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I will be having my taxes done soon and don't want to forget about any items that I can write off.

To keep it simple, pretty much everything associated with the property after you purchased it will be deductable - either now or over time. Bring the closing statement to your preparer along with all of your cash expenses for the property. Also figure up your car mileage for trips to the property. If you've gone too far, your preparer should ask questions and let you know.

--Peter
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