Real Estate Transfers

Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL), May 6, 1996 | Go to article overview

Real Estate Transfers


Recent property transfers around the Fox Valley:

Algonquin

$231,611, 1 Fieldcrest Court, Algonquin 60102, 19-29-400-023, 024, Pulte Home Corp. to Chris J. Nichols, April 16.

$227,000, 470 Flora Drive, Algonquin 60102, 19-32-200-009, United Homes, Inc. to Wladyslaw T. and Wladyslawa H. Tomkiewicz, April 12.

$175,000, 1661 Edgewood, Algonquin 60102, 19-32-627-053, Vincent Lombardi and Bonnie Morgan to Brian and Deirdre Rafferty, April 11.

$167,965, 1130 Dawson Lane, Algonquin 60102, 19-32-100-002, Pulte Home Corp. to Patrick and Linda Yorek, April 16.

$162,000 14 Ridge Route No. 3, Algonquin 60102, 19-24-326-003-0040, 19-24-326-004-0040, Frank Warga to Camille L. Warga, April 11.

$147,000, 390 Partridge Court, Algonquin 60102, 19-28-354-010, John M. and Sharon M. Casey to Frank Lile Jr. and Lori A. Fleming, April 12.

$130,433, 1387 Grandview Court, Algonquin 60102, 19-28-301-011, Maywood Proviso State Bank to Dennis S. Meyer and Victoria A. Gorski, April 12.

$129,500, 802 Oceola, Algonquin 60102, 19-34-357-001, Arelene C. Miller to Lewis S. and Kimberly D. Kortas, April 12.

$112,000, 1200 Geringer St., Algonquin 60102, 19-27-256-025-0040, David M. Holtz to Scott and Kimberly Lamb, April 12.

$74,900, 345 Winchester Drive, Algonquin 60102, 19-29-378-013, Kennedy Group Limited Parnership to Andrzej and Korota Kowalozyk, April 12.

$49,500, 3205 East Bend, Algonquin 60102, 19-23-428-006, Jason and Stacey Rosenthal to Juan Raymundo, April 12.

$45,000, 1638 Short Road, Algonquin 60102, 19-26-102-020, Edwin J. and Delores J. Ozimek to Kenneth B. Fishleigh, April 17.

Carpentersville

$169,000, 1650 Gleneagle Drive, Carpentersville 60110, No PIN Number, Oak Brook Bank TR No. 2743 to Ronald Sain and Laurie Ptak, April 16.

$169,500, 998 Cortney Circle, Carpentersville 60110, 03-21-401-001, Kennedy Group Limited Partnership to Michael and Maureen Chencinski, April 16.

$159,500, 1704 Farmside Drive, Carpentersville 60110, No PIN Number, Oak Brook Bank TR No. 2743 to Michael Schwass and Deborah Schwass, April 11.

$150,500, 1705 Farmside Drive, Carpentersville 60110, No PIN Number, Oak Brook Bank TR No. 2743 to Timothy and Peggy Bell, April 15.

$116,500, 139 Pueblo, Carpentersville 60110, 03-11-276-007, Tim Reeves to Alexander and Jane Wilson, April 17.

$112,000, 90 Golfview Lane, Carpentersville 60110, 03-13-382-024, James and Sally Jibuekka to Scott and Wendy Licko, April 16.

$105,000, 112 Granada Road, Carpentersville 60110, 03-11-279-016, Frank Staats Jr, and Delores Staats to Manuel Ugalde and Everardo Leon, April 12.

Crystal Lake

$557,500, 7605 Bonnie Ridge, Crystal Lake 60014, 18-11-401-003, Donna M. Schuring to Daniel J. and Donna L. Slavin, April 16.

$490,000, 186 Virginia Road, Crystal Lake 60014, 19-09-353-008, Eesco, Inc. to CDW Realco, Inc., April 11.

$330,000, 3908 Meandering Way, Crystal Lake 60014, 19-02-151-005, Sidney C. and Barbara J. Harac to Anthony P. and Jean D. Hoholik, April 11.

$274,700, 1061 Plaintain Court, Crystal Lake 60014, 18-12-203-023, Maywood Proviso State Bank to James H. and Carolyn Beck, April 12.

$252,500, 7715 Loch Glen Drive, Crystal Lake 60014, 18-11-404-008-0040, Home State Bank N.A. to Eunice Fuhler, April 17.

$229,500, 1566 Driftwood Court, Crystal Lake 60014, 18-13-454-018, Christopher and Kathleen Alvares to David and Susan Franz, April 11

$189,424, 645 Kendallwood Court, Crystal Lake 60014, 19-07-454-031, Home State Bank to Stanley C. and Joan V. Malek, April 15.

$184,000, 4606 Daniel Drive, Crystal Lake 60014, 19-03-127-015, Michael L. and Susan K. Marchetti to Thomas R. and Maureen Starmack, April 12.

$149,500, 107 Pauline Ave., Crystal Lake 60014, 18-02-426-025, Dingsh J. and Reena D. Sheth to Sujit D.

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