What is it you are trying to accomplish? Since your home isn't listed for sale, it's likely you're looking at the public records data. Trulia pulls data from different sources, such as the MLSs (for homes for sale) and county assessor's public records.
If you're trying to get your home's value.....Don't put too much stock in Trulia's data -- especially home values -- because it's notoriously inaccurate. Ask a REALTOR to do a market analysis for you.
But if you're just being a stickler and want to correct inaccurate info, then you should check out the real source to see if your home's data is correct in Larimer County's public records:
But...beware. This is a double edged sword. If they have your information wrong, could it be that you, or a previous owner had unpermitted work done on the house? (many people finish basements, and add bedrooms and bathrooms without getting the proper permits all the time) If that's the case, you're opening a can of worms.
Also...even if you do have permits and the bedroom is legit and the county records are just wrong (maybe a typo?) then you can call the assessor's office and ask to get it corrected. BUT... GUESS WHAT??? You'll get to pay higher TAXES!!!
I would ask yourself, what are you trying to accomplish, and is it worth it?
Hope this helps!
Sally Grenier, Broker Owner
Metro Brokers | Grenier Real Estate