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DADE CITY

14025 17th St., to Lyndsie Rebecca Dodd & Ryan Wayne Dodd by Charles Michael Gillman & Joshua Caleb Gillman, $207,500, 4/7/2017.

36110 Serbia Spruce Dr., to Dawn Marie Perc by Margaret L. Hineman & William C. Hineman, $127,000, 4/11/2017.

HOLIDAY

3323 Elkridge Dr., to Lisa R. E. Savopoulos & Stratos Savopoulos by Fields Family Trust & Marilyn Sue Voisin, $58,000, 4/7/2017.

4252 Cedar Grove St., to Sarah M. Williams by Linda Marshall Barwick & William C. Marshall, $50,000, 4/12/2017.

HUDSON

14120 Kulig Ct., to Glenn E. Rhodes by Suzanne M. Rieman, $238,500, 4/11/2017.

11218 Brooklawn Dr., to Daniel R. Charest & Terry L. Charest by Berthaida Roman & Betzaida Roman, $165,000, 4/13/2017.

13107 Squire Ct., to Donna Jean Shoemate & Robert Eugene Shoemate by Beulah Burnett, $142,000, 4/4/2017.

9811 Dick St., to Anthony Manos & Jacquelyn Manos by Edna M. Oliva, $90,000, 4/13/2017.

9707 Gene St., to Deborah Darlene Lilley & Eunice D. Neely by Michelle Perkins, $46,500, 4/12/2017.

LAND O LAKES

8455 Lagerfeld Dr., to Amy Marie Hammant by Kted2 LLC, $225,000, 4/10/2017.

2903 Butterfly Landing Dr., to Archie Moore & Ginelle K. Moore by Frances B. Aspiras & George Jammal, $179,900, 4/5/2017.

24902 Gun Smoke Dr., to Savings Fund Society Fsb Wilmington by Gina Batcho & Matt Batcho, $160,500, 4/12/2017.

10108 Perthshire Cir., to Deutsche Bank National Trust Company by Any & All Unknown Parties & Asbel Creek Association Incorporated, $139,500, 4/12/2017.

LUTZ

24818 Siena Dr., to Chad Cowan & Tiffany Cowan by Barbara J. Drake & Christopher L. Drake, $190,000, 4/12/2017.

20929 Leonard Rd., to Glenn Scott Seidel by Mildred Rafail, $125,000, 4/10/2017.

NEW PORT RICHEY

8132 Silver Mist Pl., to Brent E. Albright & Stacey M. Albright by Doreen J. Clement & Richard H. Clement, $338,000, 4/6/2017.

4226 Anaconda Dr., to Elisa Echevarria & Richard Echevarria by Bruce A. Blubaum & Pamela J. Blubaum, $325,000, 4/7/2017.

9810 Springmeadow Dr., to Bruce A. Blubaum & Pamela J. Blubaum by Elizabeth M. Grakul & Julien P. Grakul, $250,000, 4/11/2017.

3644 Heron Island Dr., to John Baker & Kerstin Baker by Jennifer Hunt & Matthew Hunt, $165,600, 4/11/2017.

7137 Planza Ct., to Wanda Latimer by Ruben D. Correa Ortiz, $135,000, 4/12/2017.

9140 Outpost Dr., to Adym Ernst & Ashley Ernst by Deana Ammons & Deana A. Orr, $90,000, 4/11/2017.

4809 Myrtle Oak Dr. Unit 23, to Stephen C. Edwards & Katherine J. Mcleod by Patricia Davies & Paul E. Davies, $60,000, 4/11/2017.

6609 Spring Flower Dr. Apt 24, to Tadeusz Szablowski by Jose S. Gomez & Gomez Belgica Polanco, $54,000, 4/8/2017.

PORT RICHEY

9242 Glen Moor Ln., to Eduardo Cordovez & Emma Dure by Embassy Hills Residential Trust & John A. Zawacki, $99,900, 4/10/2017.

7805 Treasure Pointe Dr., to Alexander Thompson by Erica Jacques Crosby, $86,000, 4/6/2017.

9106 Greenbriar Ln., to Asam Properties LLC by In God We Trust Investment Properties LLC, $85,000, 4/7/2017.

SPRING HILL

17801 Medley Ave., to Edward C. Zintel & Lori A. Zintel by Matthew E. Kalbach, $108,000, 4/6/2017.

WESLEY CHAPEL

29301 Birds Eye Dr., to Jacob Min Choe & Melissa Griggs Choe by Roche Katherine Conde & Gabriel Roche Jr., $213,000, 4/7/2017.

ZEPHYRHILLS

6708 Forbes Rd., to Jeffrey H. Westervelt by Joseph Graham & Katrina Graham, $180,000, 4/12/2017.

5338 23rd St., to Bryan C. Gendron by Long & Associate Of Tampa LLC, $96,000, 4/3/2017.

37555 Daliha Ter., to Lakeview Loan Servicing LLC by Eiland Park Townhomes Association Inc & L. Spivey Robert, $68,800, 4/12/2017.

38529 11th Ave., to Us Bank Na by James Garrity & Joy Garrity, $46,800, 4/11/2017.

38511 Stafford Dr., to Ricky Gene Brown by David Paulson & Lois Paulson, $42,800, 4/11/2017.

Pasco real estate transactions 05/10/17 [Last modified: Wednesday, May 10, 2017 6:10pm]
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