Property transfers

By Keith Strange

October 13, 2013

In recording deeds, the state of North Carolina does not require that the amount paid for a parcel be stated on its deed. However, a tax stamp at the rate of $2 per $1,000 in value, or fraction thereof, is affixed to each deed.

• Britt F. and Kristie S. Wright, of Mount Airy, to Brandon G. and Cassandra D. Myers of Winston Salem. 2.7 acres in Pilot Mountain.

• Gregory D. and Tracy A. Hiatt, of Surry County, to Bobby W. and Barbara Bullins, of Mount Airy. 10.2 acres in Mount Airy. $100.

• Darlene G. and Jeffrey T. Vass, of Hillsville, Va., to Lonnie G. and Mildred L. Handy, of Mount Airy. 3.25 acres in Mount Airy. $82.

• Ronda N. and Larry T. Norris, of Mount Airy, to Denny Allen Butcher of Mount Airy. Three Acres in Westfield. $234.