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Q: My dad purchased an investment property in 2006 for $150,000. He put my name as joint owner with him. His intent was for me to become the sole owner of the property after his death. He died late last year. Prior to his death, he managed the property and did everything that had to do with the property. He took all the tax benefits and tax deductions having to do with it.

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Rehobeth area - Great yard - Gazebo stays - deck under large trees in back yard - great landscaping - Huge sunroom - Age based on county tax r…

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Q: We have two combined lots that we bought in 1984 for a total cost of about $50,000. A 100-year old cottage sits on one lot and the other lot is a landscaped garden with no structures. Over the past 37 years, we have spent quite a bit of money on landscaping, fencing, a new roof, a new garage and a complete gut job to the main floor and attic of the house.

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Investment Opportunity in Cottonwood, Al. 1134 sq ft wood frame house sitting on 1+-acre across from Cottonwood High School. House not livable…

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I wish the City of Dothan would try to find ways to refund to the taxpayers some of the surplus funds. Most of that money was very hard-earned…

Q: My mother put me on the deed to a house she purchased five years ago. Recently, she has decided that she wants to sell the house to buy a smaller house in a nearby town. The house has been her primary residence for the last five years, but not mine. I live three hours away.

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Delayed purchasing behavior, a healthy housing market, and growing economy have all been attributed to the increase in tax revenues that fund local government operations and capital improvement projects for the Circle City.

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