The Norman Transcript


September 30, 2012

real estate transactions

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

Lot 5, Block 11, College Manor, $279,600. Seller, Bruce and Trisha Bunce. Buyer, Chris and Julie Bennett.

Lot 2, Block 3, Cobblestone Creek, 226,000. Seller, Florida Construction Inc. Buyer, Jason and Amber Smith.

Lot 19, Block 5, Talavera, $207,000. Seller, Harbor Homes Inc. Buyer, William Victor Malone.

Lot 1, Block 17, The Legacy, $336,847.50. Seller, Mashburn Faires Homes LLC. Buyer, Scott and Wendy Tarvin.

Lot 8, Block 1, Wingspread, $134,000. Seller, Terry and Joy Davis. Buyer, Josh and Deborah Bowles.

Lot 4, Block 18, Williamson Farms, $142,000. Seller, Cornerstone Group LLC. Buyer, Timothy and Danielle Parrish.

Lot 36, Block 7, Rock Creek, $185,000. Seller, Roger and Stacia Taylor. Buyer, William Payne.

Lot 4, Block 4, St. James Park, $198,000. Seller, Barry and Marilyn Grove. Buyer, Gary Lee Fox.

Lot 5, Block 3, Foxmor Estate, $346,400. Seller, Timothy Ballard. Buyer, Jacob and Erin Strange.

Lot 16, Block 5, Ramblin Oaks, $125,000. Seller, Daniel and Kirstein Dvorak. Buyer, Brandi Hazelwood.

Lot 8, Block 4, Madison Place, $109,000. Seller, Taos Properties LLC. Buyer, Anthony Durham.

Lot 13, Block 1, The Phase Grand, $144,000. Seller, Heisman Homes LLC. Buyer, Tammy Wooliver.

Lot 2, Block 18, Featherstone, $125,617. Seller, Ideal Homes of Norman LP. Buyer, Veronica Ruff.

Lot 15, Block 65, South Gate, $100,000. Seller, Universal Electrical & Construction LLC. Buyer, 729 Gale LLC.

Lot 6, Block 4, Turtle Lake, $451,012. Seller, CH4 Quality Home LLC. Buyer, Kenny and Vivian Duong.

Lot 1, Block 2, Brookhaven, $462,500. Seller, Daniel and Starla Boyd. Buyer, Scott and Leah Jackson.

Lot 5A, Block 2, Brookhaven, $390,000. Seller, Myles Deering. Buyer, James and Arleta Thayer.

Lot 9, Block 3, Cedar Lane, $175,000. Seller, Sooner Traditions LLC. Buyer, Wanda Winans.

Lot 10, Block 4, Southridge, $102,000. Seller, Great pLains Funding LLC. Buyer, Kim Hazelwood.

Lot 1, Block 1, Santa Fe Commercial Park, $250,000. Seller, Southwest Fourth and Santa Fe LTD. Buyer, BHK Properties.

Lot 8, Block 1, Rio Toscano, $210,000. Seller, Topan and Ruchira Battacharya. Buyer, William Walton and Mai Thanh Phuong.

Lot 9, 5, 6, 19, 22, 2, 11, 16, 18, 24 and 26, Block 9,10 and 11, Rio Toscano, $108,000. Buyer, Rio Toscano LLC. Buyer, Taber Built Homes LLC.

Lot 29, 30, 31 and 34, Block 19, Lake Woods, $404,500. Seller, Woods Enterprise LLC. Buyer, Taber Built Homes LLC.

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