Yes. This is a scam. I am the Realtor who has this property listed for SALE, NOT RENT. You will receive an email from the "owner" stating they are looking for a God fearing family to rent the property for 4 years while they are in Indiana. They want you to wire $800 to them, and provide your social security and drivers license numbers so they can run your credit. An unfortunate number of people have fallen for the scam, and the true owner has had to file policy reports because people show up in her back yard, stare through her windows, and actually get irritated and rude with her because the scammer is using her name, and they think she has cheated them out of their money and credit information. Thank you for recognizing that this is not a legitimate listing. Trulia did not pick up the entire Public Remarks entry off the MLS listing where it specifically states that the property is only for sale not for rent. I included that language specifically to alert anyone viewing the listing that there was a problem. Trulia apparently thought my consumer protection efforts were not worth their time.