$32 Million Apartments Sale On Mountain Creek Road Topped September Real Estate Transactions

Thursday, October 1, 2020

Sale of an apartment complex on Mountain Creek Road topped real estate sales transactions in September, according to Register of Deeds Marc Gravitt.

Here is the list:

1. $32,000,000.00 936 MTN CREEK RD, CHATTANOOGA

2. $3,700,000.00 Parcel: 127K A 001.16

3. $3,420,000.00 2215 OLAN MILLS DR, CHATTANOOGA

4. $3,350,000.00 Parcel: 136G B 018

5. $2,850,000.00 WILLIAMS ST, CHATTANOOGA

6. $2,750,000.00 3301 PINEWOOD AVE, CHATTANOOGA

7. $2,400,000.00 Parcel: 112J A 014

8. $2,400,000.00 Parcel: 120I A 012

9. $2,075,000.00 1777 NOTTING HILL, CHATTANOOGA

10. $2,025,000.00 2660 SIDNEY ST, CHATTANOOGA

Other September data:

Conveyance Tax: $1,182,403.20 Tax collected for the state on property sales.

Mortgage Tax: $611,085.11 Tax collected for the state on recorded mortgages.

Conveyance Total (Sale Price): $319,568,413.55

Total value of property sold (where tax was collected). Mortgage Total (Loan Value): $535,554,185.73. Total value of mortgages (where tax was collected).

Deeds Recorded: 1,407 Count of all DEED group documents recorded.

Deeds of Trust Recorded: 1,930

Documents Recorded: 6,660


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