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William Raveis Charitable Fund Announces Donation To Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation And National Real Estate Recognition


In 2016, William Raveis Real Estate closed over $9 billion in sales and over $10 billion in mortgage transactions. WRRE has 4,000 highly trained sales professionals in 128 offices in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island, New Hampshire ...


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