Hi and welcome to Just Answer!The cost to obtain a mortgage is deducted as a mortgage interest over the life of that mortgage. That cost generally may not be deducted in the year paid.Thus - if that is a 30-year mortgage - the cost is deducted ratably over 30 years.
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Just to be clear, even on a reverse mortgage where the taxpayer had to pay 40k upfront deposit for the loan, he can only amortize the coast over the life of the loan?
That is correct - the deposit which is not repaid back - is treated as a prepaid mortgage interest and may be deducted over the life of the mortgage.The part of the deposit which is expected to paid back is not deductible.
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