Now, that still doesn't mean it's completely accurate. Some agents are prone to "puffery"... (over selling the property and making it sound nicer than it is)... but Trulia is not responsible.
Is there a telephone number you can call to clarification?
Did you read in the TOU how these numbers are derived?
Aggregrate websites are great for entertainment purposes. For those who like chasing vapors, aggreate websites is the place to be. When you are ready to make a decision on home buying or selling you need reliable and accurate data. Your real estate professional can provide you FREE access to the database with the real market data you need. Don't send an email via Truila to an agent, but use the published email address in the agents profile or website or better yet, pick up the phone, you'll be glad you did.
There is a wide variety of companies that place their property on Trulia and other internet forums of this nature. It's possible that the information you are viewing is accurate but not being portrayed in a completely accurate manner. There are agencies that misrepresent "distressed" property and disclose numbers that do not represent the value/price of the home but the debt associated with it.
With this said, if you are seeing "red flags" and feel the information is too good to be true you should proceed with caution. Likely the best and safest way to access accurate information is via a local real estate professional.
Thank you for posting your question.