For example. If someone's goal is a $2M ppor and they have 3 IPs valued at $1.3M then how do they benefit from a rising market assuming the ips and ppor all have the same rate of cg? In fact in this type of scenario the goal ppor is probably going to have better CGs than the cheaper IPs as it's probably going to be closer/blue chip. This is a fairly common scenario these days as well. Investors start out. Buy a couple of cheap properties. Celebrate the market booming, but unless they want to live in something like one of (or a combined value of) those cheapies in the end then their dream property may just be slipping away. Of course if the IPs are in a different State that does relatively better than goal ppor state it might be ok. Or if you buy bmv IPs or add value e.g split etc. Asking because I realise this sort of scenario applies to me when looking at the properties that have the full page ads in the newspaper property insert.