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This might not be the right area to ask, if not please send me to the right one. But I have a question about tax's and owning a house. I understand that if I own a house I can deduct the % paid on the loan.

So the question is, my sister and I purchased a house 2 years ago and she has purchased another house with her new husband about 8-9 months ago. She had to lie on the mortgage and say she was living in both houses. Because part of our loan FHA loan stated that we had to live in it for X amount of time.

But she lived in our house for 8-9 months, so can she deduct that for tax's. She is still liable for the debt, but she doesn't help me pay for the house anymore. So do I apply for all the tax deductions when it comes time to do tax's.

We purchased the house in Austin TX for 130,000.00.

Thanks for the help
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