How to Get Your Property’s Photos off Real Estate Websites

The digital age makes it easy to start a home search, thanks to countless websites that feature real estate listings. If you recently bought a home, you likely appreciated having easy access to those online photos as you considered your purchase. I know my husband and I did when we bought our home two years ago.

But you know what I didn’t enjoy? Finding out that dozens of interior photos of my home were still visible on one of the biggest real estate websites around.

To be fair, our house is correctly listed as off the market. But it’s still there online, available to be viewed by the public. I immediately set out to get the photos taken down from that site, as well as anywhere else those images might be still lingering. Here’s what I discovered.

Removing photos directly from the major sites

First, some good news: It is

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Photos: ‘Bonanza’ Ponderosa Ranch in Lake Tahoe sold for $38M

  • A 24-acre Lake Tahoe property that was previously used as a backdrop in the popular TV series “Bonanza” just sold for $38 million.
  • The sale makes it the highest-priced waterfront sale on the Nevada side of Lake Tahoe, according to
  • The home on the property is 17,700 square feet and was built in 2004.
  • It comes equipped with a private beach, horse stables, a home theater, and as many fireplaces as there are bedrooms.
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The Cartwrights rode horses across television sets against a backdrop of pine trees and picturesque mountains on the Ponderosa Ranch from 1959 to 1973. And while “Bonanza” was fictional, the ranch was not.

The real Ponderosa Ranch, a sprawling 24-acre property in Nevada, looks a little different today. And it just sold for $38 million. reported that the home’s high selling price makes it the most expensive

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All of Joe Biden’s Homes, In Photos

Photo credit: Dilip Vishwanat - Getty Images
Photo credit: Dilip Vishwanat – Getty Images

From Town & Country

For most of his 44-year-long career in public office, Joe Biden had a nickname: Middle Class Joe. He also often called himself “one of the poorest members of Congress.” His scrappy roots—born in Scranton, Pennsylvania, to a father who suffered a number of financial setbacks—are now a big part of his 2020 presidential campaign’s plan to appeal to American voters. But according to the Wall Street Journal, the reason why Biden was often at the bottom of the wealth ladder among his colleagues in the Senate had a lot to do with his life-long obsession with real estate. “Even as a kid in high school I’d been seduced by real estate,” he wrote in his 2007 autobiography, Promises to Keep.

Biden began buying homes—especially those that were outside his budget—in his twenties, taking out multiple mortgages and

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AP PHOTOS: Xi’s portrait adorns new homes for China’s poor


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