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My friend's father is in his 80's. He and his wife have 2 homes, one in Florida and one in Wisconsin.
They live in both homes 6 months out of the year. The Wisconsin property is on a lake, and because of health reason's he would like to sell it. They've owned both residences for many years. Which is considered his primary residence - or can he choose? The Lake property is worth considerably more than the Florida property. He does have a Florida car license.
Thanks. Carole
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