The Norman Transcript


January 6, 2013

cleveland county property transactions



Seller(s): Ideal Homes Of Norman L P, By General Partner; Buyer(s): Gardner, Daniel J; Amount: $131,535.00; Featherstone Add 05 (Blk 16); Lot 2; Block16

Seller(s): Le, Dinh Van & Anh; Buyer(s): Ward, Terry J & Wanda F; Amount: $115,000.00; Western Flags Add Blk 01-05; Lot 7; Block4

Seller(s): White, Stephen A & Christina G; Buyer(s): Smith, Tony D; Amount: $109,000.00; Greenbriar Eastlake Estates 09 Blk 48-54; Lot 12; Block54

Seller(s): Kleckner, Eric Michael & Tanae; Buyer(s): Wallace, Troy; Amount: $138,000.00; East Hills Add 02 Blk 01-05, A-B; Lot 4; Block5

Seller(s): Cook, Tonia Lynn; Buyer(s): Lewis, Sheka Renee; Amount: $120,000.00; Southridge Blk 01-10(OKC); Lot 12; Block1

Seller(s): Ganson, Scott & Michelle, FKA Stone, Michelle; Buyer(s): Pennington, Coleman R & Olga A; Amount: $155,500.00; Cambridge Add 04th Blk 01-02, A & B; Lot 15; Block1

Seller(s): Cooter, David M & Terri L; Buyer(s): Miller, Vernon & Connie; Amount: $143,000.00; Brookwood Village 02 Blk 05-18; Lot 19; Block15

Seller(s): Amaral, Neil S & Heather A; Buyer(s): Seifried, Stefan V & Anna Maria; Amount: $129,000.00; Winfield II Sec 07 (Blks 42-47); Lot 5; Block47

Seller(s): Methvin Family Trust, April 26 2011; Buyer(s): Wilson, Walter & Linda; Amount: $100,000.00; Madison Place Add 02; Lot 7; Block5

Seller(s): Turner, Alvin O & Carmelita; Buyer(s): Cowell, Claude C & Redonda S; Amount: $101,000.00; Pennsylvania South 00 Blk 01-02-A; Lot 8; Block2

Seller(s): Vinyard, Allan L & Jacqueline; Buyer(s): Flynn, Michael D; Amount: $166,500.00; Brookwood Village 01 Blk 01-04; Lot 14; Block3

Seller(s): Ward, Keith D & Rebecca M; Buyer(s): SIRVA Relocation Credit L L C; Amount: $346,500.00; Vineyard Phase 1 PUD Blk.01-03,A-C; Lot 6; Block2; Lot 7; Block2

Seller(s): SIRVA Relocation Credit L L C; Buyer(s): Ganson, Scott M & Michelle N; Amount: $346,500.00; Vineyard Phase 1 PUD Blk.01-03,A-C; Lot 6; Block2; Lot 7; Block2

Seller(s): Fitzpatrick, Patrick R & Cheryl P; Buyer(s): Botello, Paul Isaac; Amount: $100,000.00; STR: 5-10N-1E, Descript: W W SE SE

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