equity

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} tic. özsermaye
net değer
(Ticaret) özsermaye
(Ticaret) net varlık
hak
(Ticaret) bir malın net değeri
dürüstlük
adalet
(hukuk) resmi kanunlara ilave edilen adalet üzerine kurulmuş kurullar ve evvelki emsal
(ticaret) borç ve ipotekten sonra firma ve sahibinin hakkı
eşitlik
(hukuk) davalı ve davacı arasında eşitlik ve denkserlik namına verilen karar
{i} muh. net varlık
{i} öz kaynak
borç ve ipotekten sonra firma ve sah
resmi kanunlara ilave edilen adalet üzerine kurulmuş kurullar ve evvelki emsal
{i} aktörler birliği [brit.]
{i} eşitlikçilik
denkserlik
(Askeri) YASAL PARA KAYNAĞI
insaf
davalı ve davacı arasında eşitlik ve denkserlik namına verilen karar
(Ticaret) kaynak
(Hukuk) hakkaniyet
tarafsızlık
aktörler birliği
(Hukuk) hakçalık ilkesi
equity trader
Hisse alıp satan kişi
equity analyst
(Ticaret) hisse senedi analisti
equity ceiling
(Ticaret) sermaye tavanı
equity claims
(Ticaret) mülkiyet belgelen
equity compensation plans
(Ticaret) özkaynak tazmin planları
equity component
(Ticaret) özkaynak kalemi
equity component
(Ticaret) özkaynak bölümü
equity funds
(Ticaret) öz sermaye fonları
equity house
(Ticaret) aracı kurum
equity index
(Ticaret) özkaynak endeksi
equity instrument
(Ticaret) özkaynak aracı
equity method
(Ticaret) özkaynak yöntemi
equity ratio
(Ticaret) özvarlık oranı
equity ration
(Ticaret) aktifin pasife oranı
equity receiver
(Ticaret) kayyum
equity securities
(Ticaret) özkaynak senetleri
equity theory
(Ticaret) hakkaniyet teorisi
equity theory
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) adillik teorisi
equity theory
eşitlik teorisi
equity turnover
(Ticaret) sermayenin dönüşüm oranı
equity upside agreement
(Ticaret) değer artışı sözleşmesi
equity capital
öz kaynak
equity capital
öz sermaye
equity market
hisse senetleri piyasası
equity of a company
öz sermaye
equity of taxation
vergi adaleti
equity receiver
tasfiye memuru
equity base
eşitlik temel
equity cushion
kredi veren kuruluşun, kredi alanda bulunmasını şart koştuğu mal varlığı
equity financing
(Finans) Özkaynak finansmanı
equity premium
özsermaye kar payı
equity stake
Ortaklık payı
equity accounts
(Askeri) (OWNERSHIP) TASARRUF HESAPLARI, MÜLKİYET HESAPLARI: Bir kuvvet komutanlığının malı olup bir başka kuvvet tarafından depolanan, dağıtılan ve hesabı tutulan malzeme stokları
equity accounts
(Askeri) tasarruf hesapları
equity accounts
(Askeri) mülkiyet hesapları
equity financing
(Ticaret) hisse senedi finansmanı
equity financing
(Ticaret) özsermaye finansmanı
equity participation
(Ticaret) işletmeye ortaklık
equity security
faiz getirmeyen hisse senetleri
equities
hisse senet
equities
(Ticaret) öz kaynaklar
equities
(Ticaret) hisse senetleri
equities
(Ticaret) hisse senedi
equity capital
(Ticaret) öz varlık
owner's equity
(Ticaret) özsermaye
owners' equity
(Ticaret) özkaynak
owners’ equity
(Politika, Siyaset) özsermaye
owners’ equity
(Politika, Siyaset) özkaynak
owner’s equity
(Ticaret) özkaynak
private equity
(Ticaret) özel sermaye şirketi
return on equity
(Ticaret) özvarlık verimliliği
social equity
sosyal eşitlik
brand equity
marka değeri
changes in equity
net varlıktaki değişiklikler
cost of equity
özsermaye maliyeti
debt equity ratio
borç özkaynak oranı
debt-to-equity ratio
borç-to-öz sermaye oranını
home equity loan
(Finans) Bir ev teminat gösterilerek kullandırılan kredi

If the payments are too high for a mortgage, the buyer can also take out a home equity loan to get more cash to settle his outstanding debts.

in equity
özkaynaklarda
owners equity
sahiplerinin hisse
private equity
özel sermaye
private equity fund
Özel (öz)sermaye fonu
private-equity
özel sermaye
shareholders equity
Hissedar Payı
stockholder's equity
özsermaye
sweat equity
ter eşitlik
creditors' equity
(Ticaret) toplam ticari borç
equity capital
özkaynak
initial equity
(Ticaret) başlangıç portföy değeri
quasi equity
(Ticaret) yarı özsermaye
quasi equity capital
(Ticaret) özsermaye benzeri fonlar
shareholder’s equity
(Ticaret) özkaynaklar
shareholder’s equity
(Ticaret) hissedarlar özsermayesi
trading on equity
(Ticaret) borçtan yararlanma
Englisch - Englisch
The value of property minus liens or other encumbrances
a legal tradition that deals with remedies other than monetary relief, such as injunctions, divorces and similar actions
the ownership interest in a company as determined by subtracting liabilities from assets
ownership, especially in terms of net monetary value of some business
justice, impartiality and fairness
fairness or impartiality
{n} justice, right, honesty
conformity with rules or standards; "the judge recognized the fairness of my claim"
The difference between the market value of the property and the homeowner's outstanding mortgage balance
In finance, your equity is the sum of your assets, for example the value of your house, once your debts have been subtracted from it. To capture his equity, Murphy must either sell or refinance. a Personal Equity Plan. see also negative equity
The value of the property actually owned by the property owner, often calculated by adding together the purchase price, appreciation and value of improvements and then subtracting the amount of all mortgages and liens on the property
A homeowner's financial interest in a property Equity is the difference between the fair market value of a property and the amount still owed on the mortgage
The difference between the current market value of a property and the total debt obligations against the property On a new mortgage loan, the down payment represents the equity in the property
The owner's interest It is your interest in the property after all loans have been subtracted from the market value of the property When you have paid off your mortgage, your equity in the property will be 100%
A homeowner's financial interest in a property Equity is the difference between the fair market value of the property and the amount still owed on its mortgage
The difference between the current value of the property and the balance due on your mortgage
The difference between the current value of the property and the amount of outstanding debt secured by the property
Ownership Ownership interest in a corporation in the form of common stock or preferred stock Total assets minus total liabilities; here also called shareholder's equity or net worth or book value The value of a property minus the owner's outstanding mortgage balance Fairness in law
The value of a property owner's interest in a property after deducting the amount of all liens (including loans) outstanding against the property from the fair market value Equity increases as the mortgage is paid off and as the property appreciates in value When the mortgage and all other liens against the property are paid in full, the homeowner has 100% equity in his property
the ownership interest of shareholders in a corporation the difference between the market value of a property and the claims held against it
The difference between the market value of a property and the home owner's outstanding mortgage balance
1 A homeowner's financial interest in a property Equity is the difference between the fair market value of the property and the amount still owed on its mortgage 2 The actual cash value of property after all claims against the property have been paid
{i} honesty, fairness, justice; (Economics) ownership of shareholders in a company
The difference between the current market value of a property and the principal balance of all outstanding loans
The difference between the current market value of a property and the claims--such as the unpaid portion of a mortgage--that exist against it
The value of a property beyond any liens against it Also referred to as owner's interest
An equitable claim; an equity of redemption; as, an equity to a settlement, or wife's equity, etc
The amount of financial interest in a property Equity is the difference between the fair market value of the property and the amount still owed on the mortgage
A system of jurisprudence, supplemental to law, properly so called, and complemental of it
The difference, in dollars, between the market value of a property and the principal owing on debts secured against the property The amount of money the owner will be able to keep from a sale transaction once the mortgages are paid out Also known as "owner's interest"
Equity is the quality of being fair and reasonable in a way that gives equal treatment to everyone. We base this call on grounds of social justice and equity. Finance and accounting concept. Equity represents any of three separate but related values: the money value of a property or of an interest in a property in excess of claims or liens against it; a risk interest or ownership right in property; and the common stock of a corporation. In corporate finance, a basic equation holds that a company's total assets minus total liabilities equals total owners' equity. Justice according to fairness, especially as distinguished from mechanical application of rules under common (Hukuk) Courts of equity (also called chancery courts) arose in England in the 14th century in response to the increasingly strict rules of proof and other requirements of the courts of (Hukuk) Equity provided remedies not available under the old writ system. Often these remedies involved something other than damages, such as specific performance of contractual obligations, enforcement of a trust, restitution of goods wrongfully acquired, imposition of an injunction, or the correction and cancellation of false or misleading documents. The equity courts eventually established their own precedents, rules, and doctrines and began to rival the law courts in power. The two systems were united in 1873. Courts of equity also developed early in U.S. history, but by the early 20th century most jurisdictions had combined them with courts of law into a single system. Modern courts apply both legal and equitable principles and offer both legal and equitable relief
the ownership interest of shareholders in a corporation
The difference between the appraised value of your home and the outstanding mortgage balance(s) against your home
The difference between the appraised value of a property and the balance of a first mortgage and any other outstanding liens on the property
The difference between the market value of property and the homeowner's indebtedness (mortgage)
Equality of rights; natural justice or right; the giving, or desiring to give, to each man his due, according to reason, and the law of God to man; fairness in determination of conflicting claims; impartiality
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
A homeowner’s financial interest in a property Equity is the difference between the fair market value of a property and the amount still owed on the mortgage
the difference between the market value of a property and the claims held against it
The interest the owner holds in a property over and above all claims to the property It is usually the difference between any outstanding mortgages and the market value of the property
The difference between the market value and the mortgage debt against the property Also referred to as the owner's interest
equity financing
(Finans) The act of raising money for company activities by selling common or preferred stock to individual or institutional investors. In return for the money paid, shareholders receive ownership interests in the corporation
equity share
(Ekonomi) Equity shares are those shares which are ordinary in the course of company's business. They are also called as ordinary shares. These share holders do not enjoy preference regarding payment of dividend and repayment of capital.Equity shareholders are paid dividend out of the profits made by a company. Higher the profits, higher will be the dividend and lower the profits, lower will be the dividend
equity capital
Evidence of ownership position in a firm, in the form of shares of common stock
equity capital
stockholder's or owner's investments in a company
equity capital
is the foreign direct investor's purchase of shares of an enterprise in a country other than its own
equity capital
funds provided by the owner to finance the business
equity capital
(Economics) total financial means of a company (such as paid stocks, profits, capital funds, etc.)
equity capital
(p 593) Money raised from within the firm or through the sale of ownership in the firm
equity capital
capital, such as shares (or stock), supplied to a firm by its owners(shareholders); the returns received by the owners are not guaranteed but depend on how well the firm does
equity capital
Money furnished by owners of the business
equity capital
Raising money from within your company or by selling part of the interest in the business
equity capital
capital, such as shares (or stock), supplied to a firm by shareholders; the returns received by the shareholders are not guaranteed but depend on how well the firm does
equity capital
the ordinary shares of a public or private limited company
equity capital
The sum of capital from retained earnings and the issuance of stocks
equity capital
funds invested in a business by its owner(s)
equity capital
Capital raised from owners In a commercial real estate case, a lender will also provide equity capital for a percentage of ownership
equity capital
Funds raised from selling shares in the firm
equity capital
Money that is raised for the business through the sale of stock or invested by the owners
equity capital
The long-term funds provided by the firm's owners, the stockholders (Chapter 7)
equity capital
Investments in the form of ownership titles, usually shares of capital stock, as distinguished from investments in loans, bonds or other forms of debt which represent claims which must be met and fully satisfied before any claims, dividends or other distributions to the owners or shareholders
equity fund
– A mutual fund whose portfolio consists primarily of common stocks
equity fund
A mutual fund that invests primarily in equities - that is, shares of corporations and companies sold on the stock market The objective of an equity fund usually is long-term growth through capital appreciation However, some income may be earned from dividends, and some interest could be earned when the fund is not fully invested in stocks
equity fund
An investment fund invested exclusively or mainly in equities
equity fund
A mutual fund that invests mainly in common stock
equity fund
A fund whose investments are in common stock Equity fund objectives may include capital appreciation, growth, and income
equity fund
A mutual fund whose portfolio consists primarily of common stocks or related securities Equity funds may be focused on one sector of the market, like small-sized companies or blue-chip stocks, and may be managed in a variety of ways, from conservative to very aggressive
equity fund
A mutual fund that invests the majority of its assets in stocks
equity fund
Also called a stock fund A mutual fund that invests primarily in common stocks — that is, shares of corporations and companies sold on the stock market The objective of an equity fund usually is growth through capital appreciation However, some income may be earned from dividends, and interest may be earned when the fund is not fully invested in stocks but some money in money markets or other short-term instruments that pay interest Berger offers 11 equity funds
equity fund
This mutual fund invests primarily in stocks The fund's goal is to make money from increases in the prices of the stocks that it holds An equity growth fund invests primarily in growth stocks
equity fund
A mutual fund that invests primarily in stocks The value of a share in the fund will vary depending upon the performance of the stocks within the portfolio
equity fund
A mutual fund whose portfolio consists primarily of common stocks
equity fund
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equity fund
A unit trust that invests in local and/or overseas stocks The objective is primarily to seek capital growth
equity fund
A mutual fund which invest primarily in stocks, usually common stocks
equity fund
A mutual fund, which invests primarily in equities, usually common stocks
equity funds
A mutual fund that tends to be made up of stocks of companies that present potential for superior growth These funds tend to offer greater return potential than growth and income funds, but are typically more risky
equity funds
Equity funds invest primarily in equity securities, or stock, of selected companies Quite simply, stock is an ownership share or shares of a corporation, which generally allows the owner or shareholder specific rights, such as voting and dividends
equity funds
Mutual Funds that invest primarily in common shares The objective of an equity fund is usually long term growth through capital appreciation Some income may be earned from dividends, and interest could be earned when the fund is not fully invested in stocks
equity loan
A loan based on the borrower's equity in their home
equity loan
A loan against the equity in the property
equity loan
The most common equity loan is a Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC) This is often an alternative to obtaining a 2nd mortgage Some differences are (1) The interest is revolving, like a credit card, (2) a minimum monthly payment, as opposed to an amortized payment, and (3) It allows a borrower to pay down the balance, and continue to draw from it for a predetermined "draw period" which is usually 5 to 10 years
equity loan
a loan secured by the part of the value of an asset (usually house) which you own
equity loan
a loan usually secured by the proportion of the value of your house which you own
equity loan
(temporary) Occurs prior to the employee accepting a third party company guaranteed buyout offer This is a loan designed to provide a transferee the necessary funds to purchase a new home while still marketing the old home
equity loan
A loan based on the borrower's equity in his or her home
equity loan
Offer of an ownership position to induce the loan or can be a note that has an option to convert from debt to equity
equity loan
A loan a homeowner takes against the accumulated equity in his or her home using the property to secure the debt Also, a variation on a second mortgage An equity loan may be structured as a line of credit the homeowner can access with a check or credit card
equity loan
A loan made, generally as a second mortgage, based on and secured by an owner’s equity in real property
equity loan
A long-term loan secured by residential property where the funds are used to purchase another residential property
equity loan
An installment loan for a fixed dollar amount which allows you to borrow against the equity you have in your home that you already own Interest payments on home equity loans may be tax deductible Consult your tax advisor concerning the deductibility of interest
equity loan
A loan based on the borrower’s equity in the home
equity loan
A loan based on the borrower’s equity in his or her home
equity loan
A loan to a home owner secured against the equity the owner enjoys in the property
equity loan
A loan based on the borrower's equity in his/her home
equity market
Related: Stock market
equity market
Equity market, or stock market, is a general term used to describe all forms of stock trade Trading can take place on a physical market (between traders on the famous stock exchanges throughout the world) or electronically (between physically separated traders via telephone and computer networks) The stock market in Germany consists of official trade, unofficial trade, free trade, and since the beginning of 1997, the Neuer Markt
equity market
Related: Stock market
equity method
Method of accounting for investments in marketable equity securities; is required when the investor owns 20 percent to 50 percent of the investee company The amount of investments carried under the equity method represents a measure of the book value of the investee rather than the cost or market value of the investment security (See p 385)
equity method
Valuation method for holdings in companies whose business policy can be significantly influenced (associated companies) and where the pro rata share of the company's net income/loss for the year is reflected in the book value of the holding For distributions the value is reduced by the pro rata amount
equity method
Mise en équivalence
equity method
An accounting method that companies use to represent their ownership in companies in which they have significant influence This is usually true when the percentage of ownership is between 20% and 50% In addition, this method is often used in parent-only statements to account for the investment in a subsidiary In the latter case, the account will be eliminated on the consolidating working papers at the end of the year when consolidated financial statements are prepared
equity method
an accounting method used for long-term investments when the investor has significant influence over the investee (p 695)
equity of redemption
The right to regain title to mortgaged land upon repayment of the debt
equity of redemption
the right of an owner to redeem property securing a loan that has been accelerated prior to fore- closure
equity of redemption
Not the same as the redemption period after a foreclosure sale, which is a right established by statute Properly, the right to pay off the mortgage lien in default by payment of the principal, interest and costs due
equity of redemption
The right of the mortgagor to reclaim clear title to the property upon full repayment of the debt
equity of redemption
The right of a party in default to pay back payments owed on principal, interest and costs
equity of redemption
The right to redeem property during the foreclosure period, such as a mortgagor's right to redeem within a year after foreclosure sale
equity of redemption
The right of the mortgagor to reclaim clear title to the real property upon full repayment of the debt
equity of redemption
The right to redeem property during the foreclosure period such as a mortgagor's right to redeem prior to foreclosure
equity of redemption
The right of one who has mortgaged property to redeem that property upon payment of the sum due within a reasonable amount of time after the due date
equity of redemption
Right of original owner to reclaim property sold through foreclosure proceedings on a mortgage, by payment of debt, interest and costs
equity of redemption
The right of a mortgagor to redeem his property after the mortgage is past due
equity of redemption
The right to redeem property during the foreclosure period
equity of redemption
The right a borrower has to pay out in full a mortgage against a property that has gone into foreclosure or power of sale proceedings, thus redeeming the property
court of equity
A court empowered to provide only equitable relief, but not to make rulings on questions of law, nor to award monetary damages
courts of equity
plural form of court of equity
guaranteed equity bond
A type of investment that returns a fixed portion of the principal plus the result of equity trading with the balance
home equity
The monetary value of a home less the value of any encumbrances, such as liens or mortgages
negative equity
The amount by which the market value of a property falls below the amount of the mortgage secured upon it
negative equity
The situation in which a property is worth less than its mortgage
ownership equity
The remaining interest in all assets after all liabilities are paid
brand equity
(Pazarlama) The net worth and long-term sustainability just from the renowned name
home equity loan
(Finans) A loan or credit line that is secured by the equity the borrower has in a home
owners equity
Interest of the owners in the assets of the business represented by capital contributions and retained earnings
private equity
Investment made in a company, usually a small one, whose shares are not bought and sold by the public
private equity fund
A private equity fund is a collective investment scheme used for making investments in various equity (and to a lesser extent debt) securities according to one of the investment strategies associated with private equity
shareholder's equity
Shareholders' equity is ownership equity spread out among shareholders whose class of share may have special rights attached to it. If all shareholders are in one and the same class, they share equally in ownership equity from all perspectives
Brand Equity Protection
(Reklam) Is the implementation of strategies to reduce risk and liability from the effects attributable to counterfeiting, diversion, tampering and theft so that the differentiating thoughts and feelings about the brand are maintained and remain valued and valuable
brand equity
includes discussion of creating measurable value for a brand name, often referred to as superbrands or power brands; also includes the measures of such value which includes rankings of most valuable brands, Return on Investment (ROI) for advertising spending or Brand awareness
brand equity
The sum of all distinguishing qualities of a brand, drawn from all relevant stakeholders, that results in personal commitment to and demand for the brand; these differentiating thoughts and feelings make the brand valued and valuable
brand equity
The level of awareness and consumer goodwill generated by a company's brands and/or products
brand equity
The value - both tangible and intangible that a brand adds to a product/service
brand equity
The marketing and financial value associated with a brand's strength in a market p 272
brand equity
The consumer's ability to positively recall a brand (product or service) in either aided or unaided market research
brand equity
Assets and liabilities linked to a brand that add to or subtract from its value
brand equity
The added value a brand name identity brings to a product or service beyond the functional benefits provided
brand equity
A set of assets (and liabilities) linked to a brand name and symbol that adds to (or detracts from) the value provided by a product or service to a firm and/or that firm's clients
brand equity
the concept wherein the brand is considered an asset insofar as it can be sold or bought for a price A powerful brand is said to have high brand equity
brand equity
Consumers' total assessment of a product, the company, and other variables that either adds to or subtracts from a brand's value
brand equity
The use of a respected brand name to add value to a product
brand equity
The accrued value of a brand, developed over a period of time, that creates a positive brand image, drives demand, and modifies client attitudes toward the brand
brand equity
The value of a brand, based on the extent to which it has high brand loyalty, name awareness, perceived quality, strong brand associations, and other assets such as patents, trademarks, and channel relationships
brand equity
(p 437) The combination of factors such as awareness, loyalty, perceived quality, images, and emotions people associate with a given brand name
brand equity
Represents the value customers (and the stock markets) place on the sum of the history the customer has had with a brand
brand equity
The combination of factors (such as awareness, loyalty, perceived quality, images, and emotion) that people associate with a given brand name
brand equity
the value of a brand's overall strength in the market
brand equity
The dollar value of a brand High brand equity suggests opportunity for line extensions that capitalize on the brand strength
cash equity
Amount, in cash, invested in property
cost of equity
The required rate of return for an investment of 100% equity
cost of equity
The theoretical return required by shareholders who have invested in the company It is derived from a stock market rate of return with a risk factor adjustment
cost of equity
the minimum rate of return a firm must offer owners to compensate for waiting for their returns, and for bearing risk
creditors` equity
sum total of a business' debts to outside creditors
debt-equity ratio
financial leverage of a business' long term loans in relation to its equity serving as a measure of long term financial stability (Accounting)
equities
Financial rights to the assets of any business
equities
Ownership interests possessed by shareholders in a corporation - stock as opposed to bonds
equities
The stock, or ownership of shareholders in a company
equities
Investments in which the investors obtain a portion of ownership Real estate and common stocks represent equity instruments Usually, their chief benefit is potential growth in value
equities
Another word for stocks and shares
equities
plural of equity
equities
Refers to stocks secured by ownership in a company
equities
This refers to ownership of property, usually in the form of common stocks, as distinguished from fixed income bearing securities such as bonds or mortgages
equities
Shares of stock in a company Because they represent a proportional share in the business, they are "equitable claims" on the business itself
equities
Another way of referring to common shares or stocks An equity mutual fund, for example, is one that invests entirely in such shares
equities
Equities are shares in a company that are owned by people who have a right to vote at the company's meetings and to receive part of the company's profits after the holders of preference shares have been paid. Investors have poured money into US equities. see also preference shares = ordinary shares
equities
The term "Equities" is generally used interchangeably with the term "Stocks"
equities
Investments in which the investors obtain a portion of ownership Real estate and common stocks represent equity instruments Usually their chief benefit is potential growth in value
equities
Often referred to as 'stocks', equities represent an ownership interest in a corporation Equities historically have provided investors with the higher rates of return, or growth, of their money Over short periods of time, however, equities may display more volatility, with a higher potential rate of return
equities
A concept that comes from "equitable claims " Equities are essentially shares of stock Because they represent a proportional share in the business, they are equitable claims on the business itself
equities
Types of securities that represent ownership in a corporation Stocks are equities
equities
Shares representing part of the equity or ownership of a company
equities
Claims to share in the net income and assets of a corporation (such as common stock) 18
equities
Shares in a company
equities
In sharemarket terminology, this refers to shares and represents part- ownership of a company From a business perspective, this represents the total interests of parties in the assests of the business
home equity loan
A mortgage on the borrower's principal residence, usually for the purpose of making home improvements or debt consolidation This is a closed-end loan repayable in accordance with a fixed schedule
home equity loan
a loan that is guaranteed by your home There are two types of home equity loans: the standard home equity loan and a home equity line of credit In a standard home equity loan, a specified amount of money is loaned in a lump sum for a specified period of time A standard home equity loan is also called a term loan, a closed-end loan or a second mortgage installment loan
home equity loan
A loan secured by the equity in a home These loans can be used for home improvements, debt consolidation and other major purchases or expenses Interest paid on the loan may be tax deductible (please consult a tax advisor) See home equity line of credit Home equity line of credit (HELOC) - A line of credit secured by the equity in a home Upon approval, the borrower can usually tap the credit line by writing line of credit checks or getting an advance These loans can be used for home improvements, debt consolidation and other major purchases and expenses Interest paid on the loan may be tax deductible (please consult a tax advisor) See home equity loan Hyperlink/hypertext - A word, phrase or graphic on the Internet that is connected to additional text and graphics When you click on the word or graphic, the additional information appears on your screen Words that are hyperlinked may be underlined or in a different color than the rest of the text
home equity loan
A mortgage on the borrower's principal residence, usually for the purpose of making home improvements or debt consolidation
home equity loan
A fixed or adjustable rate loan obtained for a variety of purposes, secured by the equity in your home Interest paid is usually tax -deductible Often used for home improvement or freeing of equity for investment in other real estate or investment Recommended by many to replace or substitute for consumer loans whose interest is not tax-deductible, such as auto or boat loans, credit card debt, medical debt, and education loans
home equity loan
A fixed- or variable-rate loan, secured by a mortgage lien, that allows a homeowner to borrow against equity in their house to pay for repairs or other home improvements, refinance other debt or use for other purposes
home equity loan
a fixed or adjustable rate loan obtained for a variety of purposes, secured by the equity in your home Interest paid is usually tax-deductible Often used for home improvement or freeing of equity investment in other real estate or investment
home equity loan
This is considered a second mortgage It is a lien against the property The transferee can borrow money from this account up to the maximum line of credit There is usually a minimum payment, but the loan can be paid at any time Usually, AECC pays off this loan upon the calculation of the transferee's equity
home equity loan
Technical jargon for a type of second mortgage that allows you to borrow against the equity in your house If used wisely, a home equity loan can help people pay off high-interest, non-tax-deductible consumer debt or meet other short-term needs, such as payments on a remodeling project
home equity loan
A loan in real estate property that is used to secure or guarantee the amount borrowed Sometimes referred to as a second mortgage or borrowing against your home The loan allows you to tap into your home's built-up equity, which is the difference between the amount your home could be sold for, and any claims held against it
home equity loan
A home equity loan gives you a revolving line of credit secured by the value of your house This allows you to use the funds for any other purpose such as the purchase of a second property, or shares or other investments The interest rate is generally higher than a standard variable rate These accounts are not suitable for everyone
home equity loan
home loan: a loan secured by equity value in the borrower's home
home equity loan
a loan secured by a second deed of trust on a house, typically used as a home improvement loan
home equity loan
Sometimes referred to as a second mortgage or borrowing against your home The loan allows you to tap into your home's built-up equity, which is the difference between the amount your home could be sold for, and the amount that you still owe Homeowners often use a home-equity loan for home improvements, to pay for a new car, or to finance their child's college education A home-equity loan is a good way to borrow money for two main reasons: 1 ) the interest rate is usually one of the lowest loan rates a borrower can get and 2 ) the interest you pay on the loan is usually tax-deductible But taking out a home-equity loan also means the lender can take possession of the home if the loan isn't repaid
home equity loan
A loan secured by a second mortgage on a person's home and characterized by an open line of credit based on the homeowner's equity As a result of the Tax Reform Act of 1986, consumer interest on credit cards, automobile loans, and similar purchases is not deductible when itemizing deductions for federal income tax purposes However, the interest paid on a home equity loan is fully deductible as long as certain guidelines are met, namely that the amount borrowed must be used for home improvements, medical expenses, or education Thus, home equity loans have become very popular in recent years Adding to the popularity is the ease within which such a loan can be made Most lenders will establish a line of credit to the homeowner up to a total loan-to-value ratio of 75 or 80 percent
home equity loan
– Type of loan that is secured by a mortgage on the borrowers home Typically it is a second mortgage It can be fixed rate loan or an adjustable rate credit line
home equity loan
A loan based on the accumulated equity in the property Can be either a lump sum or an equity line of credit, and is usually a junior mortgage
home equity loan
A home equity loan is a line of credit secured by your home Also called an "equity loan" or a "second mortgage," the Bank gives you the line of credit and places a second mortgage loan on your home until the debt is paid off Once the debt is paid off, you can apply again for something else
home equity loan
A mortgage on the borrower’s principal residence, usually for the purpose of making home improvements or debt consolidation This is closed-end loan repayable in accordance with a fixed schedule
home equity loan
A loan product that is secured against a the value of a home (real estate) Most home equity loans are tax deductible
home equity loan
A loan in which the owner of a property borrows against any remaining equity in the property
home equity loan
Usually a line of credit, also usually a second mortgage from which the borrower can take and replace funds up to a maximum amount as desired Some home equity loans will go as high as 125% of the appraised value of the property
home equity loan
A fixed or adjustable rate loan amortized over a specified term, secured by the equity in your home Interest paid may be tax – deductible, (consult your tax advisor) Often used for home improvements, investment in other real estate, debt consolidation, auto or boat loans, credit card debt, medical debt, and education loans
home equity loan
This is a loan against the portion of a home's appraised value on which you do not owe money - basically the value of a home, minus the current balance of any mortgage loan on the property There are primarily two kinds of home equity loans A Home Equity Line of Credit allows you to borrow money, pay it back, and borrow it again as with a credit card account The interest rate can change during the loan A Home Equity Installment Loan typically is for a pre-set length of time at a fixed interest rate
horizontal equity
principle that people of a similar economic status should be taxed equally (Economics)
law of equity
regulations that complement accepted laws
maxims of Equity
fundamental principles of an equity system
negative equity
If someone who has borrowed money to buy a house or flat has negative equity, the amount of money they owe is greater than the present value of their home. a situation in which someone owes more money on a mortgage (=arrangement to borrow money to pay for a house) than they would receive if they sold their house
pay equity
Comparable worth
private equity
Equity capital investments in privately held, non-quoted companies Topic areas: Fundraising and Financial Sustainability
private equity
A private placement equity investment, such as a limited partnership, restructuring and direct investment
private equity
The opposite of public equity: a shareholding in an established private -- non-publicly quoted -- company
private equity
Private Equity mainly involves investment in unlisted companies Funds can be used to expand or develop the businesses With appropriate care and thorough research, this can provide high returns However there is a correspondingly higher level of risk
private equity
Stock in privately held companies Private equity investments are not subject to the same high level of government regulation as stock offerings to the general public Private equity is also far less liquid than publicly traded stock
private equity
1 Equity capital provided by venture capitalists, angel investors, family and friends, management buyout firms, and other non-public market sources of funds 2 Money invested in a private company
private equity
Equity securities of companies that have not "gone public" (are not listed on a public exchange) Private equities are generally illiquid and thought of as a long-term investment As they are not listed on an exchange, any investor wishing to sell securities in private companies must find a buyer in the absence of a marketplace In addition, there are many transfer restrictions on private securities Investors in private securities generally receive their return through one of three ways: an initial public offering, a sale or merger, or a recapitalization
private equity
Private equities are equity securities of companies that have not “gone public” (in other words, companies that have not listed their stock on a public exchange) Private equities are generally illiquid and thought of as a long-term investment As they are not listed on an exchange, any investor wishing to sell securities in private companies must find a buyer in the absence of a marketplace In addition, there are many transfer restrictions on private securities Investors in private securities generally receive their return through one of three ways: an initial public offering, a sale or merger, or a recapitalization (See Acquisition, Initial Public Offering and Recapitalization)
private equity
Ventures Economics uses the term to describe the universe of all venture investing, buyout investing and mezzanine investing Fund of fund investing and secondaries are also included in this broadest term VE is not using the term to include angel investors or business angels, real estate investments or other investing scenarios outside of the public market
private equity
Private equities are equity securities of companies that have not "gone public" (in other words, companies that have not listed their stock on a public exchange) Private Equities are not listed on an exchange, any investor wishing to sell securities in private companies must find a buyer in the absence of a marketplace In addition, there are many transfer restrictions on private securities Investors in private securities generally receive their return through one of three ways: an initial public offering, a sale or merger, or a recapitalization
private equity
Equity capital invested in private companies Typically, references to private equity encompasses both early stage (venture) and later stage (buyouts) investing
return on equity
(Ticaret) (ROE) The ratio of net income divided by net worth (equity) that indicates the highest-level indicator of company success
return on equity
Abbreviated ROE Calculated by dividing a company's annual income by its Book Value (or its earnings per share by book value per share), displayed as a percentage A measure of a company's profitability
return on equity
Amount of earnings a company generates from its reinvested earnings; net income divided by stockholders' equity, expressed as a percentage
return on equity
(Economics) percentage of profits that were obtained from investment in a company's shares over a given period of time (measure the efficiency of the use of funds from shares)
return on equity
(net income divided by shareholders' equity) a measure of the net income that a firm is able to earn as a percent of stockholders' investment
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