Could I benefit from Capital Returns?

Brick Owners could benefit from capital growth if the sale price of their Bricks is greater than the purchase price of those Bricks, and vice versa for a capital loss.

For Example: If John buys a Brick for $100 and decides to sell it 5 years later at the current market price of $135 his capital return would be $35. John’s capital return is the difference between the price he bought the Brick and the price he sold the Brick for. At the same time the price of the Brick over this period could have decreased and John would be at a capital loss.

 Capital Returns = (Current Brick Price – Brick Purchase Price) - Fees

The value of properties can will be influenced by a number of factors. 

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