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7 Property Sales; Highest $464K

Brookfield Property Transfers: September 24 through September 28.

100 Long Meadow Hill Road

Grantor: Pauline Reid, of Longmont, CO
Grantee: Mark Mulvaney, of Brookfield
Date Deeded/Date Filed: September 21/September 24
Conveyance Tax: $866.75
Sale Price: $346,700
Assessed Value: $281,840
Last Sale Date/Price: N/A

8 Carriage House Lane

Grantor: Henri and Bonnie Boodee, of Wayne, NJ
Grantee: Nora Lundquist, of Brookfield
Date Deeded/Date Filed: September 18/September 24
Conveyance Tax: $947.50
Sale Price: $379,000
Assessed Value: $271,080
Last Sale Date/Price: February 2004/$459,999

18 North Pleasant Rise

Grantor: Lillian Ermisch, of Inverness, FL
Grantee: Christopher and Marylayna Andujar, of Brookfield
Date Deeded/Date Filed: September 18/September 25
Conveyance Tax: $537.50
Sale Price: $215,000
Assessed Value: $178,060
Last Sale Date/Price: N/A

4 Horseshoe Drive

Grantor: Maureen Ventrella, of Stratford
Grantee: Justin Wis and Miranda Yachulke, of Brookfield
Date Deeded/Date Filed: September 20/September 27
Conveyance Tax: $553.75
Sale Price: $221,500
Assessed Value: $165,680
Last Sale Date/Price: N/A

33 Hillside Circle

Grantor: David and Linda Haleks, of Hilton Head Island, SC
Grantee: Bujar Berisha, of Brookfield
Date Deeded/Date Filed: September 24/September 27
Conveyance Tax: $500
Sale Price: $200,000
Assessed Value: $197,240
Last Sale Date/Price: July 1969/$28,409

32 Lillinonah Drive

Grantor: Elizabeth Anne Martin, of Scottsdale, AZ
Grantee: Kim Uniacke, of Brookfield
Date Deeded/Date Filed: September 27/September 28
Conveyance Tax: $1,160
Sale Price: $464,000
Assessed Value: $335,780
Last Sale Date/Price: N/A

28 Valley View Road

Grantor: Robert Brunetti co-executor, of Goshen
Grantee: Lauren Oliver and Adam Jansky, of Brookfield
Date Deeded/Date Filed: September 27/September 28
Conveyance Tax: $562.50
Sale Price: $225,000
Assessed Value: $222,450
Last Sale Date/Price: N/A

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

Steven DeVaux October 12, 2012 at 11:28 AM
Properties selling at their 2011 assessed value which is 70% of their market value? That would mean prices dropped 30% in a year in Brookfield?
Mark Grosner October 12, 2012 at 05:37 PM
Actually, only 2 of the 7 sold at assessed value. The other 5 were higher and in some cases, significantly more than assessed value. Looks like things may have leveled off.
Steven DeVaux October 12, 2012 at 06:44 PM
Oh yeah....things have "leveled off". This just in today: http://danbury.patch.com/articles/september-foreclosures-rise-34-percent-in-connecticut
Steven DeVaux October 13, 2012 at 12:12 PM
$464K highest home was a prime waterfront property on Lake Lillinonah with a large parcel of land. That says it all. Other properties go down from there in Brookfield as homeowners dump and run to lock in what they can before interest rates begin their climb.

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