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Carbon County property transfers

Published March 12. 2019 12:53PM

Deeds recorded

Kidder Township

William A. Stuart IV to Robert W. Little III, Pittsgrove, New Jersey, property at 9 Castagnola Drive, Unit 12B, Lake Harmony, $65,000.

Steven R. Maclaskey to Autumn Property Investments LLC, Broomall, property at 12 Hickory Road, Lake Harmony, $218,500.

Edith L. Wheeler to Jeffrey L. Sprenkel Jr., Maple Shade, New Jersey, Lot 502, Section B, Holiday Poconos, $75,000.

Ira J. Berman to Francis Lane, Wallingford, Lot D-15, Southwestern District, Split Rock in the Poconos, $270,000.

Bradley W. Williamson to Carla Diaz, Philadelphia, property at 105 Crosshill Road, Lake Harmony, $512,500.

Penn Forest Township

Brian S. Smith to Brian S. Smith, Lincoln University, property at 792 Carmen Glen, Albrightsville, $1.

Patrick Fitzmorris to William Gullone, 211 Bear Creek Lake Drive, Jim Thorpe, Lot 1, Indian Trail Area, Section G, Bear Creek Lakes, $9,500.

Tax Claim Bureau of Carbon County to Paul Giura, Cohoes, New York, five transactions on properties in Towamensing Trails, including Lot 1473, Section 3, $706; Lot 1489, Section 3, $894; Lot 1490, Section 3, $892; Lot 1498, Section 3, $663; and Lot E-250, Section EV, $680.

John J. Correia to Kristen A. Midkiff, P.O. Box 1968, Albrightsville, property at 31 Horace Way, Albrightsville, $110,000.

Mark M. Hartman to Paul Donnelly, Mickleton, New Jersey, Lot V1162, Section V, Towamensing Trails, $4,380.

Marcin Wojas to Marcin Wojas, Maspeth, New York, Lot 310, Section A, Indian Mountain Lakes, $8,000.

Alex Gadilov to Linda Messina, P.O. Box 482, Albrightsville, property at 299 Parker Trail, Albrightsville, $145,000.

Tax Claim Bureau of Carbon County to L&M Custom Homes Inc., 6910 Country Spring Road, New Tripoli, Lot 270, Section C, Penn Forest Streams, $1,040.

Revenue from deeds

Carbon County Recorder of Deeds Emmett P. McCall reported his office recorded 162 deeds, 121 mortgages and 258 other writs during the month of February.

As a result of those transactions, McCall turned over to the Carbon County General Fund the sum of $20,930.91. A breakdown of that revenue includes: transfer fees, $16,807; data processing fees, $1,313.51; notaries, $100; commission on transfers and writs, $1,976.90; and Affordable Housing administrative fee, $733.50.

McCall remitted $270.50 in state writ taxes to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Revenue, while Carbon County municipalities and school districts shared realty transfer tax disbursements totaling $98,289.18, the same amount that was forwarded to the state in realty transfer taxes.

McCall deposited $1,602 in the Recorder of Deeds Record Improvement Fund and $1,068 in the Carbon County Records Improvement Fund, these being fees assessed by state law on each transaction for records management needs. An additional $19,521.25 was collected and remitted to the state for its Judicial Computer System program.

Also, $4,156.50 was collected last month for the Affordable Housing Program in Carbon County.

In all, funds collected in the Recorder’s office last month amounted to $244,127.52.

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