Tuesday, August 21, 2018
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Hernando County real estate transactions for March 31, 2017

BROOKSVILLE

25344 Croom Rd., to George Steven Zeniou & Kitty Gill Zeniou by John W. Kibbit & Susan I. Kibbit, $345,000, 02/17/2017.

7276 Sherman Hills Blvd., to James Heisler & Tiffany Heisler by David Gary Peterson & Peterson Family Revocable Trust, $177,500, 02/16/2017.

28061 White Dove Dr., to Kasey Hodge by Wells Fargo Bank Na & Option One Mortgage Loan Trust 2006 3 Asset Backed Certificates Series 2006 3, $173,800, 02/02/2017.

507 Underwood Ave., to William J. Leblanc Ii. & Megan E. Leblanc by Timothy A. Mossgrove & Terri L. Mossgrove, $134,900, 01/26/2017.

424 Ederington Dr., to Jordan A. Walker by Robert C. Henry, $109,000, 02/17/2017.

8145 Fortune Hunter Dr., to Harry W. Ussery by Lambert Shores & Valerie Shores, $90,000, 02/10/2017.

7403 Eagle Dr., to Robert Plaiss & Donna Plaiss by Bella Liberty Enterprises LLC & 7403 Eagle Drive Land Trust, $86,500, 02/08/2017.

14655 Brookridge Blvd., to Charles T. Vitanovitz by James W. Wirtz & Kathy W. Wirtz, $70,000, 02/10/2017.

971 Village Dr., to Wendy K. Mathis by Barrett Luis Rivera & Shawnda Cheri Rivera, $68,000, 02/24/2017.

7429 Morelli Ave., to Nelly Hourtouat & John Hourtouat by Carol Anne Mccarthy, $65,000, 02/17/2017.

320 Virginia Ave., to 320 Virginia Land Trust & Trinity Management LLC by Moamen Y. Mikhail & Caroline Hanna, $50,000, 02/14/2017.

14326 Starcross St., to Estates Us LLC by Us Bank Trust Na & Newlands Asset Holdings Trust, $40,000, 02/17/2017.

HERNANDO BEACH

3456 Bluefish Dr., to Stanley F. Gould by Guy R. Panzner Ii. & Michelle Panzner, $485,000, 02/17/2017.

4010 Eagle Nest Dr., to Dawood G. Dalaly by David M. Evans, $126,000, 02/21/2017.

SPRING HILL

12410 Fillmore St., to Christina M. Schippers & Wolinski Stephanie Cox by Eugene R. Michael, $380,000, 02/21/2017.

5129 Roble Ave., to La Paz Peter De & Diana L. Betancourt Ortiz by Rafael Zayas Jr., $165,000, 02/22/2017.

5343 Fairhaven Ave., to Shawn Tuttle & Crimson Tuttle by Tommy Ds Sports Inc & Tom Dietzel Inc, $164,800, 02/23/2017.

7190 Green Abbey Way, to James R. Collier & Doris Whitmore by Brian A. Furlong & Douglas J. Furlong, $161,500, 02/24/2017.

1327 Dill Ave., to James Toller & Danielle Toller by Campground Estate Properties LLC, $159,900, 01/23/2017.

10117 Loretto St., to Paul H. Engler & Elaine Engler by Kristopher Baker & Kelly Baker, $150,000, 02/17/2017.

5193 Lydia Ct., to Dudley Logan Trustee & Djl Investment Trust by Doris P. Gregory & James M. Gregory, $150,000, 02/14/2017.

11063 Baylor Dr., to Larry P. Westmoreland & Ellen H. Westmoreland by Jackie L. Myers & Terrie L. Strike, $146,900, 02/10/2017.

10282 Swanson Ct., to Jason Joseph Faucher by Nicholas G. Matthews, $145,000, 02/17/2017.

1472 Overland Dr., to Barbara Bealba by Charles T. Vitanovitz & Raymond Ancil Ogle Family Trust, $145,000, 02/15/2017.

13211 Haverhill Dr., to Gina Marie Erbe & Trevor Alan Jones by Ams Homes LLC, $144,900, 02/17/2017.

2434 Anchor Ave., to Robert B. Hamilton & Marie Luise Costa by Beno Zajos & Ilona Zajos, $143,500, 02/22/2017.

7653 Gates Cir., to Meredith Chelsea Moulder & Nicholas S. Moulder by Margie Goedecke, $142,500, 02/16/2017.

9417 Melrose St., to Mario Loggia & Morgan Loggia by My Obrien Enterprises Inc, $137,000, 02/27/2017.

2504 Bonkirk Ave., to William C. Stolz by Robert H. Hein & Diana L. Hein, $136,500, 02/16/2017.

12249 Villa Rd., to Jose Estrada Jr. by Marsha Montgomery & Marsha Tillander, $131,000, 02/21/2017.

13398 Banyan Rd., to Stanley Strick by John P. Redpath, $125,000, 02/16/2017.

1465 Coachman Rd., to Sandra E. Pedersen by AngelaBarton & LindaIrwin, $125,000, 02/24/2017.

6656 Brambleleaf Dr., to John I. Robertson & David E. Mason by 9057 Heather Blvd Weeki Wachee Fl LLC, $119,900, 02/09/2017.

1400 Summerwood Ct., to William Helmer & Lucinda Helmer by Norman I. Lee & Carole Vanwagner Atty In Fact, $118,000, 02/17/2017.

4399 Craigdarragh Ave., to William J. Morales by Roger Reiss & Roger A. Reiss, $118,000, 02/17/2017.

11218 Holbrook St., to Angela Raab by Donald Kowalski & Gail Kowalski, $106,000, 02/24/2017.

7670 Pinehurst Dr., to Kyle Evan Puls by Mgt & Bnl LLC, $102,000, 02/15/2017.

12412 Lombardy St., to Relda D. Hill by Joann Bravata, $92,000, 02/21/2017.

5047 Chamber Ct., to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems Inc & Caliber Home Loans Inc by Amber M. Sroka, $76,000, 02/27/2017.

7597 Landmark Dr., to Lowell Bebout by David L. Fifield & David Fifield, $75,000, 02/17/2017.

1392 Old Mill Ln., to Frederick Laura & Xiao Mei Teng by Ernest F. Beck & Karen Beck, $72,000, 02/27/2017.

5212 Springwood Rd., to Samuel J. Argiero & David Feiertag by Josefina Figueroa & Efrain Figueroa, $71,500, 02/22/2017.

9318 Miracle Dr., to Angelo Afanador by John J. Larosa, $67,000, 02/17/2017.

4359 Bayridge Ct., to Bayridge Ct Land Trust 4359 & Jax Property Trust Group LLC by Laura Ann Thompson, $65,000, 02/17/2017.

9492 Melrose St., to Charles Kingsbury by Clara A. Szaboa, $61,200, 02/15/2017.

WEEKI WACHEE

11102 Warm Wind Way, to Barry K. Derricotte & Olga Derricotte by Raymond E. Klie & Henrietta Klie, $335,000, 02/03/2017.

6009 Colony Cir., to James C. Williams Trustee & Williams Trust by Gil Lie Grubbs, $112,000, 02/23/2017.

7248 Mc Ginnes Ct., to David Rohde & Shirley Rohde by Charles E. Kozderka & Gloria A. Kozderka, $57,500, 02/22/2017.

9372 Nakoma Way, to Walter G. Latham Jr. & Carol M. Latham by Layne D. Staral, $53,000, 02/21/2017.



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