By: Martin M. Shenkman, CPA, MBA, JD

An investor who buys and sells assets, such as real estate, so often that they are considered to be in the business of dealing in real estate. An investor who buys and sells only one or two lots or buildings every few years would not be a dealer. Dealers don't report the gain (or loss) they realize on selling property as capital gain (or loss).

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