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December 2, 2012

cleveland county real estate transactions

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Seller: Sutterfield, Matthew A & Jessica L; Buyer: Hua, Chi, Mai, Van T; Amount: $160,000.00; Autumn Oaks Garden Homes 01(Amended Replat), Lot 15, Block2

Seller: Bates, Edna Maxine; Buyer: Tankersley, William E, IV; Amount: $395,000.00; Hallbrooke Add Sec 01, Lot 1, Block2

Seller: Cook, Devin E & Rachelle M; Buyer: Clark, Seth & Madison; Amount: $122,500.00; Hetherington Heights 02 Add Blk 01-09, Lot 7, Block8

Seller: Miller, Mark, Mixon-Miller, Tammy, FKA Mixon, Tammy D; Buyer: Marley, Sean J; Amount: $149,000.00; Cambridge Place 05 Blk 01, Lot 4, Block1

Seller: American Standard Homes L L C; Buyer: Zoblotsky, Robert N & Marilyn Sandra; Amount: $175,500.00; Summit Lakes Add 10, Lot 7, Block4

Seller: Martinson, Scott, Kim; Buyer: Clark, Kevin M & Breea D; Amount: $146,500.00; Royal Oaks Add 02 Replat Blk 01-03, Lot 5, Block3

Seller: Haworth Homes L L C; Buyer: Juarez, John Jacob; Amount: $233,612.00; Seiter Farms Add, Lot 17, Block2

Seller: Dean, Jeffrey Norman & Kelly; Buyer: Biros, Pamela V; Amount: $173,000.00; Creeks At Wimberley Add 02, Lot 14, Block7

Seller: Heritage Park Mall L L C; Buyer: Retail Property Investments L L C; Amount: $626,697.00; STR: 8-6N-1W, Bounds: Part, Descript: NW NE

Seller: Breeden, Richard L & Judy D, Breeden, Lance R & Nicole; Buyer: Bella Maria Partners L L C; Amount: $350,000.00; STR: 20-10N-2W, Bounds: Part, Descript: W W E W SE SE; Bounds: Part, Descript: W W SE SE; Bounds: Part, Descript: E E SW SE

Seller: Peterson, Mary Ann; Buyer: Fischer, Kenneth A; Amount: $119,500.00; Sunrise Heights 05 Blk 14-15, Lot 3, Block14

Seller: Willa Construction Co Inc; Buyer: Schmidt, Darrin A & Sherri D; Amount: $406,045.00; Cascata Lakes 04 (Blks 15-18), Lot 9, Block17

Seller: Colony Homes Inc, fka Colony Homes Inc; Buyer: Slusser, Donald B; Amount: $169,556.00; Park Place Add 06 (Blks 5-8), Lot 26, Block6

Seller: Colony Homes L L C, FKA Colony Homes Inc; Buyer: Eggleston, Kevin & Jamie M; Amount: $185,216.00; Apple Valley 08 (Blk 14-17), Lot 14, Block15

Seller: PHS Development L L C; Buyer:: Mollman Matthew K Revocable Trust, July 27 2006; Amount: $135,000.00; Willows Addition 07 (Blk 1-3), Lot 3, Block2

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