Mortgage in Madrid? No Problemo

Geer, Carolyn T.
October 1999
Fortune;10/11/1999, Vol. 140 Issue 7, p360
Answers questions on taxation of real estate. Whether foreign home mortgages are tax-deductible on US tax returns; Taxes on sale of the land; Mortgages on a second home.


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