The Norman Transcript


February 24, 2013

real estate transactions



Seller(s): Little Julie L 2011 Revocable Trust, November 18 2011; Buyer(s): Boler, Johnnie L; Amount: $128,500.00; Lakecrest Estates 00 Blk 01-08 &( A & B & Replat); Lot 45; Block5

Seller(s): Morgan, Douglas E & Judy C, fka Vick, Judy C; Buyer(s): Thomas, Jason D & Amy L; Amount: $110,000.00; Greenbriar East Lake 03 Blk 01-06, 10, 17; Lot 21; Block2

Seller(s): Ogilvie, Marilyn Bailey; Buyer(s): Bergen Property Management L L C; Amount: $112,000.00; Meadow Park 00 Add (Amended & Replat); Lot 1; Block1

Seller(s): Marquis Homes Inc; Buyer(s): McBride, William Colin & Joelle Lynn; Amount: $179,450.00; Winfield II Sec 09 (Blks 51-54); Lot 2; Block54

Seller(s): Doughty, John D & Jennifer A; Buyer(s): Nalagan, Juan Carlos; Amount: $117,500.00; East Ridge Add 05 Blk 01-05; Lot 2; Block2

Seller(s): Britt, Corey & Stephanie; Buyer(s): Bourland, Michael R & Lenita; Amount: $109,000.00; Greenbriar East Lake Estates 04 Blk 07-09, 11-16, 18, C; Lot 12; Block12

Seller(s): Brannon, Christine A, Cartmell, Christine A; Buyer(s): Laurey Williams Living Trust, January 5 2013, Curly Mclain Living Trust, January 5 2013; Amount: $115,000.00; Faculty Heights Add Blk 01-08; Lot 28; Block5

Seller(s): Home First Inc; Buyer(s): Phelps Family Trust, December 29 2009; Amount: $380,906.00; Turtle Lake 02 (Blks 4-5); Lot 30; Block5

Seller(s): Essex, Patrick & Neely D; Buyer(s): Pryor, Rodney Kim & Sherri Lynn; Amount: $122,500.00; East Hills Add 01 Blk 01-05, A-B & (Correction); Lot 9; Block2

Seller(s): Richey, Jeanne E; Buyer(s): Hines, Brett W & Elisabeth Dawn Brown; Amount: $225,000.00; Shadowlake Village 06 Blk 31, A; Lot 3; Block31

Seller(s): Federal National Mortgage Association, AKA Fannie Mae; Buyer(s): Thurmond, Johnny N & Taylor; Amount: $280,000.00; Williamson Farms Add 01 PUD (Blk 1-17); Lot 25; Block11

Seller(s): Vintage Custom Homes L L C; Buyer(s): Gray, Gavin; Amount: $225,000.00; Rio Toscano 01 Blk 1-7; Lot 3; Block3

Seller(s): Secretary Of Veterans Affairs; Buyer(s): Hall, Jeffrey S & Jaimi R; Amount: $118,000.00; Smiths Add 01 Lot 01-14; Lot 5

Seller(s): Lehr, Robin L; Buyer(s): Burum, Andrew Jay; Amount: $124,500.00; Northpark Blk 01-03; Lot 12; Block1

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