Equity Growth Chart [Plentific]

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  1. Oykun Yilmaz Oykun Yilmaz

    This chart shows the amount of equity you build up as a function of an assumed appreciation in the value of your property.

    The tooltips are changing as you move your mouse on the chart.

    You can see this with your values at https://app.plentific.com/calculators/affordability/ (under Charts tab)

    Also attached full view of this page.

    We'd love to hear your thoughts. Cheers,
    plentific.com
    https://facebook.com/plentific

    5 months ago

  2. Avinash Tripathi Avinash Tripathi

    somehow almost missed that saved!

    nice clean stuff!

    5 months ago

  3. Ali Akbar Ali Akbar

    Awesome!

    5 months ago

  4. Dhiren Adesara Dhiren Adesara

    good job !

    5 months ago

  5. Oykun Yilmaz Oykun Yilmaz

    likes

    5 months ago

  6. Cat Noone Cat Noone

    Really nice. Only thing I'd suggest is trying to add some space between the strip of information and the graph below it. I feel like there's a lot of content and my eyes have no idea where to focus first which can become overwhelming.

    Very simple and nicely done though.

    5 months ago

  7. Oykun Yilmaz Oykun Yilmaz

    @Cat Noone thanks! noted.

    5 months ago

  8. Irina Blok Irina Blok

    Very nice!

    5 months ago

  9. Luke Curé Luke Curé

    @Oykun add this to your CSS

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    .app-sidebar__toggle-button {outline: none;}

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    Just the outline going around the menu bar is a bit annoying when clicked :) great work

    5 months ago

  10. Emrah Demirag Emrah Demirag

    very good job, as usual.

    5 months ago

  11. Dan Sensecall Dan Sensecall

    This is awesome @Oykun – clear, looks great and most importantly really easy to use.

    5 months ago

  12. Harry Copeman Harry Copeman

    I love the work you've done throughout this site!

    5 months ago

  13. Oykun Yilmaz Oykun Yilmaz

    @Irina Blok @Emrah Demirag @Dan Sensecall @Zaib Ali @Harry Copeman Thanks folks, we appreciate!

    @Luke Curé Thanks Luke, gonna look into it.

    5 months ago

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