The data shown on Neighborly is as accurate as the source. We make best efforts to verify that the data we’re showing is the same as the data in our source database, but if that data is stored incorrectly by the holder of the data (such as the census bureau) or misreported by the supplier (such as a public agency), we are likely unable to detect those errors. 

In cases where we have more than one source for a piece of information, we periodically check the consistency of information between sources, and report inconsistencies to data holders and providers whenever possible. Like all stakeholders in the market, we rely on high quality, reliable data and do all we can to contribute to its maintenance and improvement for the benefit of all.

Neighborly prepared this material for informational purposes only. We have obtained this information from multiple sources believed to be reliable as of the date of publication; Neighborly, however, makes no representations as to the accuracy or completeness of such third party information. Neighborly has no obligation to update, modify or amend this information or to otherwise notify a reader thereof in the event that any such information becomes outdated, inaccurate, or incomplete.

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