House swapping

Kreider, Sharon,
June 1990
Outlook;Summer90, Vol. 58 Issue 2, p76
Trade Publication
Presents two personal residence issues in which various provisions of California's real estate tax law are applicable. Deferral of gain in a property; Shared equity financing agreement; Situations in which interim residence provisions are applicable.


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