Images and floor plans are frequently available on real estate websites, even after a sale is finalized with a new home owner. The information stored on websites such as Trulia can be redacted so that detailed images of the layout/floor plan are unavailable for the general public to view. The intent of this article is to lay out the step by step process through which you can remove the images of your home.
How to hide/remove pictures on Trulia
DISCLAIMER: Trulia receives its photo data from their partner site, Zillow. If you have a Zillow account, claiming your home and removing your photos from your Zillow page will also remove the photos from Trulia. You may make these updates through Zillow at any time. You can go directly to the following link to claim your home on Zillow: http://www.zillow.com/sellerlanding/claimyourhome/.
This document will guide you on how to remove your property pictures from trulia.
Step 1: First thing you’ll need to do is to go to https://www.trulia.com/ and look up your property.
Step 2: Once you have located the property, click on the hide option; it will be on the top right corner of the picture available.
Step 3: You will be asked to sign up using a google email address. However, if you close the window that popped-up, you will then be able to use any email address you prefer.
Step 4: The property will now be hidden.
***DISCLAIMER*** Some properties don't have pictures of the listing, but instead show Google Street Views. If that is the case you will have to submit a Google Street View Removal request. If Google processes your request and approves it, the property will then be blurred on Google and will also be blurred on Trulia.