New Home not listed in Zillow

I recently bought a new construction home and it is not showing in Zillow.  The community has been around for at least a year and none of the homes in the community are showing.

How do I add my home value when Zillow does not show my home at all.  Zillow does not show any way to add it through them and there is no phone number or email address to even send to them to ask the question.


Ho charmaine.kelin,

If the property isn't available on Zillow, you still have the option to add the property on Mint, you'll just have to periodically manually update the value.

If/when it becomes available on Zillow, you can zero out the balance on the unlinked property you've added (as indicated above) and then add a new property (if you simply delete the first, you will lose any historically tracked values in Trends).

Thank you,

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