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March 17, 2013

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Seller(s): High Strive Constructions L P; Buyer(s): Adams, Ashleigh; Amount: $119,198.00; Apple Village 02 (Replat); Lot 46; Block2

Seller(s): Torabi, Al & Sanaz A; Buyer(s): Cave, Ladorna; Amount: $115,000.00; STR: 36-10N-3W, Bounds: Part, Descript: NW

Seller(s): Schafstall, Bernard L, Heather J; Buyer(s): Dawson, Evan PC; Amount: $137,000.00; East Ridge Add 08 (Replat Of Part Of Sec 4); Lot 7; Block5

Seller(s): ; Buyer(s): ; Amount: $134,000.00

Seller(s): Lacquement, Grant E; Buyer(s): Hadley, Joshua Paul; Amount: $145,000.00; Classen-Miller Add Blk 01-23 Incudes Replat of Blk 4 Second Add; Lot 9; Block4, Bounds: E 115'; Lot 10; Block4, Bounds: E 115' of S 25'; Lot 8; Block4, Bounds: E 115' of N 15'

Seller(s): Basset, Adam L & Danielle C; Buyer(s): Poljanowski, Cezary Z & Deanna M; Amount: $135,000.00; Royal Oaks Add 00 Blk 01-07&(Replat); Lot 9; Block6

Seller(s): Blau, Edward M & Courtney; Buyer(s): Brock, Michael & Kaitlyn; Amount: $165,900.00; Berkeley Add 06 Blk 01-04; Lot 22; Block2

Seller(s): Fischer, Timothy S & Mariela L; Buyer(s): Keller, Justin E & Brittany; Amount: $135,000.00; Skyview Terrace Blk 01-07,A (Moore); Lot 35; Block6

Seller(s): Montgomery Walter T & Vivalene Rev Family Tr; Buyer(s): Meyers, Donna J; Amount: $145,000.00; Winfield II Sec 07 (Blks 42-47); Lot 15; Block44

Seller(s): Scott, Roger M & Georgia G; Buyer(s): Gleave, Chad W; Amount: $114,800.00; Wildflower Add 01 Blk 01-06; Lot 5; Block1

Seller(s): Rio Toscano L L C; Buyer(s): Vintage Custom Homes L L C; Amount: $115,500.00; Rio Toscano 02 (Blk 8-12); Lot 7; Block10; Lot 7; Block11; Lot 8; Block9

Seller(s): Green Hill Builders L L C; Buyer(s): Dhillon, Manpreet K; Amount: $147,739.00; Tecumseh Meadows Addition 03 (Final Plat); Lot 13; Block1

Seller(s): Whiteley, Bobby C & Sharon A; Buyer(s): Taylor, Dylan W & Stephanie; Amount: $192,500.00; Country Place Add 06 (Blks 22-25); Lot 12; Block25

Seller(s): White, Jeffrey A & Carolyn J; Buyer(s): Hostetter, Mark; Amount: $212,700.00; Lakeridge Run 03 Blk 01-04; Lot 16; Block2

Seller(s): Dub Stone Construction Co; Buyer(s): Mock, Morgan & Brianna; Amount: $135,000.00; Stone Meadows Est 06 Blk 16-19 & Common Lots C-D; Lot 15; Block18

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