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Good afternoon. There will be no taxes. There is no inheritance tax. And, the basis in the property was stepped up to its fair market value at death, so when you sell it there will be no gain and thus no tax then either.
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No...you will not have tax because the basis is increased at death to its fair market value. So, since you have no gain, you have no tax. You will need to report the sale, but unless you sell the property for more than the basis, you will have no gain.