Talk:Sweat equity

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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)


I removed an obvious advertisement that was inserted back in March. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 67.174.44.36 (talk) 20:34, 22 April 2008 (UTC)

Totally Fails to Provide A Definition[edit]

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 97.64.216.217 (talk) 13:48, 28 June 2011 (UTC) Sweat Equity

Improving This Page[edit]

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.

Kozan Huseyin (talk) 05:23, 27 November 2015 (UTC)