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Sept. 17 Deeds of Trust


Monday, September 17, 2018

The following deeds of trust were recorded with the Pitt County Registrar of Deeds from Aug. 30-Sept. 5:

■ Joseph Anthony Ratte, Demetria Leshaye Hadley to Atlantic Bay Mortgage Group LLC $114,000

■ Michael E. Slocum to KS Bank Inc. $137,000

■ SRC Facilities LLC to UBS AG, Stamford Branch $143,000,000 (amendment)

■ SRC Facilities LLC to UBS AG, Stamford Branch $143,000,000 (amendment)

■ Laura G. Weigum (trustee) to First Bank $960,000

■ James Robert Freeman to Atlantic Bay Mortgage Group LLC $235,161

■ Eastern Medical Properties-Winterville LLC to First-Citizens Bank & Trust Company $1,600,000

■ Arthur James Swann II, Shelley Marie Binegar to Alcova Mortgage LLC $203,700

■ Mark T. Lindsay to Alcova Mortgage LLC $208,525

■ Morgan L. Stage, Virginia C. Stage to Branch Banking and Trust Company $220,140

■ Kristian E. Caldwell, Richard L. Caldwell to CresCom Bank $303,000

■ Ronald Dunbar II to Caliber Home Loans Inc. $180,330

■ Sarah B. Briley, John K. Briley to Branch Banking and Trust Company $310,000

■ Shelby Knowles Luviano, Jose Luviano to Angel Oak Home Loans LLC $166,724

■ Ian Kiel McAdam, Sally Welker McAdam to Affiliated Mortgage Services (a/n/o Southern Bank and Trust Company) $229,600

■ Rick Warren to Quicken Loans Inc. $280,250

■ Alex Gillone, Acela Alejandra Martinez Luna to Wells Fargo Bank NA $254,700

■ Richard Weaver, Grace Gavigan to Bank of America NA $484,000

■ Bryson A. Pryor, Sterling C. Pryor to Wells Fargo Bank NA $172,000

■ Southern Development Group Inc. to Garris-Evans Lumber Company $208,000

■ Deniece Russell to Guaranteed Rate Inc. $128,250

■ Travis T. Bulluck, Latoya Bulluck to PrimeLending, A PlainsCapital Company $180,691

■ James Bryan Lake, Angelia Respass Lake to Branch Banking and Trust Company $338,423

■ Daryl D. Jones, Amy L. Jones to Quicken Loans Inc. $337,025

■ Lucinda Black Vines to Local Govt. Federal Credit Union $106,000

■ Richie M. Baker, Alice C. Baker to Alcova Mortgage LLC $141,391

■ Robert Lewis Waugh Jr., Regina Marie Crisci to Atlantic Bay Mortgage Group LLC $185,155

■ Dana Barnes, Soon Barnes to Wells Fargo Bank NA $164,700

■ Amy Nadine Brinkley (f/k/a Amy Nadine Wessels), Gary Brinkley to Quicken Loans Inc. $166,098

■ Justin A. Stone, Catherine A. Stone to Wells Fargo Bank NA $400,000

■ Tyler Lane Williams, Sarah Diane Craft to Local Govt. Federal Credit Union $112,000

■ William Tyler Hines-Carraway, Caroline Denise Hines-Carraway to Atlantic Bay Mortgage Group LLC $189,900

■ Wesley G. Robinson, Melissa G. Robinson to State Employees' Credit Union $170,000

■ 4JPII LLC to Select Bank & Trust Company $7,000,000

■ Hamilton D. Moore Jr. to Select Bank & Trust Company $360,000

■ Melshaun Pugh to On Q Financial Inc. $170,838

■ Ann S. Wilmer, Michael C. Wilmer to PennyMac Loan Services LLC $145,000

■ Dorsey Spencer to Wells Fargo Bank NA $128,500

■ Anuj Aggarwal to Wells Fargo Bank NA $183,920

■ Tucker Farms Inc., Ralph C. Tucker Jr. to AgCarolina Farm Credit ACA $2,957,675.22

■ Jeremy B. Cleaton, Kelly D. Cleaton to State Employees' Credit Union $189,000

■ Carl Johnson to John D. Wilder, Elizabeth H. Wilder $108,000

■ Timothy A. Turner, Christy W. Turner to Quicken Loans Inc. $129,731

■ S&K Wainright Holdings LLC to Union Bank $400,000

■ Tierney Construction LLC to First Bank $216,000

■ Brandon Ray Haddock to Farm Service Agency $300,000


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