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Seven Properties Change Hands; Highest $390K

Brookfield Property Transfers: April 16 through April 20.

29 Secor Road

Grantor: Melissa Reinke, of Danbury
Grantee: Daniel and Dana Murphy, of Brookfield
Date Deeded/Date Filed: April 13/April 16
Conveyance Tax: $975
Sale Price: $390,000
Assessed Value: $211,890
Last Sale Date/Price: October 2006/$486,000

4 Pondview Drive

Grantor: Edson Elias, of Brookfield
Grantee: Evania Elias, of Brookfield
Date Deeded/Date Filed: March 29/April 16
Conveyance Tax: $0
Sale Price: Quitclaim Deed
Assessed Value: $169,440
Last Sale Date/Price: May 2007/$309,000

20 Old Grays Bridge Road

Grantor: Stephen Kelley, of Brookfield
Grantee: Grays Bridge Partners LLC, Danbury
Date Deeded/Date Filed: April 5/April 16
Conveyance Tax: $0
Sale Price: Easement
Assessed Value: $406,280
Last Sale Date/Price: September 1995/$149,000

25 Ironworks Hill Road

Grantor: Shelley Norkowski, of Brookfield
Grantee: Joseph Norkowski, of Brookfield
Date Deeded/Date Filed: April 16/April 17
Conveyance Tax: $0
Sale Price: Quitclaim Deed
Assessed Value: $325,110
Last Sale Date/Price: August 2003/$575,000

14 Berkshire Drive

Grantor: John Edward I LLC, Brookfield
Grantee: Brandon and Elizabeth Moore, of Brookfield
Date Deeded/Date Filed: April 16/April 17
Conveyance Tax: $725
Sale Price: $290,000
Assessed Value: $199,680
Last Sale Date/Price: August 2011/$157,600

22 Knollcrest Drive

Grantor: Daniel and Susan Butchko, of Brookfield
Grantee: Ridgefield Bank Mortgage Corporation, Ridgefield
Date Deeded/Date Filed: April 18/April 18
Conveyance Tax: $0
Sale Price: Foreclosure
Assessed Value: $216,530
Last Sale Date/Price: September 1985/$134,900

9 Forest Trail

Grantor: Mimi Molden, of Marathon, FL
Grantee: Valley Mortgage Corporation, Marathon, FL
Date Deeded/Date Filed: April 11/April 20
Conveyance Tax: $0
Sale Price: Quitclaim Deed
Assessed Value: $157,830
Last Sale Date/Price: October 2011/$125,000

All assessed values are based on Vision Appraisal's 2011 assessment.

Steven DeVaux April 27, 2012 at 06:23 PM
So one house flipped for a profit, another sold at a loss, one was foreclosed on, one went back to the bank and the others were just title transfers. Not exactly a real estate "boom". At that rate, assuming the same rate holds up Brookfield could be up to 8 houses sold per month and 2 of them pay a commission on the sale. Hardly a liveable wage to pay the taxes if the realtors live in Brookfield.
Peter NAPOLI May 04, 2012 at 01:48 PM
I know, Steve, but during this reelection cycle the pols will have us believing everything is looking up............they are all doing such a wonderful job.
Brian Boodry May 04, 2012 at 06:05 PM
Hey DeVaux ... the subtitle of the article is "Property Transfers" not Property Sales. Stop ripping off other people's artwork for you own use and maybe you'll be taken a little more seriously. According to your posts, he asked you repeatedly to stop pirating that image.

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