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LISTING OF THE WEEK

HOUSE PLAN

House comes with history

Duplex like a cottage

The Listing of the Week is a renovated home built in 1904 and moved to an acreage in Tuttle just west of town in 2001.

The Philipsburg is a duplex with all the charm, and most of the privacy, of a country cottage.

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PROFESSIONAL WOMEN IN BUILDING HONORS CITY TITLE MANAGER BY DYRINDA TYSON Special Correspondent dyrinda@gmail.com

Picking her way through a buzzing construction site in high heels, Vanessa Shadix doesn’t look like someone who’d prefer to be swinging a hammer. But she is. “I would love to be out there with the hammer,” she said where husband, Mike, a homebuilder, has a house under construction in southern Logan County. “I mean that’s me.” Shadix, 54, has spent most of her life around construction. Her father was a commercial contractor in Shreveport, La., she said, “So I grew up loving, LOVING going to the job sites with him, working with him.” The home taking shape amid stacks of bricks and churning concrete in the Antler Ridge addition just north of the Oklahoma County line sports a sign out front bearing both their names. But the building part these days falls entirely on Mike Shadix. Vanessa Shadix has worked for Old Republic Title Co. of Oklahoma for the past 12 years, catching her footing there as their previous homebuilding company sank out of sight. Homebuilding has always been dear to her, and she is active in the National Association of Home Builders’ Professional Women in Building Council. The organization’s members returned the favor by naming her Member of the Year during a recent conference in Orlando, Fla. Each state gets one nominee, and she topped them all. “I was very honored, very surprised,” she said, “I don’t do it just because of that.” The homebuilding venture, she said, has brought the best out in her and her husband. “He liked doing the foundation and the plans and all that, and I love working with the subcontractors,” she said. “We just had a very good relationship.” The temptation is sometimes strong to go back and work together, she said, “but we just feel so secure.”

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Vanessa Shadix and her husband, Mike, are shown in front of a home Mike is building in the Antler Ridge addition in Deer Creek. Vanessa, agency account manager for Old Republic Title Co. of Oklahoma, recently was honored as Member of the Year by the National Association of Home Builders’ Professional Women in Building Council. PHOTO BY JIM BECKEL, THE OKLAHOMAN

Job was ‘godsend’ Old Republic was American Guaranty when Shadix started work there as a closer. She moved into sales and for the past two years has crisscrossed the state as an agency account manager, talking to title companies about having Old Republic underwrite their title insurance. Title insurance covers a home’s title, as Shadix puts it, from “closing to the end of time” covering everything from forgery to a deed signed by someone incapacitated. “I’ve been very, very fortunate with Old Republic,” Shadix said. “It’s been a godsend to have such a great job.” But back in Louisiana, the builder’s daughter set out to go into architecture at Louisiana Tech.

That was in 1974. It didn’t work out. “They just didn’t want girls,” she said. “So I left there and went to LSU to try to figure out what I was going to do.” She ended up graduating with a degree in psychology. She moved to Oklahoma in 1986 when her first husband accepted a job in Oklahoma City. She was going through a divorce when she and Mike Shadix crossed paths at a dance studio 1989 — she was taking ballroom dancing lessons while he was learning country western. They were married three years later. “What’s hilarious, I think, is that in 16 years we haven’t danced at all,” she said with a laugh. “You know how that goes.”

Staying cautious Mike Shadix worked on a variety of projects after Shadix Homes closed up shop, but he returned to homebuilding full time in about 2005. They both returned to that world wiser, which Vanessa Shadix said kept the 2008 financial meltdown and subsequent mortgage crisis from becoming deja vu all over again. “This time we kind of learned, you know, to be just a lot more cautious,” she said. “We don’t have overhead, and Mike pretty much does everything himself with the exception of how I can help him.” They deploy a small band of trusted tradesmen as well to take

BY STEVE CHAWKINS Los Angeles Times

Bellosguardo is seen from behind a chain-link fence in a view from the adjacent cemetery. MCCLATCHY-TRIBUNE PHOTO

‘Beautiful view’ Perched on a seaside bluff, Bellosguardo — Italian for “beautiful view” — gazes out onto the same stunning panorama that Clark and her guests enjoyed at garden parties in the 1920s. The 23-acre estate is worth at least $100 million. Real estate brokers who specialize in luxury properties say Clark’s representatives have turned away overtures from at least two billionaires. There are rumors — maybe wishful thinking — that Bellosguardo will be given to the city, a school, a charity. Or perhaps it will sit in cloistered grandeur — like its owner — for years to come. Huguette Clark is the daughter of William Andrews Clark, who left behind a Rockefellerscale fortune. Her ex-husband is long gone,

and she doesn’t have children or close relatives. What she does have is an estimated $500 million and advisers who have been accused of mismanaging her wealth for their own gain. Her holdings are baronial. There’s a mansion in New Canaan, Conn., and two apartments — 42 rooms altogether — in one of Fifth Avenue’s swankiest buildings. And then there’s Bellosguardo. Today, a caretaker and a hired landscaping crew maintain the acreage. Long ago, the hillside was humming with 25 full-time gardeners and a large household staff. For a time, cows grazed at Bellosguardo; when the Clarks were elsewhere, fresh Santa Barbara butter was flown to them.

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Fate of centenarian’s seaside estate uncertain SANTA BARBARA, Calif. — If Huguette Clark can remember her younger days, she may fondly recall the Santa Barbara estate where a private railroad car deposited her family every winter. At 104, she may linger on memories of debutante parties and society luncheons, or of musicales featuring the Paganini Quartet, equipped with Stradivarius instruments courtesy of her mother. Then again, she may not remember a thing. She resides at a New York hospital — her home for more than 20 years. By all accounts, it’s been at least half a century since she last set foot in the 22,000square-foot house that for years was tended as if a telegram might at any moment signal Clark’s arrival.

Night gardens have long been considered curiosities. But for people who work during the day, a garden that comes alive as night falls is one they can enjoy at its best. Garden writer Lia Leendertz covers the basics of night gardening in “The Twilight Garden: Creating a Garden That Entrances by Day and Comes Alive at Night.” The book helps readers design a garden that incorporates color, scent, lighting and water, and gives ideas for using that space for entertaining. The book is published by Ball Publishing and sells for $26.95 in hardcover.

‘Idyllic’ times Barbara Hoelscher Doran, who lived in a house on the estate until she was 12, remembers those days well. The daughter of the property’s former manager relishes her memories of Huguette: “She’d call and ask my mother, ‘Can Barbie come over for tea?’ ” On the patio, Doran would take tea, often going home with exquisite dolls, children’s books in French and other gifts from Huguette and Anna. “They were the most lovely, kind, soft-spoken ladies,” said Doran, who, four decades later, manages an interior design business in SEE ESTATE, PAGE 2F

BUILT TO LAST Rocky River Rondack Co. is using plastic to make Adirondack chairs that are virtually maintenance-free. The company said its chairs are designed for durability and comfort. The plastic mimics the look of natural wood but never needs to be sanded, stained, painted or sealed. The chairs can stay outdoors year-round, although they fold to make them easy to store. The chairs come in white or toffee and sell for $369 plus shipping on the company’s website, www. rondackchairs.com. The company also makes ottomans, side tables and childsize Adirondack chairs. MCCLATCHY-TRIBUNE INFORMATION SERVICES

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Estate: Built by mining tycoon FROM PAGE 1F

Montecito, Calif. “It was idyllic; I just didn’t realize it at the time.” Long before Bellosguardo became a little girl’s enchanted playground, it was a bauble for William Andrews Clark — a mining tycoon with a much younger wife, eight children from two marriages and a largerthan-life love of luxury. Already 84 when he acquired the grand home in 1923, Clark was accustomed to the finer things. His main house, on New York’s Fifth Avenue, had 121 rooms, Turkish baths, art galleries and a railroad spur for coal cars. In 1932, Huguette’s mother was adding a wing to the 30-year-old house. When her architect praised her for providing jobs in hard times, she decided to create many more by tearing down the entire home and rebuilding it in a French country style. One of her new workers was Doran’s father, an electrician who managed Bellosguardo until his death 50 years later.

Institutional care Doran lived at Bellosguardo until her parents separated. She summered there as a teenager and, until about 10 years ago, exchanged cordial, if infrequent, notes with Huguette. By then, the frail Clark had left her lavish New York apartment for round-the-clock institutional care. She collected dolls, directing her at-

In this copied photograph taken by Huguette Clark in 1949, Barbara Doran poses at Bellosguardo in Santa Barbara, Calif. MCCLATCHY-TRIBUNE PHOTO

torneys to pick them up at highstakes auctions. According to one report, she negotiated with an antiques dealer only through a closed door. But last year, an investigation by MSNBC.com thrust Clark and her holdings into the limelight. A series of reports suggested that she was being exploited by her longtime attorney, Wallace Bock, and her accountant, Irving Kamsler. As a result, three distant relatives asked a judge to name a guardian for her.

The relatives, whose request was denied, were upset that Kamsler had pleaded guilty to charges of e-mailing pornography to teenage girls. They also questioned Clark’s $1.5million donation to an Israeli settlement where Bock’s daughter lived with her family. In court documents, Bock called the relatives “officious interlopers … with whom Ms. Clark has knowingly and assiduously avoided contact for decades.” Clark’s gift was for the community’s security system, Bock said, reflecting her “continued interest in my daughter and her family’s safety.” Bock did not return phone calls. Kamsler’s attorney, Elizabeth Crotty, said he “has acted both professionally and diligently.” Still, prosecutors are investigating how Clark’s fortune has been handled, according to a New York law enforcement source not authorized to discuss the case publicly.

Hidden mansion In Santa Barbara, Bellosguardo remains, as always, hidden from public view. Doran said she last saw the house about 10 years ago, after writing Huguette for permission. The windows had been opened for her. There were dustcovers on the old furniture, and the double stairway was still adorned in gold leaf. “It could be a museum,” she said. “But it’s too fine. It couldn’t bear that much traffic.” MCCLATCHY-TRIBUNE INFORMATION SERVICES

Builder: Work, charity combined FROM PAGE 1F

care of the details, a trusted painter, for example. But they also deployed a strong sense of reality. “And that was the thing that was pretty sad about the whole deal,” she said. “We both have such positive attitudes, that we knew we could pull it out. This time we were positive with reality checks.” Now with Old Republic anchoring her days, Vanessa Shadix said she confines her homebuilding activities to the off hours. Her husband draws all of his floor plans at home. “And every once in a while I’ll get in there and say, ‘You know what? You really need to put the washing machine on this side,’ ” she said. “You know, just the girl stuff, really.”

‘Functionest’ She said friends describe her and her husband as “the ‘functionest’ people, because I make him go to a lot of functions.” Off hours, between home plans and their beloved Thunder games, Vanessa Shadix works to raise money for a variety of charities — among them The Children’s Center in Bethany, Home Builders Care, a state builders program she said has raised about $500,000 for children’s charities over the past eight years, Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity and Edmond-based Citizens Caring for Children, which aids children in the state’s foster

Vanessa Shadix, right, and Cherie Rich show their support for the Oklahoma City Thunder basketball team. PHOTO PROVIDED

care system. It’s a busy schedule, she said, and offers its share of networking opportunities. “But most of the stuff I do is just because I care about Oklahoma City, and I care about being able to give back,” she said. “We’ve just been really fortunate. So even through the bad times when the company went under, it wasn’t fun. But we’re still very, very lucky.”

HOUSE PLAN

Duplex offers seclusion of cottage The Philipsburg is a duplex with all the charm, and most of the privacy, of a country cottage. Garage walls are the only point of contact between the units, and even the covered patios are completely secluded. The two-story units are mirror images of each other. Slender posts set on wood-framed bases highlight and support an entry porch capped by a lowprofile gable. Wooden siding covers a half-wall that creates another secluded area in the porch section extending from the door to the outer post. Inside, a handy coat closet hides in an alcove hidden behind the front door. The living and dining areas are all of a piece, and open to the kitchen across a raised eating bar. Light washes into the living areas through wide multipane windows on the right. More beams in through a smaller window over the sink. Kitchen counters and cabinets line two walls, plus the peninsular counter-eating bar. A combination utility room and powder room is at the rear, along with access to the covered patio. The patio makes a cozy spot for outdoor dining when the weather is warm. Walled on two sides, it provides some protection from the wind, and could easily be screened if flying insects are a problem in the area. Two bedrooms and a full bathroom with linen storage are upstairs in each of the Philipsburg’s units.

Both bedrooms are expanded by rectangular window bays, which could easily be built as cozy window seats with storage be-

neath. The rear bedroom is slightly larger, as is its closet. For a review plan, including scaled floor

plans, elevations, section and artist’s conception, send $25 to Associated Designs, 1100 Jacobs Drive, Eugene, OR 97402. Please specify the Philipsburg 60-030 and include a return address when ordering. For more information, call (800) 634-0123.

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Home Creations wins award FROM STAFF REPORTS

MOORE — Home Creations has been awarded a 2011 Energy Star Partner of the Year award by the Environmental Protection Agency for its commitment to building all Energy Star-qualified homes. Home Creations received the award in the midsize homebuilder category.

“We’ve built over 2,000 homes since teaming up with Energy Star in 2006,” said Anita Wagoner, marketing and sales director. Home Creations has built 20 percent of all Energy Star-qualified homes in Oklahoma, she said. They have resulted in almost $1 million savings in cooling and heating cost for homeowners, she said.


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LISTING OF THE WEEK

1904 Tuttle home renovated The Listing of the Week is a completely renovated turn-of-the-20th-century home built in 1904 and moved to 3.07 acres in Tuttle from two miles west of town in 2001. The 3,679-square-foot home at 1301 E Rock Creek Road has four bedrooms, two half-baths, three living rooms, two dining rooms and garage parking for four vehicles. The formal living room has a bay window and built-in bookcase. The study has a built-in bookcase and ceiling fan. The family room, upstairs, has a ceiling fan. The formal dining room has a bay window. The kitchen has a work island, pantry and breakfast bar. The master bedroom has a his-and-hers bath and sitting area. The home has a Florida room, workshop, gazebo, pool and hot tub and 1,800 square feet of covered porches with access via French doors around the home. The home is listed for $565,900 with Jami Woodall of Coldwell Banker Select. The owner, a builder who did the renovations, also will sell the

Above: The Listing of the Week is at 1301 E Rock Creek Road in Tuttle. PHOTO PROVIDED

adjacent 2.93 acres. For more information, call 274-2161. Nominations for Listing of the Week are welcome. Send information on single-family homes to The Oklahoma, Richard Mize, P.O. Box 25125, Oklahoma City, OK 73125. Nominations may be faxed to 475-3996.

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IRS gives guidance on canceled mortgage debt WASHINGTON — With hundreds of thousands of homeowners having negotiated loan modifications or short sales or been foreclosed upon during the past year, the Internal Revenue Service has issued fresh guidance on how to handle canceled mortgage debt in the upcoming tax season. It’s a huge issue, widely misunderstood by consumers, and involves potentially billions of dollars of tax liability. When most debts are canceled by a creditor, such as unpaid balances on student loans or credit cards, the forgiven amounts are treated as ordinary, taxable income by the Internal Revenue Code. But under a special exemption adopted by Congress covering distressed home mortgages, many owners can escape the ultimate doublewhammy: Getting kicked while you’re down, hit with extra taxes because your mortgage went seriously delinquent or you lost your house. In its latest guidance, the IRS focuses on several key points owners and former owners need to know. Tops: Just because a lender wrote off a portion of your mortgage debt doesn’t mean you automatically qualify for special tax treatment. There are essential tests you need to pass to qualify: The debt your lender canceled must have been used by you “to buy, build or substantially improve your principal residence.” There’s a lot packed into these words, so it’s important to parse them carefully. Start with the house itself. It can’t be your second home, an investment condo, a weekend retreat or a seasonal home you occupy for less than half the year. It can only be your main residence, and fully documentable as such. Next, the unpaid mortgage balance your lender canceled as part of a modification, short sale or foreclosure cannot have been used for nonqualifying purposes, that is, for something other than acquiring or constructing the house or making capital improvements to it. Refinanced mortgage debt used for kids’ tuitions, vacations, buying cars or paying off credit card bills won’t make the grade. The IRS offers a hypothetical example of how borrowers can mess up chances for tax relief. A taxpayer took out a first mortgage of $800,000 when he purchased his home years ago. Thanks to strong appreciation in property values, the house was soon worth $1 million, and the owner refinanced the mortgage to $850,000.

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The loan balance at the time of the refi was $740,000; the owner used the $110,000 in cash-out proceeds to buy a car and pay off credit card debts. Bad move. A year or two later — presumably well into the recession and housing bust — the home value had plunged to between $700,000 and $750,000. The owner then convinced his bank to allow a short sale for $735,000 and to cancel the remaining $115,000 of unpaid debt. Does the owner get tax relief on the full $115,000 under Congress’ special exemption? No way, according to the IRS. He only escapes income taxes on just $5,000 of the

$115,000 because he spent the other $110,000 on a car and credit card balances — neither of which counts as “qualified principal residence” debt. Greg A. Rosica, a tax partner with accounting giant Ernst & Young, said misunderstandings of the rules about mortgage debt forgiveness are “commonplace.” People often don’t know that “the equity line (money) you used for vacations” and other purposes “just will not qualify” under IRS rules. Taxpayers who walk away from their houses may be liable for taxes, Rosica said in an interview, if at some point the property “no longer was their primary residence” — say they rented it out for the period between their last payment and the foreclosure — effectively converting the house into rental property, not their principal home. The IRS highlighted

some other key points in its guidance: Mortgage cancellation relief is capped at $2 million for singles and married taxpayers, $1 million for married owners filing separately. Anyone who’s had mortgage debt cancellation as part of a loan modification or foreclosure should go to IRS.gov

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and download Form 982 and IRS Publication 4681 for additional filing details. Alternatively they can call (800) TAX-FORM to request copies. Lenders who write off unpaid mortgage balances typically provide borrowers with a year-end IRS form 1099-C cancellation of debt statement, including the amount of the loan

forgiven and the fair market value of the property. If you’ve had mortgage debt canceled but have never received a 1099-C from your lender, get in touch and request it if you want to avoid federal tax hassles. Ken Harney’s e-mail address is kenharney@earthlink.net. WASHINGTON POST WRITERS GROUP


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Are real estate fears disrupting your sleep? Are you in the midst of a real estate housing move and know they can get a transition that involves buying or selling a good deal now worry they’ll make the property? And is the stress of that transi- wrong selection or overpay,” Davis said. tion causing you sleepless nights? Though economic anxieties, including If so, you’re hardly alone real estate concerns, have among Americans, said Sid long been a factor correlatEllen Davis, a longtime real esed with sleeplessness, the tate broker and the author link is now especially James of several books on home strong, said Lawrence EpMartin buying and selling. stein, a physician specializ“Right now the fear facing in sleep at the Harvard tor around real estate is Medical School. huge. And all that anxiety SMART MOVES “Economic problems leads many people to inhave been an enormous somnia,” said Davis, who’s been active in stress for all of us. Of course they’re afthe field since 1984. fecting our sleep, especially in recent He said many homeowners affected by years,” said Epstein, co-author of “The insomnia are those facing an involuntary Harvard Medical School Guide to a Good move due to a job transfer or a threatened Night’s Sleep.” foreclosure. They’re especially prone to Are you having problems sleeping? If sleeplessness if their property lingers on so, these pointers could help: Think of medication as a shortthe market for a prolonged period. But would-be home sellers trying to beat term fix only. Colleen Carney, co-author of “Quiet foreclosure or make a long distance move aren’t the only ones with sleepless nights. Your Mind and Get to Sleep,” has no ob“Homebuyers worried about making a jection to the short-term use of sleep aids. mistake on their purchase can also lose For example, they could be appropriate sleep over the selection of a property. for those in the midst of a stressful homeEven people who really want to make a buying transition.

But Carney cautions that the use of sleep medications for more than two or three months can be counterproductive and actually hinder the efforts of insomniacs to obtain sounder sleep. Give yourself a period of relaxation before bedtime. People aren’t programmed to downshift suddenly from an excited or stressful state of mind to the kind of relaxation that’s conducive to a sound sleep. For that reason, Carney recommends that those suffering from insomnia give themselves a “buffer period” before going to bed. “You need at least an hour to wind down,” said Carney, who’s been involved in sleep research for more than 15 years. During your buffer period, try to avoid work-related activities or discussions that could provoke worry or anxiety. Avoid using electronic devices in your bedroom. It’s no secret that the computer is a primary source of real estate information for those heading into the purchase or sale of a property. But using the computer for this or any other purpose can be counterproductive to restful sleep, especially for people prone to insomnia, Carney said.

She and other specialists say an increasing number of people are hindering their prospects for good sleep by bringing electronic devices into bed with them. Use a written guide to help you set a helpful sleep schedule. Sleep experts say the most effective ways to deal with insomnia involve behavioral changes that can’t be accomplished overnight. They require sustained effort over time. Because it can take weeks to reverse sleep habits, sleep experts recommend use of a sleep log. “The idea is to track your sleep habits until you can change them in constructive ways,” Carney said. Have a support system in place. Carney urges those with financial issues to seek help through cognitive therapy. This method helps patients modify their actions and beliefs in search of constructive solutions to their problems. “When you’re faced with such problems, it’s very important to have a support structure to deal with the underlying issues,” she said.

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Permits Oklahoma City

Smith & Pickel Construction, 6001 N Western Ave., shell building, erect, $10,000,000. Smith & Pickel Construction, 3817 Northwest Expressway, office, remodel, $3,000,000. Smith & Pickel Construction, 11935 S Interstate 44 Service Road, officewarehouse, erect, $3,000,000. Coury Construction, 1615 S Mustang Road, supplement, supplement, $1,300,000. Larry Russell Homes, 1300 NW 158, residence, erect, $1,000,000. J.E. Dunn Construction, 4300 W Memorial Road, hospital, remodel, $885,354. J.E. Dunn Construction, 4300 W Memorial Road, hospital, remodel, $614,616. McCaleb Homes Inc., 13201 Rock Canyon Road, residence, erect, $427,720. Benjamine W Sellers, 3616 S Anderson Road, residence, erect, $350,000. Eric Cheatham Construction Co., 3108 SW 131, residence, erect, $332,000. Justice Homes Inc., 15324 Meadow Vista Drive, residence, erect, $330,000. Aaron Tatum Custom Homes LLC, 3404 SW 126, residence, erect, $320,000. Neal McGee Homes Inc., 16205

James Thomas Court, residence, erect, $319,900. Neal McGee Homes Inc., 16225 Dustin Lane, residence, erect, $309,900. Jason Powers Homes, 9731 Coldstream Lane, residence, erect, $300,000. Johnston Builders, 9120 N Kelley Ave., shell building, erect, $300,000. Blackledge & Associates Architects, 1401 SW 89, apartment, erect, $296,000. Blackledge & Associates Architects, 1401 SW 89, apartment, erect, $296,000. J. Hill Homes Inc., 9712 SW 35, residence, erect, $269,000. Gary Owens Carpet & Construction Inc., 8601 SW 107, residence, erect, $260,000. Onpoint Construction, 7833 SW 85 Circle, residence, erect, $260,000. 4 Corners Construction LLC, 14408 Willow Reed Drive, residence, erect, $255,000. Oklahoma Diamond Group LLC, 9708 SW 34, residence, erect, $250,000. Real Property Construction, 6416 NE 105, erect, erect, $250,000. Smith & Pickel Construction, 755 Research Parkway, office, remodel, $250,000. 4 Corners Construction LLC, 14408 Almond Valley Drive, residence, erect, $245,000. 4 Corners Construction LLC, 5809 SE 144, residence, erect, $245,000. 4 Corners Construction LLC, 14308 Almond Valley Drive, residence, erect, $244,000.

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Permits FROM PAGE 6F 4 Corners Construction LLC, 5717 SE 142, residence, erect, $244,000. 4 Corners Construction LLC, 15109 SE 58, residence, erect, $235,000. Jason Powers Homes, 8620 NW 113 Court, residence, erect, $235,000. Manchester Elite Homes LLC, 14633 Paddington Ave., residence, erect, $232,650. Baer Hall Homes, 17205 Prado Drive, residence, erect, $230,000. First Star Homes, doing business as Turner & Son Homes, 17501 Sparrowhawk Lane, residence, erect, $220,000. Davenport Homes LLC, 18701 Chestnut Oak Drive, residence, erect, $205,000. Owens (Ray) Homes LLC, 17304 Clove Hill Place, residence, erect, $202,000. Elite Construction, 9817 SW 28, residence, erect, $200,000. Owens (Ray) Homes LLC, 17304 Grove Hill Terrace, residence, erect, $200,000. The RLA Co. Inc., 7305 Noah Parkway, residence, erect, $200,000. 2k Country Homes LLC, 9201 Megans Way, residence, erect, $199,000. Manchester Elite Homes LLC, 14424 Paddington Ave., residence, erect, $198,550. Remington Builders Inc., 13317 Ambleside Drive, residence, erect, $198,000. R&R Homes LLC, 13109 NW 1, residence, erect, $195,800. 2k Country Homes LLC, 9141 Megans Way, residence, erect, $190,000. Authentic Custom Homes LLC, 17317 Ridgewood Drive, residence, erect, $190,000. Heartland Homes LLC, 17512 Black Hawk Drive, residence, erect, $189,835. W.R. Moore Brokerage Inc., 5117 SW 124 Place, residence, erect, $180,000. Bradbury Homes Inc., 12109 SW 13, residence, erect, $175,500. Heartland Homes LLC, 17520 Black Hawk Drive, residence, erect, $174,846. Griffin Homes LLC, 11212 SW 37 Court, residence, erect, $165,000. Ideal Homes of Norman LP, 2412 NW 180, residence, erect, $164,000. Mashburn Faires Homes LLC, 3200 SW 139, residence, erect, $159,000. Laporte Enterprises LLC, 14727 SE 75, residence, erect, $150,000. Wilson Chacko Custom Homes, 725 Abilene Way, residence, erect, $150,000. Hollingsworth Enterprises LLC, 9332 SW 25, residence, erect, $140,000. D.R. Horton, 16220 Wynchase Drive, residence, erect, $136,100. Mashburn Faires Homes LLC, 2704 SW 96 Court, residence, erect,

$135,000. D.R. Horton, 9712 Squire Lane, residence, erect, $134,700. D.R. Horton, 9612 Squire Lane, residence, erect, $134,700. Mashburn Faires Homes LLC, 3117 SW 139, residence, erect, $134,000. Westpoint Homes, 5912 NW 158, residence, erect, $130,000. Oklahoma Diamond Group LLC, 8104 Westwood Lane, residence, erect, $125,000. Leonhardt Enterprises Inc., 8105 Woodbend Lane, residence, erect, $123,500. Leonhardt Enterprises Inc., 5109 SE 79, residence, erect, $123,500. Ideal Homes of Norman LP, 2413 SW 138, residence, erect, $118,000. D.R. Horton, 9805 Summerhill Lane, residence, erect, $117,300. Precision Style Homes, 12109 SW 12, residence, erect, $115,000. Michael Cooper, 1901 Northwest Expressway, retail sales, remodel, $115,000. Harbor Homes, 300 SW 170, residence, erect, $110,000. Harbor Homes, 17305 Aragon Lane, residence, erect, $110,000. Nashert Constructors, 916 NW 49, residence, fire restoration, $110,000. Ideal Homes of Norman LP, 2409 NW 186, residence, erect, $103,000. Cargill Animal Nutrition, 2100 S Robinson Ave., manufacturing, addon, $100,000. Lippert Brothers, 500 W Main, pedestrian walkway, remodel, $100,000. John Deere, 3100 N Meridian Ave., church, remodel, $100,000. Home Creations, 15808 Crane Way, residence, erect, $98,300. D.R. Horton, 11117 SW 41 Place, residence, erect, $92,600. D.R. Horton, 2324 NW 154, residence, erect, $81,100. Central Oklahoma Habitat For Humanity, 8529 N Lindsay Ave., residence, erect, $80,000. Central Oklahoma Habitat For Humanity, 8549 Durland Way, residence, erect, $80,000. Central Oklahoma Habitat For Humanity, 629 SE 26, residence, erect, $80,000. Home Creations, 19808 Adagio Lane, residence, erect, $77,500. Home Creations, 921 Denmark, residence, erect, $77,200. Ideal Homes of Norman LP, 1828 NW 146 Terrace, residence, erect, $76,000. Ideal Homes of Norman LP, 18612 Andalucia Drive, residence, erect, $74,000. Abel Homes, 13921 Oxford Drive, residence, erect, $70,000. Ideal Homes of Norman LP, 15504 Calm Wind Drive, residence, erect, $69,000. Joyner Construction Co., 817 N Cemetery Road, assembly hall, remodel, $64,820. Robert Blevins, 4004 NW 44, residence, add-on, $52,500. Brett Johnson, 815 N Hudson Ave., restaurant, remodel, $50,000. SMC Consulting Engineers, 5920 S Western Ave., retail sales, remodel, $50,000. SMC Consulting Engineers, 5900

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Open Houses 334.2

HUD OWNED. 3bd 1.5ba 2car, brick, CH/A $76,560 Arlene CB 414-8753

PIEDMONT OPEN SAT 2-4 & SUN 2-5. Model home. New hms on 1/2 ac lots. Info also available for new hms in other additions. From NW Expwy & Sara Rd go 4.5 mi N Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494.

MWC

OKC Northeast

323

For Sale, OBO 4500 N Terry Ave, 3/2/2, 1347 sq ft, $72,500; 2119 Hardin Drive, 3/2, 1426 sf, $55,000; Emery Realty, 405-921-6606.

Acreage For Sale

OKC Northwest 302

Move Your Mobile Hm FREE Properties located in NW/SW/SE(Moore)/ MWC/Choctaw Call for Details No App Fee 405.326.5728 1N to 10A, E. of OKC, pay out dn. before 1st pmt. starts, many are M/H ready over 400 choices, lg trees, some with ponds, TERMS Milburn o/a 275-1695 paulmilburnacreages.com PRIME BUILDING SITES -PIEDMONT Eastwind Estates II, 3/4 and 1 Acre lots, Priced from $38,900 Leon 373-4820 OVERLAND EX REALTY OWNER FINANCING 1-28 Acres Many Locations Call for maps 405-273-5777 www.property4sale.com Payout dn pmt before 1st pmt starts. Your opportunity to own land, 40 areas, E, NE, SE of OKC 1N A. Milburn o/a 275-1695 terms 400 Acres, Excellent Hunting land, 15 mi E. of Wilburton, OK. $498/per acre. ¡‘¡ 573-896-8667 Call for Maps! See why we sell more acreages than anyone in Okla. E of OKC. o/a 275-1695 80 ac SE of T-Bird Lake, big trees, spring, turkey, deer, 360-6586 590-4367 Close in Noble. 10 Acres owner carry or discount for cash. 226-2015 Nice 5 ac in country cash or owner will finance. 360-6586 or 590-4367

Farms, Ranches For Sale, Okla. 308 Logan County Farm (80 acres) East of Guthrie Almost entirely wooded w/ creek. N/2 NE/4 of Sec. 34, 17N, 1 E; 2 3/4 miles N of Hwy 105 on Dobbs Rd. Go see for yourself. Hunter's dream. Prospective Buyers Only call Jeff @405.282.5355 or 405.833.3187.

RE for sale Edmond

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ADORABLE 3bd 2ba approx 1465' lots of updates, brand new roof! Only $124,900 Carmen 833-0106 Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494

FORECLOSURES 72, 1-4bds start @ $48,000 Patrick @Allied 740-6616

MWC

317

Lovely custom built 3/2/2 home, super large living area, great location, skylights, mint condition. Price reduced for quick sale! $119,900 Fidelity RE 410-4300, 692-1661

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» 2 bed 1 bath, $39,500, 1300 NW 82nd, AS IS! No Owner Carry. » 3 bed, 1 bath, 1004 N. Quapah Ave. $25,000. AS IS. No Owner Carry. » 2 bed, 1 ba, 1827 NW 41st St. $35,000, AS IS, NO OWNER CARRY. 820-9958 3/2/2, FP, office/media room, PC Schools, must see! 5929 NW 71st, $129,900, $3K closing assistance, 330-1880. 2 bed, 1 bath, Fireplace, hdwd floors, lg. lot w/trees. 1152 sf $118K 701 NW 49th. 848-6227

FORECLOSURES 171, 1-4bds start @ $18,074 Patrick @Allied 740-6616

BANK OWNED 3/1.5/2 brk 1410sf, Western Heights, $54,900ArleneCB 414-8753 3724 NW 16th St. Must See! Vintage,Perfect Cond Linda 210-3717 Metro 1st

OKC Southwest

326

Just Reduced $6000! Nice 3bd 2 living (or 4th bed) ch/a, nice area, only $79,900 Fidelity RE 410-4300, 692-1661 OWNER FINANCING $2000 down No Credit Ck 1504 Johnston 3/1 $61K ¡ 596-4599 410-8840 ¡ SELLER FINANCE. 3/2/1, 2 liv/din, fence, 1972sf, $55K ArleneCB 414-8753 OWNER FINANCE. 3bed 1 bath ch&a, 1432 SW 37th $73K 413-8020

Piedmont

327

PIEDMONT OPEN SAT 2-4 & SUN 2-5. Model home. New hms on 1/2 ac lots. Info also available for new hms in other additions. From NW Expwy & Sara Rd go 4.5 mi N Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494. NEW HOME on 1/2 ac MOL corner lot 3bd 2ba + office 3 car tandem gar approx 1830' $175,600 Carmen 833-0106 Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494 NORTHWOOD LAKE ESTATES 13057 Oakhill Dr. 4 Bd, 3K Ba, 2 Din, office + Gameroom. Lg Lot, Built in 2006. $315K Leon 373-4820 Overland Express Realty

Yukon

330

YUKON OPEN SUN 2-4 1312 Dawn Ave in Sunrise Hills. 3/2/3 w/ approx 1791' Must See! $159,900. Carmen 833-0106 Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494 JUST LISTED 3/2/3 w/approx 1791' amazing home won't last long! $159,900 Carmen 833-0106 Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494

Lots For Sale 337 Ext. Garage + Land 127 SE 35th. SALE! $4,995 ¡ 405-230-7343

Mobile Home Parks Community /Acreages 338 Move Your Mobile Hm FREE Properties located in NW/SW/SE(Moore)/ MWC/Choctaw Call for Details No App Fee 405.326.5728

Mobile Homes, Manufactured Houses 339 Huge clearance sale!! Special Program. Own Land/Family Land ZERO down. Financing avail. for most everyone. Turnkey, we do it all. 1000 Furniture package w/purchase. Free Phone Application/ EASY.WAC 888-878-2971 405-204-4163 $5000 Towards Your DREAM HOME! + $100 lot rent for 6 months, expires 2/28 Call for Details, Some Conditions Apply No App Fee~405.326.5728 $5000 Towards Your DREAM HOME! Properties located in SW/NW/SE/MWC/ Choctaw. Good Schools, Call for Details No App Fee~405.326.5728 2X YOUR TAX REFUND Use your refund as your down & we will DOUBLE IT (SEE RULES) Bring us your w-2’s and we'll do your taxes 405-787-5004 thcok.com $$$ Do you think you cannot qualify for a new mobile home? Think again!! Free phone application YES YOU CAN! 405-631-7600 As Low as $1250 Down Buys a NEW 2 bd Mobile Hm $550/mo. in Quiet Park No App Fee Call for Details 405.326.5728 Abandoned D/W set up w/ 4.5 acres. Brick foundation, driveway &all improvements Read to move in. WAC 405-631-7600 405-635-4338 ’ $281mo. ’ Refurbed doublewide ready NOW! 3 bd/Island/ Decks/Shop/Fence 405-470-1330 REPO! REPO! REPO! 3bd Vinyl Sided/Shingle/ 2x6 walls. Free del/set, Financing available @$335mo. 405-787-4035 Huge Dbl Wide, w/ FP, island, ch&a & 2 decks $16,500 obo 405-549-6779 ZERO DOWN with your trade-in!! w.a.c. 1-866-764-3200 Repo 28x56 Solitaire 918-617-7742 Repo 28x84 Solitaire 301-2454, 517-5000 Rent to Own: Nice 2&3bd MWC $350&up 390-9777 2bd 1ba $14,900. Delivered to you 301-2454, 517-5000

W Reno Ave., retail sales, remodel, $50,000. James Martin, 6410 N May Ave., shell building, remodel, $48,000. Brad Edgar, 315 E Sheridan Ave., club-tavern, remodel, $40,000. Brian L. Dick, 15001 SE 44, residence, add-on, $40,000. No name provided, 1901 Northwest Expressway, retail sales, remodel, $35,000. Nolen Young, 3709 Wimberley Creek Drive, residence, remodel, $30,000. GP Construction LLC, 10201 Timber Valley Drive, storage, erect, $28,000. Lippert Brothers, 105 N Hudson Ave., pedestrian walkway, remodel, $25,000. Lippert Brothers, 420 W Main, pedestrian walkway, remodel, $25,000. Ben Drew, 6217 S Triple X Road, storage, erect, $25,000. Hoyer LLC, 720 SE 11, residence, fire restoration, $24,520. Champion Window Co., 10112 Fawn Trace Road, residence, add-on, $22,680. Wade Braxton, 18308 Hogback Road, residence, add-on, $18,000. Ralph H. Brock Jr., 4809 S Post Road, accessory, erect, $15,000. William G. Paul, 13017 Burnt Oak Road, residence, add-on, $15,000. TLD Enterprises LLC, 1404 SE 19, automotive sales, erect, $10,000. No name provided, 9120 N Kelley Ave., business, remodel, $10,000. Rodolfo Balderas, 1208 SW 25, residence, add-on, $10,000. A/C Solutions, 5004 S Eastern Ave., manufactured home, move-onmobile home park, $8,000. A/C Solutions, 14 permits at 4800 Foster Road, manufactured home, move-on-mobile home park, $8,000. A/C Solutions, 5004 S Eastern Ave., manufactured home, move-onmobile home park, $8,000. No name provided, 9021 SW 33, cabana-gazebo, erect, $8,000. Charley Pettenridge, 1521 SW 134 Terrace, residence, remodel, $7,000. Jose Ramos, 4340 NW 16 Terrace, canopy-carport, add-on, $5,500. Julie Arnold, 15825 Manning Drive, canopy-carport, add-on, $5,300. Lippert Brothers, 629 W Main, pedestrian walkway, remodel, $5,000. Lippert Brothers, 517 W Main, pedestrian walkway, remodel, $5,000. Structural Systems of OKC, 501 S Mustang Road, retail sales, remodel, $5,000. Smartsafe Enterprises, 2505 SW 123, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $4,795. Ground Zero Shelter, 905 Vickery Ave., storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $4,000. Jason Byrd, 12005 N Shartel Ave., residence, install-storm shelter, $4,000. Bill McTernan, 10101 SE 54, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $4,000. Elva Velasquez, 10404 Casa Linda, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $3,995. Jeff Cowee, 2704 SE 97, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $3,850. Brenda Quinonez, 4116 Apollo Drive, manufactured home, move-

Real Estate Auctions

342

90 Acres

1 hour West of OKC will be sold at auction on March 26. Offered in 6 tracts ranging from 5 to 12 acres and a larger 42 acre parcel. NO MINIMUMS! NO RESERVES! Tremendous Location, High Visibility, Easy Access w/I-40 Frontage. Visit Website OR Call entzauction.com UC Entz Auction at Hydro, OK. 405-663-2200

Real Estate Notices

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I BUY HOUSES Any condition. No cost to U 495-5100

Vacation Property For Sale 347 TENKILLER LAKE, NEW 3 bed, 3 ba, oversized 2 car garage, private entry gate, walk to Pine Cove Marina, 1 acre wooded. $275,000. 918-747-5551. Texoma Lake - Lakefront Home at Soldier Creek with Boat house plus 30' boat slip. 580-230-2200

Commercial RE Business Property For Sale 351 6009 NW Expressway, OKC (W of MacArthur) 34,643 sf (mol) & annex building is 1,692sf (mol). Zoned C-3 Commercial, 4.39 acres (mol). Provides 200+ paved parking spaces. Direct access to NW Expressway. Asking Price $1,850,000 Call Rick Harper 341-6093

Industrial Property For Rent 361 Perfect facility for a trucking company available in SE OKC near interstate. Office, mechanics shop, up to 40 acres rocked secure yard for parking or storing. Call 405-834-3174 or 405-823-8440. For Rent 2325 SE 9th OKC 2400 sq ft bldg, 3 phase electric, zoned light industrial. 479-597-6870

Office Space For Rent

363

Car Lot or Garage For Sale See at 301 SW 59, Okc $159,900. 631-7947 or 219-9985

Investment Property For Sale 355 Several Mortgage notes for sale, 8%-12% Interest paid, 4plex near OCU $169K -6units hrdwd flrs $225K Seabrooke Rlty 409-7779 Nichols Hills Duplex’s on Avondale, we have 3 for sale. Choice location. All rented, 405-409-7779 Seabrooke Realty

Business Property For Rent 360 Multi-Office Suite: 3 NE 8th Conf. Rm, Kitchen, Reception, Priv. Ofc, Equip. Rm- 2908’ Combo Office /Storage 855’ Java Dave’s Storage (405) 290-7552 Small Business/Storage 1250sqft, 28Wx50L, 14x14 O/H door, $500 month. 89th St. & I-35 S. OKC, 631-4447

on-mobile home park, $3,700. Flatsafe Tornado Shelters, 10300 Fawn Trail Road, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $3,250. Smartsafe Enterprises, 10432 Black Oaks Drive, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $3,200. Smartsafe Enterprises, 13116 NW 91, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $3,200. Jennifer Kreisel, 9104 Ians Place, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $3,200. Jerrod Idleman, 6401 SE 160, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $3,100. Cedar Built USA, 3105 SW 140, accessory, erect, $3,000. Chacko Puliyampallil, 13317 SW 4 Terrace, storm shelter, installstorm shelter, $2,800. Eddie Henry, 3233 Sahoma Trail, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $2,795. Smartsafe Enterprises, 5109 Sunnydale Drive, storm shelter, in-

OKC Northwest

431

$200 off

1 & 2 BEDROOMS Furnished & Unfurnished NEWLY REMODELED GATED COMMUNITY

stall-storm shelter, $2,500. John Wright, 12300 Park Ave., restaurant, add-on, $2,500. Biggs Backhoe & Trucking, 15812 Brenner Pass, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $2,450. Lee Boggs, 1306 Valley View Drive, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $2,414. June C. Kelley, 2301 NW 43, canopy-carport, add-on, $2,200. Raymond Moeder, 6312 Whispering Grove Drive, storm shelter, install-storm shelter, $2,100. Erin Allegre, 12817 S Luther Road, manufactured home, moveon, $1,700. Irene Barrios, 3149 SW 39, canopy-carport, add-on, $1,396. Roman Silva, 3025 SW 19, residence, add-on, $1,000. Old World Plaza LLC, 501 S Mustang Road, retail sales, remodel, $1,000.

OKC Southwest

GREAT Space OFFICE Various NW locations MOVE IN SPECIALS 300-6000sf 946-2516

OFFICE SPACE available. » Limited Time Only » $6 per ft. utilities paid. 3801 NW 63rd. 640-8206 Offices for RENT 2400 NW 23rd Str OKC All bills paid. 405-231-1911 3450 SW 29 office w/auditorium 7000sf $1190 mo. 525-6671 1, 2 & 3-Room Offices $175 & up ‘ 50th & N Lincoln area 235-8080

Warehouse Space For Rent 363.5 K Office, K Warehouse for lease. Various sizes. 221 W Wilshire 842-7300

CAVE CREEK ON ROCKWELL

$99 SPECIAL Lg 1bdr, stove, refrig., clean, walk to shops. $325 mo. 632-9849

495-2000

Furnished/Unfurnished Bills Paid » Wkly/Monthly Wes Chase Apts, Elk Horn Apts, Hillcrest 943-1818

3037 North Rockwell

$100 off

First Month’s Rent LARGE TOWNHOMES & APARTMENTS • Washer, Dryers, pools • PC Schools, fireplaces

$99 Move In Special!!! Lg 1 and 2 Bdr, $325 to $395 mo. 632-9849

Williamsburg Yukon 787-1620 “ Find your POT OF “ “ GOLD at Gateway “ 2 & 3 bedrooms Starting at $599/mo $150 Deposit Special OFHA & OCHA accepted. “ “ Gateway Apts. ““

405-478-3260

Walford Apts-Midtown518 NW 12th 1bd 1ba Studio 700sf, all electric, $600/mo $475/dp OR basement studio $425mo $325/dp Large 1 bed 1 bath 1100sf washer & dryer conn $900/mo $700/dep 409-7989

$200 OFF

Washer/Dryers, Fireplaces PC Schools-Townhouses

PARKLANE

8100 N. MacArthur Blvd. »»» 721-5455 »»» Florence Apts-Midtown1bd 1ba Studio 600sf, Granite Counter tops, wood floors, CH/A, All Elect, Free laundry $650 $400 dep. 409-7989 $98 First Month 18 Floor Plans 416-5259 Wilshire Village Soon to be Tuscany Village $149 First Month Your Choice, any apartment ALL BILLS PAID 293-3693 Drexel on the Park Plaza Apts 1740 NW 17 1 bed 1 bath wood floors $475/mo $250dp Downstairs $450/mo $225dp 409-7989 no sec8

Apartments

1419K NW 17th 2bd 1ba wood floors, 1200sf, $575 mo, $250 dep, 409-7989 no sec 8

421.5

Furnished/Unfurnished Bills Paid » Wkly/Monthly Wes Chase Apts, Elk Horn Apts, Hillcrest 943-1818

1 room efficiency, furnished, $92/wk, pay for some handy work with drivers license, 672-0877.

MAYFAIR 50th/May 1/2bd W/D hdwd flr quiet secure ngbrhd No sec 8 947-5665

Del City

Edmond

422

TOP LOCATION! Pd. wtr/garb. Near malls. Try Plaza East 341-4813

MWC

424

1 & 2 BEDROOMS, QUIET! Covered Parking Great Schools! 732-1122 $200 OFF RENT 1 & 2 bedrooms. Spring Tree Apartments. 405-737-8172.

Moore

425

Sharp 1bd spacious apt 112K SE 1st only $375 Fidelity410-4300, 692-1661

433

1 Beds, D&S Apts, 6101 S Klein Ave., ch&a. No Sec 8. No Pets. 631-2383

7301 NW 23rd

Business Retreat Property Relaxation, birding, hunting on 40 acres of wooded bluff adjoining N. OK Corp of Engineer Lake. Lodge, lg cabin, lg caretaker home. All 3br, 2ba, ch/a, FP's, decks, completely furnished. Maintenance equip stays. Caretaker available. $600,000. Call 316-321-1596 for viewing, information.

Commercial Property For Sale

SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 2011

» MOVE IN SPECIAL » LARGE 1, 2 & 3 BEDS Rockwell Arms, 787-1423 MAYFAIR 50th/May 1/2bd W/D hdwd flr quiet secure ngbrhd No sec 8 947-5665 3400 N Robinson 1bd 1ba $425/mo $200/dep 850sf free laundry 409-7989 Nice & Peaceful 1 Bed, 2404 Reeves, upstairs No Sec 8 $450, 370-0278

1 Month Free!

Large 2bd Casady 751-8088 1bd 1ba $295-325 Stove, fridge garage405-625-7600 •ABC• Affordable, Bug free, Clean » 787-7212» 800 N. Meridian 1bd All bills paid 946-9506

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»»»»»»»»»»»»» » Yukon All Bills Paid » » 1 bd From $495 Move» » 2 bd From $595 In» » 3 bd From $695 Today» » Open7days/wk354-5855 » »»»»»»»»»»»»

Condominiums, Townhouses For Rent 441 Normandie Condo 2bd 2ba $700mo $500dep 1000sf all elec 409-7989 no sec 8 Hemingway Condo, 1bd, 1ba, appls, FP, newly remod. No pets 348-3500

Duplexes MWC

446

Midwest City 3 BR, 2 bath with gameroom $750 + $500 deposit. Call 889-9272. Sec. 8 apprvd.

Moore

447

2/1/1 with fireplace, ch&a, $550 per month, $400 deposit, 691-0611.

OKC Northwest

453

2623 NW 50 2bd 2ba 1car 1100sf $1000/mo $800dp Amazing Granite Counter tops fireplace wood floors 409-7989 7603 NW113 Pl 2/2/1 ch&a fncd, new remd, all appl, no sec 8 $700+dp 301-4695 Nice lrg. 1bd liv frml din. appls, 3 c. fans, 1714 N Villa. $420. 301-5979 7100 Michelle Ln. near NW 13 & Rockwell. 2/2/2 $625, $500dep. 360-0809 GREENS 2liv/2story/FP 3/2/2 4045 Thunderbird Dr Appt. only $950. 843-5853

OKC Southwest

455

2 bed, stove & refrig, bills paid, No pets. $600 mo + dep. Call 232-9704

Yukon

460

Duplexes, 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 car, some new, some gated, call Rick, 405-830-3789.

Garage Apartments

461

OKC SW 1bd, stove & refrig, bills paid, No pets. $450 mo + dep. 232-9704

Hotels/Motels 462 Furnished/Unfurnished Bills Paid » Wkly/Monthly Wes Chase Apts, Elk Horn Apts, Hillcrest 943-1818

RE for rent Del City

465.5

2416 Eagle Dr. 3 bd, 1 ba $700/mo • 3629 SE 27th 2bd, 1 ba, $625/mo. CH&A, No pets, 973-5890 3108 Dentwood Terrace 3bd 1ba 1car $650 681-7272 3328 Dentwood 3/1.5/1 No Pets $600 Giles Ent. 670-4833 O/B 3bd 2ba 2car fp 1440sf $900 Home&RanchRlty 794-7777

Demolitions

Midwest Wrecking, 620 NE 8, fire station. Marvin Tharasena, 1200 NW 31, residence. K&M Dirt Services LLC, 220 S Harvey Ave., business. K&M Dirt Services LLC, 5604 Lacue, residence. Kendall Concrete, 1240 NW 2, residence. Kendall Concrete, 2220 NE 16 Terrace, storage. Midwest Wrecking, 5500 N Brookline Ave., car dealer. Midwest Wrecking, 5301 N May Ave., car dealer. Ray’s Trucking, 4005 Smith Drive, residence. Ray’s Trucking, 4005 Smith Drive, residence. Ray’s Trucking, 4005 Smith Drive, residence. Ray’s Trucking, 4005 Smith Drive, residence. Ben Drew, 6217 S Triple X Road, storage.

OKC Northwest

475

3729 NW 33rd, 2/1/1, fenced yard, ch&a, $600 plus deposit, 528-1452, no section 8.

Nice 3b 2b 2c FP W/D hk ups ch&a Moore schls no pets $750mo 503-5742

Elegant 3BR Executive Home. Marble, granite. Rare, never rented, 2300sf $1645 255-4300

466

2 Homes Available! IntegrityOklahoma.com 2 bed condo and 4 bed home! call 283-6521

2+Acres-Horses 3 Bed+Office, 2Ba, CH/A, Edmond Schools Available 4/1. 740-6723

6021 NW 58th Terr 3bed 2bath 1car, PC Schools, $1100/mo, $1100/dep 1600sf 409-7989 no sec 8

4bd 2liv 3car 2600 Brenton HOA pool & ponds. Nice $1750mo 590-0304

1418 NW 49th, 2 bed, 1 bath, 1 car, appls, W/D hookup, CH&A. 501-6570

468

4308 Meadowpark Dr 3/1.5/garage converted to living $725 1300 McDonald Dr 3bd 1bath 1car $550 681-7272 3200 N. Idylwild remodeled, 4bd, 2bd, 2 car, central heat & air, $900/mo 405-670-2132 1316 McGregor 3bdsec8$550 FLESHMANS INC 235-5473 or 314-3551 3 bed, 1K ba, 2 car, sec 8 ok, near NE 12 & Douglas $650+$650dep 818-5360 Rent to Own: Nice 2&3bd MWC $350&up 390-9777 1408 Sandra 2bd 1ba $550 732-3411

Moore

469

Rent, Rent to Own605-5477 2bd from $395-595 3bd from $450-895 4bd from $595-995 housesforrentofokc.com 1412 SW 24th St, 4/3/2, 2-story, fenced $1200 + dep. 285-0305, 823-6550 1817 Bel Aire 4bd 2bath 2-car $1100 mo + dep Home&RanchRlty 794-7777

OKC Northeast

474

2301 N Hood, 3bd, 1 bath $525/month 408-5836

OKC Northwest

475

7616 NW 27 3/2/2 $1095 5911 N Ross 3/2.5/2 $1095 1820 NW 32 3/1/2 $825 1412 NW 22 1/1 $350 Express Realty 844-6101 www.expressrealtyok.com 3017 NW 29, large 2bd home, 1O ba, oversized detached garage, new carpet, only $650 Fidelity 410-4300, 692-1661 3347 NW 12 3bd 1bath 1239sf, fridge, stove, wood & carpet floors $725/mo $500/dp 409-7989 no sec 8 2717 W Park Pl, Large 2bed brick home 1 car detached garage, clean, fenced, $550 mo Fidelity 410-4300, 692-1661 Rent, Rent to Own605-5477 2bd from $395-595 3bd from $450-895 4bd from $595-995 housesforrentofokc.com

477

Moore Schls 1232 SW 93 Fenced corner lot. 3 bd 2 ba 2 car garage, FP $995 + dep. ¡ 213-3975

3 bed, 2 bath, 2 car gar, fenced, new carpet & wood floors, 521 W. 7th $950+deposit. 341-8755

MWC

OKC Southwest

1000 NW 45th 2bd $425 220 NW 90 3bd Sec8 $550 3953 NW 28th 3bd $650 FLESHMANS INC 235-5473 or 314-3551

3409 N. Shartel 2bd 1.5ba 1200sf, $750 mo, $500 dep, Fridge & Stove, 409-7989 no sec 8

Edmond

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50th & N May area, 2 bed, 1 bath, 1 car garage, $650. 340-5800 NW 86th & Western 3bd 1ba No Sec 8, $625/mo+ $500dep 789-4525 lv msg Sharp 3410 Cameron Ct. 2/2/1 all appls no pet JW Rlty 755-2510 $695 723 NW 25th, 5 bd, 2 ba, ch&a, w/d hu, $985 mo, $600 dep, 850-9795. Nice Exec. 3/2/2 hw flrs, walkin closets, huge pantry & FP $1100+dep 823-7118 716 NW 88th, 2bd, 1 ba, 1car, ch&a, wd hkp $585 /mo. $400/dep. 850-9795 Sec. 8 ok, 3bd, 1.5ba, 2c, 8300 NW 10th #134. Rent+$600dep, 414-2578 437 NW 91 3/1.5/1 $595 681-7272

OKC Southeast

476

343 SE 49th Large 2bd home on corner lot, ch/a, clean, fenced front & back, only $550 Fidelity 410-4300, 692-1661 Rent, Rent to Own605-5477 2bd from $395-595 3bd from $450-895 4bd from $595-995 housesforrentofokc.com 5 Homes for Rent! integrityoklahoma.com 283-6521. 3 and 4 bedroom homes Sec 8 ok 3bd, 1.5ba, 2c, appls, 4709 Creekwood Dr. Rent+$600 dp 414-2578 4721 SE 50 3/1.5/2 $700 681-7272

OKC Southwest

477

New Rivendell Exec Home 408-4168 Luxury indoor pool & spa Fully equip'd media & wrkout rooms $5100/mo Openhouseok.com Rent, Rent to Own605-5477 2bd from $395-595 3bd from $450-895 4bd from $595-995 housesforrentofokc.com 629 SW 50th Super sharp 2bd brick home 1 car attached garage, ch/a, only $650 Fidelity 410-4300, 692-1661 2 bd, 1 ba, ch&a, w&d, $575, huge rms, s8 okay, 2137 SW 48th, no pets, ownr, 794-0928/642-4116

Sec 8. 2 bd, 1 ba total electric, 2440 SW Grand Blvd. 405-414-7450. Rent To Own/Lease: 2/2 Townhome, W/D hkup, A/C, $500/mo 919-6827 2 bed, 1 bath, ch&a, fenced, $650 mo, $400 dep, call Dave, 691-0611 S. Stults 2/1/1 Very nice new carpet, ch&a. NO Pets. $575+dep 650-9684 633 SW 33rd 2/1 $350 1424 SW 24 1bd dplx $350 681-7272 Large 2 bed, carport, corner lot, No pets. $600 mo + dep. Call 232-9704

Yukon

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4/2/2 brick, fenced yard, 2 blocks to school & park, no pets. $900 + dep. 354-6418

Mobile Home Rentals 483 $ FREE RENT 1ST MO $ » FOR SALE OR RENT» 2BR $350+, 3BR $450+, MWC NO PETS 427-0627 3 bd, 2 ba, Nicoma Park, large fenced yard, $500+$250 dep, 769-2328


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