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Estate Sales

by Bobby Blair
November 23, 2011

 

  

 

            TYD 2010             YTD 2011

Sin Fam               101                    123

Median            $395,000              $385,000

511 Concord Street ------------------ $222,000

B: Kimi Roman

S: Nancy Malcolm

15 Manchester Circle -----------------$710,000

B:  Anthony Fortunato & Nichole Wilcott

S: Patricia Legault-Frank

138 Railroad Street ------------------- $200,000

B: Maurice Lamontagne & Kathryn Lamontagne 

S: Ruth Rudek

663 Highland Street ------------------ $513,000

B Bank of America NA

S: Thomas Murphy & Bank of America NA 

 

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