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My in-laws have a bit of appreciation in their house. Like from purchased in 1962 for $48,000. Value today in the vicinity of a million. He is in hospice, which we interpret to mean he will shortly be a goner. My understanding is that the house will be reappraised at today's value. MIL can sell it with no capital gains. Is this correct?

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