Hey all, First time poster here! I was just chasing some advice from you guys as to what you would do in my current situation. I currently have a PPOR in a small country town in North East Vic and I am planning on moving to Melbourne this year. I have also been planning on buying an Investment property very soon. If I was to sell my house here at a conservative price I would take around $110-115,000 in the pocket to put towards an Investment property. On the other hand, The rental yields here are quite good and I would have access to about $90k using LMI with my local bank. The place is only costing me around $100 p/w interest to hold with a rental appraisal at $270 p/w There is no capital growth here whatsoever but I was thinking that maybe having this property being positively geared may increase my borrowing capacity for future investments..? Is it worth holding onto this old weatherboard house or should I be cutting dead?