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November 25, 2012

CLEVELAND COUNTY PROPERTY TRANSACTIONS

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Lot 16, Block 1, South Harbor Addition 01 Blk 01-02; $126,900.00; Seller, Stanley, Donald & Stacey L, FKA Jackson, Stacey L; Buyer, Thomas, Ryan K

Lot 19, Block 4, Bryant Place 01(Blk 1-6); $138,226.00; Seller, 89th & Bryant; Buyer, Garcia, Luis F

Lot 11, Block 3; Lot 12, Block 3, E 7-1/2 Ft, East Hills Addition 01 Blk 01-05, A-B (Correction); $100,000.00; Seller, Fuller, Jeff A; Buyer, McClung, Dylan T

Lot 11, Block 1, Bryant Place 01 (Blk 1-6); $138,590.00; Seller, 89th & Bryant LLC; Buyer, Rodriguez, Cheila Taina

Lot 13, Block 80, Greenbriar Eastlake Estates 17, Blk 77-81; $165,000.00; Seller, Woheltz, Doug & Robin J; Buyer, Hayes, John Clinton & Julie Page

Lot 3, Block 4, Blue Stem Ridge Addition 02 Blks 3-8; $152,500.00; Seller, Kaulaity, Arley & Lisa A FKA Garrett, Lisa A; Buyer, Clingenpeel, Mitch

Lot 9, Block 48, Greenbriar Eastlake Estates 09 Blk 48-54; $113,000.00; Seller, Freeman, Mark & Shelli; Buyer, Keovixay, Phanpraseuth & Leigha

Lot 8, Block 2, Royal Oaks Addition 03 Blk 01-02; $154,900.00; Seller, Al-Assaf Assaf Fadhil Revocable Living Trust, May 17, 2006, Assaf Rehab Robyn Revocable Living Trust, May 17, 2006; Buyer, Trattner, Stephen

Lot 14, Block 23, Williamson Farms Add 03 (Blk 22-25); $229,900.00; Seller, Stone Creek Homes; Buyer, Higgins, Matthew & Sarah

Lot 12, Block 3, Hall Park 07, Blk 01-03; $190,000.00; Seller, Morris, Jeffrey D & Sunny; Buyer, Whittington, Joshua R & Michelle L

18-9N-3W, Part, SE SE SE; $212,500.00; Seller, Lyles, Dustin, Esmaeilnjad, Sharghi; Buyer, Livengood, Charles Randall & Barbars Gayle

Lot 2, Block 1, Rivendell 01 Blk 01-05; $280,000.00; Seller, Hudak, Richard R & Diana; Buyer, Chrusciel, Timothy & Deepti

Lot 13, Block 3, Woodcreek Addition 03 Blk 01-03, A; $144,900.00; Seller, Heupel, Joshua & Dawn; Buyer, Jangha, Esau S & Nicholine B

Lot 19, Block 15, Apple Valley 08 (Blk 14-17); $149,061.00; Seller, Colony HOmes LLC FKA Colony Homes Inc; Buyer, Presley, Kaylynn M, Brown, Charles H

Lot 3, Block 6, Willows Addition 03; $370,000.00; Seller Boecking, Henry, IV & Lori; Buyer, Blomstrom, Michael W & Stacy L

Lot 10, Block 1, Park Hill Addition PUD; $157,000.00; Seller, Storage Oklahoma LLC; Buyer, Weatherford, Richard & Joanne

Lot 4, Block 1, Meadowlake Farms 01 (Blks 1-4 Common Area B); $229,000.00; Seller, Stalder Sterling H Living Trust, November 2008; Buyer, Bain, Millard F & Barbara J

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