The Norman Transcript

Business

October 20, 2013

real estate transactions

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NORMAN —

Seller(s): Harbor Homes Inc.; Buyer(s): DeGroote, Jerome P. and Nancy J.; Amount: $222,219; Talavera Section 4 (Blk 28-33); Lot 18; Block29

Seller(s): Marr, Steven P.; Buyer(s): Milam Joe M. 2004 Revocable Trust, March 29, 2004; Amount: $282,700; Rio De Bella Add 01; Lot 2; Block1

Seller(s): Ryan, Carmel A.; Buyer(s): Bailey, Joshua E. and Ryan-Bailey, Alexis D.; Amount: $100,000; Pecan Creek South; Lot 99

Seller(s): Forh, Ian M. and Lucimara; Buyer(s): Stewart, Judith; Amount: $121,000; Cedar Brook 02 Blk 01-02; Lot 9; Block1; Bounds: E/2; Cedar Brook 02 Blk 01-02; Lot 10, 11; Block1

Seller(s): Mashburn Faires Homes LLC; Buyer(s): Galindo, Marty and Michelle; Amount: $297,500; Legacy, The 04 (Blk16-20); Lot 13; Block17

Seller(s): David Williams Contracting Inc.; Buyer(s): Barrett, Anthony M. and Lacy A.; Amount: $117,500; Brookhaven 43 Blk 1; Lot 6; Block1

Seller(s): Goodman, Wendell and Wanda; Buyer(s): Harris, Hannah L.; Amount: $140,000; East Hills Add 01 Blk 01-05, A-B and (Correction); Lot 9; Block7

Seller(s): Lynch, Justin E.; Buyer(s): Frazier, Darrell W. and Denise L.; Amount: $327,000; STR: 4-10N-4W; Bounds: Part AKA Tract 11 Prairie Creek Estates; Descript: NW

Seller(s): Ideal Homes Of Norman LP; Buyer(s): Turley, Cory and Deidra; Amount: $190,500; Greenleaf Trails Add 04 (Blk 1-4); Lot 4; Block3

Seller(s): Colony Homes LLC, AKA Colony Homes Inc.; Buyer(s): Davis, Richard S. and Sara K.; Amount: $151,977; Apple Valley 08 (Blk 14-17); Lot 13; Block15

Seller(s): Million, Andrew T. and Jillian; Buyer(s): Peasel, Terrence Joesph, AKA Peasel, Terrence Joseph; Amount: $101,462; Spring Brook Add 02 Blk 01-06; Lot 3; Block6

Seller(s): Custom Builders Of Oklahoma LLC; Buyer(s): Rothfusz, Lans P. and Kathy J.; Amount: $670,529; Vista Springs Estates Addition Section 2 Final; Lot 19; Block2

Seller(s): Flemig, Jo A., AKA Flemig, Jo W.; Buyer(s): Flemig, Michael A., II; Amount: $137,000; Prairie Creek Add 02 Blk 01-10; Lot 21; Block6

Seller(s): Applewood Development LLC; Buyer(s): Norman, Oliver M. and Emily T.; Amount: $262,913; Chardonnay At The Vineyard Phase 1 (PUD); Lot 17; Block1

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