How much, if any, of the realty's value will be included in Martha's estate? In 1999, Roger gives stock valued at $100,000 to Martha. Roger and Martha are not related. In 2000, Martha uses the stock then valued at $110,000 as partial consideration to acquire realty costing $220,000. Pat (her brother) furnishes the remaining $110,000 of consideration. The realty is titled in the names of Martha and Pat as joint tenants with right of survivorship. This year, Martha dies and Pat survives. The realty is valued at $300,000 at Martha's death.