The Norman Transcript


August 12, 2013

real estate transactions



Seller(s): Cecil, Mary L.; Buyer(s): Black, Jessica E.; Amount: $129,900; Woodcrest Estates 06 Blk 09-11; Lot 2; Block11

Seller(s): Lohman Investments LLC; Buyer(s): Glenn, Julie Marie; Amount: $114,000; Cottonwood Creek (Lots 1-7); Lot 4

Seller(s): Nunes, Kevin D. and Lisa M.; Buyer(s): Mason, Adam and Nita; Amount: $420,000; Olde Stonebridge Add 03 Replat Blk 01; Lot 2; Block1; Bounds: Part; Olde Stonebridge Add 01 Blk 01-02,Lot A; Lot 3; Block1; Bounds: Part

Seller(s): Nail, Bob L. and Wilma Jean; Buyer(s): Beck, Neal and Nevena; Amount: $120,000; Ranchwood Manor 04 Blk 03-04; Lot 17; Block3

Seller(s): Colony Homes LLC, AKA Colony Homes Inc.; Buyer(s): Gray, Dorian and Casey; Amount: $174,528; Apple Valley 08 (Blk 14-17); Lot 21; Block16

Seller(s): Colony Homes LLC, AKA Colony Homes Inc.; Buyer(s): Wicks, Justin Stanley; Amount: $181,672; Park Place Add 07 (Blk 1 and 2); Lot 21; Block1

Seller(s): Chappell, Eskell and Reba B.; Buyer(s): McElhiney, Carl Vernon and Wanda Sue; Amount: $100,000; STR: 10-9N-1W; Descript: E NE NW NW

Seller(s): COMCO LLC; Buyer(s): Goodwill Industries Of Central Oklahoma Inc.; Amount: $775,250; Murdock Village Add (Replat Part Normandy Acres 1); Lot 2A; Block1

Seller(s): Taylor, Joel; Buyer(s): Cranford, Anita B.; Amount: $237,000; STR: 16-9N-3W; Descript: NW

Seller(s): Clayton, Carl L.; Buyer(s): River Bottom Wholesale Nursery Inc.; Amount: $200,000; STR: 11-10N-4W; Bounds: Part; Descript: SE

Seller(s): Colony Homes LLC, AKA Colony Homes Inc.; Buyer(s): Rodgers, Angela J.; Amount: $162,949; Apple Valley 08 (Blk 14-17); Lot 18; Block16

Seller(s): Burgess, Alan W. and Elizabeth A.; Buyer(s): Johnson, Daniel Ryan and Kyra; Amount: $174,000; Eagle Cliff South Add 01; Lot 11; Block4

Seller(s): Stonewall Homes LLC; Buyer(s): Anderson, Donald Wayne and Melissa Diane; Amount: $307,300; Highland Village Add 06 (Blk 1-5); Lot 1; Block5

Seller(s): Martin, Brandon L. and Lindsey F.; Buyer(s): Nguyen, Kim Hue, Nga Van; Amount: $215,000; Summit Lakes Add 09; Lot 2; Block2

Seller(s): Harbor Homes Inc.; Buyer(s): Alexander, Robert S. and Laronda K.; Amount: $259,982; Summit Lakes Add 09; Lot 17; Block1

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