Nick,So at 3% inflation, your nominal home price would double every 24 years or so. On an inflation adjusted basis, it would never double. Fine point.To compensate is you can multiple the number of homes upward to compensate. In the specific example you are using (3%) then go for 3.4 properties a year.Another way it so stretch the program out 24 years as you have shown with 3%.I think you would find that homes do better then double every 24 years.More importantly is the model can be adjusted to compensate. At least that is my challenge to the other fools willing to discuss.John
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