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Hillsborough real estate transactions for Dec. 1, 2013

LITHIA

16121 Starling Crossing Dr., to Jeffrey T. Turner by Beazer Homes Corp, $238,000, 10-17-2013.

TAMPA

408 S Arrawana Ave. A1, to Jennifer Albano by Frank Jason Adler & Frank Jason Adler Trustee, $162,000, 10-10-2013.

501 E Adalee St., to Wynton Jamal Campbell by Badger Investments LLC, $149,800, 09-20-2013.

1312 Divot Ln., to Badger Investments LLC by Mae Fannie & Federal National Mortgage Assn, $80,500, 09-16-2013.

3608 W Anderson Ave., to Vinod LLC by Stress Free Property Management Inc, $72,000, 09-24-2013.

5217 Corvette Dr., to Blanca N. Ferro by Badger Investments LLC, $61,000, 10-07-2013.

10908 N 22nd St., to Tmwslv LLC by West Florida Wholesale Properties LLC, $55,000, 10-04-2013.

8707 Friendship Ct., to Nicole Lynn Martin by Jeanne M. Debaldo & Jeanne Knight, $54,000, 10-05-2013.

>> the listings

Editor's note: Due to a technical issue, this week's real estate listings are limited to just a handful of transactions. We expect the Hillsborough data to return to normal shortly and apologize for this week's abbreviated listings.

Transactions are $40,000 or more, listed in descending order. Published addresses are the mailing addresses recorded by buyers on the deeds. Usually, they reflect the location of the property that changed hands. In some cases, the transaction is a refinancing that resulted in deed modification.

Real estate transactions for Hillsborough County appear weekly in this section. Tampa listings include all transactions in which Tampa has been given as the address. Areas such as Carrollwood, Town 'N Country and New Tampa are commonly listed under Tampa.

Hillsborough real estate transactions for Dec. 1, 2013 11/27/13 [Last modified: Wednesday, November 27, 2013 7:02pm]
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