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Hernando County real estate transactions for Aug. 12

BROOKSVILLE

1742 Trillium Blvd., to Edward A. Simpson by Pulte Home Corporation, $192,700, 06/22/2016.

1798 Trillium Blvd., to Angel Rodriguez by Pulte Home Corporation, $163,400, 06/07/2016.

1779 Trillium Blvd., to Maria R. Villanueva & Jesus Devesa by Pulte Home Corporation, $147,700, 06/30/2016.

SPRING HILL

10416 Norvell Rd., to Monique L. Bindscheattel & Brent Lee Bindscheattel by Adams Homes Of Northwest Florida Inc, $164,400, 06/14/2016.

13402 Coronado Dr., to William R. Risk & Linda R. Risk by Aligar Development LLC, $136,500, 07/01/2016.

Hernando County real estate transactions for Aug. 12 08/10/16 [Last modified: Wednesday, August 10, 2016 2:20pm]
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