Thank you for your feedback. We take data quality very seriously and have numerous programs in place to prevent errors as much as possible.
If you see something on our site which is fraudulent or inaccurate, the best thing to do is to report it. To report an error, please use the "Report an Error" button, which you can find here on any property page here: http://i.imgur.com/iDAf9.png.
Reporting the error in this way ensures that the problem is sent directly to the right people who can fix it.
Which problems did you find on our site Alyse? I'd be happy to look into them for you.
Many thanks again for your feedback.
Thank you for your comment. I think you raise some very good points, and I'd like to speak to what Trulia is doing to address them.
Trulia takes data accuracy very seriously. So seriously in fact, that Trulia was the first national real estate website to take a Data Pledge for Listing Syndication and Display (which you can read more about below)
As part of living up to that pledge, Trulia hired a team of data scientists to build and launch Trulia Direct Reference. The aim of this project is to find and fix data inaccuracies across the entire industry, not just on Trulia.com because we want home buyers to have the best experience possible. For more details on on what Trulia Direct Reference is doing, I'd recommend you check out our blog post below.
Everyone here at Trulia is passionate about giving you the inside scoop on your next place to live, and data accuracy is obviously a fundamental part of that inside scoop. Finding and fixing inaccurate information across many disparate data sources from all over the country is a big challenge, and Trulia is an industry leader in doing big things to rise to that challenge.
Thanks again for your feedback Alyse. If you have any follow up questions, please feel free to reach out to me personally at email@example.com.
[To Andrew] You don't realize how time consuming that is... There are TONS. You need an employee or IC to do this full time and that may still not be enough.
[To Tim] Apparently you are very right. They just go into business and put up a site. Doesn't mean it's accurate... by any stretch of the imagination. Zillow is now just as bad, too. :(
The Car companies offer REBATES; which is their way of saying they were over-charging you to begin with.
The Fast Food Industry offers FAT and Cholesterol on a bun; and you eat it.
The OIL COMPANIES spill more oil than we use; and you still patronize them.
ENRON and their ILK advertise their wears and you invest in them!
And so you choose to attack Trulia?
Your attack is misplaced: You should do more homework before you slander.