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    Cadillac XT4 targets next generation of luxury buyers – The Oakland Press - June 7, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

    Cadillac has a couple key goals as it battles to maintain its share of the luxury market, and ultimately grow.

    First, it has to stand out against a wide array of luxury competitors (Acura, Tesla, Audi, Lexus, Infiniti, Lincoln, Benz and BMW among them). This alone is a daunting task.

    The other goal is to capture the next generation of luxury car buyers, with the goal of getting them in the Cadillac family so they remain loyal as they buy or lease luxury vehicles in the future. In order to do this, you need new vehicles that will garner attention that are also somewhat affordable for entry-level buyers.

    With that in mind, Cadillac developed the XT4, a compact SUV that debuted in 2019 and sees minor changes for 2020. This vehicle sits on the low end of the Cadillac luxury crossover lineup, and is priced to sell to first-time luxury buyers.

    I recently spent some time in a 2020 Cadillac XT4, and Im back with a full review on how it compares in a segment where you really need to shine to stand out.

    2019 Cadillac XT4 Sport


    The 2020 Cadillac XT4 offers the usual aggressive but stylish design that Cadillac fans have learned to love over the years.

    The XT4 is part of the family of crossovers which also includes XT5 and XT6, the new naming convention which hopefully will stick around since I can't keep track of all the changes anymore. The XT4 features LED headlamps and tail lamps, with front cornering, as well as LED turn signals, passive entry and keyless start.

    2019 Cadillac XT4 Sport

    The exterior of my test vehicle featured a silver metallic paint job, while the interior was jet black with cinnamon accents.

    The interior design of the XT4 was well thought-out by Cadillac. Up front, seats are extremely roomy, and back seat leg room is also strong for the segment. Seating is available for up to five people.

    2019 Cadillac XT4 Sport

    One area where the XT4 does fall short is cargo space, as numbers are lower than some rivals with the rear seats up or down. On a positive note, the rear does have a 60/40 split to boost storage options depending on the number of rear passengers.

    The interior design emanates luxury better than many of this segments offerings. The high-quality seating was plush and cozy and features lumbar support for both front seats, and driver settings can be saved via the memory package.

    Drivers in colder climates would be wise to opt for the cold weather package, which includes front heated seats, rear outboard heated seats in rear, and a heated steering wheel.

    2019 Cadillac XT4 Sport

    Buyers who choose the Sport trim level will get attractive design features including a gloss black mesh grille, gloss black window moldings and specific Sport alloy wheel options.

    Luxury and Premium Luxury models will get you a grille featuring bright metallic accents, satin aluminum window moldings and satin chrome-accented door handles.


    A 2.0-liter, 4-cylinder turbo engine powers all trim levels of the 2020 XT4. This power plant brings a boost in fuel efficiency, and is paired with a nine-speed automatic transmission. It offers 237 horsepower and 258 lb.-ft. of torque.

    2019 Cadillac XT4 Sport

    FWD and AWD versions of the XT4 are available. My test vehicle featured all-wheel drive, a four-wheel independent suspension, selectable driving modes, stability control and traction control.

    Driving modes included Touring, Snow/Ice, and Sport, and can be adjusted based on your driving situation and how you want to get around. There is also an available Active Sport Suspension featuring Continuous Damping Control.

    I was happy with the acceleration, handling and overall power of the XT4. Though it is not best in class in any of these categories, it is one of the better performers overall and will satisfy most drivers. The overall ride quality was also extremely smooth, as a luxury ride should be.

    One small gripe is that Cadillac uses a unique shifter design that most people wont be used to maneuvering. It doesnt take long to learn it though, so not a huge deal in the long run.


    I have long questioned the quality and user-friendliness of the Cadillac User Experience (CUE) system that was in place for many, many years. And it looks like Cadillac finally got the hint from so many frustrated users, and has made an upgrade to the infotainment setup in the XT4, a truly positive change.

    While it still has its quirks, this new CUE system is nowhere near as dramatic and unreliable as the former system was. Better late than never, and Im curious to see future evolution to make it even better.

    The updated infotainment system features an 8-inch color display, and is compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto for smartphone mirroring. It now offers a rotary infotainment controller, which is much easier to use than the touch controls on the previous system.

    Satellite radio comes as a trial and then you must subscribe. OnStar services are available on the vehicle, and you can choose a Wi-Fi hotspot in the vehicle. You also get a hands-free liftgate, universal home remote, and rain-sensing windshield wipers.

    Safety ratings are another huge benefit of the XT4. Almost every government rating is at 5 stars with a couple at 4 stars. It may be a smaller SUV, but is still very very safe.

    Safety and Security features on the XT4 include: Automatic Emergency Braking, Front Pedestrian Braking, Lane Change Alert with Side Blind Zone Alert, Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, Safety Alert Seat to warn you when you're exiting your lane, Front and Rear Park Assist, and Forward Collision Alert. All of the systems worked very well in my experience and were not overzealous.

    An optional feature is an embedded navigation system, which also includes real-time traffic reports. This feature also includes an upgrade to a Bose Centerpoint surround-sound 13-speaker audio system.

    An optional driver assist package includes: Advanced Adaptive Cruise Control, Enhanced Automatic Emergency Braking, and Reverse Automatic Braking. Wireless phone charging is also an option. Cadillac Connected Apps are available, as are Teen Driver controls, and the vehicle is loaded with air bags. An HD Rear Vision Camera (which looks and works great) and Rear Park Assist are standard features on the XT4.


    Official fuel mileage numbers on the AWD version of the XT4 come in at 22 city/29 highway/24 combined. The FWD version can reach 30 mpg on the highway.

    These numbers, courtesy of the new fuel-efficient engine, are near the top of the class in the luxury compact SUV category, and were confirmed during my time driving the vehicle. If fuel economy is a key box for buyers to check, theyll have a lot to like in the XT4.


    My test vehicle with a good number of add-ons was priced just over $48,000, and the XT4s base price starts about $36,000. These are very competitive numbers in the luxury segment, and will help to attract new buyers who may have a lower budget.

    When you consider that the XT4 competes well in most categories against more expensive alternatives, it comes across as a steal.

    Warranties include a 4-year/50K mile bumper-to-bumper limited warranty, and 6-year/70K mile powertrain limited warranty.

    2019 Cadillac XT4 Sport


    SUVs are the segment where auto companies will make their money going forward. And Cadillac should see success attracting new luxury buyers to the brand with a vehicle like the XT4.

    The price is right, its more stylish than many of its rivals inside and out, and the drive is enjoyable. Add to that a bevy of tech and safety features, and you have a truly competitive package.

    Especially if someone is looking to buy domestic, they now have a compelling reason to do so.

    Matt Myftiu can be reached via email at His past reviews can all be seen online at

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    America’s Preferred Home Warranty Partnership with Child and Family Charities Boosts Efforts During COVID-19 – PR Web - June 6, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

    America's Preferred Home Warranty Partnership with Child and Family Charities During COVID-19

    JACKSON, Mich. (PRWEB) June 05, 2020

    Child and Family Charities (CFC) and Americas Preferred Home Warranty (APHW) have a relationship going back nearly a decade. The nonprofit has grown considerably over the years, and APHW has not only kept donating, but repeatedly increased donations, fundraisers, and volunteers. These increases have made a huge impact on CFCs reach among mid-Michigan children, youth and familiesparticularly during COVID-19.

    APHW has helped us become a stronger organization, said CFC CEO Julie Thomasma. And because of their help, we felt better about going into this situation, being better able to offer support and increase our services where they are needed most, she said.

    Child and Family Charities assists mid-Michigan youth and families through 25 programs across six divisions. They have focused extra efforts around providing food assistance, childcare, shelter, and mental health services during COVID-19, Julie described, because so many more families need them these days, and so much more.

    APHWs support also helped CFC to keep their entire staff during COVID-19, and even expand it. Weve actually hired additional coaches to meet the need, she said. And weve been doing even more work because that need is so great. Were in a really great position because of APHW.

    The support from [APHW President and Owner] Randy Caltrider and APHW gives us that spark of hope to continue working with the populations and families we serve, said CFC Director of Development Demphna Krikorian. Were seeing the increasing needs, and well see more tomorrow and onward until we get through this. And we really couldnt do it without that spark, that hope, that APHW gives us.

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    Total Home Protection Is Using Technology To Improve Customer Communications – ZOBUZ – Zobuz - June 6, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

    Today, Total Home Protection, a home warranty company working to provide high-quality home warranty products and services to homeowners, announced that they will be working on launching a new communication platform and developing a new CRM system to better manage all aspects of their business. Their newly conceptualized AI-based platform is designed to allow complete real-time visibility into all aspects of the process for all the parties involved, including Total Home Protections own employees, the service contractors in their network, and, most importantly, the consumers.

    Traditionally, home warranty companies operate indistinguishably from one another. The homeowner is always tasked with calling the home warranty company to report when a home system or appliance has broken or has stopped working. The home warranty company then has its employees manually process this claim and connect the homeowner with a service provider who will contact them to make an appointment.After this, the service provider fixes thecoveredproblem, and the home warranty company will pay for the services rendered based on the homeowners contract coverage.Its an efficient, but incredibly lengthy process.

    Now, according to the current owner and CEO of Total Home Protection David Seruya, their re engineered communication platform will make this process simpler, more efficient, and more open for homeowners. We are dedicated to providing World Class Customer Service through our technology and providing fast and effective solutions to our customers. This technology allows us to do that, said David Seruya.

    According to Mr. Seruya, with this new technology, customers will be able to put in service claims online or over the phone using only their policy number. The platforms intuitive AI-based algorithms will then almost-automatically match each customers claim with the highest-rated technicians in the area so that they can be given the highest quality of service in the shortest amount of time feasible. Theyve also built-in new communication gateways that homeowners can use in order to get real-time updates on the job. These portals can also be used by homeowners to chat with certified professionals through text and it will allow them to track and follow the progression of repairs or replacements more easily so that they can stay better informed on the process.

    June, of Auster, GA, a verified buyer of one of Total Home Protections plans had this to say about the companys communication practices. I turned the switch for the garbage disposal to come on, and it stayed on. It wouldnt cut off. So, I had to go into the garage and turn it off. I called in for a claim and I had no problem with the representative that I dealt with. The contractor came in less than 48 hours, and that was why I was impressed with Total Home Protection. Before them, I had American Home Shield and it was a nightmare. When you make a claim (with AHS), their contractors do not come until a week later. That was why I switched. This review was originally posted on the 10th of November, 2019, and thus, was reviewing Total Home Protections original systems.

    However, it does still paint a fair picture of the companys existing customer service systems and the new systems that they plan to put into play. Former President Ronald Seruya says this about their growth. I am very proud of the growth the Company has seen since it started. I am happy I was there for the humble beginnings and Im even more excited to continue to see the company excel and become an industry juggernaut.

    Total Home Protections ultimate goal is to deliver fast and effective solutions to homeowners with their home warranty products and their network of highly-rated service contractors. This new technology that they hope to put out is designed to help further that objective. Specifically, by focusing on improving the quality of customer relations and providing complete transparency in their process to keep consumers better informed, and thus, more satisfied.

    This has always been one of Total Home Protections main goals, and although their current CRM systems are more than adequate at competing with most of the existing home warranty systems at large, they are hoping that this new communication platform and CRM system will help push their process into an entirely new standard of excellence.

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    David Seruya about the competencies that made Total Home Protection successful – California Herald - June 6, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

    This interview with David Seruya, CEO of Total Home Protection, covers the competencies that led to the success of Total Home Protection. The company ensures what is probably the essential thing in the existence of a family: peace of mind, calm, and security. The firm can quickly find a solution for almost all problems with minimal costs.

    Total Home Protection was founded in 2005 by David Seruya, a brave young man of only 25 years old. He learned how to run and develop the company step by step. He made mistakes that he corrected and from which he learned. He trained and perfected all the qualities necessary for a good leader. We will talk about some of the competencies that allowed him to improve his managerial skills.

    What are the criteria for which you recommend Total Home Protection as the best company in the field?

    David Seruya: There are several reasons why Total Home Protection is the ideal solution for any family that wants to be safe from small or large problems that may occur at home. We offer two home warranty plans: Gold Plan and Platinum Plan. Both cover the leading systems and appliances; Platinum Plan supplies extensive services. Friendly customer service 24/7 solves client problems in no time. The leading team carefully selects every technician; only a well-trained and certified technician can be part of our teams. Total Home Protection covers every repairs or replacement, without considering the damaged equipment price.

    As a young entrepreneur, how did you manage to form and lead these teams of professionals

    David Seruya: I carefully selected only certified technicians based on their CV, references, and, sometimes, my intuition. The supervisors choice is the most difficult. Supervising one colleague can generate issues, and I managed to help the supervisors to overcome sensitive situations. I always consider the technicians productivity and their organizational culture.

    It is almost impossible to avoid all labor disputes. How did you manage to solve them so that the teams work in a friendly environment?

    David Seruya: It is essential to find the conflict source. We talk patiently with both parties and collaborate in a friendly manner to find a win-win solution. I know that unsolved problems can damage the team activities and lead to significant issues. My emotional intelligence is an essential skill. It is an innate gift that cannot be learned. Emotional intelligence helps me to improve interpersonal relationships. I cannot lead a team to success without empathy and patience. This competence has developed over the years devoted to Total Home Protection and my family. I have many responsibilities that I must face, and I know how to avoid burnout.

    It is time to talk about the importance of your skills as a great communicator

    David Seruya: It is vital to have excellent verbal and written communication skills to manage employees. I need to create an organized structure to send the proper information to each compartment.

    The communication with the employees is vital. I must often use my skills to find the right way to communicate with my employees in a delicate situation. During the Covid-19 period, our activity suffered the same restrictions as many firms all over the world. In certain zones, the business stopped, without affecting the technician income. Everything comes to regular these days.

    I am convinced that my communication skills, my empathy, my emotional intelligence are the base of my technician teams success.

    Sometimes teams of technicians must deal with many requests in a short time. They must collaborate very well to be efficient. Have you thought about team buildings to help technicians relax and become friends?

    David Seruya: As a manager of Total Home Protection, I share our primary goals and vision with the employees. It is vital to help every technician to become part of a team, to collaborate better with his colleagues. Therefore, I organize, from time to time, team building events. First, I set the goals; then, I set up the budget. I call my collaborators to find the proper time and location.

    The most popular team building events happen outdoor. Sometimes the weather forces us to remain indoors, but the game can be exciting too. A few volunteers help me organize the event. They have great ideas and often make it possible to get out of our comfort zone.

    It is vital to have excellent customer service. What are the qualities that will help you to improve customer service permanently?

    David Seruya: I learned to be a good coach. Inexperienced technicians receive help from me almost all the time. I like to share my knowledge and share my understood experience. It is the way for my new colleagues to find their weaknesses and improve their skills. I make efforts to train the new technicians because it is vital to respond quickly and offer practical help to our clients. In the meantime, the technicians also develop their problem-solving skills. Their knowledge must be updated because the change is essential to move steadily forward.

    When I have significant problems to solve, I delegate the coaching tasks to one of the experienced employees. It increases their job responsibilities and may improve the organizations strategy.

    Please tell me more about the most critical task that concerns you now

    David Seruya: I am doing my best to find what motivates my employees and find how to support their initiatives. I use my resources to discover how to create the best work environment for my technicians.

    Are your client testimonials favorable? Did you find an exciting proposal or idea in their thoughts?

    David Seruya: The testimonials are a good source of ideas for improving our work, and when they are favorable, they are proof that the efforts we make every day have paid off. Total Home Protection plans are not available nationwide. Many testimonials ask us to offer reliable coverage everywhere in our country. Customers testify that they saved energy and time with Total Home Protection; the costs are competitive, and the service prompt and effective.

    Some happy clients recommend Total Home Protection to their friends and families, as a good company. Clients had satisfying, positive experiences. Total Home Protection replaces the broken items with no charge or for minimal fees.

    The testimonials help to build out prestige. I am happy to find that our site, the result of my work as a designer, is user friendly. Many comments are proof that the website works well and offers without much effort all required information.

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    Protect Your Home with The Grout Doctor – Roanoker - June 6, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

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    Automotive Refurbished Turbochargers Market 2020-2024| Low Cost of Refurbished Turbochargers to Boost Market Growth | Technavio – Business Wire - June 6, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

    LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The automotive refurbished turbochargers market is expected to grow by USD 743.44 million during 2020-2024. The report also provides the market impact and new opportunities created due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We expect the impact to be significant in the first quarter but gradually lessen in subsequent quarters with a limited impact on the full-year economic growth.

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    The demand for refurbished automotive turbochargers is increasing among consumers owing to their low cost compared to new units. Refurbished turbochargers are usually stripped down, cleaned, and the faulty parts are replaced by newer ones. Also, some parts in turbochargers, such as the compressor housing, need not be replaced as they are not susceptible to regular wear and tear. Refurbished turbochargers also look similar compared to the newer ones. In addition, prominent vendors are offering warranties on refurbished turbochargers. For instance, BorgWarner offers a one-year or a 100,000-mile warranty on its automotive refurbished turbochargers. Such cost benefits are driving the growth of the global automotive refurbished turbochargers market.

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    Prominent vendors in the market are focusing on the development of electric turbochargers that feature motors. The electric motor enables the turbocharger to rapidly spin up the turbo at low speeds. This eliminates the turbo lag issue faced by conventional turbochargers. During deceleration, these turbochargers act as generators to charge the battery. They are also less complex to pack when compared to conventional turbochargers. With the increasing regulatory pressure to deliver fuel-efficient vehicles, the demand for electric turbochargers will gain traction during the forecast period.

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    Comprehensive Analysis on Extended Warranty Service Market based on types and application – 3rd Watch News - June 6, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

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    Photos: 9 homes recently listed in the La Crosse area – La Crosse Tomah Journal - March 5, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

    The following are real estate transfers filed in La Crosse County. By law, some transfers are exempt from transfer fees; these properties are listed without prices.


    Losey & State LLC to VSC Corp., 2415 Cass St.

    Keith Belzer and Lisa Metz-Belzer to Lisa Metz-Belzer, 1217 Charles St.

    Margaret Anderson-Chiraghdin to Goehner Investments 1 LLC, 931 and 929 S. 16th St., 1601 Jackson St., $182,000.

    Derek and Julie Nordeen Revocable Grantor Trust to Derek and Julie Nordeen, 1408 King St.

    Derek and Julie Nordeen to Felber Properties LLC, 1408 King St.

    Clifford Strand to Christopher Strand and Nicholas Wateski, 1317 Caledonia St., $42,700.

    Morton Revocable Trust to Richard Morton, 350 S. 28th St.

    Richard Morton to Richard Morton Revocable Trust, 350 S. 28th St.

    Sandra Winterfield to Andrew Dayton, 1825 Weston St., $124,000.

    Kelly Strutz to Chadd Heilman-Schmidt and Adam Schmidt-Heilman, 1403 S. 28th St., $174,000.

    Theresa Knothe to Ross Knothe Supplemental Trust, 2603 Prospect St.

    Debra and Robert Ekern to Jessica Ekern, 1516 S. 10th St.

    Daniel and Joanna Leach to Gregory Lundstad and Kelly Strutz, 3042 S. 29th Court, $179,900.

    Kathryn and Michael Frie to WGW Holdings LLC, 2817 and 2819 Hass St., $57,150.

    Norman Suhr to Chris and Sheila Eisermann, 1023 S. Eighth St., $68,000.

    Michael Deal to Jennifer Steel, 2042 Prospect St., $15,280.

    Richard and Sally Egan, Patricia Snow to Patricia Snow, 1422 Redfield St., $42,174.

    Jonathan Powell to Haley Shepardson, 2226 Loomis St., $112,500.

    Diane and Robert Midland to Matthew West, 1916 Barlow St.

    Kratt Lumber Co. to Lexi Logsdon and Francisco Marquezpalmas, 1003 S. 25th St., $272,000.

    Hub on Sixth LLC to Eric and Virginia Swails, 415 N. Sixth St., $210,000.

    Hawkeye LLC to PE Rentals LLC, 919 Gould St., $1,200,000.

    New Beginnings Christian Fellowship Assemblies of God to Kellogg Investments LLC, 122 N. Fifth Ave., $253,800.

    Alexa and Christopher Lowry to Castle Investment Group, 913 Green Bay St., $100,000.


    Kaye and Stanley Brueggen to Emily Everson, 1110 Well St., $124,000.

    Emily and Miguel Guerrero to Ashlynne and Zachary Knutson, 1324 N. Third Ave., $320,000.

    Edith MacDougal to Laura Anderson and Kevin Sipley, 618 N. 12th Ave.

    Harold and Shirley Berberich to Kevin, Kraig and Kurt Berberich, 1213 La Crosse St.

    Anne Besl to Katherine Miller and Christian Tischer, 512 S. Oak Ave., $166,400.

    Terrance Herbst to MWT LLC, 3716 E. Emerald Drive.

    Maria and Matthew Runde to Timothy and Laura Johnson, 3333 Emerald Valley Drive, $920,000.


    JMQ Properties LLC to Megalyn LLC, 3053 and 3049 Red Clover St., $79,900.

    North Country Contractors of West Salem Inc. to Jason Berger, $365,623.

    Charlene Timm Estate to Michael Burkhardt, $40,000.


    Amanda and Scott Scholze to Kelly and Thomas Surrarrer, $133,000.

    Jeffrey Frawley to Alexander and Lauren Jaromin.

    Kevin Aleckson to Aben Farms LLC, $195,000.

    Michelle and Robert Miller to Alleck and Holly Olerud, $320,000.


    Agnetha Ames to Agnetha Ames Trust.


    Rita and Timothy Miller to Kimberly Buchholz and Vong Xiong, $240,000.

    Leon and Ruth Pfaff to Craig and Roxanne Jaderston, $1,500.

    Sandra and Steven Paisley to Kyle Kirchner, $165,000.


    Daniel and Timothy Schneider to Thomas and Tracey Albrecht, $155,000.


    Jerrel Schomberg to the Jerrel and Denise Schomberg Revocable Trust.

    Aben Farms LLC to Kevin Aleckson, $195,000.


    Dustin and Rhonda Berg to Paula and Stephen Hueners, $118,000.

    Michelle Kelly to Michelle and Stacey Kelly.


    Mark and Xiaozan Anderson to Michelle McElligott and Phillip Randles Jr., $437,500.

    Lorraine Shisler to Richard and Robyn Shisler, $90,000.


    Kathleen and Robert Hancock Sr. to Hancock Family Trust.

    James and Diana Birnbaum Revocable Trust to Town of Shelby, $39,900.

    Continued here:
    Photos: 9 homes recently listed in the La Crosse area - La Crosse Tomah Journal

    Property Transactions: March 4 | Business – - March 5, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

    Following are recent property transactions recorded in the Loudon County Register of Deeds office:

    Feb. 14

    Lisa Wilkerson Sheman, Thelma W. Brown, deceased, and Frank P. Hughes III to Trever M. Branson, warranty deed, District 2, $101,900.

    Terry C. Dysinger and Janett L. Dysinger to New Season Properties LLC, warranty deed, District 1, Toqua Hills, lot 6, block 16, $9,500.

    Brian Edwards and Casey Edwards to New Season Properties LLC, warranty deed, District 1, Toqua Hills, lot 5, block 16, $7,500.

    Kanzie Ngyuen, Hieu Nguyen and Joe Hieu Nguyen to Jonathan Shamblin and Stacey Shamblin, warranty deed, District 5, James T. Gibson, lot 1, $125,000.

    Thomas Woods LLC to TW2 LLC, warranty deed, District 2, Thomas Woods, lot 14, $25,000.

    Foshee Properties LP to Malissa Katherine Meadows and Katherine Lee Meadows, warranty deed, District 5, Eleven Estates horizontal property, unit 1, $125,500.

    Dan. W. Loftis and Lezlee M. Loftis to Roger K. Frantz, trustee of the Roger K. Frantz Living Trust, warranty deed, District 1, Willington Place, unit 11, $182,500.

    Roy Bryan Petett to DR Horton Inc., warranty deed, District 1, Cedar Grove, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 and 30, $1,410,000.

    Wendell C. Redmond, Jeannette Redmond, Jeanette Redmond, Janette R. Walker, Janet M. Walker, Jack Redmond and Suzanne Redmond to Wendell C. Redmond and Jeannette B. Redmond, warranty deed, District 5, Jack Redmond, lot 1, $25,000.

    Kenny E. Baker to Michael E. Julian and Frankie R. Julian, warranty deed, District 3, $40,000.

    Feb. 18

    Tony Butler, Jim Cherry, David Johnson, Alex Sherrill, David Thompson and Jerry Watson, trustees of the Nashville Road Church of Christ and Nashville Road Church of Christ, to Michael Hall and Sheldon Presley, trustees of Greenback Church of Christ and Greenback Church of Christ, quit claim deed, District 3, 5 acres, Town of Greenback, $0.

    Frederick T. Fehl and Sheryl W. Fehl to David L. Cunningham, warranty deed, District 1, Toqua Greens, lot 25, block 8, $326,000.

    Jack Redmond and Suzanne Redmond to Candace S. Johnson, warranty deed, District 5, 5 acres, Jack Redmond, lot 2, $396,900.

    Randy Wheeler Austin to Joshua M. Songster and Jennifer Songster, warranty deed, District 2, Randy Wheeler Austin property, lot 2, $245,000.

    Randy Wheeler Austin to Jennifer Songster and Joshua Songster, warranty deed, District 2, Randy Wheeler Austin property, lot 1, $37,500.

    Yvonne Toon, executor, Betty P. Hicks, deceased, Yvonne Carson, Thomas Anthony Hicks and Betty M. Hicks, deceased, to Volhomes LLC, warranty deed, District 2, Johnson, lot 10, $76,000.

    AKJ LLC to Mashburn Home Builder LLC, warranty deed, District 1, Mialaquo Coves, lot 15, block 20, $4,000.

    Shawn Travis Vineyard and Jimmy Paul Vineyard, deceased, to Wendell C. Redmond and Janette R. Walker, warranty deed, District 3, Fort Loudon Estates, lot 19, $212,000.

    Don L. Franklin to John Matthew Little, warranty deed, District 3, Franklin Estates, unit 2, lot 41, $25,500.

    Randall Sparks and Debra Sparks to Whitney Hawkins, warranty deed, District 5, Randy K. and Debra L. Sparks, lot 3, $90,000.

    Steven Sloan and Natalie Owens to Lucas Aaron Saylor and Symarah D. Saylor, warranty deed, District 1, John W. Simpson, lots 9 and 10, $168,000.

    Mary Ruth Dunsmore to Joseph Michael Dunsmore and Sandra Shaw Dunsmore, warranty deed, District 5, 21.21 acres, $85,000.

    Feb. 19

    Otis Riley Washington Jr., and Luther Cordell Washington, deceased, to John A. Kaprocki and Lynne A. Kaprocki, trustees of the Kaprocki Family Living Trust, warranty deed, District 1, Tanasi Shores, lot 6, block 12, $208,000.

    Lori A. Orlando to Richard W. McLeod Jr., and Sandra A. McLeod, warranty deed, District 1, Tanasi Greens, lot 11, block 6, $395,800.

    Paula G. Miller and James H. Miller to Richard A. Moore Jr., warranty deed, District 2, $209,000.

    WR Development Corporation to Edward Toro and Denise Hardin, warranty deed, District 3, WindRiver, phase 2, lot 145, $347,900.

    Virginia R. Tolbert, trustee of the Helen Margaret Rose Revocable Living Trust, and Virgil Rose Jr., deceased, to Bruce Burger and Gerri Burger, warranty deed, District 3, Fort Loudon Estates, lot 35, $425,000.

    Feb. 20

    Patricia A. Winters to Thomas R. McDermott and Sandra W. McDermott, warranty deed, District 5, Avalon, unit 7, lot 41, block F, $578,000.

    Teresa A. Hightower to Justin G. Locascio, warranty deed, District 2, 1.27 acres, $240,000.

    Johnna E. Pope, Morgan A. Pope and John E. Pope, deceased, to Richard Neal Hagenson and Shona Renea Hagenson, warranty deed, District 1, 21.18 acres, $130,000.

    Cyndie Hill to Joseph J. Wallace, warranty deed, District 1, Roberson Springs, lot 13, $17,500.

    Arlin Gurley to Leilani S. Doyle and Daniel J. Doyle, warranty deed, District 2, Thomas Woods, lot 6, $476,514.

    Feb. 21

    Wilson & Associates PLLC sub trustee, Frances L. McConkey and Theodore W. McConkey to Braden Cutshaw, trustees deed, District 2, Lenoir City, lot 20, block 14, $47,581.

    Karen Graham to Madewell Homes LLC, quit claim deed, District 1, Toqua Point, lot 26, block 11, $0.

    Darlene R. Moore to Darlene R. Moore and Luther A. Moore, quit claim deed, District 2, $0.

    Magen Shedden to Magen Shedden, quit claim deed, District 4, 30.37 acres, $0.

    Richard F. Fortney and Joni P. Fortney to David Osterman and Debbie Osterman, quit claim deed, District 1, Chatuga Point, lot 36, block 9, $0.

    Gregory L. Jackson and Alice H. Jackson to Jerry Byrd and Diane Byrd, warranty deed, District 5, Avalon, unit 1, lot 48, $470,000.

    Teresa Fay Primo and Michael Bivens to Kimberly P. Carman, warranty deed, Jackson Crossing, phase 3, lot 9R, $189,000.

    Daniel A. Dunlap and Tina J. Dunlap to Macklin C. Allan and Rachel L. Allan, warranty deed, District 2, Hardin Estates, lot 27, block G, $172,000.

    Albert T. Purino to Michael L. Patterson and Brenda Ann Patterson, warranty deed, District 1, Tanasi Shores, lot 3, block 2, $10,500.

    Jerome Horvath to Teresa Primo, warranty deed, District 2, James Hamilton, lots 123, 124 and 125, $40,000.

    Kenneth Hunt to Remoda Diane Burch and Richard Burch, warranty deed, District 1, .44 acres, $13,500.

    Michael S. Murr, Debbie Irvin, Tom Murr, Sandy Patton and Reba Kathleen Yates Murr, deceased, to Michael R. Tessendorf, trustee of the Michael R. Tessendorf Declaration of Trust, warranty deed, District 1, 6 acres, $225,000.

    AKJ LLC to Norman L. Holtz and Sharon L. Mitchell, trustees of the Holtz Mitchell 2017 Joint Trust, warranty deed, District 1, Toqua Coves, lot 27, block 6, $3,800.

    Nick R. Seagle to Richard Gerstenberg and Mary Gerstenberg, warranty deed, District 1, Tanasi Shores, lot 13, block 19, $3,250.

    Claudia Maria Hernandez to David Osterman and Debbie Osterman, warranty deed, District 1, Chatuga Point, lot 36, block 9, $5,000.

    Property Transactions: March 4 | Business -

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