If I'm wrong and you actually need/want to call the CC assessor, they won't do anything without an appraisal, so in my book you'll be spending $500 to gain $1,000.
I've looked into this matter for you, and can say what's going on with your updated data.
Your updated bedroom count is in the "Owner Information" section of the property page: http://bit.ly/GFcAwI. However, we are also displaying the publicly available information which is what is causing the confusion.
We are currently looking into ways to more clearly explain the differences between the publicly available data and the data you provide.
In the mean time, if you do not agree with the valuation that we have given you, you can click "Too high? Too Low?" to give us feedback on exactly how much you think your home is worth and why.
I hope that answers your questions, but if you have more feel free to shoot me an email at email@example.com
Community Manager, Trulia Voices
Do all five bedrooms have closets. If a room does not have a closet, Clark County does not count it as a bedroom. You may also contact the assessor's office.
Wardley Real Estate
Your house was listed for sale October 2009 as a five bedrooms when you purchased it.. The tax assessor's shows a four bedrooms. You can either call the assessor's office and have them correct the bedrooms, or if you are thinking about selling, I will be happy to list and market your house the house as a five bedrooms in the Multiple listing service and all homes website including international websites.
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Realty Executives of Nevada
702-455-4323 is the clark county assessor phone number- your tax record reflects 4 bedrooms so a lot of these sites- trulia, zillow, homes.com, redfin, oodle, pull the information directly from the tax records- You might change it, but sometimes it does not stick because these sites might regenerate and pull from the assessor records again, thus erasing your info-
Call the assessors office to check on the process of updating your tax record correctly- and then the pulls will be correct from the various sites.
What is your goal here J.? Are you wanting to put it on the market? If so I can help- If you are attempting to do something else- maybe we can help-