Mint.com, the personal finance management system, already includes bank accounts, credit cards, student loans, car loans and more when providing you with a picture of your financial standing and today it will add one more to the list - your home valuation.
Mint recently replaced Quicken Online, Intuit's online finance offering. In the time since it first appeared two years ago, Mint has released apps for both Android and iPhone, bringing personal finance into the cloud and on the move. Now, the site has moved beyond just online banking and into providing its users with a complete financial picture.
"Because a home is usually a person's largest asset, it makes perfect sense for us to integrate with Zillow, to help our users track their home's Zestimate in their Mint account," said Aaron Patzer, vice president and general manager of Intuit Personal Finance Group and founder of Mint.com.