It would be nice to be able to choose "percentage of ownership" for properties, the Zestimate is useful, but I only own 50% of a property, so I have to manually adjust it

Having the property value relatively up to date using Zillow's Zestimate is great, however this only works if you own 100% of the property. I own 50% of an investment property and I need to manually adjust the value once in a while. This should be a simple fix, just add a percentage of ownership drop down. Thanks!


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Hi ajortiz,

I can understand how it would be frustrating when you only own a portion of a property that you've added to Mint. Since when you add it, it assumes you own 100% of the property. I will tag this thread as a feature request for our engineers. I apologize for any inconvenience this causes.


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