The difference between capital growth and sweet equity
Capital growth is dependent on the market.
Sweet equity is dependent on you.
Capital growth is passive.
Sweet equity is active.
Capital growth happens when there is too much demand.
Sweet equity occurs when you make something more valuable than you spend.
Capital growth usually takes a few years.
Sweet equity can take months.
Capital growth can happen relatively easily.
Sweet equity can be extremely hard work.
Capital growth doesn’t usually occur when a market goes down.
Sweet equity can continue to occur in any market.