Chatos, Violet Marylene C. and Chatos, Tommy Jerry and Chatos, Sofia Sussana and Petratos, Nickie and Petratos, Tom and Petratos, Susanna and Chatos, Sofia to Alexalia Properties LLC, Lot City, $425,000.

It seems that seniors will never get a break. Fraudsters continue to prey on them with all sorts of scams. If you have a senior in the family, there’s no better time than now to talk about just a few of the tricks that most people — of any age — may not be aware of.

Sowell, Troy L. and Sowell, Janice W. to Sowell, Troy L. and Sowell, Janice W. and Revels, Dakota L., Lot 2, County.

COVID-19 has had an effect on all of our lives, affecting not only health but also jobs and personal finances. Some people are encountering new challenges, such as being unable to pay bills on time.

An important deadline is fast approaching that applies to anyone who wants to reverse an RMD (required minimum distribution) from a retirement account in 2020. That deadline is Aug. 31.

Sprow, Ricky P. and Sprow, Martha A. to Thompson, David R. Jr. and Thompson, Melissa H., Lot 6, Terrapin Pointe Sub., $5,600.

No matter what type of investor you are, there are some very basic “truths” that drive investment activity. One such truth is that you cannot predict the direction of the market with any certainty. As some say, “stuff happens.” That truth translates into my worldview: To be successful as an …

Alvarez, Ruben to Casas, Marbella Molina and Molina, Casas Marbella and Mora, Rogelio C., Lot 0.93A, Seaboard Ave., County, $120,000.

Peters, Matthew R. and Peters, Amanda K. to Hilton, Brandon and Hilton, Katherine, Lot 114, Wellington Green Sub., Sec. II, $204,100.

The song “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” describes how people feel about retirement these days. That’s the song chosen by nearly half of the respondents in a survey released on July 29 by the Alliance for Lifetime Income, a nonprofit educating Americans about protected lifetime income i…

Greenwood Mills Inc., 212 Phoenix St., $9,000, replace floors, joists, ceiling.

The difficult period we are experiencing as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic has a related, unsavory aspect: It has opened an opportunity for scammers to take advantage of people, especially seniors.

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