David Saks: October 2008

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Real Estate Math Class : Lesson 75

Marty Walker and Bob Gertz traded their properties. Walker's property was worth $142,250 and the market on Gertz's place was $173,500. The difference in the repective equities in the two properties was $20,150.70 The amount of equity that Walker had in his place was $49,012.50. Walker's equity is greater than Gertz's equity.

What was remaining loan, minus the repective equities, of the two properties ?

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 A.  93,237.50 for Walker. 144638.20 for Gertz.

First subtract the difference in the equities to get the amount of equity in the Gertz home.

49012.5 walker equity
-
20150.7 difference
=
28861.8 gertz

Next , subtract the equity Walker had in his home to get the balance of his loan.
142250 loan
-
49012.5 equity
=
93237.5 walker had in his property


173500 loan
-
28861.8 equity
=
144638.2 gertz had in his property

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