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Hernando County real estate transactions for Feb. 5

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133 S Brooksville Ave., to Carey James Carlson by Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation & Hallinan Plc Phelan Atty In Fact, $189,900, 11/25/2013.

12035 Benshoff Ave., to Randall O. Hendricks Jr. & Amy M. Hendricks by Stephen M. Miller & Carrie L. Miller, $132,000, 11/25/2013.

3063 Crum Rd., to Gladys S. Badowski & Susan D. Compton by Mary Ann Kelly & Robert J. Kelly, $124,500, 12/09/2013.

980 Sea Holly Dr., to Joseph Disano & Chelsea L. Thorpe by Robby L. Robinson, $102,000, 12/03/2013.

8172 Highpoint Blvd., to James M. Williams & Cynthia M. Williams by Bonnie F. Hurt, $95,000, 11/29/2013.

614 Prospect Hill Ct., to Martin J. A. Ratcliffe & Shirley Ratcliffe by Charles H. Goodwin Jr. & Priscilla J. Goodwin, $87,500, 12/13/2013.

12486 Sweet Gum Rd., to Dorothy Engelke by Marianne Rothwell & Rocky J. Rothwell, $71,500, 11/22/2013.

8477 Fleetway Ave., to John Allen Keefe & Joan G. Keefe by Minnie Mary Paniak & Ron Fiore, $63,000, 12/02/2013.

23028 Cortez Blvd., to Betty Tarallo by Mae Fannie & National Mortgage Association Federal, $62,500, 11/21/2013.

14316 Midfield St., to Virgil E. Hall & June M. Hall by Evelyn H. Milby & Jerry M. Milby, $49,900, 12/06/2013.

12311 George Dr., to Jerry L. Hartman & Marilyn D. Hartman by Bennie L. Wertz, $47,000, 11/30/2013.

6494 Hilton Dr., to Of Veterans Affairs Secretary by Midfirst Bank, $40,900, 11/29/2013.


3082 Gulf Winds Cir., to Kristien F. Polecritti & Marc R. Polecritti by George L. Southworth & George L. Southworth Trustee, $292,000, 12/15/2013.


5362 Firethorn Pt, to Qahtan Ali Abdulfattah by Jerry Heard & Michael Heard, $575,000, 12/09/2013.

10341 Palmgren Ln., to Lloyd Ford & Donna Ford by Charlene Marie Riberdy & Charlene Marie Chapman, $255,000, 12/03/2013.

15053 Middle Fairway Dr., to John T. Youlio Trustee & Lorraine A. Youlio Trustee by Edward C. Troy & Bernadette Troy, $145,000, 11/25/2013.

1420 Pinewood Hills Ct., to Barbara Lacek by Carl Amato Jr. & Helen M. Amato, $135,900, 12/04/2013.

13155 Haverhill Dr., to Kevin Michael Killian & Jolene R. Killian by Hsbc Bank Usa Na & Wells Fargo Asset Securities Corporation Mortgage Pass Through Certificates Series 2006 Ar7, $135,000, 12/27/2013.

1394 Meadow Lark Rd., to Ramos Cristalee Raquel Carrasquillo & Cristalee Raquel Carrasquillo Ramos by Gary Skibowski & Sandra Macadaeg, $122,000, 11/25/2013.

14139 Oak Knoll St., to Scott M. Weeks by Lyndal H. Mauldin, $122,000, 12/05/2013.

11032 Via De Rosa Ln., to Rafael Adevedo & Elizabeth Acevedo by Patricia Wilcox & PatriciaWilcox, $100,000, 12/06/2013.

11464 Inman Ct., to Sharon S. Tabler by H. CurtisSkipper & Robert F. Cullington, $97,000, 11/22/2013.

11055 Elgin Blvd., to Dorothy C. Schauss by Klugey Holdings LLC, $89,000, 11/27/2013.

8188 Philatelic Dr., to Sharon R. Gailey by Mona K. Longshore & Robert Longshore, $85,500, 11/26/2013.

485 Firwood Ave., to Craig S. Bias & Dianne A. Bias by Carmen M. Dibenedetto & Jane Ruggiero Atty In Fact, $78,000, 12/06/2013.

2210 Deltona Blvd., to Margaret E. Wermann by Karen Jo Alexander & Karen Jo Alexander Trustee, $72,500, 11/22/2013.

2434 Comerwood Dr., to Gordon G. Hoeldtke & Margaret Anne Hoeldtke by Dennis J. Arcidiacono & Shawna Arcidiacono, $63,000, 12/06/2013.

11057 Gifford Dr., to Alan J. Stiles & Sonia F. Stiles by JuneGriswold & Frank E. Souliere, $53,000, 12/03/2013.

7492 Harding Ave., to Janet J. Crenan by Cleora Moshier & Katherine S. Oquinn Atty In Fact, $53,000, 11/20/2013.

3523 Plaza Ave., to Jerry L. Welch by National Mortgage Association Federal & Law Firm Plc Vanness Atty In Fact, $52,000, 11/22/2013.

6704 Pinehurst Dr., to Thomas B. White by Jackie Whitaker, $52,000, 12/09/2013.


12500 Maycrest Ave., to Candace Remington by Rosalie R. Disi & Dean A. Pratt Jr., $133,000, 11/25/2013.

11485 Thrasher Ave., to Rafael Carbo Otero by Maris V. Masterson & Evelyn Mae Altertsen Atty In Fact, $102,500, 11/26/2013.

Hernando County real estate transactions for Feb. 5 02/03/14 [Last modified: Monday, February 3, 2014 3:35pm]
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