I have a client that bought a second home. Only used it a couple times. Bought it in 2019 and sold it in 2020. Made improvements and made a profit. He forgot to give me his mortgage interest form for 2019. Also, the property has high real estate taxes. Is there a way to make a 266 election to capitalize the mortgage interest and real estate taxes in order to include these costs on Schedule D?
I know we can amend 2019 taxes to include the mortgage interest but is already at $10,000 for taxes on the Schedule A with him primary residence.
I'm thinking no? But would like some feedback.