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$440,000

Sellers: Ghislain and Nathalie Lemarie.

Buyers: Fernando Lehnen and Clara Alvarez.

Address: 5100 SW 65th Ave., Miami. Yr. built: 1960.

Bdrms: 3. Baths: 2. A/C sq. ft.: 1,984. Lot sq. ft.: .10,022

Date Sold: 05-15-13. Previous sale: $198,000 in 2000.

Days on market: 8. Agents: Lisa Dority, Re/Max Advance Realty; Tim Forster, Coldwell Banker.

$690,000

Sellers: Eric and Amy Von Hofen.

Buyers: Nelson and Jessica Alcantara.

Address: 1545 Baracoa Ave., Coral Gables. Yr. built: 1953.

Bdrms: 3. Baths: 2. A/C sq. ft.: 1,723. Lot sq. ft.: 11,025.

Date Sold: 09-27-13. Previous sale: $603,000 in 2006.

Days on market: 7. Agents: Mauricio Barbab, P.A. One Sotheby’s International Realty; Evelyn Martinez, Alimac Realty Group.

$1,093,000

Sellers: Jay and Maria Bernkrant.

Buyers: Murlikrishna Kannan and Sushmitha Santhosh.

Address: 9790 SW 67th Ave., Pinecrest. Yr. built: 1953.

Bdrms: 5. Baths: 4. A/C sq. ft.: 4,116. Lot sq. ft.: 32,060.

Date Sold: 09-30-13. Previous sale: $157,000 in 1986.

Days on market: 110. Agents: Reza Farajzadeh, NLS Nerd; Manon Mohammady, Coldwell Banker.

$585,000

Seller: Donald Nier.

Buyer: Residential Recovery Capital Holding LLC.

Address: 14200 Old Cutler Rd., Palmetto Bay. Yr. built: 1950.

Bdrms: 3. Baths: 3. A/C sq. ft.: 3,200. Lot sq. ft.: 60,112.

Date Sold: 06-12-13. Previous sale: N/A.

Days on market: 110. Agents: Ana Schmelz, Re/max Advance Realty; Sergio Rebollo, Team Mate Real Estate.

$195,000

Sellers: Enrique and Fritzie Santos Osorio.

Buyers: Lance and Elizabeth Thomas.

Address: 890 NE 118th St., Biscayne Park. Yr. built: 1941.

Bdrms: 2. Baths: 1. A/C sq. ft.: 1,520. Lot sq. ft.: 6,900.

Date Sold: 08-24-13. Previous sale: $310,000 in 2005.

Days on market: 9. Agents: Patrick L. Duffy, Duffy Realty.

$170,000

Sellers: Mario and Iris Lopez.

Buyer: Karel Hernandez.

Address: 1314 SW 131st Circle., Miami. Yr. built: 1979.

Bdrms: 3. Baths: 3. A/C sq. ft.: 1,850. Lot sq. ft.: Condo.

Date Sold: 09-16-13. Previous sale: N/A.

Days on market: 124. Agents: Carlos Garcia, Keyes Co. Realtors; Peter Dautel, Skinner Realty.

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