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6 Properties Change Hands; Highest $456K

Brookfield Property Transfers: December 17 through December 21.

11 Monika Lane

Grantor: William and Lillian Grube, of Brookfield
Grantee: Brookfield Hills Condo Unit Owners Association
Date Deeded/Date Filed: October 15/December 18
Conveyance Tax: $0
Sale Price: Foreclosure
Assessed Value: $123,550
Last Sale Date/Price: August 2003/$226,000

3 Oak Meadows Drive Unit 103

Grantor: Cirmin Development LLC, Douglaston, NY
Grantee: Lorraine and Vincent Criscuolo, of Brookfield
Date Deeded/Date Filed: December 18/December 18
Conveyance Tax: $649.75
Sale Price: $259,900
Assessed Value: N/A
Last Sale Date/Price: N/A

9 Nature Lane

Grantor: Deutsche Bank Trust Company, Horsham, PA
Grantee: Dr. Joseph and Sumy Chalil, of Brookfield
Date Deeded/Date Filed: November 19/December 19
Conveyance Tax: $1,141.25
Sale Price: $456,500
Assessed Value: N/A
Last Sale Date/Price: N/A

3 Carlisle Court

Grantor: Dietter Properties LLC, Brookfield
Grantee: James Layman and Marjorie Kiesel, of Brookfield
Date Deeded/Date Filed: December 21/December 21
Conveyance Tax: $375
Sale Price: $150,000
Assessed Value: $113,170
Last Sale Date/Price: December 2009/$142,000

103 Tower Road

Grantor: Ray Dalton, of New Milford
Grantee: Steven and Katarzyna Fancher, of Bethel
Date Deeded/Date Filed: December 20/December 21
Conveyance Tax: $480
Sale Price: $192,000
Assessed Value: $188,900
Last Sale Date/Price: N/A

10 Ox Drive

Grantor: Jeffrey and Kathryn Patchen, of Brookfield
Grantee: Lance and Teresa and Angela and Gary Lazzara, of Brookfield
Date Deeded/Date Filed: December 19/Decmeber 21
Conveyance Tax: $832.50
Sale Price: $333,000
Assessed Value: $244,350
Last Sale Date/Price: N/A

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

Steven DeVaux January 11, 2013 at 11:29 AM
Tower Road property for under $200K. Who would have though it would go that low. The barrier breeched, will they go even lower?
Ken January 11, 2013 at 01:03 PM
Detached garage on Tower Road? And an observatory?
Steven DeVaux January 11, 2013 at 01:21 PM
That's what the Vision Apprasial database says. Gives folks an idea. Over an acre of land on Tower Road too! Home prices today are being set by the fixed amount of the mortgage payment including taxes. The more taxes go up, the more the prices on the homes drop. Folks aren't "stretching" to make a mortgage payment any more and many haven't gotten raises in some time so the effect is the drop in home prices in cities and towns where taxes eat up the mortgage payment leaving less for principal and interest. With interest rates of 2.5% and going up, that's another pressure. With the mortgage payment payability remaining constant, folks are making offers and deals that have a lower principal -aka sales price. It's just a fact.
JAMIE HOWARD January 11, 2013 at 10:03 PM
steven may i call you steven?there is trouble brewing in this once great nation . there are to many people on the tax roll almost 60% an bennies to boot =just in this town we got an over paid school system.hideing behind[ no longer needed unions] when the good teachers get swallowed up . to many police personal one third are a bunch of bullies an town hall i wont even go there now havent got the time don mclean summed up in his song =bye bye miss american pie

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