Pass Thru 20% question

I am not clear on the new 20% pass thru taxes
What if we (husband and I) have some commercial property which I believe qualifies for QBI and we have a personal service biz which does not qualify for as QBI.
Lets say the QBI income and non QBI income are 50/50
And let's say our combined income is over the $415,000 threshold.
What is our situation in this case? Do we get the 20% deduction on the QBI?
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On 4/13/19 5:06 PM, Mandy wrote:

Here is my understanding: I am going to assume that you own commercial property that you rent. I am also going to assume that you are not paying anyone wages. As such, the steps are as follows: 1. Show that you meet the safe harbor for rental property identified in IRS Notice 2019-07 and you therefore have a qualified business. 2. Failing the safe harbor, show that your rental business rises to the level of being a Sec. 162 trade or business. 3. Assuming you get by 1 or 2, your 20% QBID would be limited to 2.5% of the acquisition cost (not counting land) of the commercial property.
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