this property is my mothers why u listing on this we bsite should i contact my lawyer to file lawsuit?

Asked by Kelly, Tucson, AZ Wed Jan 7, 2009

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James Gordon…, Agent, Hamilton, OH
Wed Jan 7, 2009
Kelly I do not work for Trulia but the property is not showing for sale but a redistribution of public records.

See Trulia's notice that I have copied below

Listing details, including price, beds, baths, square footage, and property type, are provided by listing agents and brokers. We provide a link to the listing website or other source of this information. Neighborhood definitions are provided by a third-party who compiles the data from municipal and community sources. "Views" represents the number of times that the property has been viewed on Trulia. Prior sales and public record data are compiled from local assessor, tax, and recorder offices. We display all known arms-length residential sales from 1996 or later when available from our data providers. We receive regular updates from our data providers, but there may be inaccuracies in the public record data. Please contact your local assessor or recorder office to correct this information

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Dana Schuster, Agent, Slidell, LA
Wed Jan 7, 2009
it is not listed for sale. Any property in the country which has been photographed by Google Earth or Microsoft Earth will appear on Trulia,cyberhomes,etc. whether it is on the market or not.
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Howard Roth, Agent, Tucson, AZ
Wed Jan 7, 2009
This property does not appear to be listed with the local Multiple Listing Service, and the Trulia link here does not show a listing agent or an asking price. Trulia tries to provide information, primarily from public records, on every property in the country. Speak with the owner if you're concerned; but what you found is probably just non-confidential information. There doesn't appear to be anything sinister going on here.

Howard Roth, CRS, e-Pro, GRI
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Bob and Rich…, Agent, Newtown, CT
Wed Jan 7, 2009
I suggest you ask your mother if she has listed her home for sale. If she has not, I would speak with the listing agent about this before filing speaking with your attorney about filing a lawsuit.
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