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October 7, 2012

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

Lot 3, Block 3, East Ridge Addition, $122,500. Seller, Kevin and Jenna Lutz. Buyer, David and Sarah Hille.

Lot 3, Block 5, College Manor Addition, $150,000. Seller, Susan Gregory. Buyer, Owen and Shannon Gwin.

Lot 3, Block 28, Greenbriar East Lake Estates, $107,000. Seller, Brenda Webb. Buyer, Jeffrey Goodson.

Lot 18, Block 1, Kingscreek Estates, $220,000. Seller, Pepper and Donna Mackey. Buyer, Jeremy and Rachel Stark.

Lot 10, Block 1, Apple Gardens, $128,000. Seller, James and Hulya Adams. Buyer, David and Elissa Crouch.

Lot 5, Indian Hills Estates, $237,500. Seller, Anna Lies. Buyer, Thomas Spicuzza and Jane Deviney.

Lot 2, Block 1, Carrington Place, $350,000. Seller, Robert and Jennifer Christian. Buyer, Kelly and Shandy Nemecek.

Lot 18, Block 3, Blue Stem Ridge, $140,000. Seller, Jason Gudgel. Buyer, Don and La Rue Stephens.

Lot 33, Block 1, Hidden Lake, $260,000. Seller, Don and La Rue Stephens. Buyer, Justin and Lisa Stacey.

Lot 18, Block 11, Ranchwood Villas, $105,000. Seller, Cody and Alina Parson. Buyer, Kenneth Durham.

Lot 10A, Block 1, Highland Hills, $480,000. Seller, Curt LeRoy Massengale. Buyer, James and Amy Gardner.

Lot 8, Block 23, Williamson Farms, $215,900. Seller, Vesta Homes Inc. Buyer, William Griebel.

Lot 2A, Block 43, Southwinds, $115,000. Seller, Jeff and Michelle Butler. Buyer, Megan Schmidt.

Lot 7, 8, 9 and 10, Block 1, Skylane Industrial, $966,500. Seller, Keith-MHP Three. Buyer, Stonetown Sunnylane.

Lot 1 and 2, Block 1, Brookhaven Square, $341,800. Seller, Fannie Mae. Buyer, Shirley Hammer.

Lot 38, Block 2, Canadian Trails, $239,900. Seller, James and Chrma Taylor. Buyer, Smith Carolyn A Revocable Trust.

Lot 7, Block 4, Sutton Place, $240,000. Seller, Travis and Kelly Wilson. Buyer, Zachary and Rebecca Oubre.

Lot 28, Block 2, Oakhurst, $124,900. Seller, David Gastgeb. Buyer, Daniel Hoffstatter.

Lot 7, Block 25 Williamson Farms, $225,550. Seller, Marquis Homes Inc. Buyer, Kyle and Nikki Melugin.

Lot 6, Block 2, Meadow Run, $159,900. Seller, Christopher Kluever. Buyer, Vontrell and Stephanie Williford.

Lot 1, Block 2, Red Canyon Ranch, $219,862. Seller, Ideal Homes of Norman. Buyer, Bubby and Jillian Cooper.

Lot 12, Block 6, Park Place, $163,047. Seller, Colony Homes LLC. Buyer, Marc and Betty Durrin.

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