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Pasco real estate transactions for Jan. 15


37014 Highland Bluff Cir., to Regions Bnk & Mtg Regions by Highland Bluff Prop Owners Assn Inc & Paula S. As Clerk Oneil, $111,800, 1/3/2014.

37314 Moceri Ave., to Mary G. Stinyard by Robert C. Allender, $45,000, 1/2/2014.


1540 Linstock Dr., to Ims Prop Inc by Dsrs LLC, $65,000, 1/1/2014.


14152 Faldo Ct., to Denise Dupont & Matthew Jerabek by Alan L. Downey & Susan M. Thompson, $179,000, 1/2/2014.

14753 Potterton Cir., to Shiela G. Lowman by Richard Brennan, $125,000, 1/3/2014.

10932 Claverton Ave., to John R. Papa by James Higgins & Susan Higgins, $115,000, 1/3/2014.

16820 Camille St., to Elaine Vanknowe by Linda A. Schopfer, $70,000, 1/4/2014.

8637 Summer Dr., to Williams David Lee Trust by Hogar Community Reinvestment LLC, $48,900, 1/2/2014.


17840 Machair Ln., to Guardian American Prop LLC by Federal Home Loan Mtg Corp, $216,000, 1/2/2014.

2706 Mingo Dr., to Provident Funding Assoc L P by Dawn M. Chiacchio & Simeone Chiacchio, $169,100, 1/6/2014.

9216 Lost Mill Dr., to Nationstar Mtg LLC by Judy Nguyen & Paula S. As Clerk Oneil, $145,400, 1/6/2014.

17439 Hugh Ln., to Deutsche Bnk Natlust Co & Indymac Indx Mtg Loan Trust 2006 Ar11 by Ballantrae Homeowners Assn Inc & Kelley Mr Mccmahon, $77,000, 1/7/2014.


24927 Panacea Ct., to Of America Bank by Jane Doe & John Doe, $172,600, 1/6/2014.

24313 Rolling View Ct., to Nationstar Mtg LLC by Gulf Cr Un Bay, $155,700, 1/7/2014.

1859 Mazo Mnr U8, to Herbert E. Williams by Annie C. Buttry, $120,000, 1/3/2014.


8819 Linebrook Dr., to Freo Florida LLC by Mark A. Jones & Michele G. Jones, $222,000, 1/3/2014.

9634 Cavendish Ct., to Anita Marcincuk & Robert Marcincuk by Linda S. Korell, $145,000, 1/3/2014.

9914 Trevino Dr., to Nancy W. Dailey & Timothy J. Dailey by Steven J. Ganes, $132,500, 1/3/2014.

4519 Alligator Dr., to Annette Simm by Phyllis G. Pearman, $118,000, 1/7/2014.

6141 Central Ave., to Ioannis Zoumadakis & Katherine Zoumadakis by Deborah B. Jones & William C. Jones, $77,000, 1/6/2014.

5538 Senate Ln., to Suntrust Mtg Inc by Great Western Bnk & Western Financial Serv Great, $71,500, 1/2/2014.


1111 Rolling Stone Run, to Deutsche Bnk Natlust Co & Gsaa Home Equity Trust 2006 2 by Argent Mtg Co LLC & Adriana A. Franco, $160,600, 1/3/2014.


11772 Spring Tree Ln., to Nicholas Ogorodnik by Desmond P. Daly, $52,000, 1/2/2014.

10903 Leeds Rd., to Ann M. Orr by Page David Trust & David W. Page, $50,000, 1/3/2014.

9105 Collage Ln., to Hilda M. Cain & Joseph C. Cain by Elaine Kearney, $40,000, 1/2/2014.


18108 Drayton St., to Keven Osterloh & Lisa Osterloh by Anthony Ingargiola, $75,500, 1/3/2014.


27024 Winged Elm Dr., to Keith Edward Omalley & Lisa Ann Omalley by Janet Rowland & Ragan Rowland, $467,000, 1/2/2014.

31403 Wrencrest Dr., to Chandra D. Teter & Paul C. Teter by Denz Inc, $195,400, 1/3/2014.

4523 Hawksley Pl., to Alternative Loan Trust 20076 8cb & Of Ny Mellon Bank Trustee by Pk Of Pasco Co Hamilton & Marshall J. Mcdougall, $186,600, 1/3/2014.

30617 Wrencrest Dr., to National City Bnk by Leilani Caracciolo & Paula S. As Clerk &. Comptroller Oneil, $145,200, 1/2/2014.

30747 Pumpkin Ridge Dr., to Deutsche Alt A Securities Mtgs Loan Trust & Hsbc Bnk Usa by Edwin M. Medrano & Paula S. As Clerk &. Comptroller Oneil, $138,600, 1/6/2014.

6524 Tabogi Trl, to Citimortgage Inc by Chapel Pines Homeowners Assn Inc & Cynthia J. Franco, $101,100, 1/6/2014.


7619 Weehawken Dr., to Hsbc Bnk Usa & Pass Through Certificates Mortgage by Avia Marie Bowen & Avia Marie Mr Bowen, $61,600, 1/6/2014.

35411 Perch Dr., to Of America Bank by Of America Bank & Daniel Green, $49,100, 1/3/2014.

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