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January 13, 2013

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Seller(s): Conally Harold T Revocable Living Trust, November 20 1996; Buyer(s): Ferguson Pamela G Trust, May 18 2010; Amount: $201,000.00; STR: 6-8N-2W, Bounds: Part, Descript: NW

Seller(s): Harsen, Rachel A; Buyer(s): Anderson, Michael S & Kristen R; Amount: $198,000.00; Maple Ridge Blk 01-02; Lot 22; Block1

Seller(s): Ideal Homes Of Norman LP; Buyer(s): Madni, Faisal S & Erika J; Amount: $179,490.00; Greenleaf Trails Add 03; Lot 10; Block3

Seller(s): Farzaneh Properties L L C, FKA Farzaneh Properties Inc; Buyer(s): Swiniuch, David M; Amount: $140,095.00; Eagle Cliff Add 03 Blk 07-09; Lot 11; Block4

Seller(s): HKM L L C; Buyer(s): Ness, Shawn & Kelly; Amount: $170,000.00; Forest Brook; Lot 3; Block2

Seller(s): McHughes Enterprises L L C; Buyer(s): Waller, William P & Phyllis A; Amount: $290,000.00; Williamson Farms Add 01 PUD (Blk 1-17); Lot 1; Block11

Seller(s): Harbor Homes Inc; Buyer(s): Oakes, Melisa A; Amount: $227,442.00; Talavera Section 4 (Blk 28-33); Lot 22; Block31

Seller(s): Wayne Long Custom Homes Inc; Buyer(s): Rogers, Reginald Mark & Patricia H; Amount: $377,900.00; Greywing Blk 01 & (Common Area A & B); ; Lot 3; Block1

Seller(s): BKEP Crude L L C; Buyer(s): Chesapeake Land Development Co L L C; Amount: $2,500,000.00; STR: 11-10N-4W, Bounds: Part, Acres: 15.032999992370605, Descript: SE

Seller(s): Brant, Joshua B & Alicia Kathryn; Buyer(s): Conner, Allan B & Kimberly H; Amount: $145,000.00; Greenbriar Eastlake Estates 18 Blk 82-88; Lot 7; Block88

Seller(s): Homeside L L C; Buyer(s): Naranjo, Tony D; Amount: $259,000.00; Summit Lakes Add 09; Lot 6; Block2

Seller(s): F B G Trust; Buyer(s): 222 E Main L L C; Amount: $365,000.00; Norman O T Blk 01-91; Lot 11; Block13

Seller(s): 4 Corners Construction L L C; Buyer(s): Ives, Joe D & Eduarda T; Amount: $335,444.00; Pepperwell Oaks; Lot 38; Block6

Seller(s): Vintage Custom Homes L L C; Buyer(s): Key, John; Amount: $333,750.00; Rio De Bella Add 02; Lot 8; Block8

Seller(s): Ideal Homes Of Norman L P; Buyer(s): Alcazar, Michael V & Angela; Amount: $155,243.00; Trailwoods Addition 05 PUD; Lot 6; Block15

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