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internet The availability of “home valuation” software on the internet and the various home searches make it seem like the information you need for decision making is all readily available. The problem is that the searches are not complete and the market valuations found on the web rely on incomplete or inaccurate data to achieve their results. A market valuation is free by the Veenstra Team, so let us help you make the best decisions!
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