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Equity in Your Home: Cardone Zone

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Equity in Your Home: Cardone Zone

Equity. The difference in value and debt. There are five trillion dollars of equity in the United States right now. That’s five trillion dollars wasted. Equity is dead cash if it doesn’t produce cash flow. Learn why it makes sense to use your equity, even if renting would cost you more than a mortgage.

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