My house at 4010 Banner Crest Dr has incorrect info. There is 2,585 square ft not 1288

Asked by Pamela Taylor, Dandridge, TN Wed Nov 3, 2010

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Charlie Whee…, Other Pro, San Francisco, CA
Thu Nov 4, 2010
Hi Pamela,

Diane is correct: Trulia displays the public record information from the assessor's office but you can claim your property on Trulia and amend that information (as you have already done).

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Charlie Wheeler
Account Manager | Trulia
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Dave DeVos, Agent, Crossville, TN
Wed Nov 3, 2010
Pam, This often happens in our rural Tennessee area when you have finished a basement or added on to the home and the county tax assessor has not changed the county records. If you are listing your home for sale, you need to have it corrected. Correcting it will probably raise your taxes. A local REALTOR® can help you. If you are selling by yourself, call the county assessor's office for assistance. You could be accused of fraud by not revealing this to a prospective buyer.
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Diane Burke, Agent, Chattanooga, TN
Wed Nov 3, 2010
Hi Pamela,
On Trulia it says that the information is from the Assessor, which would be from tax records. I looked at your tax record and it shows your first story to have 1288 sq. ft.. Your information is more than likely coming from that. If you have claimed your home then you should be able to make changes to it.

Diane Burke
Prudential
423-774-7703
Web Reference:  http://DianeBurkeHomes.com
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Anna M Brocco, Agent, Williston Park, NY
Wed Nov 3, 2010
Keep in mind that online information is often fed in from multiple sources, and if the information is not corrected from the originating source, errors may appear--if you are currently listed with an agent, he/she should be able to make any corrections needed, just ask--or consider contacting Trulia's customer service department directly--under the help tab.
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