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Since no one has actually pointed out what is being disputed here, i'll start this off. It seems to me that sweat-equity should be defined more broadly at the beginning instead of narrowing it down to home-ownership.--Oldsoul 20:47, 26 Jan 2005 (UTC)
- Agreed. It is a general term used primarily in regards to partnerships, not just real estate ownership. I will make the adjustment and remove the dispute notice. mydogategodshat 02:08, 29 Jan 2005 (UTC)
Totally Fails to Provide A Definition
According to the page, sweat equity is "a contribution" as opposed to "a financial contribution." What kind of a contribution? Uncompensated in the hope of future reward? Why is it called sweat equity? The fact that these two basic questions aren't answered renders the article useless. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 13:48, 28 June 2011 (UTC) Sweat Equity
Improving This Page
There is a lot more information that can go on this page. Currently this big topic has such a small amount of information that is condensed when it could be put into several sections and explained in a way that readers can understand. When I get more time, I will go through this but some sections, where this information applies are in D.I.Y., business, and real estate. Even working for someone in itself is sweat capital.