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  • You will get taxed harder on the house that isn't your primary residence. Hopefully the tax breaks you got from saying the other place was your primary residence outweighs the extra taxes you will have to pay on the first one.
  • You only need to live there two out of five years. Without great knowledge of you financial situation I cannot say. Please consult a tax professional for further assistance.

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