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7-Eleven, Fiesta Taco buildings on Pt. Loma sold

The 3,628-square-foot 7-Eleven and Taco Fiesta retail buildings in Point Loma, at 4101-4111 West Point Loma Blvd. 92110, have been sold for $1,940,000.

The buildings are separate and free-standing.

The buyer was LaFornara Family Trust, with Margaret Mary LaFornara as trustee.

The acquisition was financed with a loan of $1.3 million from a private party.

The seller of the property (assessor's parcel 441-160-07) was MBH Properties LLC, formerly known as Muriel B. Hazard Properties LLC, with Peter H. Wick as the manager.

The buyer was represented by Anthony Villasenor, of Sierra U.S., and John Lanza and Jim Marsh, of CFI. The seller was represented by Mike Paeske and Rich Lee, also of CFI. Escrow services were provided by the LoCoco Group at Chicago Title Company, while title services were by Tom Schwiebertt, also with Chicago Title.

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