I agree with the rest and ask the listing agent, listing broker to remove them. I recently had an off record conversation about this with Whoopi Goldberg mainly regarding how interior pictures, especially if accompanied by a virtual tour of a home can somewhat make the homeowner and/or their family vulnerable to crime, not only a celebrity but any homeowner. Unfortunately when a home is for sale, buyers want pictures!!! Some buyers won't even stop to look if the house doesn't have pictures but once the house is sold, the new owners shouldn't have to have the interior of their new home on display and it although the sale is public record, the interior shots are not.
Good luck and reach out to them as quickly as possible via telephone and I would also confirm it in writing either via fax, email or snail mail.
Gina Chirico, Sales Associate
973-575-6353 ext 17 office
You need to speak to the listing agent and see if they will remove them. It is not a requirement to remove them. The pictures were not intrusive when the house was posted for sale and they are basic with none of your belongings or personal items in them. Besides, the Builder may want them avaiable for reference.
Although, I also remove pictures online when a listing is sold.
Either way, it is the listing agent that would have to remove them.
Speak to your agent. The interior pictures can definitely be removed. When I close out my listings, I remove the photos from Trulia. Your agent should be able to do the same.
Good luck in your new home!
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