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County real estate sales

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August 4, 2011 |

Address     Sale Price

Davis (95616)

234 Ipanema Pl.     $409,000

Davis (95618)

1718 Fremont Ct., 2     $145,000

2755 Blackburn Dr.     177,500

1409 Buckeye Ln.     284,000

502 Schmeiser Ave.     375,000

44737 Garden Ct.     400,000

2815 Belhaven Pl.     407,000

1637 La Paloma Ct.     450,000

2612 Wellesley Pl.     490,000

3724 Arroyo Ave.     505,000

2611 Kalamazoo Pl.     550,000

4304 Alegre Way     610,000

5301 Marden Dr.     650,000

4127 Tallow Pl.     769,000

Woodland (95695)

910 Cottonwood St.     $112,500

117 Orange St.     171,000

Woodland (95776)

974 Wallace Dr.     $147,500

2787 Bender Pl.     161,000

2124 Muller Dr.     167,500

Winters (95694)

407 Pear Pl.     $100,000

202 Russell St.     350,000

West Sacramento (95691)

1635 Sausalito Rd.     $199,600

600 11th St.     200,000

3106 Sumatra St.     213,000

3325 New Hogan Pl.     235,000

3860 Big Bear St.     290,000

3849 Rock Creek Rd.     305,000

3580 Bridgeway Lakes Dr.     305,000

Broderick (95605)

885 Wedge Wood Ct.     $465,000

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