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Section 1250 property is an Internal Revenue Service code stating that any gain from selling a depreciable property is ordinary income, rather than a capital gain. The amount of taxes homeowners pay as ordinary income de... More »

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Section 1250 of the Internal Revenue Code governs the treatment of income gained from selling business property that has depreciated, according to Investopedia. Gains on the sale of such property are treated as ordinary ... More »

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Prior to 2013, there were only two capital-gains tax rates for assets held more than one year; however, now there are at least four, according to Forbes magazine. If a taxpayer is in the 10 to 15 percent federal income-t... More »

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Tips for finding residential land for sale in Georgia include searching on specialty land listing sites, the land section of general home sale sites and websites that list multiple types of property. Buyers can also reac... More »

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Most rental applications include a section for the names and phone numbers of each person applying to rent the property, along with spaces for employment details and past rental history. Some applications also ask for pe... More »

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Find out about building requirements in a specific county by visiting the county's website and visiting the section for construction of new property to see details about relevant codes and permits. In some cases, the sta... More »

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Find a property's lot number by visiting the website for the county in which the property exists and locating the property search tool, which may appear under a section for an assessor or tax board. Use the tool to find ... More »

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