You probably still are mildly leptin resistant. My guess is what's happening is now that your body fat is much lower, you have far less leptin in your system. Circulating leptin decreases when body fat decreases, so the less that's on your body, the less leptin you have. If you're still a little leptin resistant and your circulating leptin is low from lack of body fat, you'd probably be hungry all the time. You need to periodically boost your leptin, and in order to do that, you have to boost your insulin - as insulin levels increase, leptin levels increase as well. I recommend you check out the carb refeeds thread in my signature for the theory behind it, but if you feel you are not insulin and leptin sensitive enough, I would not go balls to the wall with refeeding. Instead, start small and just start eating a large sweet potato or two small sweet potatoes with each meal. One 5" sweet potato has around 25g of carbs in it, so you can eat one with breakfast, lunch and dinner and still be well under 125g of carbs a day with ample fibrous vegetables. See if that starts squashing your hunger. If it does and you react well, I would begin cycling those carbohydrates for the weight loss - five days a week eat high fat and don't eat any starch, then on your two heaviest workout days, eat very low fat (chicken breast, 99% lean turkey breast, fish, etc) and shovel in 200-300g of starchy carbs, depending on what you can handle. If that works well, increase it to 3 days a week with high carbohydrate. The lower your body fat drops, the more carbohydrate you need to eat to boost your leptin.
Don't put your trust in anyone on this forum, including me. You are the key to your own success.