The data was extracted from public records.
If you are the owner and have suffered material loss you should contact the Attorney General of the State of Florida.
However, if no loss has been incurred...you may want to be more explicit with your concern.
Be aware, not only do you have public records but also GOOGLE providing frightening details about individual homes via satellite imaging and street view cameras. In essence, the 'personal privacy horse' left the barn years ago.
It is a shame that aggregate websites feel they have the right to post information about every home- not just homes for sale. Of course the reason the do that is so folks just like you will come to Trulia.. There plan obviously is working.
Best of success to you,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax Realtec Group
There is no MLS number, nor does it show having been recently listed in the MLS- so no idea as to who entered it. A quess would be someone asked about an address on Trulia and Trulia pulled some info from public records. You will notice it says Trulia estimate not available and then asks if the viewer is the owner. If you are the owner you can follow the questions and add info or try asking them to remove it.
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