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October 28, 2013

Trading places

Sales information, compiled from Registry of Deeds, is provided under copyright by Banker and Tradesman, Boston.

Essex

No transactions

Manchester

5 University Lane: Gregg A. Franco and Laurie L, Franco from Martin J. Nally and Cheryl L. Nally on Sept. 27 for $1,450,000.

40 Beach St. Unit 305: Bolena LLC from Chase Bradford Realty Trust and Bradford M. Kimball on Sept. 25 for $ 235,000.

14 Magnolia Ave.: Jem Property Group LLC from the estate of Gail E. Power and Thomas R. Power on Sept. 27 for $355,000.

59 Forest St.: Stephanie B. Rogers and Joseph D. Rogers from Evergreen Farms Realty Trust and Paul M. Barclay on Sept. 26 for $1,360,000.

33 Vine St.: Lindallwood Realty Trust and John R. Keilty from Chapmans 2 Realty Trust and Raymond C. Mcguire on Sept. 26 for $600,000.

Rockport

6 Drumlin Road: Shubhra Ramchandani and Gautam Ramchandani from Rosalind S. Hoeg and Sigrid S. Weinschreider on Sept. 26 for $410,000.

9 White Way: Reilly Properties LLC from Gordon Joint Real Estate Trust and Thelma L. Gordon on Sept. 23 for $350,000.

52 Main St.: Daniel R. O’Donnell and Patricia M. Diamond from William N. Bloombergh on Sept. 25 for $445,000

40 Main St. Unit B: Thomas Parker and Mary V. Parker from Robert Krug and Lund Krugon Sept. 25 for $202,000.

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