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The following property deeds are on file at the Allegany County Courthouse: •James M. Raver and Sue E. Raver transferred property at 14220 Hazen Road, Cumberland, to David E. Lesz for $695,000 on Dec. 1. •Charles W. Porter and Lena M. Porter transferred property at 716 Shawnee Ave., Cumberland, to Rodney M. Ross Sr. for $82,500 on Dec. 1. •John F. Barmon transferred property at 107 Columbia St., Cumberland, to Courtney S. Garfield for $17,500 on Dec. 1. •Michael Wilson and Iris Wilson transferred property at 735 National Highway, LaVale, to Mevla Paunovic for $147,500 on Dec. 2. •Jeffery A. McKinley transferred property at 110 Daybreak Drive, Cumberland, to Nationstar Mortgage LLC for $100,050 on Dec. 2. •Aurora J. Bray estate transferred property at 16407 NE Lakewood Drive, Rawlings, to Virgil W. Hamilton for $150,000 on Dec. 2. •Nathan A. Young transferred property at 15918 Llewellyn Ave., Rawlings, to Lucas G. Paitsel for $93,000 on Dec. 2. •Ventures Trust transferred property at 765 Fayette St., Cumberland, to John G. Abrams trustee for $39,900 on Dec. 2. •US Bank Natl. Assoc. Trustee transferred property at 319 Grand Ave., Cumberland, to ADMA Investments LLC for $15,500 on Dec. 2. •James T. West and Elizabeth R. West transferred property at 11904 Moores Drive,
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LaVale, to Pinto Properties LLC for $135,000 on Dec. 5. •Wells Fargo Bank transferred property at 544 Greene St., Cumberland, to Strategic Realty Fund LLC for $17,000 on Dec. 5. •Spirit SPE Portfolio 2007-2 LLC transferred property on Route 40 Road, Frostburg, to 84 Properties LLC for $773,657 on Dec. 5. •Cody W. Sivic transferred property at 16707 Watkins Road, Eckhart, to Tony A. Rossignuolo et al for $112,000 on Dec. 7. •Elmer B. Ravenscroft and Sarah Ravenscroft transferred property at 5 Furnace St., Lonaconing, to Richard M. Ravenscroft for $73,500 on Dec. 7. •Richard O. Evans le transferred property at 422 Vine St., Westernport, to Karen D. Lannon for $41,000 on Dec. 7. •Matthew Ramspott and Rebecca Ramspott transferred property at 766 Fayette St., Cumberland, to Dylann R. Buckley for $96,000 on Dec. 7. •Donald P. Dicken and Ellen J. Kleinman transferred property at 2 Grandview Terr., Cumberland, to Greis Kaarvaliksen for $9,000 on Dec. 8. •Robin S. Fazenbaker transferred property at 211 Kelley, Ave., Westernport, to Wells Fargo Bank for $119,190 on Dec. 8. •Allegany Land Co. Inc. transferred property on Bourbon St., Cresaptown, to Randy S. Rice for $35,000 on Dec. 9. •Amy R. Bruck transferred property at 56 LaVale Boulevard, LaVale, to Carolyn P. Haller for $95,000 on Dec. 12. •Anthony A. Garrovillo and Sheila N. Garrovillo transferred property at 1115 Bedford St., Cumberland, to Wilmington Savings Fund Society for $70,000 on Dec. 12. •Michelle N. Evitts trustee transferred property at 611 Washington St., Cumberland, to Daniel Taylor-Neumann for $80,000 on Dec. 12. •David E. Swisher transferred property at 422 Seymour St., Cumberland, to Patricia L. Henry for $51,000 on Dec. 12. •Brian W. Powell and Kimberly McArdle transferred
property at 12312 Fansler Road, Cumberland, to Secretary of Housing & Urban Dev. for $45,580 on Dec. 13. •J-J Enterprise transferred property on Cash Valley Road, Cumberland, to Matthew Stahlman and Elizabeth Stahlman for $28,800 on Dec. 13. •David A. Mullenax transferred property on Old Oldtown Road, Oldtown, to David L. Kline and Carrie M. Kline for $27,500 on Dec. 13. •Joseph R. Twigg and Teresa A. Twigg transferred property at 11510 Christie Road, Cumberland, to Criag Mearkle for $75,000 on Dec. 13. •Andrew P. Watkins transferred property at 16506 Mount Savage Road, Mount Savage, to Lori H. Ishler for $66,000 on Dec. 13. •Eugene J. Trottier and Carol R. Trottier transferred property at 217 Carroll St., Cumberland, to Gregory R. Martin for $93,000 on Dec. 13. •Frank Olinger and Ann L. Olinger transferred property at 150 Humbird St., Cumberland, to Craig F. Olinger for $92,000 on Dec. 13. •Branch Banking & Trust Co. transferred property at 13700 Crossover Road, Flintstone, to Amanda Albright for $75,000 on Dec. 13. •Charles Thomas Clise Jr. transferred property on Jackson Hill Road, Lonaconing, to Christopher B. Nightengale for $272,200 on Dec. 14. •David S. Shank and Jayne R. Shank transferred property at 13408 Pershing St., Cumberland, to Federal National Mortgage Assoc. for $95,938 on Dec. 14. •Atlas NC 1 SPE LLC transferred property at 9 Offutt St., Cumberland, to Sean D’Atri for $6,600 on Dec. 14. •Atlas NC 1 SPE LLC transferred property at 13 E. Offutt St., Cumberland, to Sean D’Atri for $6,600 on Dec. 14. •Toni Bradford and Ricardo Y. Bradford transferred property at 58 Marion St., Cumberland, to Steven M. Hamilton for $80,000 on Dec. 15. •Seth A. Kiser transferred property at 14719 Howard St.,
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Deeds CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2 Cresaptown, to JP Morgan Chase Bank for $42,350 on Dec. 15. •Michelle D. Mann transferred property at 122 N. Smallwood St., Cumberland, to Susan L. Alkire for $115,000 on Dec. 15. •Roger R. Miller and Wenona R. Diehl transferred property at 12023 Wood Rose Ave., Cumberland, to Vonnie M. Duckworth for $20,000 on Dec. 15. •Santos Revocable Management transferred property at 128 Oak St., Cumberland, to Maria A. Reyes for $37,000 on Dec. 15. •Carla L. Fagan transferred property at 303 Avirett Ave., Cumberland, to US Bank Trust for $45,464 on Dec. 16. •Eileen Gail Joy transferred property at 255 Elder St., Cumberland, to Michael S. Yacenech for $10,000 on Dec. 16. •Eileen Joy transferred property at 257 Elder St., Cumberland, to Michael S. Yacenech for $10,000 on Dec. 16. •James William Haines Jr. and Jeanete J. Haines transferred property on Old Williams Road, Flintstone, to Thomas P. O’Brien for $34,900 on Dec. 16. •Alfred Herman Weltman and Pauline Weltman LLE transferred property at 104 Potomac St., Cumberland, to Tarrell W. Weltman for $25,000 on Dec. 20. •Holly Bambino transferred property at 306 N. Waverly Terr., Cumberland, to Courtney S. Garfield for $35,444 on Dec. 21. •John L. Brant and Mary Margaret Brant transferred property at 15708 Warnick Road, Midland, to John L. Brant and Mary Margaret Brant for $8,000 on Dec. 21. •Jeffrey P. Voitek Jr. transferred property at 721 Gephart Drive, Cumberland, to Federal National Mtg. Assoc. for $5,386 on Dec. 22. •Charles W. Harris and Janett S. Harris transferred
property at 306 S. Allegany St., Cumberland, to Nationstar Mortgage LLC for $50,000 on Dec. 22. •Jack Curry transferred property at 681 Fayette St., Cumberland, to Crystal K. McLaughlin for $62,900 on Dec. 23.
$110,000 on Dec. 23. •Michael S. Cook and Tanya A. Cook transferred property at 1100 Holland St., Cumberland, to Krista I. Barnhart ofr $116,500 on Dec. 23. •Bonnie Jean Ballou transferred property at 729 Maryland Ave., Cumberland, to Kevin Kelly for $2,208 on Dec. 23. •John F. Klosterman transferred property at 504 Fort Ave., Cumberland, to Preston
•Aaron Ranker and Mary Wempe transferred property at 13420 Pershing St., Cumberland, to Ariel R. Garver for
Bryant Jr. for $76,650 on Dec. 28. •First Disciples Christian Church transferred property at 101 Independence St., Cumberland, to Washington First Church for $110,000 on Dec. 28. •First Christian Church transferred property at 312 Bedford St., Cumberland, to Washington First Church for $110,000 on Dec. 28. •Elizabeth A. Paye trans-
ferred property at 11 N. Johnson St., Cumberland, to Megan E. Gardner for $79,000 on Dec. 29. •Kenneth Brian Korns transferred property at 706 Montgomery Ave., Cumberland, to Nationstar Mortgage LLC for $73,950 on Dec. 29. •Bank of America transferred property at 401 Oldtown Road, Cumberland, to Sec. of Housing & Urban Dev. for $99,487 on Dec. 29.
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Did you know? (MS) — Many homeowners have lofty goals for their homes. Such plans may include extensive renovations or even additions. While many of these projects create beautiful changes in a home, it’s important to consider the impact that renovations can have on property value before beginning a project. Many home improvement projects do not add as much value as homeowners may think they do. In fact, some homeowners “overbuild” for their neighborhoods. This means the amount of money invested in improvements can likely never be recuperated because the house value simply exceeds those around by too much money. To avoid overbuilding, homeowners can ask themselves several questions before beginning a renovation project. • Will my house be the largest house in the neighborhood? Larger homes tend to have a lower price per square foot, so you may not want to improve to this extent. • Will the house blend with others in the area? If your house will stick out like a sore thumb, it will detract from its own value and could impact the value of other homes in the area. • Have I examined the cost vs. value of the project? Many home improvement resources analyze the cost of a project versus the overall value of that project with regard to property value. For example, a $100,000 basement remodel may not add $100,000 to the value of the home in the event you choose to sell down the line. It’s important to know which projects provide the best return on investment.
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Americans have less tolerance for power outages in a digital world (BPT) - A flash of lighting, a loud clap of thunder and BOOM! Suddenly everything goes dark and you know the power in your home is officially out. Just about everyone has experienced a power outage due to a seasonal storm in their lifetime and it is a trend that continues to grow between super storms and ageing infrastructure. And with more and more homeowners relying on technology to run their homes -- from appliances to utilities to entertainment -- when the power goes out, consumers are more easily frustrated. Cummins, a global leader in backup power solutions, conducted a Harris Poll survey
to better understand Americans’ intolerance of power outages in today’s digital age. Has modern technology and digital homes made people more intolerant of losing their power? The survey polled 2,000 adults and 61 percent reported they feel frustration when the power goes out. In addition, 22 percent said there was nothing fun about a power outage. Of those who reported they could be entertained for some time with no power, 32 percent said it stopped being fun after one to four hours. It’s no surprise then that 29 percent of respondents would rather wait in line at the DMV than lose power. The research also shows Americans’ tolerance for a
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3 tips to protect your home this winter (BPT) - Cold temperatures, snow, sleet and ice can all wreak havoc on your home’s gutters, windows and gardens, but it can have even more harmful effects on exterior wooden surfaces, such as decks, siding or roof shingles. Residing in Rhode Island, Pete Flood, whose family founded the Flood wood care brand 175 years ago, knows this all too well. “The coastal climate is tough on wood,” Flood says. “The salt and humidity in the air sticks around all year.” Maintaining your home’s exterior wood surfaces, and of course using the right products, can help protect your home from harsh climates year round, but particularly harsh winter weather.” While the Flood wood care brand is now powered by PPG, a global innovator in coatings, Flood’s knowledge and deep understanding of the Flood brand’s heritage gives him a unique perspective on his own staining projects. Having just refinished his home’s siding and roof shingles this past August, Flood shares his favorite professional tips and products to help you prep and protect the outside of your home for the winter. REPARE BEFORE P STARTING PROJECTS Whether you are refinishing your deck, porch, siding or roof, it’s important to properly prepare the surface before starting your project. It not only helps to clean the wood, but also helps the stain to look its best for as long as possible. Rather than using a power washer, Flood recommends using a wood cleaner to properly remove dirt and loose fibers. “My family developed the first Flood wood cleaner in 1980, and today, the Flood Pro Series Wood Cleaner cleans a deck in half the time it takes
to power wash while removing four times more dirt than water alone.” CHOOSING THE RIGHT PRODUCT “Since my grandfather and brother were painting contractors, our family knew the importance of a quality product,” Flood says. Choosing the right product for your project can make the difference between both appearance and protection. First, it’s important to understand the climate
in your region to ensure you use a product that can protect against particular elements such as rain, snow or sunlight. Then, it’s just as important to select a product that will meet your appearance expectations. “When I last refinished my house in 2008, we used Flood CWF in Cedar Tone, and the product has held up really well over the years,” Flood says. “This time around, we used Flood Pro Series CWFUV 5 for its UV protection, water repellency against rain and snow, as well as penetrat-
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0 ,9 49 1 $
,00 59 1 $
0 ,9 44 1 $
3 BR, 3 BA, NICE KIT 2 DECKS, FAM RM, AL9730254)
2 BR, 3 BA, LG FAM RM, C/A, 2 OUTSIDE DECKS, A REAL MUST SEE (AL7589264)
3-4 BR, 2 BA, REC RM W/FP ,NICE FAM RM, FENCED IN REAR YARD (AL9548538)
3 BR, 2 BA, LOVELY VICTORIAN, MANY UPDATES, MUST SEE (AL9730785)
4 BR, 2 BA, NICE CORNER LOT, .81 OF AN ACRE, LOW TRAFFIC AREA (AL8724577)
3 BR, 1.5 BA, 2.25 +/- AC, DETACHED 2 CAR GARAGE (AL9672404)
0 9,9 3 $1
0 9,0 3 $1
0 5,0 3 $1
0 4,9 3 $1
0 4,9 2 $1
0 ,9 14 $1
163 S WATER ST
417 HOMER ST
3 BR, 1 BA, LG LIV RM W/FP, HW FLRS, 1 +/- AC (BD9761145)
3 BR, 3 BA, LOTS OF NEW, NICE 3 CAR GARAGE (AL9793590)
4 BR, 1 BA, MANY UPDATES, NICE WEST SIDE HOME, MUST SEE!! (AL9744073)
3 BR, 2 BA, CURRENTLY BEING USED AS A 2 BR, LG EAT IN KIT, (AL9738109)
3 BR, 1.5 BA, UPDATED KIT, CUSTOM HICKORY CABINETS, CORIAN COUNTERS (AL9557533)
3 BR, 1.5 BATHS, HI-EFF GAS FORCED AIR + C/A (AL8446243)
00 ,5 9 $9
0 9,9 9 $
0 ,9 94
0 9,9 $8
0 9,0 8 $
0 9,9 $7
3 BR & 1 FULL BA EACH SIDE, UPDATED ELECTRIC, REPLACEMENT WINDOWS, SIDING, PLUMBING (AL9699868)
3 BR, 1 BA, MANY UPDATES, LG EAT IN KIT, DETACHED GARAGE (AL9741812)
2 BR, 1.5 BA, MOVE RIGHT IN CONDITION, BEAUTIFULLY RENOVATED, MUST SEE (AL9739833)
3 BR, 1.5 BA, UPDATED KIT, BEAUTIFUL ORGINIAL WOOD WORK (AL9809845)
3 BR, 1.5 BA, NICE CAPE COD LOTS OF STORAGE AL8719336)
3 BR, TOWNHOUSE, PAINTED THRU OUT, “AIR TEMP” OUTSIDE A/C UNIT (AL9809911)
0 9,9 7 $
0 9,0 7 $
00 ,5 9 $6
0 9,9 3 $
0 9,0 2 $
0 9,9 $1
BRICK DUPLEX, 3 BR, 1 BATH EACH SIDE, (AL9730286)
3 BR, 1 BA,NICE EAT IN KIT, SEP DIN RM, FENCED IN REAR & SIDE YARD (AL9737079)
3 BR, 2 BA, PRESENTLY 2 APTS BUT CAN EASILY BE CONVERTED TO SINGLE FAM (AL9576948)
4 BR, 2 BA, DIN RM, FULL BSMT, FENCED, BEING SOLD “AS-IS” (AL9737320)
2 BR, 1.5 BA, MOVE IN READY MOBILE, YOU OWN THE LAND (AL9672101)
3 BRS, 1 BA, TOTAL FIXER UPPER SHELL OF A HOME (MI9718402)