Real Estate Transfers

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Real Estate Transfers


BARTLETT

Property transfers listed in area communities for the period of March 28 through April 3, 1996.

$204,990, 2063 Norwich Dr., Centex Homes to Dzung and Jennifer Vo, April 1.

$200,441, 140 Troutman Dr. Centex Homes to Spencer H. and Laurie R. Ruhlin, April 3.

$194,984, 220 Carroll Way, Centex Homes to Donald C. and Stacey L. Harbour, April 1.

$160,000, 120 Bartlett Ave., Charter Bank Tr. to ***, March 28.

$157,000, 677 Golfers Ln., First Union c/o Kanderson to Mary and John Gianfrancesco, March 29.

$139,000, 1032 W. Maplewood, Patricia Cyzyz to Edward and Debbie Baranowski, April 2.

$120,000, North Bartlett Rd., Union National Bank & Tr. Co. of Elgin to Edwardo Pontarelli and Elvira Pontarelli, April 3.

HANOVER PARK

Property transfers listed in area communities for the period of March 28 through April 3, 1996.

$153,000, 1581 Walnut, Anthony C. Martini and Valerie W. Nartini to Jose Luis Lopez, April 3.

$140,600, 1511 Birch, Anthony and Tammera Ambrosia to Gregory and Dorothy Neighbor, April 3.

$135,000, 8040 Carrolton Court, Terrence J. and Marleen F. Madigan to Tomas Yescas, Elena Perez and Evelia Perez, April 2.

$135,000, 880 Dartmouth, Dennis A. Enberg to Ryszard Krasowski, April 3.

$134,500, 2021 Oasage Ln., Craig W. Kallmayer to John A. Handtmann, April 2.

$134,500, 8170 Northway Drive, Loran D. Beals and Sharon K. Beals to Greg E. Rizzo and Lynda A. Rizzo, April 1.

$128,000, 2060 Sycamore, Harris Bank Palatine Tr. to Dale Legaioli, April 2.

$88,500, 7661 Weymouth Circle, Michael and Ann Kampsen to Francoise Dencs, March 28.

$75,000, 1310B Kingsbury, James R. and Andrea L. Dinse to Carlos and Guadalupe Nunez, April 1.

$71,500, 1330 Kingsbury, No. 6, Gregory E. and Lynda A. Rizzo to Henry Clay Stewart III, April 3.

STREAMWOOD

Property transfers listed in area communities for the period of March 28 through April 3, 1996.

$159,000, 10 Wildrose Court, Laurie J. Koch to Benjamin Campos, March 28.

$148,000, 610 Hayward Ave., Michael F. Doody and Lou Ann Doody to Kanmanee Tussanawetin and Kriss Toondarack, April 1.

$144,500, 113 Somerset Drive, Gerald W. Buxton III to William H. Kent and Melissa E. Bergschneider, April 2.

$139,000, 105 Red Cedar, Michelle L. Sprong to Antonio Costa, Lorenzo Costa and Josephina Ann Citrano, March 29.

$137,000, 457 Ascot Lane, Daniel M. Duffy to Thomas C. Shortino, March 28.

$137,000, 411 Library Lane, Adam and Henryka Krupa to Kenneth R. and Sandra K. Hixon, April 2.

$135,000, 1110 Woodland Heights Blvd., Arthur J. Barsotti to David and Claudia Hornback, April 1.

$131,500, 470 Ascot Lane, Ralph J. Ehrman and Felice G. Ehrman to Adil Asghar and Martinanne Boogard, April 3.

$131,000, 418 Robinhood, Daniel and Linda Trost to Timothy and Gaylene Colliver, April 3.

$120,000, 805 Miller Lane, Mike Garwacki to Andres Dela Tore, April 1.

$118,000, 104 Jill Lane, Richard S. Balazic and Brenda Balazic to Antonio Arriaga and Shiela Arriaga, April 3.

$108,500, 518 Country Lane, Howard and Teri Levey to Kathleen Lazarski, April 3.

$108,000, 1217 Klein Drive, Eve and Al Latino to Norma and Wanda Kullas, April 2.

$107,000, 718 Sunset Circle, Francisco W. Hernandez and Cecilia D. Hernandez to Arthur Vazquez and Judith Vazquez, April 2.

$104,500, 155 Hazelnut, Laura Smith to Katherine Kim, March 28.

$99,000, 293 Whitewood Drive, Steven Ray Pitts and Kathleen M. Pitts to Phillip V. Mendoza and Jennifer L. Mendoza, April 3.

$78,500, 703 Garden Circle, No. 2, Sean R. Elliott to Paul R. Brown, April 3.

HOFFMAN ESTATES

Property transfers listed in area communities for the period of March 28 through April 3, 1996. …

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