The Norman Transcript


May 13, 2012

real estate transactions

NORMAN — Real estate transactions as recorded in the office of County Clerk Tammy Howard.

Lot 4, Block 23, Williamson Farms Addition, $224,990. Seller, Vesta Homes Inc. Buyer, Harry and JoAnna Schoo.

Lot 1, Block 1, Windstone Addition, $2,950,000. Seller, A+Mini Storage LLC. Buyer, SecurCare A+ Main LLC.

Lot 1, Block 1, West Moore Business Park, $1,400,00. Seller, Sassan Moghadam. Buyer, SecurCare A+ Main LLC.

Lot 24, Block 19, Lake Woods, $196,600. Seller, Vesta Homes Inc. Buyer, Jeffrey Blane Cutting.

Lot 20, Block 70, South Gate, $50,000. Seller, Rosemary Morgan. Buyer, James and Elizabeth Justice.

Lot 6, Block 90, Greenbriar Eastlake Estates, $145,000. Seller, Amia Randazoo. Buyer, Adam Earhart.

Lot 4, Block 6, Eagle Ridge Estates, $179,000. Seller, Tri Doan. Buyer, Karen Jackson.

Lot 7 and 8, Block 4, Quail Ridge, $118,300. Seller, Michael and Melanie Haddock. Buyer, Kenneth Michael Green.

Lot 17A, Block 2, Cedar Ridge (townhouses), $122,500. Seller, Richard Quetin and Lisa Hart. Buyer, Behnam Saroukhani and Faryal Chamani.

Lot 4, Block 1, Katie Ridge Addition, $141, 000. Seller, Timmy and Rebekah Lassley. Buyer, Aaron and Jessica Harper.

Lot 3, Block 1, Country Place Addition, $146,000. Seller, Kenneth and Karla Addington. Buyer, Christopher and Rachael Gentry.

Lot 5, Block 24, Shadowlake Village, $113,5000. Seller, Lucas and Saunna Hinshaw. Buyer, Richard Elliott and Brandy McCall.

Lot 7, Block 8, Stone Meadows Est., $167,00. Seller, Eric and Carrie Loper. Buyer, Miguel A Santos.

Lot 3, Block 8, J Ranch Estates, $181,250. Seller, Monty L and Sherry M. Tuttle. Buyer, Jim Heath McGough and Kimberly Gaston.

Lot 11, Block 15, Trailwoods Addition, $111,000. Seller, Ideal Homes of Norman. Buyer, Storage Oklahoma LLC.

Lot 8, Block 1, Greenleaf Trails Addition, $122,000. Seller, Ideal Homes of Norman. Buyer, Storage Oklahoma LLC.

Lot 3A, Block 11, Baers Westmore Addition, $111,000. Seller, Christopher and Torri John. Buyer, Marcelo, Escamilla.

Lot 24, Block 2, Parkside Addition, $82,000. Seller, Truong and Heather Pham. Buyer, Hoang Tran.

Lot 10, Block 14, Green Valley Estates, $150,000. Seller, Jared and Amanda Todd. Buyer, Roger and Lisa Storie.

Lot 6, Block 3, White Trail Crossing Section, $206,900. Seller, 2 K Country Homes LLC. Buyer, Kyle and Tammy Bacon.

Lot 4, Block 2, Rock Creek Estates, $244,000. Seller, Kari Etchison. Buyer, Brenda Hamilton.

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