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606 W 33rd St , Sioux Falls - SD 57111
Office: 1-605-370-1477

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About Frank Iery

Frank Iery is a real estate professional serving Sioux Falls and surrounding area, he has been helping people sell and buy homes for years. He is a joy to work with, very knowledgeable in the industry with great sense of humor and serious business sense. Sioux Falls resident since 1996, active in local non-profits and social programs such as United Way. Very supportive family man with two adult children and three young Grandson`s. Contact him anytime for all your real estate needs call/text 605 370 1477 [email protected]

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