Allow linking Property type assets to Goals ? Very useful when Mint is unable to connect to a institution and we are forced to track those assets manually as Property.

Given that Mint is NOT going to be able to support every financial institution out there thus forcing users to track those assets manually as property, it would be great if the Goals feature allowed linking Property type assets too instead of just the plugged in accounts. The treatment should be identical to linked accounts i.e only allow the property type asset to be attached to one Goal. This would go a long way in accurately tracking Goals for such users and should be fairly simple to support.



Hi percymehta,

I understand your idea and concern here; currently Goals do need to be linked to an actual account that is connected to a bank with an online banking connection as you stated. There aren't any current plans to make changes to this, but I'll tag this post as feedback and pass the data along to our development team for future consideration.

Mint Mike

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