They should check with an accountant as to the capital gains in 5 years. Who knows what the law will be then.
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Your capital gains are determined at the time of YOUR sale. If they later sell the property, it will be irrelevant to you. Their basis in your share will be wait they paid; their basis in their inherited shares will be DOD value. In other words, the property will have split basis calculations.
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