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Portland High Street Home Sells for $217,000

Two other homes sell for over $160,000 in this week's property transfer list.

The following information was provided by the Town Clerk's Office at the . The information is a matter of public record.

Aug. 17

Bruce J. Morrison transferred the property at 47 High St. to Justin M. Sloan and Emily-Jane M. DeMartino on Aug. 17 for $217,000. The conveyance tax was $1,627.50. The transaction was recorded on Aug. 17.

Sept. 4

Eileen L. Moynihan transferred the property at 51 Indian Hill Ave. to Patrick J. Moynihan on Sept. 4. There was no cost or conveyance tax listed in the record.

Bank of America, N.A., transferred the property at 269 Main St. to NAICED, LLC. No cost, date or conveyance tax was listed in the record.

Sept. 6

Robert C. Fusari transferred the property at 150 Summer St. to Mark Lastrina on Aug. 30. There was no cost or conveyance tax listed in the record. The transaction was recorded on Sept. 6.

Helen B. Munno transferred the property at 7 Willow St. to Brenda R. Reilly on Sept. 5 for $190,000. The conveyance tax was $1,625. The transaction was recorded on Sept. 6

PHH Mortgage Corporation transferred the property at 17 Wagon Wheel Lane to the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development on May 3 for $10. The transaction was listed as a “limited warranty” in the record. The transaction was recorded on Sept. 6.

GMAC Mortgage, LLC, transferred the property at 532 Main St. to Federal National Mortgage Association on April 12. The transaction was listed as a “quitclaim” and there was no cost or conveyance tax listed in the record. The transaction was recorded on Sept 6.

Frederick E. Krauth Jr. transferred the property at 9 Bell Court to Theresa A. Krauth on Sept. 6. There was no cost or conveyance tax listed in the record.

Sept. 7

Lisa T. Golebiewski transferred the property at 9 Perry Ave. to Kevin J. Traunig on Sept. 6 for $160,000. The conveyance tax was $1,200. The transaction was recorded on Sept. 7.

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