Was it your primary house? Then you have no capital gains.
Starting in May 1997…..For a primary home, if you owned and lived in your house for 2 out of the last 5 years when you sell you can exclude the gain up to $250,000 for single or 500,000 for married from tax. You can not take a loss on your tax return. The rule about rolling over the gain to the next house went out in May 1997.
You dont have to enter it unless you got a 1099-S from the sale.
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