Hi i'm new to this site and new to investing. I've only recently developed an interest in and started reading about investing in properties (few weeks) and i got my hands on the Michael Yardney book "how to grow a multi-million dollar property portfolio". I understand how the whole point in building a property portfolio is to use the increasing equity to borrow against for a new property and that even though you have a large loan you also own a larger amount in assets and you use the equity to live off. But my question is when and how do you ever pay back all the money you owe the bank? He states that the point is not to own every single property you buy but then what happens when you pass away where do the loans go to? your family? He mentions that you can reduce the debt through using your super, selling a couple properties and converting to a principle and interest loan but that wouldn't pay off everything? Sorry for the long post i just would really appreciate people's view on this and if anyone has done this for themselves or is in the process of doing this it would be great to hear from you.