Adding in partnerships to Real Estate and or Banking and or Investments [Feature Request]

I am involved in a lot of partnerships where I own like 35% of a piece of real estate and there is a LLC that has the banking for it.  I would like to be able to display only a percentage of the dollar amount for both the account and the real estate and the loan.

For example if the checking account had $10,000 in it then in Mint it would be $3,500

For example if the property was worth $500,000 then in Mint it would be $175,000

This could be done very easily during the setup if there was a box to check for Partnership / % Ownership and then a dialogue box where the exact percentage was filled in.  

Then it would just have a little symbol or something indicating you are not the full owner or a percentage owner.

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