(Not sure how else to respond to a response). Kevin, I see that my annoyance caused me not to make my points clear. This is not, remotely, a $75,000 home. The lot is a $75,000 lot, conceivably. The "depreciated replacement cost" on a recent professional appraisal is down to $510,000. My point was that Trulia appears not to have picked up on the existence of a house, at all, suggesting the whole property is a $75,000 property. There are further nonsensical data for average list price, which is about double average sales price, (for the much smaller and older homes in the area) and, in Hobe Sound, in particular, they suggest that the average listing price is about ten times the average sales price. Something, clearly, is way out of wack. Homeowners and sellers have a difficult enough time without this Trulia site, trying to reinvent itself as a Zillow, (which, by it's own much more sophisticated data, still misses hugely in our part of Florida). It's in a neighborhood of mostly custom-built four bedroom homes. This house is one of the two or three largest and most expensive in it's subdivision which offers community boat storage, ramp, day dock, all with "deep water access". It's on nearly one acre in the best part of Palm City, requires no flood insurance and was totally custom-designed and built, completed in 2001. All concrete and steel, heated 30x15 pool, lots and lots of extras. No. It's not a $75,000 house in any market! Around 2004, Chase had it appraised in the 600s.