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Hernando real estate listings for Dec. 4


14107 Citrus Way, to Kathryn Harding by Nationstar Mortgage LLC, $152,300, 10/11/2013.

1091 Nodding Shade Dr., to Frank E. Deciutiis & Elaine Deciutiis by Paul M. Thorpe & Julie J. Thorpe, $130,000, 09/27/2013.

15030 Hill Country Rd., to Paul Purcell & Wendy Purcell by Alfred Fernandez & Jacqueline L. Fernandez, $110,000, 10/04/2013.

3084 Crum Rd., to Robert B. Detwiler & Kelly Ann Detwiler by Richard Numbers & Susan Numbers, $110,000, 10/04/2013.

25560 Dan Brown Hill Rd., to Mennonite Camp Association Southern & Retreat Lakewood by Charles E. Pritchard, $100,000, 09/27/2013.

26079 Ash St., to Linda L. Stewart by Velibor Ilic & Lynne Ilic, $87,000, 10/11/2013.

14210 Adair St., to James L. Dible & Jacquelyn M. Dible by Shirley A. Forshee, $78,000, 09/30/2013.

27350 Hickory Hill Rd., to Paul A. Zambrano by National Mortgage Association Federal & Mae Fannie, $60,200, 10/03/2013.

8089 Little Tee Ln., to Arthur Desnoyers by John S. Jay & Kay I. Jay, $58,000, 10/10/2013.

7016 Mullins Rd., to William Combs by Sandra E. Dejordy & Timothy C. Cline, $55,000, 09/25/2013.


5138 Shorewood Dr., to Rebecca G. Grim & Peggy A. Cooper by Advanta Ira Services LLC & James D. Berg, $173,000, 10/18/2013.


4564 Secretariat Run, to Louis J. Poulin & Patricia A. Poulin by Alice N. Pinho & Alice N. Pinho Trustee, $219,000, 10/10/2013.

14149 Andrew Scott Rd., to Patrick Arisman by National Mortgage Association Federal & Mae Fannie, $203,000, 09/30/2013.

269 Fairmont Dr., to Richard B. Hoyt & Kelly Shea Hoyt by Johnny R. Dillon & Tammy L. Dillon, $135,000, 10/15/2013.

3051 Ambassador Ave., to Teresa Rose Green by Ron & Gail Fraser LLC, $133,000, 10/14/2013.

3161 Whispering Pines Ct., to Anne Ruth Butterly by Robert L. Kibbee & Eulan M. Kibbee, $119,000, 10/30/2013.

7952 Ravenwood Cv, to Derek N. Atkinson by Aaron S. Boyer & Laura A. Boyer, $110,000, 10/11/2013.

11310 Montcalm Rd., to Janeezia J. Wallace by Florida Low Income Housing Associates Inc, $96,000, 09/27/2013.

10428 Dunkirk Rd., to Mary E. Hensley by Evelyn Whitney Trust & Patricia A. Bedikian Succ Trustee, $95,700, 10/04/2013.

8379 Philadelphia Ave., to Michael Sentner & Jeannie Sentner by Michael J. Bonema & Stephen R. Bonema, $90,000, 10/04/2013.

3188 Appleblossom Tr., to Agnes M. Edgerton by Laurie A. Travis & Laurie A.Travis, $89,900, 09/30/2013.

11050 Little St., to Marianne C. Domico by Jeffrey David Hensley & Jessie J. Hensley, $79,000, 09/27/2013.

12436 Drayton Dr., to William Lee Mramor by National Mortgage Association Federal & Mae Fannie, $68,500, 10/03/2013.

4583 Kirkland Ave., to James Ogles Sr. & Karen L. Olges by Carol Geist & Carol Geist Trustee, $65,000, 09/27/2013.

2220 Restmere Ln., to Mark Scott & Diana Scott by National Mortgage Association Federal & Law Firm Plc Vanness Atty In Fact, $64,000, 09/25/2013.

1475 Greenview Ave., to Christopher T. Locatelli by La Rosa Jose De Jr. & La Rosa Noemi E. De, $60,000, 10/04/2013.

9214 Geneva St., to Lisa Mixel by Robert Houdek, $58,000, 10/09/2013.

2431 Amherst Ave., to Richard Charles Haessler Trustee & Beverly Dawn Haessler Trustee by Francis J. Renner & Frank J. Renner, $55,000, 10/07/2013.


9372 Sugar Ct., to Gary Tomas & Diana Tomas by Citimortgage Inc & Servicelink LLC, $176,000, 09/27/2013.

8574 Delaware Dr., to Paul Lodati & Elizabeth Lodati by Joseph P. Mellen & Kathleen D. Mellen, $140,000, 10/11/2013.

13064 House Finch Rd., to Ams Homes LLC by Nationstar Mortgage LLC, $78,800, 09/24/2013.

Hernando real estate listings for Dec. 4 12/02/13 [Last modified: Tuesday, December 3, 2013 3:20pm]
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