The property you referenced in your question is a foreclosure property in bank-owned status. This property information is provided to Trulia from RealtyTrac and we don't disclose the full property address on our site - that's why you're only seeing the bird's eye view rather than exterior or interior home photos.
If you are looking at foreclosure properties specifically, you can register with RealtyTrac to obtain the complete details of this property and others in foreclosure status. RealtyTrac does require a paid subscription for this information, however you can take advantage of the free 7-day trial they offer.
If you don't wish to view foreclosure properties and would prefer to view homes with complete listing photos, you can remove all foreclosure properties from your search results under the 'More Options' section on the left side of our search result pages.
Let us know if you have any other questions, or need any more help!
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Re/Max Alliance Group
Trulia and it's partner company Realty Trac get data from public tax websites on foreclosed properties, get people like you to respond, then try to sell the visitor data to local real estate agents and advertisers. Zillow does the same thing.
You might get an an actually available property for sale if a local agent manually posts the listing on Trulia, otherwise, Trulia is NOT the local MLS. Repeat: Trulia is NOT the local MLS.
If you want to search for homes for sale, you can search on my website for free: davidbarrhomes.com/sarasota_mls. You can save your searches and your favorite properties. You are spinning your wheels by relying on Trulia for data. Repeat: Trulia is NOT The local MLS.
David Barr, Broker Associate