Properties Slowly Begin to Move in September

The following is a list of property transfers recorded at the Monroe Town Clerk's Office from Aug. 28 - Sept. 10.

Judith Keachele sold her house at 46 Harmony Lane to Susan and Jonathan Kurkoski for $425,000 on Aug. 28.

Sandra Fraser sold her house at 38 Sunset Hill Drive to Tricia and Brent Cavallaro for $321,000 on Aug. 29.

Brian Davies sold his house at 18 Riding Ridge Road to Laurie and Patrick J. Quigley Jr. for $655,000 on Aug. 31.

Nancy and Robert Gedarovich sold their house at 11 Deer River Lane to Daniel Firda for $544,000.

Robert and Joni Beers sold their house at 16 Sheep Meadow Drive to Monique Leone Bartling and and Brett Bartling for $425,000 on Aug. 31.

The Trust of Linda Mosel and the Trust of Brian Jaworowski sold land at 42 Fawn Hill Road to Janet Shrake for $70,000 on Sept. 6.

Steiner Inc. sold a new house at 18 Gay Bower Road to Hillary A. and Kyle R. Wirtz for $384,900 on Sept. 7.

Virginia and Brian Brennan sold their house at 87 Settlers Farm Road to Cynthia M. Gallo and John P. Therina for $405,000 on Sept. 10.

the watcher September 17, 2012 at 04:12 AM
The process was suspended due to the large amount of errors and restarted with another company, which did not reinspect any of the properties involved.. And its your opinion that there are no errors and the entire subject should be ignored. Is that the Democratic position on this issue or your own?
Tom Barnaby September 17, 2012 at 12:01 PM
Not sure what anyone's point is but a trip to Zillow to just check one property at random and picked 87 Settlers revealed this which shows taxes increasing significantly:2011 $8,357 8.3% $290,290 7.2% 2010 $7,716 -3.4% $270,830 -- 2009 $7,989 2.9% $270,830 -- 2008 $7,767 4.6% $270,830 -- 2007 $7,426 5.1% $270,830 -- 2006 $7,063 -- $270,830 -- 2004 $7,063 -- $270,830
the watcher September 17, 2012 at 02:21 PM
It seems that some feel " only 130" is a insignificant amount of property owners here in Monroe. But budgets have been passed or rejected by far less. According to Zillow home prices have been falling since 6/1/2006 so that should have meant that almost everyone assessment should have decreased during the last reevaluation? Just how many of property owners received a decrease and how many received an increase? And how can any assessment claim to be accurate if the company that resumed the process never did any re inspection at all?
Alex September 17, 2012 at 06:53 PM
Just curious, where do you get the 2009 total valuation figure from? I can find the assessment (taxable), but not the total valuation.
christine October 08, 2012 at 12:19 PM
We haven't had any property transfer updates now in weeks. Didn't we used to have weekly updates? Surely some houses have been sold since this article was published.


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