How edit values of Other Property? Only option is Delete.

I track the value of other real estate assets, but can't seem to change or edit the initial value.  No option to edit the balance/value.


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If you are referring specifically to "Real Estate" or "Primary Residence", then you should be able to click on the address to open up details.  In the details, you'll find a "Zestimate" field - type in whatever value you like, and when you first save it, it will ask you to confirm that you want to break the automated connection with Zillow so that you can adjust the value on your own.  After you save again, it will accept your data entry.  It will also give you a link to switch it back to automated adjustment via Zillow if you ever want to turn that option on again.  When it's off the Zillow Zestimate, the field name will change to "Value".

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