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Business

October 20, 2013

real estate transactions

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Seller(s): Neer, Andrew E. and Lindsey R., AKA Hackler, Lindsey R., AKA Hackler-Neer, Lindsey R.; Buyer(s): Moore, Monty W. and Janet L.; Amount: $100,000; Sunset Add Blk 01-06 (Norman); Lot 3; Block6

Seller(s): Bruns, Lester A. and Betty L.; Buyer(s): Patton, Nicholas; Amount: $215,000; Rock Creek Polo Club 00 Blk 01-03; Lot 2; Block1

Seller(s): Nguyen, Anh T. and Tran, Minh Ha; Buyer(s): Lan, Yan and Wang, Rong Jiao; Amount: $142,000; Cascade Add Blk 01-06; Lot 2; Block1

Seller(s): Fletcher, Dale Lee; Buyer(s): Ortega, William Allen and Kandis B.; Amount: $143,500; Quail Ridge 02 Blk 01-04 (Replat); Lot 12; Block3

Seller(s): Gramlich Rental LLC; Buyer(s): Hancock, William E. and Rita M.; Amount: $123,500; Faculty Heights Add Blk 01-08; Lot 1; Block1; Faculty Heights Add Blk 01-08; Lot 2; Block1; Bounds: North 1'

Seller(s): Yearout, Jeffery W. and Gina M.; Buyer(s): Thompson, Heather M.; Amount: $129,520; South Harbor Add 05 Blks 16-19; Lot 12; Block17

Seller(s): Young, Jason R. and Angela N.; Buyer(s): Anderson, Sarah Jane; Amount: $176,500; Talavera 02; Lot 9; Block12

Seller(s): R & R Land Development LLC and Cox, Mark R., by Attorney In Fact; Buyer(s): Mashburn Faires Homes LLC; Amount: $158,000; Rock Creek 05 (Blk 8-11); Lot 5, 6, 7, 8; Block3

Seller(s): Marvin Haworth Homes Inc.; Buyer(s): Long, John H. and Alice F.; Amount: $325,000; Willows Addition 04; Lot 4; Block8

Seller(s): Colony Homes LLC, FKA Colony Homes Inc.; Buyer(s): Lloyd, Steven D.; Amount: $125,299; Apple Valley 08 (Blk 14-17); Lot 52; Block14

Seller(s): Farzaneh Properties LLC, Successor Farzaneh Properties Inc.; Buyer(s): Roane, James Boyd and Jane E.; Amount: $160,000; Deerfield Addition 06; Lot 1; Block1

Seller(s): Rasolkhani Family Trust, March 15, 2012; Buyer(s): Johnson, James R.; Amount: $105,000; Queenston Heights 02 Blk 05-09; Lot 1; Block8

Seller(s): Brinkley, Michael Jeffrey and Donley, Lynda L.; Buyer(s): St. Johns Episcopal Church; Amount: $215,000; Larshs University Add Blk 01-05; Lot 9, 10; Block5; Larshs D L 01st Add Blk 02-08, 10-12, 69-70(andReplat); Lot 3; Block5; Bounds: W 10 ft; Larshs D L 01st Add Blk 02-08, 10-12, 69-70(andReplat); Lot 4; Block5

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