Sunday, July 22, 2018
Real Estate

Hernando County real estate transactions for Jan. 12, 2018

BROOKSVILLE

19808 Tattnall Way, to Robbie Lee Brenneke by Bruce G. Roshong & Patricia J. Roshong, $235,000, 11/03/2017

711 Keeling St., to Keesha C. Mills by Ressel Inc, $230,000, 10/27/2017

12452 Moon Rd., to Gene Kelly Santiago & Yvette Santiago by Frank Philip Territo Ii, $162,000, 10/31/2017

434 Hamlin Way, to Flipping Fools LLC by Peter Raffaele, $154,900, 11/07/2017

9283 Scepter Ave., to James J. Saul & Janice K. Saul by Stuart G. Meadows & Pamela J. Meadows, $125,000, 11/03/2017

204 Dogwood Dr., to Gayla R. Kilbride by Lawrence E. Ayers, $100,000, 11/08/2017

12311 Hallmark Ave., to Ken Jarvis & Trudy Jarvis by Ron Erie & Monica Erie, $87,000, 11/10/2017

12592 Fairway Ave., to Nancy J. Manchester by Jesse Spratt & David Spratt, $70,800, 11/03/2017

8394 Central Ave., to Gerald L. Haney & Wanda D. Haney by Louie V. Hall, $70,000, 11/16/2017

14863 Rialto Ave., to Kenneth Gormley & Susan Gormley by Arthur J. Murray & Murray Family Trust, $69,000, 11/03/2017

14877 Rialto Ave., to Judith Walker Trustee & Michelle B Hacko Irrevocable Trust by Nicholas Vandetti, $50,000, 11/06/2017

SPRING HILL

1447 Algood Rd., to Richard W. Burger by Jose Rivera & Minerva Rivera, $275,000, 11/08/2017

13048 Pirate Ln., to Yosvany Reyes & Zuleika Figueredo Borroto by Freddy Napoleoni & Samantha J. Napoleoni, $250,000, 11/03/2017

13411 Chesapeake Pl., to Jack V. Dickerson by Ralph D. Guilliams & Beate K. Guilliams, $240,000, 11/03/2017

446 Romine Ct., to Stephanie Lyons & Peter Lyons by Dick L. Christensen Trustee & Peggy E. Christensen Trustee, $235,000, 11/01/2017

13529 Rudi Loop, to Robert M. Rivera & Cathy L. Rivera by Richard W. Carter & Deborah D. Carter, $235,000, 11/09/2017

12715 Wind Chime Ct., to Mark Stephen Semethy by Jeannine M. Phelps, $233,700, 11/09/2017

10059 Dunkirk Rd., to Joel Pineiro & Nitza Gonzalez Reyes by Pasquale Forcino & Joann Forcino, $219,900, 10/30/2017

3130 Marshall Ave., to Jose Torres & Nancy Torres by Philip Bomhoff, $208,000, 11/08/2017

4408 Gaston St., to Thomas Brodie & Karen Brodie by Daniel C. Smyth & Darlene C. Smyth, $205,000, 11/06/2017

2250 Malaga Ave., to Ismael Franco & Marta Franco by Campground Estateoperties LLC, $200,000, 10/31/2017

3251 Lema Dr., to Dylan Johnson by Leen Abdelamir & Leen Abdel Amir, $197,000, 11/10/2017

7375 Turf Ln., to Mark E. Poulos & Kathleen Poulos by Donald M. Witt & Lalaine C. Witt, $191,000, 11/06/2017

10248 Jordan St., to Oca Neyda Montes De by John W. Weir, $189,000, 11/07/2017

12203 Bonview Ln., to Terry L. Spencer & Catrina Ann Spencer by Stephen H. Spring & Jennifer A. Spring, $184,900, 11/03/2017

1454 Willow Creek Ter., to John C. Welch & Shelley M. Welch by Elizabeth Decausemaker & Elizabeth Decausemaker Trust, $184,000, 11/06/2017

8491 Gibralter St., to Edward S. Hubbard Jr & Barbara Ann Hubbard by Revolution Holdings LLC, $179,900, 11/09/2017

7244 Anhinga Ct., to James E. Greene Jr & Karen D. Cox Greene by Mac Real Estate Investments LLC, $178,100, 11/04/2017

8219 Berkeley Manor Blvd., to Kimberly L. Carter by Sofia Vogt, $175,000, 11/20/2017

5343 Bayonne Ave., to Heather Nicole Barnett by Jeffrey M. Fine & Irena S. Fine, $162,000, 11/27/2017

4650 Glenburne Dr., to Nicole Wheeler by Thomas Setzer, $156,000, 11/03/2017

4498 Bluewater Ave., to Sergio M. Quintana by Rebecca D. Tinkham, $155,000, 11/07/2017

3400 Ambassador Ave., to Michael B. Elverd Jr & Kayla A. Elverd by Barbara M. Brown Trustee & 3400 Ambassador Land Trust, $155,000, 11/06/2017

10440 Henderson St., to Hiram Turell by Libora O. G. Frias & Abigael Garcia Deam Atty In Fact, $150,100, 10/30/2017

13662 Covey Run Pl., to Brian K. Dahmer by Joseph Ferreira & Darcie Ferreira, $150,000, 11/13/2017

113 Rosedale Ave., to Ilona Broderick by Michael Krizmanich Trustee & 113 Rosedale Avenue Land Trust, $149,000, 11/08/2017

2190 Orchard Park Dr., to Louise J. Holmes by Charles A. Victoria & Jaime L. Victoria, $138,000, 11/03/2017

9627 Langan St., to Titos Santiago Jr by Richard W. Carter Jr & Vicki Carter, $124,900, 11/01/2017

5071 Kirkwell Cir., to Cortney R. Cameron & Eric Johnson by Gregory T. Hardy, $118,000, 11/01/2017

9353 Belvedere St., to Brent Nagle & Sara Nagle by Pauline Valenzano, $117,000, 10/30/2017

5485 Ashland Dr., to Teresa A. Erickson by Doris E. Susman & Mark Daniel Susan, $104,000, 11/06/2017

4027 Sugarfoot Dr., to Diane Mellish & Lisa Mellish by Charles Henry West, $85,000, 11/03/2017

5014 Landover Blvd., to Michael Lion & Donna Lion by Frank J. Terkovich Trustee & Margaret M. Terkovich Trustee, $85,000, 11/03/2017

6391 Fairlawn St., to Micah Anthony LLC by Wilmington Trust Na & Citibank Na, $67,000, 10/31/2017

WEEKI WACHEE

8443 Nittany Rd., to Ray Gary Delphey III & Carchedichristina by Ttgoperties Inc, $189,000, 10/27/2017

11297 Frigate Bird Ave., to Tina Bianco by Timothy M. Hoover & Barbara A. Hoover, $185,000, 11/07/2017

18034 Macassar Rd., to Daniel Hinchey & Brittany Hinchey by Ronald M. Stuhrmanna, $176,900, 11/01/2017

9376 Nakoma Way, to Jeffry L. Mayer by Thomas G. Mcnerny & Susan L. Mcnerny, $70,000, 12/11/2017

9314 Grizzly Bear Ln., to Joseph Crawford & Christie Lee Crawford by Richard D. Gillespie & Judith Gillespie, $50,000, 10/26/2017

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