KFC/Taco Bell, medical building sales top NEA real estate activity

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MJ Homes LLC and Splitrock Properties LLC made the most significant residential and commercial property transfer in Craighead County from Feb. 15 through March 15, according to the Craighead County Assessor’s office. The companies spent $2.39 million to buy the KFC/Taco Bell on West Parker Road in a deal completed Feb. 25.

Stanley and Gena Granberg made the second most significant real estate purchase in the region during the period. They bought a medical building on E. Mathews for $1.83 million. The deal was completed March 1.

In the third largest deal in the region, Andrew and Cari Dunham bought a house in Country Club Heights. The deal was for $660,000, and it was completed Feb. 16.

The following are the other top transactions during the period in the county.

Transaction amount: $615,000
Seller: Chad Sandoval Estate
Buyer: Robert Harley
Sale date: March 4
Address: Ridgepointe
Description: house

Transaction amount: $565,000
Seller: Shane and Julie Timmons
Buyer: Timothy and Constance Smith
Sale date: March 10
Address: Grand Cascades
Description: house

Transaction amount: $505,500
Seller: Lexicon Government Services
Buyer: Blake and April Campbell
Sale date: Feb. 26
Address: Greensboro Farms
Description: house

Transaction amount: $504,000
Seller: Robert and Pamela Trout
Buyer: Crowson Family Revocable Living Trust
Sale date: Feb. 23
Address: N/A
Description: House

Transaction amount: $469,000
Seller: QDH LLC
Buyer: Jeffrey Hooks and Nicole Coppock
Sale date: March 12
Address: Mallard Pointe
Description: house

Transaction amount: $450,000
Seller: LVW Real Estate LLC
Buyer: John Stuckey
Sale date: Feb. 24
Address: N/A
Description: residential acres

Transaction amount: $450,000
Seller: John Stuckey
Buyer: LVW Real Estate LLC
Sale date: Feb. 24
Address: Craighead County Road 945
Description: residential acres