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Tuesday, November 21, 2017
On June 2, 2017, Susan D. Stukins purchased a home at 2425 E. William St., Decatur from Shaw (trust) for $30,000.
The home at 630 Wagoner Drive, Mount Zion was sold on June 2, 2017 by Evelyn Sue Dehart (trust) for $115,000. The buyer was Shuojia Dong.
The home at 493 Shadow Drive, Decatur was sold on June 2, 2017 by Norma Jean McCane for $135,000. The buyer was Carol Ann Gardner.
On June 2, 2017, Laquisha Freemon purchased a home at 2168 E. Clay St., Decatur from Dorothea D Sumner for $52,900.
On June 2, 2017, Christine M. Meeker purchased a home at 426 S. McClellan St., Decatur from Donald Thompson for $41,000.
The home at 3275 S. Taylor Road, Decatur was sold on June 2, 2017 by Joshua D. Sheets for $212,000. The buyer was Richard T. Anderson.
On June 2, 2017, Kathleen L. Bushnell sold their home at 6 Colorado Drive, Decatur to Raymond L. Brown for $71,250.
On June 2, 2017, Anitra L Watkins purchased a home at 174 Bristol Drive, Decatur from Rebecca R. Helding for $78,500.
The home at 5 Hilltop Drive, Decatur was sold on June 1, 2017 by Barbara L. Sevits for $115,000. The buyer was Tina J Gist.
On June 1, 2017, Rebecca Lynn Sphar sold their home at 133 Cambridge Court, Decatur to Ashley K. Mattingly for $73,000.
On June 1, 2017, Tamara S Smith sold their home at 3260 Fields Court, Decatur to Samantha Wright for $122,000.
On June 1, 2017, Dianna M Ashby sold their home at 1629 Hunters View Drive, Mount Zion to Angela C Keck for $260,000.
On June 1, 2017, Steven G Jones sold their home at 704 Shorewood Drive, Decatur to Christine M. Perbix for $80,000.
On June 1, 2017, Susan R. Burgener sold their home at 139 N. Dennis Ave., Decatur to Sara E. Barnett for $68,250.
The home at 2519 W. MacOn St., Decatur was sold on June 1, 2017 by Patricia L Wheeler for $115,000. The buyer was Cheryl Carpenter.
Illinoisans pay more in total taxes than anyone else in the nation, so any thoughts about adding to that burden need to be forgotten, a tax analyst argued recently.
Illinois residents burdened with falling home values and high property taxes are headed toward a cliff if Springfield doesn't do something soon to pull the state back from the precipice, a financial analyst said.