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Hernando real estate transactions for April 9

Published Apr. 7, 2014


615 Savannah Oaks Dr., to Edward Entwistle by National Mortgage Association Federal & Mae Fannie, $268,000, 01/30/2014.

433 N Lemon Ave., to Wells Fargo Bank Na & Wachovia Bank Na by Ehud Mekler & Hope Mekler, $193,600, 02/18/2014.

15186 Woodbury Rd., to Benjamin M. Johnson & Jennifer L. Johnson by William J. Weidner Jr. & Wendy Ann Weidner, $155,000, 03/06/2014.

15096 Copper Loop, to Jaime D. Dejesus & Priscilla R. Dejesus by Jenna M. Pecsenka, $123,500, 03/05/2014.

14304 Sorrel St., to Jessica R. Mischloney & Michele M. Hardin by Wayne D. Willman & Sharon Willman, $110,000, 02/28/2014.

15422 Saratoga Dr., to Minerva Morales by Walter Gordon & Marlene Gordon, $109,500, 03/05/2014.

18562 Lake Lindsey Rd., to Lynda B. Hope by William M. Anderson & Anna Albert, $60,000, 02/28/2014.

20120 Suncrest Dr., to Mitchell Wright by Carolyn Louise Waddey, $43,200, 03/07/2014.


172 Peach Tree Dr., to Charles Choquette & Sandra Choquette by Woodrow Dean Wheetley & Brian Wheetley Atty In Fact, $170,000, 02/27/2014.

13398 Twin Lake Ave., to Sandy Francisco by Mae Fannie & National Mortgage Association Federal, $147,900, 02/27/2014.

2504 Bonkirk Ave., to Robert H. Hein & Diana L. Hein by William P. Carr Jr. & Ellen Carr, $115,000, 03/07/2014.

7468 Hidden Hills Dr., to Bishel Janice Youngman & Janice Youngman Bishel by Irene Y. IVes, $114,900, 03/05/2014.

3363 Eileen Ave., to Kenneth G. Evans III. & Lori C. Evans by Mae Fannie & National Mortgage Association Federal, $106,000, 02/21/2014.

1296 Bentley Ave., to Sfra LLC by Stress Free Property Management Inc, $90,500, 02/26/2014.

11455 Kerridale Ave., to Kristina M. Mccabe by Mae Fannie & National Mortgage Association Federal, $65,000, 01/31/2014.

11320 Riddle Dr., to Jerry C. Rodgers Jr. by Florida Eagle Investments LLC, $62,000, 03/03/2014.

6339 Sunbird Ln., to Shilpa Patel by Mae Fannie & National Mortgage Association Federal, $42,000, 02/26/2014.


8978 Bonnet Way, to National Mortgage Association Federal by Ronnie G. Sturgeon, $137,900, 01/28/2014.


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