Real Estate Transactions
|Photo by Leslie Cooper|
320 Monsanto Ave., Luling for $235,000 from Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Hayden to Patrick Hock & Carla Matherne on Oct. 26
When I went to get the transactions at the court house this week, I could not believe that only five new real estate transactions were in the record books.
That just goes to show how slow the market is at this time.
•216 Riverpoint Dr., Destrehan for $175,000 from Mr. and Mrs. Morris Broom to Mr. and Mrs. Dong Pham on Oct. 29
•519 Kellogg Dr., Luling for $179,900 from Carla Mathrene to Mr. and Mrs. Craig Theriot on Oct. 26
•207 Allie Ln., Luling for $158,900 from JJJ Development Partners, LLC to Damian Folse on Oct. 30
•320 Monsanto Ave., Luling for $235,000 from Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Hayden to Patrick Hock & Carla Matherne on Oct. 26
•605 Country Cottage Bl., Montz for $244,000 from Hoffman Custom Built Homes, LLC to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smith on Oct. 29
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