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Why do you list Zestimates subtracting homestead exemption? Not a fair assessment.

Zestimates are based on tax assessments, however if homeowners are smart enough to take advantage of the homestead exemption ($10,000 or more deduction), that lowest number is used therefore seemingly lowering the value of their home. This is not a fair way to do it. The true value of building and land should be listed as the Zestimate, not the value after the homestead or other exemptions (that apply to the tax PAYER not the actual home itself).  
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June 15 2012 - North Deering
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