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