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If you closed on a home in 201 9 (whether it was buying, selling, or both), there is money on the closing disclosure that you can write off on your taxes.
There might be more value in your home than you even realize.
You may or may not have received a closing disclosure form in the mail from your attorney or real estate agent—be sure to find or obtain the form from one of those two sources. Take it with you to speak with your CPA and ask them what you can write off on your taxes to save you some money. You might be able to write off property taxes that were already paid, lender costs, deed stamps, and more.
There might be more value in your home than you even realize. If you have any questions about closing disclosures, home-related tax write-offs, or real estate in general, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We’d love to help you.