It doesn't appear your home is currently active in the MLS, so that is old data that was pulled-in incorrectly. You can contact Trulia customer support and request that they fix it.
Hope that helps.
Derek Bauer, Associate Broker
Real Estate One - West Bloomfield
It's refreshing when a homeowner indicates their Public Records information is incorrect. (I do believe this is where the information was obtained by Trulia) You can choose to correct this with the City of West Bloomfield. Most likely they will thank you with an ammended tax bill and appropriate increase.
Or, If you choose to sell your home in the future through a real estate agent, the information will be corrected for you and the next owner. The local MLS automatically submits all Exclusive Right to Sell Full Service residential properties to a website which syndicates to Trulia.
Barb, have a great day and thank you for your honesty. I believe you will find the same information on other real estate websites offering information about homes. They should all be in error.
I'd like to ask if your agent is keeping you informed on current trends and ways to market your home? You should contact your agent to let them do the necessary adjustments for marketing your home. It should be corrected soon to give the most accurate information to potential buyers.
Keller Williams Realty
Commerce Market Center