Good afternoon and thank you for posing your question regarding the sale of your home. My name is Alexander; I'm an EA and am happy to assist you with this issue.
As long as the following is true, you will be able to exclude $250,000 of capital gain income from your taxable income, under IRC Sec. 121:
1. The house was your principal residence for at least two of the past five years,
2. You did not rent the house out to others (it doesn't sound like you did, but if you rented it out, there may be some recapture of depreciation), and
3. You haven't used the exclusion in the past two years.
Given the information you've provided, you should be able to exclude any gain (appears to be about $100,000) from taxation.
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