Physician/Psychiatrist

 get Zillow to immediately remove all information about my house other than suing them?
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15065 Westover Road 53122
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For someone that doesn't want information made public, you just posted your name and address on a very public forum. 

All the information on Zillow is from public record, and while you do have the option to edit the information for the Zillow page, it will not remove it from any of the other real-estate sites. 
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The step to take would be for you to remove the "Make me Move"  status that you established several years ago along with your phone number (which is quickly linked to your name).  To do so, open the "Make me move" property and then hover your cursor over "edit".   Chose "remove make me move" from the drop down menu.  If not there, click on "report problem".

You can also edit the property to remove photos and other information you provided.  You can do this completely in a few minutes.

Zillow doesn't remove public information on residential properties from their website (see link).   If you wish to go so far, the best way to get public information removed from properties is to start with your county assessor's office and/or recorder's office so they won't release what is considered public information.   In some states this can be done, in most states it can't.

If you chose to sue every website that presents public information on properties, you'll find the websites in the dozens if not hundreds.

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