Monday, June 25, 2018
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Hernando County real estate transactions for Aug. 22

BROOKSVILLE

4259 Caskie Pl., to Debra Bence by National Mortgage Association Federal & Mae Fannie, $128,500, 07/11/2014.

8074 Winter St., to Nancy K. Jones & Dona Mae Acree by Maryann Anderson, $110,000, 07/15/2014.

8139 Eagle Dr., to Candy Ostuno by Juan J. Arbona Jr. & Brigitte A. Arbona, $56,000, 07/07/2014.

7418 Fairlane Ave., to Danny L. Sheehan Sr. & Lorraine Sheehan by Margaret K. Andrews, $55,000, 07/02/2014.

15393 Brookridge Blvd., to Michael N. Schultz by Laurie Anne Maron & Jeffrey William Nelson, $49,000, 07/02/2014.

7555 Fairlane Ave., to Eugene Wager by Joseph E. Terry, $45,000, 06/30/2014.

HERNANDO BEACH

3407 Flamingo Blvd., to George L Southworth Revocable Trust by Timothy W. Neubert & Tracey Jaensch, $150,000, 07/11/2014.

SPRING HILL

12054 Sapphire Dr., to Arek Koss & Sylvia Koss by Maryann Salvato, $240,000, 07/10/2014.

8124 Summersong Ct., to Margaret Betts Reid by Audrey T. Mccaffrey & Herbert F. Mccaffrey, $227,000, 07/09/2014.

7435 Blue Skies Dr., to George M. Roberts & Angela Roberts by Michele Decola & Michel Decola, $212,000, 07/14/2014.

8342 Kenway St., to Linda L. Moore & Walter R. Moore by E L M Land Trust & E Loans Mortgage Inc, $185,000, 06/27/2014.

362 Oriana Dr., to Claudia T. Woodruff by Alfred H. Chrishop & Alfred H. Chrishop Trustee, $175,000, 07/11/2014.

8390 Lake Hill Ct., to Sarah P. Yuratick by National Mortgage Association Federal & Mae Fannie, $175,000, 06/30/2014.

1109 Tryon Cir., to Leon J. Bresette & Lynn M. Bresette by Dianne E. Mckinley & Melvin L. Mckinley, $165,000, 07/11/2014.

2469 Silkwood Ct., to Charlene Martin & Raymond P. Martin Jr. by Richard J. Palka & Rita D. Palka, $159,000, 07/14/2014.

14637 Linden Dr., to David E. Mclean & Natalie J. Mclean by Robert Mccarthy, $150,000, 06/17/2014.

11365 Deercroft Ct., to Ellen B. Jimenez by David K. Mccarthy & Mary E. Hatcher Mccarthy, $135,000, 07/02/2014.

1325 Melville Ave., to Cheryl A. Tracy by Luis Deaguiar & Lucia Deaguiar, $128,000, 07/11/2014.

7083 Pond View Ct., to David R. Picheco & Susan M. Picheco by Robert E. Mccarthy & Dorothy G. Mccarthy, $125,000, 06/25/2014.

8028 Floyd Ln., to Edwin J. Meyer by Donald Vendrone & Marlene Vendrone, $124,000, 07/16/2014.

558 Winthrop Dr., to John Bailey Inc by Deutsche Bank National Trust Company & Novastar Mortgage Funding Trust Series 2006 6, $115,000, 06/09/2014.

6454 Wedgewood Dr., to James L. Edwards & Lois Evelyn Edward by Phillip F. Woodlock & Phillip F. Woodlock Trustee, $115,000, 07/14/2014.

10359 Lansfield St., to Justine Bryer by Timothy Dale Edwards, $113,500, 07/14/2014.

4511 Copper Hill Dr., to John H. Daiute & Rita H. Daiute by Hazel Mahoney, $112,500, 07/17/2014.

4595 Bayridge Ct., to Ross E. Hendrick & Denise L. Hendrick by Norman Frank Palmateer & Janice E. Palmateer, $109,900, 07/09/2014.

3303 Coronet Ct., to Christine Pence by Donna M. Rogers & Donna Beck, $84,500, 07/09/2014.

2179 Torrey Pines Ct., to Margaret M. Macfarlane by Sharon Lee Wolfe, $81,500, 07/08/2014.

6105 Dorset Rd., to Kroupa Trust by Newbury Reo 2013 LLC, $76,000, 07/15/2014.

4403 Goldcoast Ave., to Linda Reutimann by Deutsche Bank National Trust Company & J P Morgan Mortgage Acquisition Trust 2007 Ch5 Asset Backed Pass Through Certificates Series 2007 Ch5, $74,900, 06/26/2014.

5005 Keysville Ave., to Thomas D. Walsh Jr. & Carol R. Walsh by National Mortgage Association Federal & Mae Fannie, $74,000, 07/09/2014.

10312 Heathcliff St., to Mary Catherine Vansickle & Bruce Roger Schweitzer by Robert M. Baldassano & Susan K. Baldassano, $70,000, 07/08/2014.

7143 Pear Ln., to Gloria Zengel by Florida Eagle Investment LLC, $47,000, 07/14/2014.

WEEKI WACHEE

9172 Mississippi Run, to Thanh T. Tran & Lisa A. Tran by Michael C. Byrne Jr. & Judith A. Byrne, $350,000, 07/11/2014.

11146 Horned Owl Rd., to Kerri Walker by Denis F. Dubois & Denis F. Dubois Trustee, $100,000, 07/16/2014.

6259 Fine St., to Sheri K. Stein Spagnolo & Paul J. Vermeulen by Edward E. Byrum & Edward E. Byrum Trustee, $100,000, 07/03/2014.

7412 Allen Dr., to James Earl Knotts Trustee & Shirley Ruth Knotts Trustee by Deborah Forney & Trusty Bromidge Linda, $80,500, 07/09/2014.

8642 Heather Blvd., to Dionisio A. Cruz & Maria E. Cruz by Mae Fannie & National Mortgage Association Federal, $40,300, 07/16/2014.

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