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Residential units in Colina on 52nd Street sold

Nine residential units in Colina at 4435-4441 52nd St., San Diego 92115, have been sold for $1.13 million.

The buyers are Alan Gabbay (64.69 percent) and Kurt Hunciker (35.31 percent), c/o Melroy Investments Inc., 4241 Jutland Drive, Suite 201, San Diego 92117. The acquisition was financed with a loan of $795,000 from JPMorgan Chase Bank (NYSE: JPMM), through the Ann Block team.

The seller of the property (472-021-07 and 08) was Patrick J. Weisenberger, as trustee of the Patrick J. Weisenberger Trust.

The buyers were represented by Jack G. Melroy, of Melroy Investments. The seller was represented by Joseph Siemienowski, of Siemienowski & Associates.

The property consists of a pair of single-family homes, with two bedrooms and one bath each. One of the single-family homes includes an attached studio. The other single-family home has a six-unit, two-story apartment complex (built in 1985) behind it. The homes were built in 1940.

The mix for the six apartments is two 2-bedroom, two-bath; two 2-bedroom, one-bath; and two one-bedroom units.

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