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Hernando real estate transactions for March 12


27271 Hickory Hill Rd., to Justin White & Julie M. White by First Bank & Coast Bank Of Florida, $200,000, 01/10/2014.

7230 Periwinkle Ct., to Kenneth Skidmore by National Mortgage Association Federal & Mae Fannie, $132,000, 01/17/2014.

29551 Wildlife Ln., to Catherine Elizabeth Tuckerman & James R. Tuckerman by Jeremy Bailey & Ryan Bailey, $80,000, 01/10/2014.

7326 Mina Ave., to Robert Mater & William Mater by Robert E. Newcomb & Vera J. Newcomb, $54,000, 01/10/2014.


13222 Weatherstone Dr., to Stephen Predoehl & Lezanne J. Draper by D R Horton Inc, $210,100, 12/30/2013.

4591 Secretariat Run, to Lena R. Null Wood by Keith Elliott & Nancy J. Elliott, $181,900, 01/15/2014.

13441 Chesapeake Pl., to Luis G. Ortiz by D R Horton Inc, $179,800, 01/06/2014.

11443 Ferendina Way, to Benjamin T. Miller & Benjamin T. Miller Ii. by Federal Home Home Loan Mortgage Corporation & Connor Llp Aldridge Atty In Fact, $150,000, 12/27/2013.

5255 Elwood Rd., to Laura A. Meadows by Liberty Trust Holdings LLC & 5255 Elwood Road Land Trust, $130,000, 01/17/2014.

7100 Pond View Ct., to John Sopko & Janet Sopko by Lawrence J. Myers & Arline L. Myers, $119,000, 01/09/2014.

14033 Conyers St., to Carl J. Nichols Sr. & Patricia A. Nichols by Jeanette Davis & Jeannette Davis, $115,000, 01/14/2014.

27 Fairmont Dr., to Charles D. Moran by U S Bank Na & Banc Of America Funding Corporation Mortgage Pass Through Certificates Series 2006 G, $114,000, 01/21/2014.

11303 Linden Dr., to Ye Cao & Nan Hu by Carmen F. Santiago Perez & Carmen F. Santiago, $97,000, 01/22/2014.

4211 Augustine Rd., to Michael J. Albright by Keith G. Nielsen & Monica R. Nielsen, $89,900, 01/17/2014.

2471 Whispering Pines Ct., to William H. Allhusen & Catherine Dolores Allhusen by Ruth B. Lewis, $88,000, 01/15/2014.

9139 Eldridge Rd., to Keila D. Viel & Andres Viel Jr. by Carmen L. Johnson, $74,500, 01/17/2014.

336 Cobblestone Dr., to Michael C. Koehler & Vincent F. Koehler by Deutsche Bank National Trust Company & Accredited Mortgage Loan Trust 2006 1 Asset Backed Notes, $53,000, 01/02/2014.

521 Hollyhock Ln., to Michael Lima by John R. Knobl & Carol R. Knobl, $41,600, 01/15/2014.


8381 Mobile Cir., to John J. Coughlin & Pamela D. Coughlin by Lynn Marie Heine & Dale H. Heine, $317,500, 01/15/2014.

5347 Suwannee Rd., to Edmund J. Kelly & Anita S. Kelly by Morris G. Briggs, $240,000, 01/15/2014.

9316 Southern Belle Dr., to Ronald Masik & Betty Masik by Mark J. Clark & Hazel R. Reinheimer, $160,000, 01/13/2014.

Hernando real estate transactions for March 12 03/10/14 [Last modified: Monday, March 10, 2014 3:50pm]
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