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Real estate transfers June 12-18 – Massillon Independent



Bethlehem Township

Oberhauser Curtis & Bruey Christine from Fields Bruce & Sally, parcel 1101107 Uganda Pkwy, $15,000. 

Ohler Joshua P from 6535 Blough Ave LLC, 6535 Blough Ave SW, $237,500. 

RC Realty LLC from Mitchell Deanna L, 602 Erie St NE, $95,000. 

Sukosd Daniel & Latecia L from Brumme Darlene J, 5 Canal St W, $75,000. 

Canal Fulton

Cotto Joel F Lopez from Marquardt Justin H & Natalie E, 700 Denshire Dr NW, $215,000. 

David Gary J & Margaret K from Otto Mark H, parcel 9500571 Milhaven Ave NW, $295,000. 

Sabatino Danny E & Pamela from Ferguson Lori L, 760 Beverly Ave, $139,000. 

Sanders Theodore C from GBR Company Ltd, parcel 9503025 Portage St NW, $252,384. 

Vieheg Mark A & Jane G Co Ttees from Yanok Andrew J, 2026 Summer Evening Dr, $260,000. 

Jackson Township

Albini Alexander J from Moosey John L & Carol J, 311 Leecrest St NW, $200,000. 

Albini Alexander J from Snyder Guy B, parcel 1605955 Parkford St NW, $200,000. 

Aowad Mikayla L from Aowad Ryan J, 6415 Lake Cable Ave NW, $150,000. 

Boda John J from Beavers Kelly L & Boda John J, 8035 Parkford St NW, $67,400. 

Clay Ryan S & Trisha M from Jeffers Donna L, 1316 Taggart St NW, $170,500. 

Clendenin Alexander C from Hoffman Ronald & Steven, 6937 Nancy Jo St NW, $157,000. 

Dobson Shawn D & Elizabeth Moree from Gray Dana L, 7918 Daytona St NW, $180,500. 

Dodge John E & Wolf Michelle L from Strazi Julia & Mcgill Linda S Trustees, 7880 Stuhldreher St NW, $153,750. 

Engohang-Ndong Jean & Engohang from Thunder Holdings LLC, 5932 Pawnee St NW, $56,000. 

Erb Ronnald from Shonk John David Ttee, 7192 Knight St NW, $190,000. 

FCPT Holdings LLC from Canton BK Owner LLC, 4371 Portage St NW, $1,375,000. 

FCPT Holdings LLC from Canton BK Owner LLC, parcel 1608004 Promway Ave NW, $1,375,000. 

Gingerich Rebecca from Schlabach Johannes E, 4864 Armandale Ave NW, $791,000. 

Klonowski Donna G from Toth Darlene A, 3693 Barrington PL NW, $147,000. 

Leonard Nicholas Ryan from Davis Tiffany, 3914 Oxford Ave NW, $225,000. 

Lopez Edith G from Synodinos Dimitri, 6219 Fernwood St NW, $215,000. 

Maharaj Chav & Orchosky Nicole from Jones Bryan J & Robin C, 5281 Meadowlark St NW, $205,000. 

Maj Samuel & Lauren from Nixdorf Douglas M & Tammy L., 9107 Ron Cir NW, $331,500. 

Mifflin Marc & Lauren from Dunlap Amyj, 8501 Scenicridge Ave NW, $249,000. 

Papas Jason N & Nicole M Co-Ttees from Keyser Douglas R & Julie C, 5865 Great Court Cir NW, $699,900. 

Peterson Eric E & Taylor v from Pollock Larry & Linda, 9812 Cliffview St NW, $908,500. 

Robeson Patricia K from Matthew Madalyn, 9004 Canal Place NW, $275,000. 

Schlabach Johannes from Gingerich Rebecca, 6811 Meadowlands Ave NW, $873,000. 

Shoaf Cory J from Carrington West LLC, parcel 10013827 Regency Dr NW, $200,000. 

Swish Properties LLC from Hobbes Properties Ltd, 7467 Rob St NW, $540,000. 

Swish Properties LLC from Hobbes Properties Ltd, 7481 Rob St NW, $540,000. 

Swish Properties LLC from Hobbes Properties Ltd, 7503 Rob St NW, $540,000. 

Lawrence Township

Bergstrom Ciera & Gillen Tyson from Adams Dora R, 16 Raymond Cir NW, $1,000. 

Church Garrison R from Howe Charles H. III & Stacy J, 6754 Bluedell Cir NW, $175,651. 

David Gary J & Margaret K from Otto Mark H, 6889 Milhaven Ave NW, $295,000. 

Green Justin & Allison from Henry Andrew D, 6232 Erie Ave N, $150,000. 

Miller Brandon from Casto Nathan Daniel, 4660 Erie Ave N, $116,000. 


Bishop Jeffrey S & Stacy L from Amigo Marianne, 1022 Roosevelt St NE, $120,000. 

Brindley Gabrielle L from Williams Tammy S, 31 Willard Ave NE, $108,000. 

Cantwell Todd Lee Jr from Smith David J, 85 Rolling Park Dr N, $2,000. 

H W Hunter Properties III LLC from Tocor Investments Ltd, 121 North Ave NE, $187,500. 

Johnson Brian & Meridith C from Barnett Ryan J & Leanne R, 731 16th St NE, $215,000. 

Lecount Pamela J from Bullitt Properties LLC, 908 11th St NE, $25,500. 

Ledsome Christopher S & Rachel R from Coley Larry B & Marsha L, 1026 Roosevelt St NE, $134,000. 

Manson Heath A & Jennifer from Manson Gregory A & Cynthia S, 458 28th St NW, $110,000. 

Martinsen Alan from Evanoff Keith R, 885 Seneca St NE, $65,000. 

Parkins Bridgette Mae & from Weber Kurt A Trustee, 1929 Hickory Ave NE, $220,000. 

Patchin Paul & Tammy from Crissey Alfred E & Sandra A, 144 Wales Rd NE, $123,500. 

Penne Quincy A from Mchenry Ty M, 1021 17th St SW, $150,000. 

Reed Malynda M from Mannweiler James L & Shirley A, 1719 Tremont Ave SW, $30,000. 

Ruby Land LLC from Kennedy Janet L, 902 Seneca St NE, $56,000. 

Sayles Andrew M from Frascone Gary E, 985 Lanedale St NW, $160,000. 

Simma Inc Property Solution LLC from D’onghia Mary Ann, 1242 Arapahoe St SE, $15,000. 

Stahler Christopher from Sarvady Stephen, 153 Rolling Acres Cir W, $6,000. 

Perry Township

Erwin Lauren from Brasiel Dan Thomas Jr & Natalie, 2937 Standish Ave, $252,000. 

Gulley Julia R from Yoder Randy J & Tammy J, 314 Lennox Ave NW, $95,000. 

Higgins Morgan T from Dicicco Joseph & Kelsey, 1209 Fairlane Ave SW, $157,500. 

Leo Barker Property Management LLC from Walsh Lucretia M, 132 Saratoga Ave NW, $50,000. 

Lindower Richard A & Diane from Haubert John & Kelly S, 2828 Roanoake St NW, $205,000. 

Long Vivian M & Thomas F from Nanashe Tawnya, 1217 Wicklow Way NW, $155,000. 

Lopez Desiree A from Hinzman Kurt A & Karen K, 547 Rachel Cir NW, $210,000. 

Map Services Neo LLC from Darrah Doug Richard Trustee, 611 Buckwalter Dr SW, $124,300. 

Marcum Gladys from HF Ventures, 2250 Candell Ave SE, $143,000. 

Marcum Gladys from HF Ventures, parcel 4309980 Candell Ave SW, $143,000. 

Mcdowell James O & Ward Valerie Heather from Ramon Ty D Sr & Connie, 4659 14th St NW, $165,000. 

Metzger Robert C Jr from Gaunt Gerald L Sr, 322 Overmont Ave SW, $80,000. 

Miller Matthew & Melissa from Clevinger Garry G & Geraldine K, 263 Woodlawn Ave NW, $135,000. 

Minnis Andrew M & Sarah from Hittle Kelly Dawn, 4143 Georgia St NW, $235,000. 

NVR Inc D/B/A Ryan Homes from Dehoff Agency Inc, 6127 Lavenham Rd SW, $60,000. 

Risner Jerold Sr & Joyce from Risner Jerold R, 202 Crescentview Dr SW, $120,000. 

Rushchak Emily A from Daugherty Daniel D, 4605 9th St NW, $152,500. 

Shardo Jeremy L & Sheree L from Ebert Rodney L & Pirrung Christine M, 5650 Nave St SW, $170,000. 

Shoemarker Jeffrey M & Beth A from Powell Richard L & Virginia K, 5161 Burlawn St NW, $195,000. 

Wenger Acquisitions LLC from Shirkey Mark D & Kyle L, 2610 Lombardi Ave SW, $143,500. 

Pike Township

Hull Cheryl A from Altimore Jimmy A & Debra K, 9580 Main Ave SE, $79,900. 

Leyda Todd & Tammy from Broad Betty J, 9573 Chestnut Ave SE, $60,000. 

Maps Real Estate Ltd from Weiser Allison C, 1912 Walnut St SE, $80,800. 

Meek Tammie L & Matthew from Borkowski Eddie L &Laurel K, 3865 Battlesburg St SE, $550,000. 

Meek Tammie L & Matthew from Borkowski Eddie L &Laurel K, parcel 4900045 Greenhill Cabin Rd SE, $550,000. 

Ritchey Leslie & Martha from Erie Bank A Division of CNB Bank, 5620 Joleda Dr SW, $47,020. 

Slutz John D from Devine Mary L, 10411 Ridge Ave SW, $105,000. 

Sugarcreek Township

Gardiner Jimie N from Pleasant Valley Columbiana Co LLC, 460 First St SW Lot #72, $15,900. 

Jaberg Lauryn N from Fell Real Estate LLC, 402 2nd Ave SE, $123,500. 

Oaks Tobin M & Sonia Mendoza from Wade Jerry L II, 667 Horton St NE, $195,000. 

Troyer Eli Jr & Miriam from Mack Cherie Robinson Jason Lash Valerie, 15265 Elton St SW, $230,000. 

Troyer Kyle J from Mullet Melvin J & Leah R, parcel 10013550 8th St SW Extension, $60,000. 

Troyer Kyle J from Mullet Melvin J & Leah R, parcel 7100005 Maple St W, $60,000. 

Tuscarawas Township

Bessler Properties of Massillon LLC from Pappas Ruth Trustee, 12244 Lincoln Way NW, $130,000. 

Bessler Properties of Massillon LLC from Pappas Ruth Trustee, parcel 7400050 Lincoln St W, $130,000. 

Kruger Frank W Jr & Kathy D from Hunters Pointe East Development Limited, 3090 Bent Creek Cir SW, $169,000. 

Lamb John P & Donna R from Carroll John T Jr &Cheryl A, 1333 Manchester Ave NW, $435,000.

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Simplicity launches real estate conveyancing solution in Ontario –



Today, Simplicity Global Solutions, a Canadian technology company, announced that its real estate conveyancing solution, Prolegis Real Estate, is available in Ontario.

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Source: Simplicity Global Solutions

Prolegis is a cloud-based real estate conveyancing solution made for real estate lawyers. It integrates with a real estate practice, providing tools and information to help each user enhance their performance, customer engagement, and work-life balance.

Prolegis is designed to help users save time, with all the capabilities and key third-party integrations needed to convey a real estate transaction. The solution provides user flexibility to configure and organize work, communicate with clients, and manage the real estate transaction end-to-end from a single solution at any time. It offers a library of document and workflow management tools, community databases, stakeholder portals, and real-time support.

‘Simplicity is incredibly pleased and excited to offer Ontario real estate lawyers and conveyancers a fresh new choice in a legal software provider. Collaborating with our valued customers and a network of trusted stakeholders, we are building a better, brighter future for real estate legal professionals and Canadian homebuyers,” said Neil N. Babiy, co-founder and chief executive officer of Simplicity Global Solutions Ltd. “At Simplicity, we envision a future where innovative technology is at the forefront of enhancing the customer experience in the real estate ecosystem. We are committed to helping advance technology utilization and adoption within the real estate sector by providing solutions that are user-friendly, easy to implement, and economical to acquire and operate.”

Ontario real estate lawyers and conveyancers can now book a demo and learn more about the tool here.

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U.S. real estate giant Blackstone says it will not target single-family homes in its Canadian expansion – The Globe and Mail



Blackstone Inc. BX-N said Monday it has no interest in investing in single-family homes in Canada, laying to rest speculation the giant global asset manager would scoop up hundreds of Canadian houses and turn them into rental properties.

After Blackstone announced plans in May to establish a Canadian office in Toronto, rumours abounded that the private equity firm would unleash its firepower, gobble up homes and increase competition for individuals and families looking to buy homes. The typical home price across the country has climbed 50 per cent over the past two years and real estate investors have come under scrutiny for their role in ramping up competition and driving up prices.

But Blackstone’s head of real estate Americas, Nadeem Meghji, said that is not in the cards for the company’s Canadian expansion.

“It’s just not an area that we are focused on in Canada,” he said in a joint interview with Janice Lin, the new head of Blackstone Canada.

Blackstone targets Canadian real estate, opens office in Toronto

The New York-based company, which has US$915.5-billion in assets under management, has been accused of profiting off the 2007 U.S. housing meltdown after it bought swaths of distressed properties and then rented them out to U.S. residents.

Blackstone has said it did not own any single-family homes before the crisis and didn’t foreclose on any of the properties. It has also said many of its purchases were homes that had been sitting vacant and dragging down local property values.

Blackstone has since sold that business and owns a rent-to-own business called Home Partners of America – one of the many players in a growing single-family home rental market in the U.S.

“We don’t have a similar platform in Canada and we don’t have the intention of launching one because, from our perspective, we think there are just more interesting places to deploy capital in the Canadian market,” Mr. Meghji said.

Ms. Lin, a former Canada Pension Plan Investment Board executive, is in charge of Blackstone’s expansion in Canada. She cited the country’s favourable immigration policies and its strong population growth as two key factors that make Canada a winner for Blackstone’s capital.

Blackstone mostly owns warehouses and other industrial space in Canada, as well as a couple of office towers. It also has some investments in apartment building developments. All together, they are worth about US$14-billion, according to Blackstone, representing just a tiny fraction of the company’s global real estate portfolio.

Ms. Lin and Mr. Meghji both said the company will continue to invest in industrial and top office buildings, as well as hotels.

Blackstone has previously said it expects its growth here will be significant. Mr. Meghji would not quantify “significant” except to say he expects growth will be material and Canada could eventually command a larger share of Blackstone’s global real estate portfolio.

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Calls increase for more money as Montreal and rest of Quebec facing housing crunch



MONTREAL — When Soufia Khmarou moved from Morocco to Montreal in 2009, she thought finding an affordable house for her and her three children was going to be easy.

“I was not expecting this,” Khmarou said in an interview Monday. “What we see, what we hear about Quebec … the reality doesn’t reflect the ad.”

Khmarou appeared next to Manon Massé, a spokesperson with Quebec’s second opposition party, Québec solidaire, who told reporters Montreal’s affordable housing shortage is going to get worse if more money isn’t made available.

Standing next to a construction site of high-end condominiums near downtown Montreal, Massé said, “There are housing units being built in Montreal. But for the families that want to find a place to stay and afford to pay rent each month, there’s a crisis.”

The need for affordable housing will be especially acute after June 30, she said, when most of the leases across the province end. Many families will be forced to remain in or move into homes that are unsanitary or unfit for their needs. Massé said low-income families in Montreal and in the rest of the province are spending up to 85 per cent of their monthly incomes on housing.

Khmarou said she’s been on waiting lists to access subsidized housing for the past three years, hoping to move her family out of a Montreal apartment she said is unsanitary.

“But I don’t have any answers; all I see is more and more people on the same lists,” Khmarou said. “There’s no hope; there’s no low-rental housing that’s being added on the market.”

Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante held a separate news conference on Monday, also to lament the lack of affordable housing in the city. Plante said Montreal has been waiting for the past four years for millions of dollars promised by the federal government to build around 1,200 affordable housing units and renovate an additional 4,700 units.

“We know that there’s a housing crisis — it’s hard on July 1,” Plante told reporters. “To know that there are almost 6,000 units that are taken hostage, that aren’t made available for citizens, it’s unacceptable. It’s been four years, at one point, patience has a limit.

“When we talk about the safety and healthiness of housing units, that’s what’s at stake,” she said.

A coalition of housing committees and tenant associations in Quebec released a report over the weekend indicating a widespread rent increase across the province. The coalition analyzed 51,000 rental listings from February to May and said rents across the province increased by nine per cent between 2021 and 2022, reaching an average of $1,300 per month.

The coalition said that less-populated parts of the province were used to an accessible market but are now seeing strong increases., a Canadian website for apartment rental searches, said the average rent for all Canadian properties listed on its site was $1,888 per month in May — a year-over-year rise of 10.5 per cent. With an average of about $2,000 a month for a two-bedroom unit, Montreal ranked 22nd out of 35 cities. Vancouver, the front-runner, had the same size units listed for an average of $3,495 per month.

The association of homebuilders, called the Association des professionnels de la construction et de l’habitation du Québec, said in a report last week that Quebec is missing 100,000 homes, with more than 37,000 families on waiting lists to access subsidized housing.

Paul Cardinal, director of economic services with the association, wrote that “the only way to sustainably reduce real estate overheating is to increase supply.”

This report by The Canadian Press was first published on June 27, 2022.

This story was produced with the financial assistance of the Meta and Canadian Press News Fellowship.


Virginie Ann, The Canadian Press

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