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Beware the vacant lot thief! Sharp-eyed deeds clerk foils land theft try

They see a lot of documents at the Buncombe County Register of Deeds office, a veritable avalanche of paperwork on some days.

“We do a lot, especially at the end of the month,” said June Ingle, a deputy register of deeds who’s been with the office three years. “On Friday (a week ago) — now this was not specifically just deeds — we did over 350 pages in hour and a half time.”

That was Ingle and one other deputy handling those documents.

In 2017, the Register of Deeds Office recorded 45,918 documents, ranging from death certificates to land transactions.

So, you could understand if Ingle got covered up in paperwork and didn’t pay particularly close attention to one of the dozens of deeds that can come across her desk every day. But one warranty deed for a vacant lot transfer that came in a few weeks back looked just a little, well, off.

It lacked an excise tax, the fee usually paid when property is transferred, and the money order that accompanied the paperwork was left blank and didn’t have the buyer’s name on it. The Register of Deeds office doesn’t accept blank checks or money orders.

The property in question was small, just 0.19 of an acre, but it’s in Montford and has an assessed value of $207,000. Yet the deed, typed and formatted like many other regular deeds, indicated no transfer of funds.

Also, the money order and package had come from a “Larry Stephens” in Stockbridge, Georgia, the person receiving the property was supposedly in Rancho Cucamonga, California, and the alleged seller was in Boston.

In short, red flags were flying for Ingle, who has her degree in criminal justice.

So, she took it to her supervisor and then did some Googling of the supposed recipient of the land. She came up empty.

“I found an address of the local attorney listed (on the deed), and I said to my supervisor, ‘Will you contact the attorney?’,” Ingle recalled.

That local attorney, Joe Ferikes, is a pretty well-known guy, having been the town attorney for Woodfin for decades. He’d never heard of the people named on the deed and said his office had nothing to do with it.

Ingle then contacted the landowner, Anne Crosby, an Asheville native now living in Boston.

“The lady left me a message on phone: ‘Are you trying to sell your lot? Because I just got the paperwork to transfer the deed, and it just seems kind of fishy,'” said Crosby, a divinity student at Harvard who happened to be in Asheville on her spring break when the office called. “I knew nothing about it. I had never put it on the market.”

This being a hot real estate market, Crosby, 43, said she occasionally hears from someone interested in buying the lot, but she plans on keeping it as a possible retirement spot. She bought the property in 2009, and visits town on occasion, as her parents still live here.

When Crosby came by the register’s office to look at the paperwork, she was amazed at the lengths the crook went to.

“Somebody had forged notary papers in Boston, where I live, and they’d forged my signature and the witness’ signature, and they’d faked a letter from a local attorney in Asheville,” Crosby said. “They were paying the Register of Deeds to transfer it, and she noticed the paperwork just looked fishy. She was really amazing.”

Fake deeds aren’t common in Buncombe County

Buncombe County Register of Deeds Drew Reisinger said this is the first attempted land theft by fake deed he’s seen in his seven years, but he has heard of the scam taking place in other places across the country. He contacted the Asheville Police Department, and it suggested he reach out to the states’ others registers of deeds to see if they’d encountered the ruse.

“After we sent out a mass email to other registers of deeds across the state, we got immediate hits from other counties,” Reisinger said, noting that fake deeds were actually filed in Wake County and New Hanover, and Currituck County had four fake deed attempts.

Reisinger says it’s unclear if the fake deeds are the work of an individual or an organized ring. While the deeds have some holes in them, they’re pretty convincing in many ways.

“This has gotten through in most other counties,” Reisinger said. “June did a really impressive job of catching this and not letting it go on file.”

Ferikes, the local attorney, said he’s been practicing real estate law in Asheville since 1984. It’s the first time he’s personally seen this type of attempted fraud.

“I have heard of it going on in other parts of the country,” Ferikes said. “Thank goodness they’re catching these folks. I’m really glad the Register of Deeds was on top of it.”

Had the deed gone through, at a minimum Crosby would have been looking at a legal nightmare lasting months if not years. A property owner caught in this scam would have to “absolutely prove they did not initiate the original deed that went through,” Ferikes said.

“I think she dodged a bullet here because, through no fault of her own, this would have cost her a lot of money,” Ferikes said.

Reisinger agrees.

“What we’ve seen in North Carolina is this group or this person is consistently going after vacant lots,” Reisinger said. “Ann would have never known about this until it came time to pay taxes, and then she wouldn’t have gotten a tax bill. And would she have asked the county to send a tax bill? I’m not sure I would have.”

Reisinger said they’re unsure how exactly the criminal was looking to profit in this case. In Wake County, a man who pulled a similar scheme was convicted in federal court in late March of bank fraud, engaging in monetary transactions involving criminally derived property and aggravated identity theft.

The jury in that case said the criminal, a 30-year-old Greensboro man, also had to forfeit more than $1.3 million in fraudulent proceeds, as well as $300,000 in gold bullion.

A press release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office detailed a convoluted scheme in which “the defendant forged a deed on a property owned by an out of state landowner, and then channeled the property ownership through fictitious individuals and a holding company before personally taking title to the property. The defendant then attempted to secure $495,000 in home equity loans using the property as collateral, becoming successful on three such attempts.”

The local police have referred the Crosby case to the North Carolina Attorney General’s Office.

Ingle, her criminal justice degree itching a bit, would like to investigate the perp herself, if she had the time and resources.

“I feel good for Anne Crosby, ’cause that’d pissed me off if I’d found out,” Ingle said with a laugh. “It made me mad to think there’s more people out there like this.”

Crosby, who used to live in Santa Clara County in California, says she was really grateful Ingle was on the job.

“Having lived in California, I don’t know if a big county like Santa Clara would catch it,” Crosby said.

Keeping your information safe

While the Register of Deeds Office gets a lot of what Ingle calls “homemade deeds,” created and written by the property owners without an attorney’s assistance, she and Reisinger, and naturally Ferikes, all recommend using an attorney who specializes in real estate.

Reisinger wants to assure people that while so many records are online these days, including property ownership and taxes, their documents are safe.

Crosby said she’ll be keeping a much closer eye on her property online. She’s taking away two lessons from the whole deal.

“One, it was creepy because this person went to all this trouble to fabricate documents,” Crosby said. “It showed a real dedication. The second thing — and I was kind of knowing this already having worked in Silicon Valley in tech — is this publicly available database. Anybody can go on and find somebody who owns vacant property and try this.”

Obviously, public documents need to be public, but Crosby wants to see more safeguards so this doesn’t happen again.

Reisinger said the Register of Deeds is doing just that. It has initiated a program called “Property Check” to provide another level of security.

The idea is that once you sign up for the program, if anything is recorded in your name, you’ll get an automatic email directing you to a page online where you can see what’s going on. For more information on Property Check, visit or call 828-250-4303.

Property owners also can monitor records online, under the county’s Esearch program.

“The difference with this Property Check is if something were to transfer, you would get an immediate notification, which is helpful,” Reisinger said.

In this case, Reisinger is just glad Ingle was on the job.

“The lengths that June went to to help this citizen not lose a valuable piece of property, or at least not get tied up in legal shenanigans and lawyer’s fees, was above and beyond,” Reisinger said.

Ingle is pretty humble about the whole deal, and she’s glad no one got swindled.

“This was like the perfect storm right here to be able to catch it and not let it get recorded,” Ingle said.

This is the opinion of John Boyle. Contact him at 232-5847 or [email protected]


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Historic Flatiron building in downtown Asheville up for sale

The historic Flatiron building at Battery Park and Wall Street is listed on real estate site LoopNet, with an asking price of $16 million.

The building, which is on the historic registry, was constructed in the mid 1920s and was purchased last in 1985 by Midtown Development Associates for about $440,000.

The Flatiron has been on the market for about three months, according to the building’s broker, Mike Bryant.

“So, 90 days we’ve been out there, as far as national spotlight goes, and we’ve had some incredible phone calls from people all over that are just loving Asheville,” Bryant said.

But, according to Bryant, they aren’t looking to sell to just anyone. The decision to test the waters of possibly selling came after numerous inquiries.

“Most of the investment groups looking are shifting assets from either the stock market into equities and just want to purchase a piece Asheville, which is definitely tough to do.”

The listing for the property states, “Property current rental CAP rate does not reflect asking price, which is based on highest and best use for redevelopment conversion.”

When asked to clarify what that meant, Bryant said, “Right now, the cost to put a building up in this type of construction runs a few hundred dollars a square foot or more. You look at the BB&T project, by the time they’re done with that, with the purchase, gutting and the upfit it’s incredibly expensive. So, we’re priced very competitively for what is here structurally.”

Russell Thomas, one of the building’s owners and a general manager of the property, said he had no intention of selling to anyone who would make drastic changes.

Bryant echoed that statement when asked about effects to business owners.

“Just sit tight, everything is business as usual. I mean we love it the way it is, and we take care of everybody and we don’t see any reason anybody has to worry about a thing,” Bryant said.

News 13 spoke to a retail shop owner on the building’s first floor who said they felt reassured by the owner’s intention.

But Elizabeth Shell, a co-owner of a Purl’s Yarn Emporium across the street from the building, said she worries anytime a big building in Asheville is put on the market.

“It’s a big space, there’s a lot of businesses in there,” Shell said. “So, definitely would hope that it’s someone local who won’t want to up the rents and who will be concerned about that, but if it’s really expensive they’re going to have to pass that cost along.”

Shell said she’s also worried that if the building changes ownership, the new owner might be open to letting chains replace local shops.

Bryant said so far tenants have had a few questions about the listing but wanted to reassure everyone they expect no major changes.

“Don’t expect to go anywhere. We want you to stay right here. We’re not going to change anything.”

Bryant said if tenants have concerns to reach out to him or the owner by phone.

by Rob Bradley Thursday, March 15th 2018

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Buncombe, Asheville property transfers for Sept. 28-Oct. 4

Sales filed in Buncombe County for Sept. 28-Oct. 4:


» 11 Elmwood Lane, $360,000, Sd South Dakota LLC to Jason L and Cynthia T Phillips

» 9 Stonebridge Drive, $335,000, Sandra L Hoskin Revocable Trust Sandra L Hoskin Trustee to Robert William and Katherine Valentina Miriello

» 10 Edgewood Road E, $310,000, Melodie Meadows and Ralph R Redpath to Mai C and Xamul Vang

» 100 Alpine Ridge Drive, $169,000, Cesare Carboni to Kevin Goldsmith

» 19 Hampstead Road, $550,000, Rebecca J Youle to John B and Arlene J Christiansen

» 288 Unit 10 Macon Ave., $1,450,000, Dwight H and Sue B Emanuelson to David Paul and Bettie Kelley Sousa

» 57 Unit B Broadway St., $775,000, Heather G Edgley and Calvin M Bard to Sartre Partners Ltd

» 445 Lakeshore Drive, $500,000, Robert S Brunk to Bruce F Tompkins

» 50 Hanover St., $240,000, Joanne C Gunter to John Mckinney and Rebecca Chambers

» 50 Blake Drive, $220,000, Martha J Emery to C E Emery Construction Inc

» 186 Courtland Place, $567,500, Eric Scott Zickerman to Ellen A Johnson

» Lot Lot 16B Providence Road, $45,000, Michele A Dutcher and Barbara A Granville to John A and J Blake F Boyd

» 17 Ocaso Drive, $408,000, Norma Jean and Charles E Henson to Paula W and Hilda Martin Harris

» 72 Pebble Creek Drive, $198,500, Marcia H and Van F Meadows to Paul and Judith Foster

» 15 Redwood Road, $400,000, Smith Stephanie H to John and Andree Ramey

» 99 New Leicester Highway, $375,000, Jerry A Lyda to Comito Properties LLC

» 86 Stony Ridge, $744,000, Geoffrey S Fradin Trustee to Jessica Porter

» 11 Druid Drive, $305,000, Mcmaster Real Estate Group LLC to Melissa Jane Banks Living Trust

» 28 Mckinley Ave., $195,000, Asheville Area Habitat For Humanity to Stefan Kirillovich and Nina Mikaylovna Tehnilenco

» 5 Chatham Road, $365,000, Gerald A and Eliazbeth R Beal to Nicholas R Valente and Jonna N Humphries

» 19 Oakwilde Drive, $190,000, Robert C and Betty Lawrence to Julianne Johnson

» 405 Unit 103 Windswept Drive, $439,000, Thomas Michael and Andrea B O‘gorman to Michael Ray Storey

» 21 Unit 601 Battery Park Ave., $875,000, Margaret E and Merritt S Rose Jr to Joel S Levine and Linda Ebin-levine

» 21 Unit 215 Battery Park Ave., $875,000, Margaret E and Merritt S Rose Jr to Joel S Levine and Linda Ebin-levine

» 115 Arco Road, $295,000, John T Labruyere to Sarah Allison Hart and Eric Tryon Morris

» 39 Ambler Road, $290,000, Wm R Henson to Tftd LLC

» 265 Sardis Road, $1,500,000, 231 Sardis LLC to Franklin School Of Innovation Inc

» 103 Morris St., $487,000, Ray R Forsythe to Derek and Sarah H Diluzio

» 74 Baker Place, $338,500, Mary K Bradford and Dennis C Smith II to Robert and Karma Engel

» 218 Patton Ave., $537,500, Homeward Bound Of Asheville Inc to William P and Catherine J Early

» Lot 6 in Nellie Park Revised, Patton Ave., $537,500, Homeward Bound Of Asheville Inc to William P and Catherine J Early

» 24 Rhododendron Drive, $100,000, Becky J Donald to T And J North Carolina Condos LLC

» 11 Dunwood Road, $389,000, Joshua D and Katherine L Lewis to Jeremy and Victoria Ferguson

» 105 Fairview Road, $3,100,000, Asheville Commons LLC to East West Fairview LLC

» 49 Inglewood Road, $266,000, Ellamay A E Byers to Aj Barlow LLC

» 7 Huffman Road, $218,000, Stanley J and Gail R Maggi to Peter E Ashley

» 194 Joyner Ave., $294,000, Brooks and Heather Robinson to Michael L and Rebecca A Wiese

» 185 Unit A8 Macon Ave., $480,000, Sharon E Zellman to Rosemary T Kirkland and Jason D Chambers

» 31 Little Cedar Court, $325,000, Gerhild S Dickerman to Wallace Ray and Beryl B Mack

» 29 Vermont Ave., $315,000, Christine Joellen Dickinson and Jennifer Dickinson Fox to Michael and Lesley A Dickinson

» 153 Bradley St., $285,000, Fiano Properties Inc to Jss Homes, LLC

» 151 Bradley St., $285,000, Fiano Properties Inc to Jss Homes, LLC

» 143 Bradley St., $285,000, Fiano Properties Inc to Jss Homes, LLC

» 43 Unit D15 Vermont Court, $220,000, Vance Martin and Jean Valerie Reese to Jennifer Keeney

» Lot 105 in Ballantree, Ballantree Drive, $145,000, Diane M Duermit to Richard H and Elaine P Bagley

» 3202 Idle Hour Drive, $143,000, Chester Gronke Rev Living Trust Chester Gronke Trustee to Cameron and Hannah Walsh

» 187 Beverly Road, $385,000, Charles B and Bernadette I Cranford to Stephen H and Martha A Ballman

» 189 Beverly Road, $69,000, Charles B and Bernadette I Cranford to Stephen H and Martha A Ballman

» 109 Colony Drive, $105,000, Leslee Jill Poupore to Allyson C Rabiipour

» 212 Wellington St., $368,000, Thomas G and Autumn Myer to Alexander R Wroten and Lindsay M Wolfe-wroten

» 412 Riverview Drive, $85,000, Wnc Homebuyers Alliance LLC to Rio Grande Asset Management LLC

» 14 Woodland Drive, $231,000, Laura Elizabeth Dintsch to Selim Chilaca-coconi and Jonathan Earl Crenshaw

» 745 Pearson Bridge Road, $353,000, Mb Land Investors LLC to Shirley Malter Revocable Trust

» 25 Parkview Drive, $320,000, Abernethy Trust to Elliott and Eva-michelle G Spicer

» 29 Vista St., $374,000, Kristy J Wilson and Phil Hurley to Kimlee Jane and Stephen Rueyjer Kung


» 29 Reaston Ridge, $430,000, Allen and Susan Upson to Brian and Elizabeth Porras

» 1.92 acres on Ebb Burnette Road, $18,000, Vera P and Richard B Jones to Denise M Anthes

» Lot A in Warren G Emory, Ivy Hill Road, $195,000, Warren G Emory to Lillian Renee Sprinkle and Nicholas Lee Mapes

Biltmore Forest

» 382 Vanderbilt Road, $206,500, Olivia Rhodes Woodin Revoc Trust Olivia R & Raye P Woodin Jr Trustee to Biltmore 382 LLC

» 1 Ridgefield Place, $258,500, Hilltop Associates LLC to Andrew T Stephens

» 16 Holly Hill Road, $1,090,000, Kenneth James Clark Jr Md and Anne Clark to Matthew R and Nicole A Baker

Black Mountain

» 6 Hamlet St., $578,000, Karen Denise Tressler to James Roger and Sarah M Cox

» 17 Crockett Ridge Road, $40,000, Patricia L and John C Bennett to Wells Fargo Bank Na

» 1130 Montreat Road, $900,000, Carol A Redmond to Inevitable Grace Inc

» 305 Montreat Road, $175,500, R Melvin and Elizabeth B Keiser to Daniel O Snyder

Broad River

» 672 Mountain Cove Road, $9,500, John F Carroll to Kevin Eugene and Laura Ann Heiderman


» 732 Bryson Road, $286,000, Michael C and Wanda B Tate to Amanda Johannessen and Damian Hugh Hensley Weller

» 370 Reeves Cove Road, $52,500, Ronald J Harayda to Freedom Mortgage Corporation

» 51 Parrot Road, $329,000, Hi Alta Investments LLC to Keith and Carla R Trull

» 5 Whispering Oaks Drive, $272,500, Elizabeth P and Zachary Wilkins to John Clinton and Carla Matthews

» 40 Evelyn Acres, $100,000, John W Mangel to Jolene Elkins

» 25 Youngs Cove Road, $97,000, Doris Ann Coleman Barnett to Clifford Dale Harrin

» 15 Fieldcrest Drive, $228,500, Amanda N Johannessen to Taylor S Mccurry

» 50 Tony Candler Court, $52,500, William R and Rebecca G Candler to Harry Lloyd and Sandra J Wooten

» 15 Mcclellan Drive, $214,500, Brenda Morris to Jill R Samuels

» 154 Starnes Cove Road, $196,000, Sara Loverde to Sarah Mercer Judson

» 55 Bamboo Trail, $35,000, Kimberly Marie White to Murray Welch

» 25 Dynasty Lane, $270,000, Samuel J and Katy R Ingle to Linda Campbell

» 315 Water Rock Terrace, $80,000, Bodystone LLC to Ashley Page and Paul Stebner

» 327 Water Rock Terrace, $80,000, Bodystone LLC to Ashley Page and Paul Stebner

» 142 Stradley Mountain Road, $215,000, Karen F and Marty L Shook to Nicholas A Bragg

» 100 Unit 207 Vista Lake Drive, $145,000, Tht Biltmore Lake LLC to James and Beth Vockley


» 67 Farm View Road, $1,500,000, Gaylon V and Kristi N Owens to Michelle and Phillip Kiser

» 41 Whitaker View Road, $45,000, E M Pettit Jr Revocable Trust to Joshua Aron and Regina Marie Myrick

» 29 Hawks Branch Circle, $818,000, Michael J Haas and Jeffrey W Parker to Richard Francis Blewitt Trust

» 79 Heritage Mountain Place, $100,000, Jeffrey Aaron and Deborah Lynne Nye to Andrew P and Jaymie Schepers

» 148 Olivia Trace Drive, $89,000, Cane Creek Views LLC to Ralph L and Elizabeth J Mcdaniel

» Lot 13 in Fairview Forest, Dogwood Forest Road, $324,000, Warren Mouradian to Tyler and Madeleine Davis Brown

» 110 Dogwood Forest Road, $324,000, Warren Mouradian to Tyler and Madeleine Davis Brown

» 1354 Upper Brush Creek Road, $110,000, Barbara Myron to Todd Lawrence Rhodes

» Lot 2 in Echo Valley Estates, Old Fort Road, $36,000, Betty G Stewart to Eric and Felicita King

» 0.77 acres on Charlotte Highway, $183,500, Christopher L and Kathryn A Edwards to Geoffrey and Megan Ebner

» 1703 Charlotte Highway, $183,500, Christopher L and Kathryn A Edwards to Geoffrey and Megan Ebner


» 39 Horizon Way, $42,000, Kady A and Smantha Adams Ward to Cynthia A Ward

» 7 Pack Saddle Trail, $407,000, Julius K and Melissa W Buckner to Frederick W and Grace S Barker

» Lot Small Pt 5A in Marcia A Buckner, Northstar Trail, $407,000, Julius K and Melissa W Buckner to Frederick W and Grace S Barker

» 11 Coates Court, $210,000, Colin Eric and Krystyna M Mcdonald to Britta M Voight


» 135 S Turkey Creek Road, $2,500, Margaret and Joe R Baker to Joe R and Margaret Baker

» 334 Old Newfound Road, $151,500, William Carroll Rogers to James L Wernhoff Family Trust

» 210 Walnut Brook Drive, $435,000, Mark Lewis and Connie Lewi to Gary and Lynda Donaldson

» 28 Rose Creek Road, $290,000, Joan Mondrick to William S and Peggy J Davis

» 62 Indian Hills Drive, $86,000, Donald A Hall to Anitra Biddix Hollifield

» Lot 33 in Indian Hill, Indian Hills Drive, $86,000, Donald A Hall to Anitra Biddix Hollifield

» 69 Sleepy Forest Drive, $85,000, Michael Odum to Seth Ivan and Elissa Harrison


» 149 Mississippi Road, $337,000, Our Thin Place LLC to Jean David and Morgan E Davies

» 125 Kanawha Drive, $570,000, Karlene A Shea to Clarence Duncan Fouse III and Alice Schaap Freeman

North Buncombe

» 808 New Stock Road, $123,000, Pamela Barnett to Fidel Garcia Rosas and Angela Martinez Mayor

» 70 Goldview Road, $51,500, Sharon and Raymond Moore to Michael Allen and Rosemary Kuykendall Rice

Reems Creek

» 94 Sassafras Gap Road, $260,000, John Stineman to Rocky Beauchane Morris and Jennifer Michelle Flint

» 0.15 acres on Sassafras Gap Road, $260,000, John Stineman to Rocky Beauchane Morris and Jennifer Michelle Flint

» 108 Pink Fox Cove Road, $445,000, Arnold and Sarah R Gnilka to Nan Yao and Nadia Arodak Su


» 34 Lamar Ave., $175,000, Susan Rader to Charles Scott Rader

» 15 Parkway Loop Road, $260,000, Eric W and Bonnie N Johnston to Nastassia Dorota and Evan Athan Pappas


» 8 Indian Place, $275,000, Indian Place LLC to Jenny and Matthew Rawlings

» 6 Woodland Court, $236,000, Corine G Fields to Jacob Alexander and Candice Stover

» 36 Old Farm School Road, $52,000, Joylyne E Lunsford to Robert John Wesphal and Yvette Vanessa Hill


» 15 Fairhaven Court, $128,000, Michael R and Lynda P Fagan to Trace R Erickson

» 73 Airport Road, $610,000, Roundtree LLC to Avl Holdings LLC

» 77 Airport Road, $800,000, Arch Investment Properties LLC to Avl Holdings LLC

» 331 Cedar Lane, $215,500, Thomas Parker Lewis to David Lach Rodgers and Ann Ree Sumner Mithcell

» 46 Stone House Road, $450,000, Angela M and Zoltan Laczko to Mitchell P Fortune and Justin A Crouch

» Lot 3 in Meadows Of Bradley Branch, Glenn Bridge Road, $55,000, N C Closing & Title Services LLC to Walter C and Trisha A Meadows

» Lot 1 in Meadows Of Bradley Branch, Glenn Bridge Road, $55,000, N C Closing & Title Services LLC to Walter C and Trisha A Meadows

» Lot 2 in Meadows Of Bradley Branch, Glenn Bridge Road, $55,000, N C Closing & Title Services LLC to Walter C and Trisha A Meadows

» 3 Trotters Circle, $507,000, Amy B and Charles C Thomas III to Miranda V and Kelly S Debruhl

» 0.02 acres on Surrey Run, $507,000, Amy B and Charles C Thomas III to Miranda V and Kelly S Debruhl

» 23 Sunny Meadows Blvd., $230,000, Bradley Branch Investments LLC to Patrick H Mcgary

» 75 Powder Springs Trail, $206,000, Powder Spring LLC to Lisa M Greene

» 30 Sunny Meadows Blvd., $187,000, Phillip T Scarnecchia to Roger L Wilkerson

» 8 N Fair Oaks Road, $195,000, Crystal N and David M Ryba Jr to Corey M and Cheryl J Brookhouzen

» 25 Sunny Meadows Blvd., $207,000, Bradley Branch Investments LLC to James D and Vicki E Totherow

» 1 Shackleford Drive, $420,000, Charles W Harvey and Diana Metcalf to Joseph Gene Yarkovich and Annelie Crook

» 30 Hallett Court, $178,000, Buchanan Construction LLC to Hilda K Van Hoek

» 7 Walter Morgan Drive, $490,000, Vanessa E Casey and Terry Lee Setzer to Robert Millard Deloach and Erin Looney

» 6 Elkhorn Court, $404,000, Michael Kutyana to Jason Thomas Plafcan and Stephanie Marie Foote

» Lot 8 in High Vista, Laurel Drive, $4,500, Eric N and Meg N Nygren to James P and Sharon D Kurdziel

» 10 Tree Top Drive, $335,000, Anthony Lee and Krista B Penix to Michael A Weston and Rebecca M Gallo

» 53 Foxberry Drive, $209,000, Dmitriy Mamontov and Madina Mamontova to Rachel Hillhouse

» 19 Corkstone Lane, $272,000, Lsf9 Master Participation Trust to Gavin Collin Doran and Breana Lynn Davison

» 614 Blue Mist Way, $100,000, James M Koert Revocable Trust James M Koert (trustee) to Stephan and Tamara Cohen

» 155 Oak Terrace, $124,000, William L Jenkins to Jessie R and Ashelee Holland

» 207 Sleepy Gap Road, $240,000, Jenna Tosi and Christopher Johnson to Adaira Leigh Mcinerney and Benjamin Carl Dofflemyer


» 207 Melody Circle, $100,000, Jenny Robin and William Grant Bodway to Robin Zieber

» 18 Rock Knob Trail, $290,000, Wendell A and Carol P Childs to Ralph Redpath and Melodie Meadows

» 110 Woodcreek Circle, $251,000, Constance H Ucci to Kathleen Marie Galloway

» Lot 16 Thru 19 in Sherwood Forest, Reger Ave., $42,500, Chas F English to Makson Inc

Upper Hominy

» 10 Lower Glady Fork Road, $19,000, Hall/mcclain Irrevocable Trust Deanna H Mcclain Trustee to Randall Lee and Laurie Eva Mathis

» 14 Mac Lane, $135,000, Christian R Jaxtheimer to Gregory Hale and Judith Randolph Jaxtheimer

» 455 Black Oak Cove Road, $295,000, M Michelle and Timothy W Field to Joshua Caleb and Renee N Jenkins

» 45 Lemon Creek Drive, $11,500, Mountain Vista Estates LLC to Marilyn Jane Purple and Scott Alexander Arrington


» 451 Creekside Drive, $213,000, Cynthia S Grady to Ashley Griffin Wineinger

» 34 Hillside St., $50,000, John T and Geraldine C Ray to Roya June Shahrokh

» 1 Gill Road, $3,284,000, Boro At Weaverville LLC to Mdc Coast 7 LLC

» 4 Rhoda Court, $286,000, Rhoda Larsen to Heather Rose Hall

West Buncombe

» 36 Olivette Road, $59,000, Karen Radcliff Payne and Danny B Radcliff to Danny B Radcliff

» 0.12 acres on Olivette Road, $59,000, Karen Radcliff Payne and Danny B Radcliff to Danny B Radcliff

» 5 Tremorra Trail, $28,500, David C Lukoskie to Michael B and Laura N Marks

» 47 Smith Graveyard Road, $130,000, Linda G Lyday (etal) Donna G Melton (etal) to Emily and Arthur Herzog

» 566 Old County Home Road, $175,000, Dennis R Chandley to James E and Judith H Stines

» 0.36 acres on Panorama Drive, $37,000, Douglas Radcliffe Franklin to Eliud Ochoa

» 40 Vinewood Circle, $851,500, Cecil M and Brenda W Ward to Brian James Ward and Carolyn W Hargus

» 219 Post Oak Trail, $295,000, Francis J and Monica D Collins to Andrew V Field and Claudia E Fields

» 6 Old NC 20 Highway, $252,000, Billie L Anders to Margo E Eatmon

» Lot 24 in Village Creek West, Christina Court, $36,000, Larry N Bane to Mykola Deynega and Inna Donieva

» 68 N Willow Brook Drive, $282,000, Mark A and Freddie Jean Stoffan to Mark V and Barri E Koval

» 21 Mount Carmel Drive, $186,000, Mary A Narsiff to Betty Parris

» 12 Countryside Drive, $324,500, Lance K Wilson to Keith Michael and Sandra Steele Schorr


» 1 Parkwood Ave., $851,500, Cecil M and Brenda W Ward to Brian James Ward and Carolyn W Hargus

» 3 Parkwood Ave., $851,500, Cecil M and Brenda W Ward to Brian James Ward and Carolyn W Hargus

» Lot 2 & Pt 1 & 3 in Woodfin Land Co, Rosecrest St., $851,500, Cecil M and Brenda W Ward to Brian James Ward and Carolyn W Hargus

» 345 Weaverville Road, $851,500, C M and Brenda W Ward to Brian James Ward and Carolyn W Hargus

» 1 Departure Drive, $851,500, C M and Brenda W Ward to Brian James Ward and Carolyn W Hargus

» 446 Old Marshall Highway, $260,000, Corbin and Tammy H Hightower to Bryan Patrick Delaney

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