I have my current residence listed appropriately, so all I want to do it track my mortgage payments and the balanced owed, so I have a true sense of the equity. Can I?

I already have my real estate value appropriately listed. I don't want to add "other property" to include my home value, because then I'd be double dipping in that regard. I just want to track my mortgage payments, which are the same every month, and have a real-time understanding of my equity. Can I do this?


FYI, this is a public community board, and I'm only a community member like you.

Do you have your mortgage account connected in Mint?  If so, your property value and your mortgage balance difference will show up in your "Net Worth".  It sound like you want to see your property's specific equity as a separate figure, is that correct?  If so, that's not available.

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