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July 22, 2013

real estate transactions

NORMAN — Seller(s): Wake, Aaron Dale and Holly; Buyer(s): Ware, Lawrence; Amount: $189,000; Stone Meadows South 02; Lot 11; Block15

Seller(s): Plunk, Joshua Ray and Alma Rosa; Buyer(s): Bond, Darren and Linda L.; Amount: $185,500; Park Place Add 06 (Blks 5-8); Lot 21; Block6

Seller(s): Stewart, Jim D. and Kimberly S.; Buyer(s): Beck, Travis W.; Amount: $124,000; Parkwoods Add 00 Blk 01-03; Lot 14; Block3

Seller(s): Brookfield Custom Homes L L C; Buyer(s): Digeralamo Family Trust April 27, 2011; Amount: $431,970; Arbor Lake Add 05 Blk 1-4; Lot 7; Block4

Seller(s): TGV Investments L L C; Buyer(s): Hughes, James; Amount: $168,000; Royal Oaks Add 07 Blks 1-3; Lot 3; Block2

Seller(s): Moring, Alan and Jana C.; Buyer(s): Chilson, Phillip B. and Christa; Amount: $245,000; Waggoners, TR Add 01st; Lot 17, 18, 19; Block86; Bounds: S 80';

Seller(s): Riley, Matthey J. and Stephanie Lynn; Buyer(s): MCF Properties L L C; Amount: $110,000; South Gate Blk 01-87; Lot 40; Block85

Seller(s): Colony Homes L L C, FKA Colony Homes Inc; Buyer(s): Fearrington, Shanterica V.; Amount: $157,170; Apple Valley 08 (Blk 14-17); Lot 19; Block14

Seller(s): Ideal Homes Of Norman LP; Buyer(s): Carper, Jason E. and Sarah C.; Amount: $217,807; Country Place Add 10 (Blk 32-34); Lot 7; Block32

Seller(s): Higgins E. Arnold and Betty L. Revocable Trust, October 8 1992; Buyer(s): Spear, David B.; Amount: $192,500; Brookhaven 12 Blk 01-02; Lot 2; Block1

Seller(s): Gilmore, Andrew D. and Katherine L.; Buyer(s): Corbett, Melissa; Amount: $126,900; Sequoyah Trails Add Blk 01-03 and A; Lot 7; Block1

Seller(s): Smith, Thomas and Allie; Buyer(s): Flynn, Daniel James; Amount: $215,000; Greenbriar Kingsridge 00 Blk 01-02; Lot 36; Block2

Seller(s): Kersey, Phillip D.; Buyer(s): Annesley, Todd A. and Karla G.; Amount: $199,000; Creeks At Wimberley Add 02; Lot 43; Block7

Seller(s): Rich, Patrick R. and Annette M.; Buyer(s): Suttee, Leland and Ann; Amount: $141,000; Quail Ridge 07 Blk 01-02; Lot 6; Block2

Seller(s): Cotledge, Milo A. and Marlet E.; Buyer(s): Ribeiro, Martha; Amount: $159,000; Stone Meadows South 01; Lot 4; Block1

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