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Remove listing

Hi:

I would like to remove my listing.  How do I go about doing that?
  • October 07 2010 - Hadley
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If you click on "My Zillow" it will bring you to your account page. On the left of that page you will see "Listings" link. When you click on that link your listings come up and will give you the option to Edit or Cancel the listings. 
  • October 07 2010
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Is it currently listed for sale? Claim your property & you can edit it so it's no longer for sale. If you're thinking to remove it entirely from the site that's not possible. This & so many other sites have assembled all the public record data on 99% of the properties around and where it's using public record data it's not possible to remove this data, it's available from a miriad of sources including: the state's registry of deeds, your local city/town, MLS data from sales, agent/brokerage marketing legacy efforts through the internet's never forgetting mind, Google & Bing's Maps, Satellite imagery, Google Street Views, neighbors internet pics through GPS Geo-tagging etc.

It's like trying to take the ripples out of a pond, just can't be done without a massive shift in the public records laws, internet legislation on a federal level & state level etc.Most you can hope for is to attempt to control what data is revealed & is it accurate.
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