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Naugatuck Property Transfers: Feb. 22-27

See what homes changed hands over the past week.

The following property transfers were obtained through the  at , which keeps records of such transactions.

Feb. 22

The Secretary of Housing and Urban Development transferred the property at 20 Simsberry Road to SKH Enterprises LLC on Feb. 21. The cost was not stated in the record and the tax was listed as “exempt.” The transaction was recorded on Feb. 22.

U.S. Bank National Association transferred the property at 39 Horton Hill Road, Unit 1B, to Jennifer Yannantucno on Jan. 27 for $59,000. The conveyance tax was $442.50. The transaction was recorded on Feb. 22.

Feb. 23

Paul P. Zynosky transferred the property at 68 Mulberry St. to Sandra Abrantes on Feb. 17 for $179,000. The conveyance tax was $1,342.50. The transaction was recorded on Feb. 23. 

Feb. 24

Michelle L. McLane transferred the property at 137 Sunburst Road to Beneficial Financial Inc. on Feb. 6. The cost and tax were not stated in the record. The transaction was recorded on Feb. 24.

Edward Kennis transferred the property at 46 Pleasant Ave. to Mary Ellen Royka for on Feb. 24 for $0. There was no conveyance tax. 

Feb. 27

Florence R. Cordeau transferred the property at 164 Ruela Drive to Gerard J. Cordeau on Feb. 27 for $0. There was no conveyance tax.

Federal National Mortgage Association transferred the property at 241 Jones Road to Andrew Karistinos on Feb. 9. The cost and tax were listed as "exempt" in the record. The transfer was recored on Feb. 27.

HSBC Bank, trustee for Deutsche Att-B Series 2006, transferredt he property at 701 Beacon Valley Road, Apt. 24, to Steve Santos on Jan. 25. There was no cost or tax listed in the record. The transfer was recorded on Feb. 27.

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