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February 16, 2013

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Seller(s): Frailey, James Edward & Cherry Lynn; Buyer(s): Pringle, Laura E; Amount: $110,000.00; STR: 29-9N-2W, Bounds: Part, Descript: NW

Seller(s): Wells, Gary W & Traci D; Buyer(s): Hensley, Matthew; Amount: $250,000.00; Twin Lakes Add 03 Blks 1-2; Lot 2; Block1

Seller(s): Renaissance Custom Homes L L C; Buyer(s): Ronne, Sheryl M; Amount: $341,041.76; Turtle Lake 02 (Blks 4-5); Lot 16; Block4

Seller(s): Buley, Nona; Buyer(s): Bilancia, Daniel; Amount: $114,000.00; Crestland Est 00 Blk 01-10; Lot 7; Block4

Seller(s): Roberts, Ernest Edward & Susan Ann; Buyer(s): Cleveland, Karen K; Amount: $197,000.00; STR: 23-9N-1E, Descript: NW NW SE

Seller(s): E Eric Cheatham Construction Co; Buyer(s): Stephens, Daniel W & Sandra L; Amount: $298,000.00; Rockport 02 (Blks 4-8); Lot 20; Block6

Seller(s): Ideal Homes Of Norman L P; Buyer(s): Byrum, Jeffrey L & Tamera D; Amount: $217,269.00; Country Place Add 09; Lot 16; Block30

Seller(s): Haworth Custom Homes L L C; Buyer(s): Baker, Brian & Jennifer; Amount: $515,000.00; Willows Addition 07 (Blk 1-3); Lot 1; Block2

Seller(s): Moore, Robert A, Angel, Linda; Buyer(s): Cornwell, Ronald M, Jr & Deborah A; Amount: $740,000.00; Carrington Place Add 05 Final Plat; Lot 20A; Block1

Seller(s): Whisman, Marion Wayne, by Attorney In Fact & Sadie, by Attorney In Fact; Buyer(s): Gore, Linda M; Amount: $132,500.00; Ranchwood Manor 03 Blk 01-08; Lot 2; Block6

Seller(s): DeArmon, Jesse L & Marjorie E; Buyer(s): Kreft, Leslie J & Lynne; Amount: $243,000.00; Twin Lakes Add 03 Blks 1-2; Lot 2; Block2

Seller(s): Eason Homes L L C; Buyer(s): Sipes, Ronnie G, Sr & Deborah L; Amount: $234,900.00; White Tail Crossings Sec 01; Lot 5; Block3

Seller(s): Huller, Michael W & Latischa; Buyer(s): Buis, Michael D; Amount: $119,000.00; Regency Park 05 Blk 44-53; Lot 39; Block49

Seller(s): Dream Walkin Homes L L C; Buyer(s): Thompson, Carl A & Amber; Amount: $465,000.00; Estates Of Belmar II (Replat Of Belmar III); Lot 1; Block1

Seller(s): Speheger, Douglas A & Sara Jane; Buyer(s): Prewitt, Kelly J, Magnin, David D; Amount: $108,000.00; Sutton Place Add 02 Blk 01-06; Lot 4; Block2

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