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MERIDEN- Property transfers have been reported from Sept. 17 to Sept. 23
Jeffrey S. and Doreen A. Ritchie to Paul C. and Karen A. Ruffoni, 17 Hillside St., $197,500.
George Scarano, Patricia E. Pavelkops, and Alfred M. Rousseau to Jason J. and Johanna Nelson, 484 Allen Ave., $225,000.
Robert G. Hart to Kara Natzel, 60 May St., $193,000.
Connecticut Yankee Construction Corp. Inc. to Gay Siniscalso, 420 Spring St., $50,000.
United States of America to Rodrigo Villagomez, 94 Warren St., $37,500.
Abbie J. Esposito to Michael Lombardi and Andrea Franko, Unit 7 Pine Meadow Condominium, $52,000.
Aida Ortiz to Hanlin Zhang, Unit 209, Building 19, Crown Village Condo, $17,100.
FR NLF 1, LLC to Fremont 29 Research Parkway, 29 Research Parkway, $173,470.
United States of America to Leslie Silva, 57 Spruce St., $111,500.
Winifred M. Carey to Jennifer Nero, 305 Wall St., $165,000.
Charlie 10, LLC to Melanne Reed, Unit 8 Colonies Condo, $68,000.
Waterfall Victoria Mortgage Trust 2010-SBC1 REO, LLC to Aminullah Noori, 243-245 Crown St., $65,000.
Isaac H. Shweky to One Hundred Fifty Two-One Hundred Sixty Colony Street,LLC, 138 Colony St., $275,000.
Trucap REO Corp. to Nicola and Pasqualina Scaramuzzo, 291 Glen Hills Road, $84,500.
Cynthia Ellison to Diane D. Oakes, Unit 225 Oxford Court, $130,000.
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