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Is the sale of residential rental property section 1250?
Last Updated: 26th February, 2020
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Likewise, people ask, is Residential Rental Property Section 1250?
Section 1250 property - depreciable real property (like residential rental buildings), including leaseholds if they are subject to depreciation.
Similarly, is there depreciation recapture on 1250 property? Gain from selling Sec 1250 property (real estate) is subject to recapture – the excess of the actual amount of depreciation previously claimed for the property over the amount of depreciation that would have been allowable under the straight-line method, limited to the gain on the sale, is taxed as ordinary income.
Similarly, you may ask, is rental property section 1245 or 1250?
If you sell Section 1245 property, you must recapture your gain as ordinary income to the extent of your earlier depreciation deductions on the asset that was sold. Section 1250 property consists of real property that is not Section 1245 property (as defined above), generally buildings and their structural components.
What is the difference between 1245 Property and 1250 property?
Segregating between the two provisions is not particularly difficult: Section 1245 assets are depreciable personal property or amortizable Section 197 intangibles; Section 1250 assets are real property, whether depreciable or not.