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Two story French style
The Listing of the Week is a two-story, French-style brick home on a 6.7-acre wooded lot in the gated Riva Ridge neighborhood in Arcadia.
This roomy two-story cabin comes complete with everything a family needs to live year-round, if desired.
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SPACIOUS HERITAGE HILLS HOME TO BE SYMPHONY SHOW HOUSE
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Bureau to aid in sales The new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau hopes to bring clarity and better disclosures about the fees that homebuyers, sellers and refinancers are hit with at closings. PAGE 5F
REMODELING INDEX RISES
The Tudor Revival-style house at 440 NW 15 in Oklahoma City’s historic Heritage Hills neighborhood will be this year’s Symphony Show House. Work on it starts Monday. PHOTO BY PAUL HELLSTERN, THE OKLAHOMAN BY DYRINDA TYSON For The Oklahoman firstname.lastname@example.org
The Oklahoma City Orchestra League has only one request in the weeks leading up to the opening of the 2012 Symphony Show House: Pray for nice weather. “We like to utilize this backyard — it’s so beautiful,” show house co-chairman Debbie Minter said of the space, where brickwork circles the ground around the pool, closed now for winter, and an outdoor kitchen dominates one corner. Artists and designers will begin working their magic Monday, transforming the home at 440 NW 15 in Heritage Hills from grand family home to a Jazz Age manor for the 39th annual show house. It will be open May 1 for private parties and will open to the public May 5-20. All proceeds benefit educational programs for the orchestra league and the Oklahoma City Philharmonic. The scissortail flycatcher glasswork hanging in the outdoor kitchen will most likely be gone by the time the show house opens,
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Sandra Peyton stands in the master bath of her former home, which will be this year’s Symphony Show House. PHOTO BY PAUL HELLSTERN, THE OKLAHOMAN
but homeowner Sandra Peyton pointed out a tiny crack marring one side. “I never repaired it from the
bombing,” she said. “It’s kind of a memento of the bombing because it broke (the glass.)” Peyton remembered feeling the
impact of the explosion April 19, 1995, at the Alfred E. Murrah FedSEE HOUSE, PAGE 2F
Don’t shirk in getting home prepared for sale Do you sense a revival of the real estate market in your area? Has good news on recent home sales persuaded you to put your home on the market this spring? If so, housing experts urge you to begin soon to prepare your place for the big show. Besides the core improvements you can do yourself — such as purging clutter and in-depth cleaning — real estate experts say you should identify all tasks that need to be done by contractors. “Too many owners are lulled into thinking they don’t need to change anything before selling. They’re either cheap, lazy or just don’t realize all the work that should be done,” said Sid Davis, a longtime real estate broker and author of “Home Makeovers That Sell.”
Remodeling sentiment rose to the highest level in five years, according to the National Association of Home Builders’ Remodeling Market Index for the fourth quarter of 2011. The index increased to 46.6 from 41.7 in the third quarter. The component measuring current market conditions rose to 48.4 from 43 in the previous quarter; the component measuring future indicators of remodeling business increased to 44.8 from 40.4. An index below 50 indicates that more remodelers report market activity is lower compared to the previous quarter than higher.
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He estimates that only about 10 percent of homes entering the market have had all the repairs and improvements necessary to maximize their selling potential. Yet even small defects can hamper a good sale, he said. “Whether it’s a little peeling paint, a leaky faucet or a malfunctioning doorbell … buyers see these little issues and assume your place is in bad shape overall,” Davis said. Most buyers now hire home inspectors who will be able to discover unresolved problems, making
this an even more critical issue. “Suppose the inspector finds out your roof is shot. Chances are good your buyers won’t even ask you to replace the roof. They could just walk away from the deal and never look back,” Davis said.
Where to go for help Can you count on your listing agent to highlight all the work your house needs before it goes on the market? Not necessarily. Davis contends many agents fear that if they’re frank about a home’s problems they could lose business. Also, he said, you can’t count on an agent to catch hard-to-identify problems, such as major plumbing issues or electrical deficiencies. Eric Tyson, a personal finance specialist and co-
author of “House Selling for Dummies,” recommends that all prospective home sellers line up a preinspection of their place before the “For Sale” sign goes up. He said it’s far better for you to discover the problem before potential buyers do. “Whether your issues are small or large, you don’t want to give your buyers reasons to question the integrity of your house. That’s like going in for a job interview with a ketchup stain on your shirt and expecting the employer to hire you,” Tyson said. To locate a reputable home inspector, he suggests calling the inspector who checked your place before you bought it. Or go to the American Society of Home Inspectors online (www.ashi.org). Here are a couple of oth-
er pointers for home sellers: I Create a list of prospective contractors to do your work. Many people find locating contractors onerous. But R. Dodge Woodson, author of “Tips & Traps When Hiring a Contractor,” advises against using the Yellow Pages or online advertising for this purpose. A more reliable approach, he said, is to seek recommendations from friends or office colleagues who’ve had work done on their own homes. I Scout out names from your neighborhood. One novel way of getting referrals from nearby residents is to throw a neighborhood party and ask all who attend to bring along the name of at least one contractor they like. UNIVERSAL UCLICK
Following three consecutive months of gains, sales of newly built, singlefamily homes edged down 2.2 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 307,000 units in December, according to the U.S. Commerce Department. “December’s small decline in new-home sales follows three consecutive months of gains and means the fourth quarter was still stronger than the third,” said Bob Nielsen, chairman of the National Association of Home Builders.
PENDING SALES POSITIVE After reaching a 19-month high, pending home sales eased in December but stayed above year-ago levels, according to the National Association of Realtors. The Pending Home Sales Index, a forwardlooking indicator based on contract signings, declined to 96.6 in December from 100.1 in November but was above December 2010 when it was 91.5. FROM WIRE REPORTS
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Left: Symphony Show House event coordinators Debbie Minter and Polly Worthington are shown in an upstairs apartment in back of 440 NW 15. The home will be this year’s Symphony Show House. PHOTO BY PAUL HELLSTERN, THE OKLAHOMAN
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eral Building, which was about a mile away. “I was upstairs doing exercises,” she said. “I was on my back ... then I was on my stomach.” She said she was sure one of the roofers working atop the house that morning had somehow fallen through. “It just shook me to my core.”
Timely move Peyton and her husband, thoracic surgeon Marvin Peyton, lived there for 28 years, raising their two children. The children are living their own lives now, though, and the home’s 10,000 square feet — spread over four stories — have become a challenge for hips and knees that eventually had to be replaced. “Basically, I’ve been looking for about 10 years for a house,” Sandra Peyton said. “And Marvin and I have finally found one we agreed on.” They moved last year to a smaller, single-story home in Edmond and put their Heritage Hills home on the market. And that was good news for the orchestra league, which had just lost the home it intended to showcase. “We were getting kind of desperate,” Minter recalled, “and someone was just out driving around and literally ran up on this home with a ‘for sale’ sign.” Minter and show house cochairman Polly Worthington said they were struck by the architecture when they first saw their new show house. Built in 1925, the Tudor Revivalstyle home features intricate brickwork, a steeply sloped roofline and arched doorways. Arched entryways look out over the enclosed front yard. Overall, the home has six bedrooms, six full baths and three half-baths, many sporting period tile work with the master bath paneled with mirrors. “It’s just so beautiful,” Worthington said. “And it’s in such beautiful condition.”
A room in this year’s Symphony Show House, a home at 440 NW 15. PHOTO BY PAUL HELLSTERN, THE OKLAHOMAN
Arched doorways are prominent in the home. PHOTO BY PAUL HELLSTERN, THE OKLAHOMAN
Left: A hallway in the future Symphony Show House is defined by the arched doorways that access it.
Dramatic features The Peytons were living just a few streets over on NW 18, and gradually renovating that house, when the one on NW 15 came up for sale in 1983. “He just went crazy — once in a while he does — and he wanted to buy it,” Peyton said of her husband. It was out of character for him, she said, “but I mean he just pursued it, and the next thing I knew, we’d bought it.” So they moved in. “We didn’t have nearly enough furniture at first,” Peyton recalled. “We carried furniture in here by the truckloads.” The furniture is long gone, but remnants of their life are not — not yet. The hallway still makes a dramatic opening statement with a soaring ceiling and a sweeping staircase curving past a tall window. The walls are soft pink with cream accents, and a pink marble staircase dominates the nearby living room. Upstairs, individual bedrooms are still stamped with individual tastes — black and white geometric patterns stretch across dark walls in one bedroom, while mirrors line a wall in the master bedroom. The Peytons raised two children among those rooms — and a lifetime of memories. Come Monday, designers and artists will swarm into those rooms to begin the transformation. “I’m excited to see what it’s going to be,” Peyton said. “I can’t say it’s not sentimental for us to leave, but we know we’ve made the right decision. So we’re interested to see what they’re going to do with it, who’s going to live here. We’ll always be interested in this house.”
PHOTO BY PAUL HELLSTERN, THE OKLAHOMAN
Right: This view shows the outdoor kitchen area in back of the home. PHOTO BY PAUL HELLSTERN, THE OKLAHOMAN
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Boulder Creek plan can be retreat or residence HOUSE PLAN
See Associated Designs’ survey on Page XF.
Elliott, Kociuba join Paradigm PIEDMONT — Buster Elliott and Bo Kociuba have joined Paradigm AdvantEdge Real Estate at 13100 Colony Pointe in Piedmont as residential real estate sales associates. Elliott has sold real estate for 35 years. He holds the National Association of Realtors’ e-Pro technology professional designation. Previously, he was in the horse and cattle business and was involved in cutting horse competitions. Kociuba attended the University of Lublin in Poland and then studied business at the University of Central Oklahoma. She is a certified interior designer and previously worked in that business. She has sold real estate for the past five years. Elliott and Kociuba work as a team, specializing in land and horse properties.
An abundance of natural light washes into the Boulder Creek through a four-high stack of windows in its central A-frame. This roomy two-story cabin comes complete with entries on the first and second floors, two-car garage, large utility room and everything a family needs to live yearround, if desired. From the garage, you can enter the kitchen via the pass-through utility room. But guests will enter the living room through an atrium door on the wide front deck. The vaulted ceiling there is a lofty two stories high near the stacked windows. To the right, the living room is open to the kitchen across a long peninsular eating counter. Family and friends can sit here to chat with people working in the kitchen, when they aren’t helping to cook or clean up. Countertop work space is well supplied here, with long and short segments on all
four sides. Warmth and flames in the gas or wood-burning fireplace can be enjoyed from the kitchen as well as the living room. A mini-bathroom with a toilet and lavatory is right off the living room. It’s actually part of a two-section bathroom, in which the other section is directly accessible from the owners’ suite. A tub-shower combo and another basin are in the owners’ section, next to a roomy walk-in closet that has a large central cabinet with drawers. Two more bedrooms and bathrooms are upstairs in the Boulder Creek, one set on each side of the spacious loft that overlooks the living room. Bunks for extra guests could be set up here, or this area could be outfitted as a library, office or study. A review plan of the Boulder Creek, including floor plans, elevations, section and artist’s conception, can be bought for $25 by phone, mail or online. Add $5 for shipping and handling. Associated Designs, 1100 Jacobs Drive, Eugene, OR 97402. www.associateddesigns.com. (800) 634-0123.
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Decorating Den marks 7th year Maria Gore, interior decorator and owner of a Decorating Den Interiors franchise in Oklahoma City, is observing her seventh year in business. The national company’s design make-
overs have been featured in such magazines as Good Housekeeping, House Beautiful, Traditional Home and Southern Living, as well as on HGTV.
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Survey offers insights into home wants BY ASSOCIATED DESIGNS
People typically spend more time at home during winter, which makes it an excellent season to focus on dreaming up the home that’s in your heart. No doubt you’ve thought about some of the features you would include in your ideal home. But could you design that home in its entirety? The Associated Designs 2012 Home from the Heart survey form offers you the structure you need to get started. You’ll want to mull over major choices such as square footage, exterior styling, number of private rooms and layout of family living areas. After that, you can start filling in the details. At Associated Designs, which provides house plans for The Oklahoman and other newspapers, we consider readers to be the true experts on what contemporary families really want. Some families like having formal dining and living rooms, while others would rather fill that space with a home office and an exercise room. Increasing numbers include home offices and prefer green building techniques and products. Our surveys help us keep abreast of these changes. When you finish filling out your form, you can help out by sending us a copy, along with any other ideas you have, in words or sketches. You can complete the survey online at www. AssociatedDesigns.com. And, if you’d like to see how preferences have changed from year to year, you can check out past survey results online as well. Associated Designs will design a home based on the resulting preferences. The tallied results, plus the 2012 Home from the Heart, will be ready for publication in The Oklahoman and other newspapers in three months. So pick up a pencil and your survey form or laptop. Let the home that’s in your heart take shape. We’d love to hear about the home of your dreams.
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New agency seeks disclosure on appraisal fees WASHINGTON — The new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is working on a real estate issue that gets to the core of the agency’s purpose: bringing clarity and better disclosures about the often opaque and costly fees that homebuyers, sellers and refinancers face at closings. One of the disclosures under review might surprise you: appraisal charges. Why do they need clarifying? Doesn’t just about everybody who applies for a mortgage, whether it’s to buy a house or refinance, have to pay $450 to $600 — sometimes more — to find out what the property is worth? The reality is more complicated. Start with the fact that in three out of every four purchases or refinancings, according to industry estimates, the person who visits, inspects, measures and puts a market value on your property is receiving only a fraction of the money you are paying. Some are being paid less than half of the fee, while the balance flows to an enterprise you’ve never heard of — an appraisal management company — that assigns the job to the appraiser. That management company, in turn, may be wholly owned by or in a
Kenneth Harney THE NATION’S HOUSING joint venture or affiliate relationship with your lender, which in turn may be pocketing a significant portion of your appraisal dollars. Current federal settlement disclosures give you no hint of where that money is going. There is just a single line item for appraisal charges on the standard HUD-1 settlement statement. Say you’re charged $550. There is no hint that the appraiser gets $250 and the rest goes to the management company and the lender. The new bureau is considering whether to shed light on this by mandating two disclosures — what the appraiser is paid and what the management company is taking. Banks and mortgage lenders maintain there is no need for more disclosure, but appraisers, builders, realty brokers and others say the costs of appraisals to consumers have increased in the past two years, while the quality and accuracy of the
work have declined. In a poll of its members last year, the National Association of Realtors found that 70 percent reported consumers were being charged higher appraisal fees at closing — sometimes $100 or more than typical previously. At the same time, appraiser members reported sharp reductions in their own compensation by 40 to 50 percent per assignment. Many of those polled said they saw significant increases in the number of appraisers who were unfamiliar with local market conditions because they were from another area. The poll also found a growing incidence of sales transactions being derailed by appraisals that came in below the contract price agreed upon between the seller and the buyer. Critics say the drops in fees to appraisers combined with higher charges to consumers are byproducts of the rapid spread of management companies, whose growth during the postboom years has been fueled by rules from Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and Congress aimed at ensuring “appraiser independence.” Frank Gregoire, a past chairman of the Florida Real
Estate Appraisal Board, which oversees and regulates the industry in that state, said that while appraiser independence is an important goal, banks and their affiliated management firms are raising the costs of appraisals to consumers without improving services. “The borrower receives no benefit from the (appraisal management) ‘service,’ ” he said in an email. “The lender is able to outsource a significant responsibility (the selection of an appraiser) to an affiliated subsidiary, and profit from that task by making the con-
sumer and the appraiser pay for the privilege. (This) business arrangement is concealed from the consumerborrower, and the charge is misrepresented as an ‘appraisal fee’ on the HUD-1. This is dishonest, deceitful and unfair.” Industry defenders of management firms, such as Donald E. Kelly, executive director of the Real Estate Valuation Advocacy Association, strongly disagree. Kelly said management firms perform the “back office” functions, including reviews and quality control, “that in the past were done
by lender staff and employees.” In other words, they earn the money they get. And there’s no pressing need for consumers to see additional disclosures. Which brings the matter back to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The agency has a statutory deadline in July to produce an improved version of the HUD-1 settlement form. How it comes down on real estate appraisal fee disclosures — more transparency for consumers or not — will be a revealing early test. Send email to email@example.com. WASHINGTON POST WRITERS GROUP
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Stop before walking away from reverse mortgage Q. I took out a reverse mortgage when the market was high and cashed out $300,000. Now my home is worth about $100,000. We are thinking of walking away from the house. Can the bank come after us for the money? A. No. Almost all reverse mortgages are
Gary M. Singer REAL ESTATE LAW “non-recourse” loans, meaning that the amount
that your lender can recover is limited to the value of the property. So you can move out and not be on the hook for the house. But remember that with a reverse mortgage, you get to stay in the house for the rest of your life, so you may not want to be in a rush to move just because your home is
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underwater. Q. I have an underwater property and I’m current in my payments, but I have to move to a different county. I want to avoid any hit to my credit score. What can I do? A. As you are aware, unloading your property
with a short sale will damage your credit. Your other option is to rent it out. Many people are starting to rent their homes when they have to move because rental rates are high. While it is not always easy being a landlord, you may be able to get a real estate agent to manage the property for
Gary M. Singer is a Florida attorney and board-certified as an expert in real estate law by the Florida Bar. Send him questions online at http://sunsent.nl/ mR20t7 or follow him on Twitter @GarySingerLaw. MCT INFORMATION SERVICES
Illinois attorney general sues Standard & Poor’s BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Listing of the Week is at 10809 Riva Drive in Arcadia.
Spacious 2-story French-style home sits on 6.7-acre wooded lot The Listing of the Week is a two-story, Frenchstyle brick home on a 6.7acre wooded lot in the gated Riva Ridge neighborhood in Arcadia. The 4,440-square-foot home at 10809 Riva Drive has four bedrooms, four baths, two half-baths, three living rooms, two dining areas and an attached three-car garage. The main living room has a fireplace, built-in book-
you and still cover your existing mortgage. If this option is not appealing to you, you may have to consider the short sale.
case and cathedral ceiling. The study has a built-in bookcase. An upstairs living room has a wet bar. The commercial-grade kitchen has a pantry and work island. The master suite has a sitting area, walk-in closet and bath with double vanities and a freestanding tub. Secondary bedrooms have walkin closets and full baths. The home has a covered patio, balcony, under-
ground sprinkler system, security system and private pond. The home, built in 2008, is listed for $775,000 with Karen Blevins of Churchill-Brown & Associates Realtors. For more information, call 330-0031. Nominations for Listing of the Week are welcome. Send information on single-family homes to The Oklahoman, Richard Mize, P.O. Box 25125, Oklahoma City, OK 73125. Nominations may be faxed to 475-3996.
CHICAGO — The Illinois attorney general has filed a lawsuit accusing Standard & Poor’s of misleading investors by assigning its highest ratings to risky mortgagebacked investments during the years leading up to the crash of the housing market. The lawsuit from Lisa Madigan’s office alleges the agency compromised its independence by issuing high ratings for unworthy or risky investments as part of a strategy to boost revenue and market share. The lawsuit cites internal emails and conversations, including an instant messenger exchange in April 2007 in which an employee tells another that an investment “could be structured by cows and we would rate it.” “Publicly, S&P took every opportunity to proclaim their analyses and ratings as independent, objective and free from its desire for revenue,” Madigan said. “Yet privately, S&P abandoned its principles and instead used every trick possible to give deals high ratings in order to retain clients and generate revenue.” Madigan’s lawsuit singled out mortgage-backed securities, saying Standard & Poor’s misrepresented the risks by giving the investments its highest rating of AAA. A spokesman for Standard & Poor’s rejected the claims. “The case is without merit, and we will defend ourselves vigorously,” David Wargin said.
A spokeswoman for Madigan, Robyn Ziegler, said the attorney general began investigating Standard & Poor’s in early 2010. The inquiry is continuing, but Madigan determined it had progressed enough to file the suit, Ziegler said. Madigan previously had been involved in discriminatory-lending lawsuits against Bank of America subsidiary Countrywide Financial Corp. and Wells Fargo. The financial products singled out in the Standard & Poor’s lawsuit involve the bundling of a pool of mortgages that are then sold as securities. They are backed by residential mortgages, including the subprime mortgages that have been blamed for much of the economic turmoil set off by the housing crash in 2007 and 2008. Madigan’s lawsuit said S&P ignored the risks of those securities in giving them ratings that were favorable to the agency’s investment bank clients and its own profits. The performance of those investments had a significant impact on institutional investors in Illinois, including pension funds and 401(k) managers, the lawsuit said. “The mortgage-backed securities that helped our market soar — and ultimately crash — could not have been purchased by most investors without S&P’s seal of approval,” Madigan said. The lawsuit also cites testimony before Congress by a former managing director of the ratings agency who said “profits were running the show.”
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dence, erect, $200,000. Taber Built Homes LLC, 2404 NW 155, residence, erect, $200,000. Taber Built Homes LLC, 15212 Western Vista Drive, residence, erect, $200,000. Two Structures LLC, 9128 NW 90 Circle, residence, erect, $200,000. The RLA Co. Inc., 8720 NW 72 Court, residence, erect, $200,000. Joe Roberts Construction Co., 9020 NW 83, residence, erect, $199,000. Joe Roberts Construction Co., 9024 NW 84 Terrace, residence, erect, $199,000. Adams Kirby Homes LLC, 11800 Volterra Way, residence, erect, $190,000. Treasure Built Homes, 7916 Jesse Trail, residence, erect, $190,000. New Generation Homes LLC, 13221 NW 4, residence, erect, $190,000. Woodland Homes LLC, 3400 Wayfield Ave., residence, erect, $190,000. Ideal Homes of Norman LP, 18604 Mesa Road, residence, erect, $187,000. G&V Homes LLC, 8521 SW 57, residence, erect, $183,000. Mashburn Faires Homes LLC, 3120 SW 139, residence, erect, $181,400. Bradbury Homes Inc., 11732 SW 20, residence, erect, $181,000. Harvest Homes Properties LLC, 205 SW 174, residence, erect, $180,000. Brass Brick III LLC, 19217 Grassmere Way, residence, erect, $180,000. Larry Toombs, 19817 Oakshire Drive, residence, erect, $180,000. New Generation Homes LLC, 109 SW 174, residence, erect, $180,000. Taber Built Homes LLC, 15601 Cardinal Nest Drive, residence, erect, $180,000. Dodson Custom Homes LLC, 16109 James Thomas Court, residence, erect, $177,200.
Established Business For Sale SHAWNEE AREA small equipment rental/small engine repair. 25years in Excellent High Traffic Location. Serious inquiries with solid finances only. 405-409-8313 SALES/ADV/MKTG Business. ¡ Excellent Oppty! ¡¡ 405-773-8999 COIN LAUNDRY NW OKC leased location. $25,500 761-6795
For Sale: The exclusive franchise of American Lenders Service Co. of OKC. The co. is engaged in the repossession of collateral on defaulted loans for lenders. Financing is available. Must have finance, banking or collateral recovery background. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-583-4777 for info.
PRIME RETAIL LOCATION I-35 frontage, showroom, ofcs, warehouse 10,800sf $5,000mo. 8801 S. I-35 Dale or Mike, 631-4447 SMALLBUSINESSLOCATION 1250 sf. S. 89th & I-35 $500mo. ph: 631-4447
Office Space For Rent
7608 N Western Ave Retail/Office space, up to 2200sf avail, 370-1077 Office For Lease. Utilities paid. Call Monday for appt. 516-0775 GREAT Office Space Various NW locations 300-6000sf 946-2516
I BUY & SELL HOUSES 27 YRS EXP 650-7667 HOMESOFOKCINC.COM
Commercial RE Commercial Property For Sale Restaurant Building & Equipment Southeast Oklahoma Selling Restaurant Building and Equipment due to health. Send inquiries to: Restaurant PO Box 986, Idabel, OK. 74745
VERY, VERY QUIET Near mall, schls, hosp, Try Plaza East 341-4813
Free Month Rent! 1&2bd QUIET! Covered Parking Great Schools! 732-1122
112K SE 1st, 1bd, water and garbage paid $375 Fidelity410-4300, 692-1661
Freshly Renovated 2 & 3 bed apts. Sec 8 ok. Now Acc. 1 bd vchr for 2bd. Call 475-9984 for info.
1st Mo Rent 1&2 Bedrooms Furnished & Unfurnished NEWLY REMODELED GATED COMMUNITY
3037 North Rockwell
$99 Move In
on Selected Units LARGE TOWNHOMES & APARTMENTS • Washer, Dryers, pools • PC Schools, fireplaces
WILLIAMSBURG 7301 NW 23rd
787-1620 $99 Special
1 & 2 BD & Townhouses •City bus route/Shopping •Washer/Dryer hookups
Valencia Apts 2221 N. Meridian
Apartments Bethany/ Warr Acres 420.5 $99 Move In Special 1 & 2bds, carports, coin lndry $345-445 470-3535
800 N. Meridian 1bd All bills paid 946-9506
»»»»»»»»»»»»» » Bills Paid 681-7561 » » 1 bd From $550 Move» » 2 bd From $650 In» » 3 bd From $740 Today» » Call for Special » »»»»»»»»»»»» 3315 1/2 SW 28th Upstairs Apartment 2bd 1ba New carpet, All bills pd $575/mo 408-5836 $99 SPECIAL Lg 1bdr, stove, refrig., clean, walk to shops. $345 mo. 632-9849 Furnished/Unfurnished Bills Paid » Wkly/Monthly Wes Chase Apts, Elk Horn Apts, Hillcrest 370-1077 San-Tee Apts. 1 bd all bills paid, $450 a month 685-2909 $99 Move In Special!!! Lg 1 and 2 Bdr, $345 to $420 mo. 632-9849 »»» $305-$360 »»» Furnished Efficiency 2820 S Robinson 232-1549 The Gardens SW 74th. 2 bed, 2 bath $580; 1 bed $420; No Pets; 681-9722.
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Condominiums, Townhouses For Rent 441
Briargate 1718 N Indiana 1bd, 1ba, 800 sf, wood floors, all elect, $550 mo, $250dp 409-7989 no sec8
17Ac w/3bed House & Barn, compl. fncd pond $1000mo $1000dep good refs reqd. 804-725-3011
2720 SW 74th unit 18 nice clean 2bd 1.5ba townhouse, washer/dryer hookups $550mo Fidelity RE 410-4300, 692-1661
Plaza Apts – Art Deco 1744 NW 17 1bed 1bath Starting at $500/month $250dp 409-7989 no sec8
BDC Construction Inc., 12109 Chesterfield Lane, residence, erect, $147,500. Denise Patterson, 3404 NW 163, residence, erect, $145,824. C-Jay Management/ BDC Construction Inc., 9017 Misty Lane, residence, erect, $145,000. C-Jay Management/ BDC Construction Inc., 9101 Misty Lane, residence, erect, $145,000. Home Sweet Home LLC, 9120 NW 140, residence, erect, $144,755. J. Bentley Developments, 6001 Bentley Drive, residence, erect, $140,000. Home Sweet Home LLC, 9033 NW 141, residence, erect, $139,910. Denise Patterson, 3324 NW 163, residence, erect, $138,474. Ideal Homes of Norman LP, 18516 Las Meninas Drive, residence, erect, $135,000. Westpoint Homes, 15100 Amber Run, residence, erect, $130,000. Westpoint Homes, 6109 NW 157, residence, erect, $130,000. Landmark Fine Homes LP, 2801 Fawn Lily Road, residence, erect, $125,000. Landmark Fine Homes LP, 2704 Fountaingrass Road, residence, erect, $125,000. Landmark Fine Homes LP, 2601 Fawn Lily Road, residence, erect, $125,000. Landmark Fine Homes LP, 9553 SW 26, residence, erect, $125,000. Precision Permit Service, 7630 W Reno Ave., retail sales, remodel, $120,000. Home Creations, 16229 Capulet Drive, residence, erect, $115,600. Home Creations, 15905 Sonador Drive, residence, erect, $115,200. Home Creations, 16308 Romeo Drive, residence, erect, $111,000. Rausch Coleman Homes LLC, 11437 SW 25 Terrace, residence, erect, $109,000. Rausch Coleman
Wood Creek Townhomes 2bed + loft, 2bath, atrium carport, range, dishwasher, disposal, laundry hook ups, no pets, $850/mo+$850dep 1928 Three Stars Road 475-9319 after 6pm
Acreage For Rent
C-Jay Management/ BDC Construction Inc., 4812 SW 127, residence, erect, $177,000. Sun Contracting LLC, 13208 NW 5, residence, erect, $170,000. Larry Toombs, 19821 Oakshire Drive, residence, erect, $170,000. New Generation Homes LLC, 13204 NW 1 Terrace, residence, erect, $170,000. Two Structures LLC, 8308 NW 141 Circle, residence, erect, $170,000. Authentic Custom Homes LLC, 8436 NW 142, residence, erect, $168,336. Watermark Homes LLC, 9816 SW 27, residence, erect, $165,000. Home Sweet Home LLC, 9124 NW 140, residence, erect, $158,015. Home Sweet Home LLC, 5813 St. James Place, residence, erect, $157,675. Home Sweet Home LLC, 5813 St. James Place, residence, erect, $157,675. Home Sweet Home LLC, 9029 NW 141, residence, erect, $153,425. Home Sweet Home LLC, 14101 Savannah Ave., residence, erect, $153,425. Smith & Pickel Construction, 5810 N Classen Blvd., retail sales, remodel, $150,000. Larry Toombs, 912 NW 195 Terrace, residence, erect, $150,000. Larry Toombs, 19512 Green Meadow Lane, erect, $150,000. Leonhardt Enterprises Inc., 8208 Hillers Road, residence, erect, $150,000. Leonhardt Enterprises Inc., 15817 Big Cypress Drive, residence, erect, $150,000. Leonhardt Enterprises Inc., 8017 Woodbend Lane, residence, erect, $150,000. Leonhardt Enterprises Inc., 8101 Woodbend Lane, residence, erect, $150,000. McAlister Construction Inc., 9205 Misty Lane, residence, erect, $150,000. C-Jay Management/
Walford Apts-Midtown518 NW 12 Giant 1 bed 1bath 1100sf $800/mo $600/dep dishwasher & wash&dryer hkups, must see; Studio 650sf $600mo $300dp 409-7989 no sec 8
1 Mo Free Casady751-8088
Vacation Property For Sale 347 Very nice cabin, 1bd 1ba 700sf, w/deck, remodeled, private lake, 23 miles from El Reno 405-668-2073
Business Property CAVE CREEK For Rent 360 ON ROCKWELL
I BUY HOUSES Any condition. No cost to U 410-5700
Real Estate Wanted
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Furnished/Unfurnished Bills Paid » Wkly/Monthly Wes Chase Apts, Elk Horn Apts, Hillcrest 370-1077
3528 NW 51st upstairs gas & water paid 2 bed 1K bath 748-8520 redbudrealestate.com 2bed 2ba fp, appls, 3201 NW 50th $595mo + dep. Pets ok 640-7209 Newly remodeled, Summit Ridge, 2 bd, 2 ba, FP, $800 mo no pets 348-3500
No App Fee, No Deposit WAC Nice 1, 2bd from $350 10th/Rockwell 820-2464
MAYFAIR Great location! 1/2 bd W/D hdwd flr quiet secure ngbrhood ¡947-5665
130 Barrett 2/1/1 kit appls $650mo No pets, No Sec 8 341-0368 517-1222
1&2bd no app fee ch&a no sec 8/no smoke $450 & $550/300dep 370-0278
•ABC• Affordable, Bug free, Clean » 787-7212»
Oldetowne » 2bd 1ba attach gar. 9129 Pepperdine 1 mi. to Tinker 769-7177
2bed + appls, Everyone + section 8 welcome, off NE Kelley $450 427-7566
Cute'n Cozy 1 bedr, $495/mo $300 dep all bills paid 706-3972 HEFNER ROAD & MAY, 2/2/2, 2531 W Hefner Rd appt only $900¡843-5853
423 SW 33rd Nice lrg 1BR. Stove, fridge. No pets, $425. 405-650-0963
567 Walker Dr Newcastle Brand New 1 & 2 beds for active seniors 62 and above. MOVE IN BY FEB 14th FOR ONLY $99! LIMITED AVAILABILITY (Income restrictions do apply) ''Equal Housing Opportnity'' Handicap Accessible 877-250-2332, Ext 103
Duplexes, 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 car, some new, some gated, call Rick, 405-830-3789.
Fully remodeled conveniently located, 3709K N Kentucky, $450/mo + $300 dep. 405-478-2264
Furnished/Unfurnished Weekly/Monthly 370-1077
RE for rent Bethany/ Warr Acres 464.5 3bd 2ba 2car 1700sf $900/mo Call Alex 990-0488 Lovely 3/2/2 brick home, sunroom $985 603-4775
3104 & 3216 Chetwood 3/1/1 & 3/1.5/1 No pets Giles Ent 670-4833 837 Scott St 3/2 $695 Free List 681-7272
21240 LkShdws4/3/3 $2500 117 Brad 3/2/2 $895 17557 Zinc 3/2.5/2 $1195 18117 EngOak 4/2/2 $1225 Express Realty 844-6101 www.expressrealtyok.com 3205 Marla Lane, Brick 3BR, 1.5 BA, stove, garage, fenced, central heat/air $600, $500 dep, 405-880-5517 398-4816
2+Acres-Horses 4Bed,2Ba,CH/A, Edmond Schools, Available now $1,500. 740-6723 For Lease: 3 bed, 2bath, 1900 sf, community pool, $1375/month, 245-3166.
3 bedroom, 5 acres, $1500/month. 405-408-0451
Houses All Areas- Free List 4 bed from $595-1295 3 bed from $495-995 2 bed from $395-795 605-5477 2545 SW 59th Clean remodeled, 4 bed, 2 bath ch&a, fenced bkyd No Pets. Call 703-1471 3/2/2, 10129 Isaac Dr. $695 plus $400 deposit. Section 8 ok. 324-2611
4bd 2.5ba 2car 2650sf $1350 4bed 3bath 4car 3000sf, 5.25 acres $1850 + dep Home&RanchRlty 794-7777
MOVE IN $650+$350 Dep 3 BR/1.5b, S8 OK, 2224 NE 20th, Call 310 9643
11701LeaningElm3/3/2 $1500 6704 NW 124 3/2/2 $1195 7616 NW 27 3/1.5/2 $1095 4712 Hemlock 3/2/1 $1095 6709 NW 59 Tr 2/1/1 $695 12521 High Mdw3/2/2 $1300 1112 NW 34 3/1 $750 Express Realty 844-6101 www.expressrealtyok.com 3017 Venice Blvd Newly remodeled, carpet, hw floor, applc. 4bed, 3ba, 2 Car Garage, 2780 2FP, 2-story central heat, central A/C, $1600 + Dep 706-3350 BEAUTIFUL NW HOME 6805 Bear Canyon Dr 3br, 2ba, 2car. All wood lmnt floors, cathederal, courtyard, fireplace, appl incl, lrg master bed, PC schools $1255 651-1868
2bd 1ba 4001 NW Liberty ch&a, wd hu, $585 mo, $500 dep, 831-0825 3232 Brushcreek, in Quail Creek on the golf course, 3 bed, 2.5 bath, 2 car, 1 FP, $1875 mo, $1500 dep. ¡ 831-0825 Houses All Areas- Free List 4 bed from $595-1295 3 bed from $495-995 2 bed from $395-795 605-5477 2545 SW 59th
Homes LLC, 11517 SW 24, residence, erect, $109,000. Rausch Coleman Homes LLC, 11441 SW 25 Terrace, residence, erect, $109,000. Home Creations, 1601 NW 126, residence, erect, $106,200. Home Creations, 16004 Sonador Drive, residence, erect, $100,800. Rausch Coleman Homes LLC, 8404 SW 48, residence, erect, $100,000. Home Creations, 12609 Edison Drive, residence, erect, $97,100. Home Creations, 12708 Nittany Drive, residence, erect, $96,400. Home Creations, 15808 Carriage House Road, residence, erect, $93,800. Home Creations, 6832 NW 157, residence, erect, $92,400. No name provided, 305 W Memorial Road, business, remodel, $85,000. Ideal Homes of Norman LP, 1116 SW 152 Place, residence, erect, $80,000. Salazar Roofing & Construction, 3512 Galatian Way, residence, erect, $80,000. Salazar Roofing & Construction, 3508 Galatian Way, residence, erect, $80,000. Salazar Roofing & Construction, 3514 Galatian Way, residence-attached, erect, $80,000. Salazar Roofing & Construction, 3510 Galatian Way, residence, erect, $80,000. Home Creations, 2456 NW 197, residence, erect, $77,200. Home Creations, 2400 NW 196 Terrace, residence, erect, $77,000. Layton Roofing & Construction Inc., 7116 NE 116, accessory, erect, $75,000. Ideal Homes of Norman LP, 2716 NW 186, residence, erect, $74,000. Anderson & House Inc., 4130 N Lincoln Blvd., canopy-carport, remodel, $50,000. Trinity Group ArchiSEE PERMITS, PAGE 8F
2316 N Gleason 3bd, 1 bath 1 car garage, New carpet, $695/mo 408-5836 3BR, 2BA. 2 car garage. 10708 Bayberry Dr. $1200, 1st & last months plus sec dep. 596-2217 2400sf 4bd 2.5ba , ch&a appls 544 NW 32 $1200 mo, $1000dep, 521-1842 2929 NW 30th 3bd 2 baths w/d hook ups $550 a month 408-5836 1 bd, newly remod., w/d hk-up, ch&a ¡ $435+$400 343 NW 96th 478-3910 3bd, 2ba, 1N acre, storage shed w/elect, strm shltr, appl, $895/mo. 203-8150
7800 SW 87th Cir 4bd 2.5 ba located on 1/2 Ac. Moore Schls.no section 8. Maria 405-618-0563 1020 SW 58th-2bd duplx new carpet/paint, appls no pets/smoking, $595mo sec 8 ok, owner 642-4116 2b 1b gar, dbl drive, ch&a, No Sec 8. $575+ $500dep Both very clean 691-5479 3320 SW 28th 1 bd, water paid, $395/month 408-5836 1709 SW 16, 2bd 1bath 1 car garage, $450/mo 408-5836
3 bed, 1 bath, attch 2 car gar. ch&a, 2410 NW 32nd no sec. 8, $700, 842-1137
Newly remod 4bd 1.5 ba all appls 3008 SW 65 Pl $800mo + dep 414-2578
4 & 3 BEDS. 2ba 2car $1000-$1200mo, NW 83, 85 & 113th, 405-205-2343.
2bd/1ba, ch&a, fncd, w/d hkup, 4508 S. Robinson, $450, No Sec 8, 503-5742
Sec. 8 ok, 3bd, 1.5ba, 2c, 8300 NW 10th #134. Rent+$600dep, 414-2578 3/2/2, PC Schools, ch&a, $780/mo, 1st and last, 4324 N. Grove, 503-6496. 1445 N Bradley 3/1.5 $850 Free List 681-7272
4512 S Lee 2bd, 1 bath X-large garage, $475/mo 408-5836 3700 SW 42nd 3/1.75 $750 Free List 681-7272
Houses All Areas- Free List 4 bed from $595-1295 3 bed from $495-995 2 bed from $395-795 605-5477 2545 SW 59th 36 SE 57th nice 4bd brick home, 1.5ba, fireplace, good condition, nice area, only $895. Fidelity 410-4300, 692-1661 2/2, 4700 Love Dr, $475; 3/2, 4702 Love Dr, $575; »»» 204-3686 »»» 3bd, 2ba, 2car, Moore schls fncd yard, $900mo + dep. 405-210-6721 421 SE 46th 2/1 $475 Free List 681-7272
EXTRA NICE! 3bd, 1ba, 1car, ch&a. No pets $650+ dep & refs. 405-340-0566
5 acres, clean nice ready now, ch/a, 3/2/2, new paint, $1500mo+$1000 dep + 2 studios free. 15601 S. May Ave. 410-9751 Houses All Areas- Free List 4 bed from $595-1295 3 bed from $495-995 2 bed from $395-795 605-5477 2545 SW 59th 3016 SW 26th nice 3bd home, clean, fenced, fresh paint, nice quiet area, only $495! Fidelity RE 410-4300, 692-1661 8413 Rayburn Ave. 2/2/2 1500sf w/ fenced yard, Moore Schls, 1yr lease, $900/mo + $650 dep. 306-9620
2 bd, 1 ba, ch&a, all appls, fenced backyard, Pets Ok. 4347 NW 18th $750mo 714-412-9008 or 405-463-0554
3 bed, 1O bath, large dining area, 2 car garage, large fenced backyard, $800mo + dep. 605-9338
5920 NW 28th 3/1, large yard, WD hookups CH/A $595 Mo / $400 Dep TMS Prop 348-0720
3 bed, 1 bath, 1 car, new carpet & tile $700mo + $500 dep. $15 app fee 5413 S. Linn ¡¡ 623-0139
Village/ Nichols Hills 481.5 House Available Now 2bed, 1ba, Garage, Central heat and air; NO pets; $650 rent, $650 deposit; call 405-249-7496
Mobile Home Rentals 483 Rent to Own: Nice 2&3bd MWC $350&up 390-9777
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tects, 6516 N Olie Ave., medical clinic-office, remodel, $45,000. Four Seasons Sunrooms, 601 Karla Court, residence, add-on, $39,533. Juan L. Orellana, 2943 NW 18, residence, addon, $35,000. Richard Cox, 9818 Prosper Drive, residence, add-on, $35,000. A&P Enterprises LLC, 3308 SE 89, manufactured home, move-onmobile home park, $30,000. A&P Enterprises LLC, 3308 SE 89, manufactured home, move-onmobile home park, $30,000. A&P Enterprises LLC, 3308 SE 89, manufactured home, move-onmobile home park, $30,000. A&P Enterprises LLC, 3308 SE 89, manufactured home, move-onmobile home park, $30,000. A&P Enterprises LLC, 7901 N Council Road, manufactured home, move-on-mobile home park, $30,000. A&P Enterprises LLC, 7901 N Council Road, manufactured home, move-on-mobile home park, $30,000. A&P Enterprises LLC, 1313 Regatta Drive, manufactured home, move-onmobile home park, $30,000. A&P Enterprises LLC, 2001 S MacArthur Blvd., manufactured home, move-on-mobile home park, $30,000. P.G. Adams, 13701 SW 104, barn, erect, $25,000. Steve Price, 3200 Hackberry Road, residence, add-on, $25,000. Carl Mears Corp., 10805 Fountain Blvd., storm shelter, install-
storm shelter, $22,950. Allen Porter, 9118 S Western Ave., business, remodel, $22,662. No name provided, 7300 SW 29, manufacturing, install, $20,000. Bryan Lee, 4444 NW 50, retail sales, remodel, $15,000. 4 Corners Construction LLC, 10028 Velletri Ave., storage, erect, $10,000. Garry Baird, 6101 N Vermont Ave., storage, erect, $10,000. Sam Gresham Architect, 3 E Main, office, add-on, $10,000. Laurie Claus, 2919 N Robinson Ave., residence, add-on, $7,500. Zernco Inc., 6020 SW 3, restaurant, erect, $5,322. The Villas Inc., 2323 NW 59, residence, addon, $5,200. Paul Monroe, 6201 Donna Lane, accessory, erect, $4,900. Robert F. Nowlin, 17432 Golden Hawk Lane, storm shelter, install, $4,895. Shawn Nelson, 8501 NW 114, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $4,595. Jeff Blankenbiller, 2812 SW 138, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $4,000. Bradley Weaver, 19616 Adagio Lane, storage, install-storm shelter, $3,995. Clark Real Estate, 11600 Mill Hollow Court, install-storm shelter, $3,995. Eldon Burns Jr., 11309 Stansbury Place, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $3,995. Julie Giles, 201 Magnolia Blossom Court, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $3,995. Larry Greb, 4416 Western Heights Ave., storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $3,995. Richard Vroman, 704 SW 70, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $3,895. James Doolittle, 16328
REAL ESTATE Morningside Drive, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $3,825. Richard Parish, 17129 Toledo Drive, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $3,750. Stacy Servillon, 12525 SE 74, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $3,450. Daniel Larson, 6400 Westway, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $3,300. Derrick Hager, 2812 NW 169, storm shelter, installstorm shelter, $3,300. Monem Gillan, 16809 Kierland Court, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $3,300. Elizabeth Carter, 12200 Oak Grove Drive, storm shelter, install, $3,295. Lowell and Carol Reed, 10800 Brook Drive, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $3,295. Donald Carter, 3416 Brush Creek Road, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $3,200. Kenneth Gerst, 8041 Brookshire Drive, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $3,200. Tesha Poffinbarger, 1209 NW 187 Circle, storm shelter, install-
storm shelter, $3,200. Vance Valvo, 3624 NE 141 Court, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $3,200. Daron Rose, 10501 Sundance Drive, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $3,100. Francis B. Rainey III, 6412 Ann Arbor Terrace, storm shelter, installstorm shelter, $3,000. Frank Tunstall, 8330 Willow Creek Blvd., storm shelter, installstorm shelter, $3,000. Steve Nye, 2045 NW 45, storm shelter, installstorm shelter, $3,000. Tyler Outdoor Advertising, 4303 N Lincoln Blvd., accessory, install, $3,000. Phyllis Beam, 14212 Valley Forge Lane, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $2,995. Richard W. Foster, 9907 Skylark Road, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $2,995. Thomas Hamilton, 16905 Crest Valley, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $2,995. John Gochenoor, 224 NW 159 Circle, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $2,895.
THE OKLAHOMAN | NEWSOK.COM Cy Cribbs, 9100 Shady Grove Road, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $2,850. James Tilden, 10332 NW 15, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $2,825. Shaun Hanson, 13805 Canterbury Drive, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $2,800. Carol Ducey, 9016 NW 82, storm shelter, installstorm shelter, $2,795. Don Fratarcangeli, 15217 Wilford Way, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $2,795. Gayathri Duriseti, 3425 SW 123, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $2,795. Gordon Vander Veer, 16236 Josiah Place, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $2,795. Rachel Collins, 12500 SW 15 Terrace, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $2,795. Kalen Stoddard, 13201 Hedy Ave., storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $2,750. Erick Chaverri, 9405 Bartlett Drive, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $2,700. Taber Built Homes
LLC, 2332 NW 155, storm shelter, install, $2,600. Jose Valdez, 3927 S Barnes Place, canopycarport, add-on, $2,500. Ideal Homes of Norman LP, 301 Partridge Run Road, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $2,300. Home Creations, 3009 NW 181, temporary building, move-on, $2,000. Manuel Garcia, 1336 N MacArthur Blvd., canopy-carport, add-on, $1,495.
Demolitions Midwest Wrecking, 1015 SW 2, warehouse. Ryan J. Reaves, 2737 NW 22, garage. Estate of Ben Jackson/ Bill Carey, 2521 NE 15, garage. Billâ€™s Hauling, 1112 SE 19, storage. Chism Property, 1621 W Park Place, garage. Correna Pierson, 1901 NW 27, single-family residence. Midwest Wrecking, 2600 Guilford Lane, single-family residence. Circle C, nine permits, 5200 SE 59, manufacturing.