Equity

The part of the value of the house that belongs to you. For example: if you buy a £100,000 property and put down a 10% deposit, then you have £10,000 equity in the property. Negative Equity, on the other hand, is when the value of your property in current market value is less than your mortgage, making it hard and expensive to move. When house prices plummeted in early Nineties recession many homeowners went into negative equity. ...

Equity

The value of the property minus the mortgage loan left to pay

Equity

Assets minus liabilities.

Equity

The difference between the amount you owe on your mortgage and the current value of your property.
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Equity

an owner's financial interest in a property; calculated by subtracting the amount still owed on the mortgage loon(s)from the fair market value of the property.
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Equity

Represents ownership interest in a firm. Also the residual dollar value of a futures trading account, assuming its liquidation at the going market price.
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Equity

The value of an asset (e.g. a property) less any money owing on it (e.g. loans/mortgages).
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Equity

The ordinary shares of companies. The ownership interest in a company of holders of its common and preferred stock.
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equity

[n] - the difference between the market value of a property and the claims held against it 2. [n] - the ownership interest of shareholders in a corporation
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Equity

Equity relates to the ordinary shares of a company. Dividends paid are not guaranteed but there is also the prospect of capital appreciation The holder of equity has an interest in the residual value of the entity should it cease to trade.
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Equity

The difference between the market value of your house and the amount outstanding on your mortgage.
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Equity

The amount of money used as a deposit or the difference between the property value and the mortgage amount. Generally this product is used for the older generation.
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Equity

The difference between the amount owed on a mortgage and the current market value of the property
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Equity

The value of something, such as a house, less any money owing on it.
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Equity

Equity represents the value of ownership in a business, less the claims made against the business.  Is also expressed as net assets, from the accounting equation:
Found on http://www.franchise-uk.co.uk/franchise-glossary.htm

Equity

The risk sharing part of a company's capital, usually referred to as ordinary shares.
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Equity

is the quality of being equal, fair or even handed usually in relation to earnings/wealth
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Equity

The amount which shareholders own in a publicly quoted company. Equity is the risk-bearing part... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/equity.htm?id=479&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of equity'>more</a>
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Equity

The stake a businesses owners have in it; assets minus liabilities....more on Equity
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Equity

Common name for the British Actors' Equity Association, the UK trade union for professional actors in theatre, film, and television, founded in 1929. In the USA its full name is the American Actors'...
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equity

A company's assets, less its liabilities, which are the property of the owner or shareholders. Popularly, equities are stocks and shares which do not pay interest at fixed rates but pay dividends...
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equity

System of law supplementing the ordinary rules of law where the application of these would operate harshly in a particular case; sometimes it is regarded as an attempt to achieve `natural...
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equity

Another word for 'share'. A shareholder`s equity is the value of the shares they hold. Also, a house owner`s equity is the value of their home minus the unpaid mortgage – so negative equity occurs if the house is worth less than the outstanding loan
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Equity

The value remaining after all prior claims on an asset have been met. Hence the value of a house less the amount currently outstanding on the mortgage (known as the equity of redemption). Or the value of the shareholders' interest in a company. The system of law developed from the 16th century in the Court of Chancery alongside the Common law. The...
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Equity

the monetary value of a property after any claims, such as a mortgage, are taken away.
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