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Let the sun in

Room to grow

It’s not possible to look at the Solano’s tile roof, stucco walls and exterior with all those windows without thinking of sunshine.

The Listing of the Week is a large home with elaborate gardens and landscaping on a 1.4-acre wooded lot in southeast Edmond.




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BEDROOM TALK Take the time to get a feel for how you really want to live in your bedroom. After all, it’s one of the most important spaces in your new home. PAGE 3F


Tom Pollard, owner of TLP Custom Homes, stands in front of the feature home he built at 1113 Ryan Road in Moore’s Rock Creek addition for the Southwest Showcase of Homes, which runs today through Sept. 19. PHOTO BY PAUL B. SOUTHERLAND, THE OKLAHOMAN


MOORE — Tom Pollard has spent this summer, triple-digit temps and all, cozied up next to a fireplace. But don’t commit him just yet. It’s an outdoor fireplace, and it accentuates the warm feel of the feature home built by Pollard’s TLP Custom Homes for the Southwest Showcase of Homes. The annual event is today through Sept. 19 and showcases 40 new homes in 24 subdivisions in the southwest Oklahoma City metro area, said Marvin Haworth, Southwest Home Builders Association board member and owner of Marvin Haworth

Homes. The homes will be open free to the public from 1 to 7 p.m. each day. (Photos and information about the homes can be found inside this section.) Pollard’s featured home, at 1113 Ryan Road in Moore’s Rock Creek addition, is a 2,612-squarefoot, three-bedroom, 2½-bath layout. Rock Creek is off SE Fourth between Bryant and Sunnylane. Pollard described the open-design, split-floor home as “traditional” with a “unique elevation and floor plan.” With popular finish features such as stucco and red-framed windows, it’s “a little different” from the homes that surround it, he said. The home, with a threecar garage, upstairs media room and custom-fin-

ished master suite, is offered at $294,000. Pollard said the outdoor fireplace is a feature he’s including in about 40 percent of the homes he builds now. Another feature that he said has been in demand, and which Pollard has included in the Showcase project home, is hard-surface flooring. “More and more homeowners are steering towards some kind of (tile or hardwood) flooring and away from carpet if possiSEE SHOWCASE, PAGE 2F

The front door of the Moore feature home by TLP Custom Homes in the Southwest Showcase of Homes.



Homes can sell in any season With two kids nearing kinderPhipps, president-elect of the garten age, a sales manager National Association of Realtors, yearned to move his family to the said that for more than two years upscale neighborhood where he many prospective home sellers grew up. But for several years he have stood on the sidelines, waitand his wife, a teacher, were torn ing for the real estate market to staabout the idea of bilize. But now selling their modest “they’re finally Colonial home to flipping the switch, Ellen pave the way for a selling their houses James new purchase. and taking back Martin The problem was control of their that the couple’s lives.” property was Phipps said that somewhat under- SMART MOVES until recent weeks water, meaning many home sellers their mortgage balhave waited in vain ance was slightly higher than the for clear signals that the U.S. econhome’s value. But recently they did omy and the real estate market the math and realized that trading have fully stabilized. But at this up would work in their favor. point, he said, “They realize that all Though they had to write a check real estate is local and that what’s to sell their modest home, they got happening in their own communia bigger discount on their new ty is more relevant than national place in the fancier area. market trends.” “I call these people strategic After months of indecision, if home sellers. They take a more rea- you’ve made a firm decision to put soned and less emotional view of your house on the market this fall their housing options,” said Ronald or winter, then these pointers Phipps, the real estate broker who could prove helpful: Realize you can have a suclisted the couple’s home.

Following a sharp drop in the months immediately after expiration of a tax credit for homebuyers, national pending home sales have modestly risen, according to the National Association of Realtors. The Pending Home Sales Index rose 5.2 percent to 79.4 based on contracts signed in July from a downwardly revised 75.5 in June, but remains 19.1 percent below July 2009 when it was 98.1. The data reflects contracts and not closings, which normally occur with a lag time of one or two months. Lawrence Yun, the Realtors’ chief economist, cautioned that there would be a long recovery process, although “improved affordability conditions should help with a recovery.”

cessful sale in any season. Perhaps you regret missing the traditional high point of the homeselling season, which runs from spring through early summer. You might think your house could have fetched more money then, when more prospects were out looking. But Phipps said, “The date when you sell is less critical than the price and the ratio of supply to demand in your neighborhood.” Granted, there are fewer wouldbe buyers looking for property during the later months of the year. But he said those searching during this period are mostly serious buyers who often need to move due to a job change or another compelling reason. Don’t fret about making your kids move during the school year. Many parents hold back on selling their home during the late fall or winter months because they fear their kids will have a hard time making a midyear switch to a new school. But William Bainbridge, president of the SchoolMatch Institute (, which

produces comparative information on public and private schools, said students who make a midyear change often fare better than those who move in the summer. One reason is that midyear switchers are typically showered with attention from teachers and classmates. In contrast, those who start a new school in the fall typically receive less academic and social support, Bainbridge said. Don’t be afraid of seasonal decor when selling during the holiday season. But Phipps said homeowners who seek to sell during the winter holiday season, from Thanksgiving through New Year’s, need not fear decor that’s suitable for the season. “Actually, seasonal wreaths and other generic holiday decorations give buyers a warmer, more comforting and embracing feeling when they walk into your house. This could help sell the place,” he said.

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Marvin Haworth, board member of the Southwest Home Builders, and Tom Pollard of TLP Custom Homes show the entry of the home that Poillard built at 1113 Ryan Road in Moore as one of two feature homes for the Southwest Showcase of Homes today through Sept. 19. PHOTO BY PAUL B. SOUTHERLAND, THE OKLAHOMAN

Showcase: 40 new homes featured FROM PAGE 1F

ble,” especially in hightraffic areas, Pollard said. Energy efficiency was a major concern in the home’s design, with foam and fiberglass insulation pumping the walls up to an R-19 value and protecting the attic with an R-40 value. Two separate 14-SEER heat and air systems will provide “a lot more comfort between the upstairs and downstairs,” Pollard said. Those features, along with vinyl, low-E windows, mean the home’s buyer should expect “big energy savings and a higher comfort level immediately,” Pollard said. Haworth said all the Showcase homes reflect current trends and demands of the market. This year, he said, “Market trends seem to be larger-footage houses with fewer amenities or smaller homes loaded with amenities.” In addition to Pollard’s featured home, the Southwest Showcase of Homes is highlighting a project house at 12616 Olivine Terrace in Oklahoma City’s Rockport addition, built by John Baxter of JB Homes LLC. Rockport is off S Portland Avenue between SW 119 and SW 134. Haworth said he expected a good turnout for the weeklong Showcase despite the slowdown in home sales. The lowest interest rates in 50 years means there is still “a reasonable amount of buyers,” he said.

The large L-shaped island is the only boundary in the the kitchen in the feature home by TLP Custom Homes. PHOTO BY PAUL B. SOUTHERLAND, THE OKLAHOMAN

The walk-in master closet in the feature home at 1113 Ryan Road is loaded with storage space. PHOTO BY PAUL B. SOUTHERLAND, THE OKLAHOMAN

Right: A step-in shower and double vanity are features of the master bath in the Moore feature home built by Tom Pollard for the Southwest Showcase of Homes.

A fountain water feature is near the front porch of the feature home at 1113 Ryan Road in the Rock Creek addition in Moore.



Prudential Alliance adds four associates Prudential Alliance Realty has added four residential real estate sales associates to its Oklahoma City-area sales force. Miranda Roberts has joined the company’s office at 4101NW 122. She is an Oklahoma City native and a graduate of Putnam City High School. She is a member of the National Honor Society. Vivian Housh has joined the company’s office at 3400 N Mustang Road in Yukon. She has sold homes in seven states. She has lived in the Yukon area for the past 31 years. Paula Samsel and Angela Glover have joined the company’s office at

Miranda Roberts

Vivian Housh

1500 SW 104. Samsel has lived in the metro area for 44 years and previously worked with Prudential Alli-

Paula Samsel

Angela Glover

ance Realty. Glover comes with previous real estate experience and also has worked as a hair stylist.




Headboard hunt delays room’s finish DEAR MI-LING: We moved into our your masterpiece. new house four months ago. We bought Take the time to get a feel for how you new furniture for the whole house and really want to live in that space. After decorated all the rooms except our bedall, your bedroom is one of the most room. We kept our dressers because they important spaces in your new home. were in good shape, so Here are a couple of ideas I painted them white to to help you find just the give a fresh look. headboard: Mi-Ling right Now I’m looking for Consider buying a headStone a used antique-looking board from an unpainted Poole headboard to complete store and then paint and the room. I have not distress the piece yourself — bought pictures, lamps that way you’ll get the look ASK MI-LING and a mirror for my you want at a great price. dresser because I am I have found some wonstuck on this headboard. I do not want derful pieces of furniture in the scratch to spend a lot of money because I know I and dent rooms or a backroom sale area can find what I need in garage sales and of my favorite high-end furniture and used furniture stores. I am a licensed department stores. decorator but could use some help. Since you’re looking for a distressed My house is rustic and beach-style, headboard, a few dings won’t make a but I also have a few antiques. Please huge difference, and oftentimes a piece help me. can be easily repaired. At least you will Natalie G. have a great-quality piece. DEAR NATALIE: As a decorator, you Good luck on your hunt. are used to getting everything just perNow go out and create your own fect for your clients. But Rome wasn’t unique comfort zone! built in a day. Take a few breaths and If you have a decorating dilemma, contact Mi-Ling Stone Poole just relax. Don’t be in a hurry to create through her website, www. Mi-


Home offers room to grow The Listing of the Week is a large house with elaborate gardens and landscaping on a 1.4-acre wooded lot in southeast Edmond. The 3,993-square-foot house has four bedrooms, 3½ baths, two living rooms, three dining areas and an attached three-car garage. The main living room is sunken with a fireplace and wet bar. The kitchen has a cathedral ceiling, eating space and center island. The master bedroom has a skylight and bath with double vanities. Recent updates include custom wood shutters, hand-scraped wood floors, tile floors, many windows and granite counter tops. An upstairs bedroom has a kitchenette and could be for a caregiver, teen or could be a media room. There is a decorative pond, covered patio and open deck, security system and underground sprinkler. Built in 1985, it is listed

The Listing of the Week is at 12401 Dutch Forest Place in southeast Edmond. PHOTO PROVIDED

for $490,000 with Dawn Davis-Rutledge of RE/ MAX First. Open house is from 2 to 4 p.m. today and Sunday. From Bryant Avenue and NE 122, go east to Dutch Forest Place and then north to the house. 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.


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Solano’s Mediterranean style welcomes the sun It’s not possible to look at the Solano’s tile roof, stucco walls and exterior with all those windows without thinking of sunshine. High arched windows on every exterior wall of this contemporary Mediterranean-style home add drama, inside and out, while capturing light from every possible angle. In the front, stucco columns with arched openings separate the driveway from a lushly planted entry courtyard. Stately columns flank the lofty gabled entryway. Viewed from the rear, the Solano is equally attractive. The exterior of the hexagonal great room, graced by high-arched multipane windows on three sides, has a panoramic view. A patio adds to the effect, wrapping around the entire back expanse. The spacious country kitchen is open to the vaulted great room, with only an eating bar between. Other amenities include generous counter and cupboard space, a step-in pantry, built-in range and oven, and an additional oven and microwave combination. At the juncture of kitchen and great room, an open stairwell spirals up to a wide vaulted loft that is open to the great room at the rear and the entryway in front. It has a sloping ceiling with storage access on two sides. To convert this space to a cozy library retreat, simply bring in some bookshelves and a couple of easy chairs. Bedrooms are located at opposite ends of the Solano. The sumptuous owners’ suite features two

Associate joins Paradigm Lisa Stockton has joined Paradigm AdvantEdge Real Estate, 16301 N May Ave., as a residential real estate sales associate. Stockton has been selling real estate in the metro area for four years. She has lived here for 14 years, and studied business at Warner Southern University in Florida. Previously, she worked in retail sales.

walk-in closets, spa tub, skylights, shower, private water closet and twin vanities. The other two bedrooms each have their own bathroom. Utilities are convenient to these bedrooms as well as the garage. 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 Solano 11-005 and include a return address when ordering. For more information, call (800) 634-0123.




Soffit vents help provide ventilation Q: My house has a continuous ridge vent in the attic and two gable vents (one on each end of the attic). However, it has no soffit vents at all. I’d like to install some but I’m not sure what kind are best. Is it bad to have more ventilation at the eaves than at the ridge? Any tips are appreciated. A: For the typical attic, ventilation is achieved by installing a series of low vents along the eaves or soffits of the roof, and a series of high vents along the roof’s ridge or gable ends. Since the air in the attic is warmer at the ridge than it is at the eaves, the natural upward movement of the warmed air creates a current of moving air. The low vents act as air intake vents and the upper ones act as exhaust vents — lower temperature air is drawn in through the low vents, pushing the higher temperature air out the high vents. Without the low ventilation, as is the case of your attic, you are dependent solely on wind pressure to move air in through one of the high vents and out through the other, which doesn’t work very well. You want to use a ratio of approximately 1 square foot of ventilation area for every 300 square feet of attic area, including attached garages. That ventilation should be equally divided between high and low vents. So, simply divide the square footage of your attic by 300 to get the total amount of ventilation required, then divide that number by 2 to determine approximately how much should be high and how much should be low. Ideally, you want to keep the amount of high and low ventilation roughly equal, and you also want to keep the low vents roughly balanced on each side of the house. In other words, don’t put all the low vents on one side and none on the other. However, as long as you install the correct total amount of ventilation required for the entire attic, if you have a little more low than high it won’t matter. The type of soffit vents to use depends on the construction of your house. If you have open soffits, where you can look up and see the underside of the roof sheathing, you can remove some of the solid wood blocks between the rafters and replace them with screened eave vents. If you have a closed soffit, which means the underside of the rafters are covered, you need to cut a slot through the soffit and install long continuous soffit vents, of which there are several types on

Paul Bianchina HANDY @ HOME the market. And in addition to the new vents, make sure all your exhaust fans are vented to the outside to prevent moisture problems in the future. Q: We have two fairly new appliances (dishwasher and convectionmicrowave) that are bisque (color). Our present stove is bisque and the fridge has wood panels on the doors to match the cabinets. I have found a fridge and stove in bisque but now am beginning to wonder if the way to go is with stainless steel. Will the bisque “date” the house? Merillat cabinets (the brand we now have) do have bisque laminate cabinets, but then I’m thinking everything bisque may be way over the top. This is the part I hate about doing anything in the house — too many decisions! A: I definitely sympathize. Too many decisions, and a lot of them, especially when you’re dealing with the kitchen, can be quite expensive. As such, you need to make your decisions based on what’s practical and affordable, not just on what’s currently popular. Discarding perfectly good appliances doesn’t make any sense. Stainless-steel appliances are hot, and have been for several years. I suspect they’ll remain so for quite awhile, since they look classy and blend well with a wide variety of cabinets, counters and flooring. Black appliances tend to do the same thing, and while they’re not now a hot trend, they tend to remain relatively popular year after year. Bisque will probably date the house to some degree, but it’s such a neutral color that I don’t think it would be a huge turnoff to a potential buyer. One thing I would strongly recommend against is bisque cabinets! As you mention, that would be way over the top. What’s now popular in the way of cabinets is neutral, softer-grained woods such as maple and alder. Finally, try not to get too stressed. Don’t look at too many options. After a while it all gets confusing and overwhelming, and it takes the fun and excitement out of remodeling. Remodeling and repair questions? E-mail Paul Bianchina at All product reviews are based on the author’s actual testing of free review samples provided by the manufacturers. INMAN NEWS

Paradigm AdvantEdge adds associate Chona Baker has joined the Paradigm AdvantEdge Sooner Road office, 5601 SE 67, as a residential real estate sales associate. She has an MBA from

Oklahoma Christian University and previously had a real estate license in California for six years. She has been licensed in Oklahoma for four years.






Inspector doesn’t meet inspection DEAR BARRY: I am a Realtor with 10 years under my belt. I’ve attended hundreds of home inspections and have worked with dozens of home inspectors who are thorough, professional and reliable, who provide accurate disclosure, without whitewashing the truth or going overboard with negative comments. But last week, I watched a home inspector literally overwhelm the buyers with a multitude of things that “could go wrong in the future,” comments that were not based on what was but what could possibly happen. Besides this, comments in his report turned out to be inaccurate. For example, he said the roof rafters were not reinforced with collar ties. This turned out to be untrue. And he said there was mold on the roof rafters. This, in fact, was lumberyard mildew, commonly found on new wood framing. I don’t mind a deal falling through because of genuine defects, but this was entirely unjustified. Could you please share your thoughts about this? Lisa DEAR LISA: It is always disappointing to hear of home inspectors who perform their work in ways that are inappropriate and unprofessional. Excessive examples such as this are


unusual, but they do exist. They cause financial damage to individuals, and they damage the public perception of the home inspection profession. If this inspector is an affiliate member of your Realtor board, perhaps there is a complaint process whereby he would be obliged to appear and to answer specific questions regarding the alleged errors in his recent inspection and report. If he is a member of an established home inspection association, such as the American Society of Home Inspectors, the National Association of Home Inspectors or a recognized state association, it might be possible to file a complaint in that venue. Another thing you can do is to send the inspector a letter, specifically listing the details of your complaint, with signatures from both agents and both brokers in the transaction. If he realizes that he has incurred the displeasure of two local real estate offices, he might reconsider the ways that he conducts his business.

DEAR BARRY: The home we are buying has a garage that was converted to a bedroom, bathroom and laundry room. The sellers disclosed that this was done without a building permit. We’re worried about what the building department might do if they discover this nonpermitted conversion. What do you recommend? Mike DEAR MIKE: Consult the local building department to learn its official position regarding unpermitted garage conversions. Municipal agencies have different policies in this regard. Some building departments are busy and tend to look the other way; some are very strict and actively enforce violations; some only take action when they receive a complaint from an unhappy neighbor; some allow garages to be converted with a permit; and others do not allow garage conversions under any circumstances. Above all, you don’t want the city ordering you to restore the garage after you’ve taken possession of the property. Undoing a conversion of that kind could cost thousands of dollars. Before proceeding with the purchase, find out where you stand with the authorities. To write to Barry Stone, visit him on the Web at ACCESS MEDIA GROUP

Associate joins company’s south office Linda Lane has joined Paradigm AdvantEdge’s south office at 1530 SW 119 as a residential real estate sales associate. Previously, she was office manager for Bell Chemical Co. before becoming a licensed real es-

tate agent and Realtor 13 years ago. She earned several sales achievement awards from her previous brokerage and is working toward the Senior Real Estate Specialist professional designation.

Linda Lane

Paradigm AdvantEdge office has new manager Dawn Krencicki has been hired as office manager for the Paradigm AdvantEdge Sooner Road office at 5601 SE 67. She is a licensed real estate sales associate and has been selling real estate in the metro area for the past four years.

Previously, she worked in administration for legal, mortgage and petroleum firms. She also is owner and operator of a small business that researches and recreates authentic historical costumes.










































Loan program aids deals on foreclosed houses WASHINGTON — If you fit the profile — typically buyers with little cash on hand or small-scale investors looking for a deal on a foreclosed house — a little-publicized national lending program could be what you need this fall. Here’s what it offers: Minimal down payments: 3 percent for buyers who plan to live in the house, 10 percent for investors. Most of your down payment can come from documented gifts from relatives or others with no direct connection to the transaction. No requirement for an appraisal on the property unless you’re applying for additional money to renovate the house. This is crucial because lowball appraisals can be deal killers, especially when the house needs cosmetic or other repairs. Generous “seller contribution” limits of up to 6 percent of the price, effectively reducing the cash you’ll need to pay closing costs.

No requirement for mortgage those houses, is willing to finance insurance coverage, despite the their transfer to new owners, and high loan-to-value ratio. has come up with a program it Credit score calls HomePath to do so. In reminimum of 660, cent weeks, compared to the HomePath loans 700-plus scores have been rolled Kenneth out many lenders dethrough Harney mand for convenmortgage brokers tional loans on faand a network of vorable terms. 50 lenders, so it’s Maximum probably available loan amounts tied THE NATION’S HOUSING in your area. to standard conThe basics: ventional loan limits: $729,750 in HomePath is restricted to Fannie the highest-cost markets, Mae foreclosure holdings. The $625,500 in others, and $417,000 listings can be viewed by state at everywhere else. ParticiWho is offering such an un- pating real estate brokers are listusual package of come-ons in an ed; Fannie Mae will only entertain era of stringent underwriting re- offers that come through those quirements? It’s Fannie Mae, the brokers. mortgage investment giant that Most properties are open to got into trouble when the housing bids from owner-occupant bubble burst and is bleeding red buyers and investors, but some ink under federal conservator- designated “First Look” are reship. Fannie is saddled with a served for bids from owner-ocportfolio of tens of thousands of cupants during the first 15 days foreclosed homes. It needs to sell after listing.

There are two main options with HomePath: mortgage financing to buy the house “as is”; and “renovation” financing, where Fannie loans additional amounts for “light to moderate” fix-ups, such as a roof repair or replacing a heat-and-air system. Standard HomePath listings are in “move-in condition,” according to Fannie. That is, the company has inspected them, performed at least cosmetic repairs as needed and determined them to be structurally sound with no code violations and all systems in working order. Listings eligible for renovation financing generally require some work to be funded through addon amounts to the mortgage that are held in escrow by the lender after closing and disbursed as repairs are completed during the succeeding six months. Maximum rehab amount is $30,000 or 20 percent of the projected “as completed” value of the house. Interest rates on both options

are slightly higher than prevailing conventional or FHA-insured loan rates. Peter Boutell, coowner of Santa Cruz Home Finance in California, said that in mid-August, when 30-year fixed rates on owner-occupied home loans dropped to 4 3/8 percent, applicants making less than 20 percent down payments were required to pay mortgage insurance premiums that pushed their effective rate to about 4 7/8 percent. At that time, HomePath loans with 5 percent down payments were available at 5 1/8 percent. Are there potential downsides to HomePath? Yes. Though Fannie Mae said it owns foreclosed houses in a wide variety of neighborhoods, mortgage brokers say they are more likely to be found in lower- to moderate-priced areas that took deeper hits when the housing market unraveled. E-mail Ken Harney at WASHINGTON POST WRITERS GROUP



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Del City


OKC Northwest


Open Sunday 2-4 2237 NW 52nd-Belle Isle 1233 sf, 3/2/1, CHA, $106,900 call 850-6000 OWNER FINANCING $2000 down No Credit Ck 2133 Cashion 2/1 $58,000 ¡¡ 410-8840 ¡¡ 5900 NW 72nd St, 1627 sf, 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 living, 2 dining, 2 car garage, $134,000, 405-641-3331. OWNER CARRY, 3bed, 1 bath, 1 car, ch&a, remodeled, $4K down, 1157 NW 81st, 348-2108. 2506 NW 20 Renov 4/2K /2 4621 NW 33 Terr Renov 4/2K /2 » 503-5057 2609 NW 30th 3/1/1 1315sf 2-story, wood flrs needs TLC $65K 227-5515 1449 NW 99 » 417-2176

OKC Southeast


Extra cute 2bd 1.5ba, ch/a, 2-car gar, only $51,500 Fidelity 692-1661 New & Remodeled Home 1340 SE 41st. 3bed, 1ba, 59,500 Michael 245-4008 FSBO, 3 bed, 1O bath, 2 car, 2 liv, fp, alarm, exc cond, $78,900, 824-4309.

OKC Southwest


2740 SW 46th Pl, 2/3bd, 1ba, 1 gar/carport, 1900 sf, call 405-370-9241

4005 Corbett • 473-3247



NEW HOME on 1/2 ac MOL $190,000-$216,000 still time to pick colors & fixtures Sara Rd & NW 164th. Call Marian for more info 850-7654 Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494


Beautiful 3 bed 3.5 ba 3 car garage on 1.5 acres. Great location. Possible owner carry. No bank qualifying »» 413-2711. 4/2/3 $184,000, 2048 sf Storm shelter, sprinklers (405)476.8207 Photos at



Tuttle/ Newcastle



Rural Blanchard - 1920's 2-story, 4 bed, 4 ba, 1.7 ac, barn, $275K 485-3200

dence, erect, $152,000. Dodson Custom Homes LLC, 9028 NW 82, residence, erect, $138,600. Dub Stone Construction Co., 21330 SE 103, residence, erect, $135,000. Jeff Click Homes LLC, 2224 NW 172, residence, erect, $130,000. Dodson Custom Homes LLC, 9016 NW 83, residence, erect, $127,400. Jersey Mike’s Subs, 6401 Northwest Expressway, restaurant, remodel, $125,000. Lenell Cheatham, 7800 N Post Road, manufactured home, move-on, $120,000. Leonhardt Enterprises Inc., 5108 SE 79, residence, erect, $119,000. Leonhardt Enterprises Inc., 5113 SE 79, residence, erect, $119,000. Jacobs Engineering Group, 1123 NE Grand Blvd., parking, install, $110,000. Barbour & Short Construction, 4801 NW 16, school, remodel, $100,000. Ideal Homes of Norman LP, 18404 Agua Drive, residence, erect, $97,000. Home Creations, 12012 SW 10, residence, erect, $90,700. Dodson Custom Homes LLC, 2208 NW 195, residence, erect, $88,500. Quality Construction, 3109 Somerset Place, residence, add-on, $80,000. Ideal Homes of Norman LP, 2612 Fountaingrass Road, residence, erect, $77,000.

Mobile Home Parks Community /Acreages 338 We'll PAY to have YOUR Home moved to any one of Our parks. Conditions apply Call 326-5728 for Details Want FREE lot rent? Call for more info. Conditions apply 405-326-5728

Mobile Homes, Manufactured Houses 339 Price Reduced! New 3bd/2ba Mobile Homes already on land located in Shawnee, Prague, Cromwell & Harrah Owner Financing Woodlake Properties 405-273-5777 Special Program Own Land/ Family Land use land to get new home. Quick & E-Z Program. We do it all for you. 1000 furniture package with purchase 888-878-2971 405-204-4163 Repo or New Land/Home Packages set up on 1 to 5 acres. Quick & E-Z. Call for Details. 888-878-2971 405-635-4338 Guaranteed Approval Own your own land, YOU'RE APPROVED 787-5004 Inventory Clearance 20% discount on Stock Homes. We have every size you need 787-4035 4 bd 2 ba on 1.5 acres close to Waterloo & I-35 820-8330 Deal of a Lifetime 3bd, Vinyl sided, Shingle roof $19,900 FREE del/set 405-470-1330 4/2 Bath set up w/2.5 Acres. Call for Details 888-878-2971 405-413-7257 3/2 Bath set up in quiet park. Ready to move in. 405-631-7600 405-602-4526 Mobile Home ¡ $6500 2-3 bed, 2 full baths 604-6973 or 642-8401

OWNER FINANCING $2000 down. no credit ck 522 E Douglas Dr $49K »» 410-8840 »»

Village/ Nichols Hills 329.5

3bd 2ba DW on acreage w/pond. Less than $500 mo, WAC 631-3609


Nic. Hills Lease/purchase 2762 sf. Beautiful 4 bed 3 bath $249K 409-7877

DW on Acreage, 4 Bed/ 2Bath, 2350 sq ft, 2 car garage ¡ 405-412-6236


7+ acres. Come build your dream home or land can be subdivided. $125,000 Call for details Fidelity 692-1661 EXECUTIVE HOME Gated community Owner Financing 405-641-0124 3201 Red Rock Dr, Moore The Falls 2bed 2ba 1866 $188,500 Call401.0551



Updated 3/2.5/2 1720sf, .42acres, 24x30 shop w/elec $115KArlene CB 414-8753

OKC Northeast


Family Home


$5,000 Opening Bid Tues. Sept. 21st 6:30 pm 725 Musgrave Blvd. OKC Open Houses: Sept. 12th & 19th 918/639-7653 Bid Loud Auctions Keller Williams Realty 9620 NE 46 • 417-2176

OKC Northwest


Sharp Spacious 4bed 2-story home, great area, large dry basement (can double for storm cellar), new carpet, fresh paint ch/a Seller will pay all of buyer's closing costs $99,750. Fidelity RE 692-1661, 417-1963



MUSTANG SCHOOLS 208 Woodgate Dr remodeled tile & laminate flr 3 bd 2 ba approx 1269' $120,000 Marian 850-7654 Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494 Lovely home in Yukon 805 Vickery Ave. 3bd/2bth/2gar 1678 sqft $159,000 405-410-8001

Industrial Property


40-160 ac Auction 9/18 Marble City, deer, turkey! 972-567-5249

14x80, 3bd, 2b, $2100. 14x50, 2bd, 1b, $1500. Guthrie no title 513-4601 Repos 3x2 starting $19,900 Del. 301-2454/517-5000 2200 sf 4x2, Newcastle 301-2454/517-5000 Repo 10 acres 2200 sf, E of City. 301-2454/517-5000

Real Estate Notices


DO NOT Call Unless… Foreclosure/Behind Paymt Overleveraged/Repairs Call/Web

Lots For Sale 337

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

Lake Texoma lot, Oakview Addition. $6500. 580-504-3040


Mobile Home Parks Community /Acreages 338


Manager Special! Get it while its hot!! let us help you with your mobile home moving costs. Yukon Schools call for details 821-0297/495-1463 BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL! Free month's rent in. No application fee. wac Yukon schools 3bd/2 bath. All electric. Going fast. Call 787-0136 or 495.1463

Real Estate Wanted



SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2010 $50,000. Mustang Construction, 3409 N Military Ave., duplex, fire restoration, $50,000. Mustang Construction, 3411 N Military, duplex, fire restoration, $50,000. Newport Cos., 15220 N Western Ave., business, remodel, $50,000. Caf Construction LLC, 2612 SW 44, residence, add-on, $43,500. Formed Construction LLC, 5840 N Classen Blvd., retail sales, remodel, $40,000. Turnage Construction Inc., 10000 Olde Tuscany Road, storage, erect, $40,000. Gunner Baker, 16701 S Midwest Blvd., manufactured home, move-on, $38,000. William Bert Cooper, 12817 Plum Hollow Drive, accessory, add-on, $36,000. Huddleston Construction Co. LLC, 16809 Kierland Court, residence, add-on, $35,000. Natalie and Michael Stuck, 2500 NW 31, residence, remodel, $30,000. Quality Renovations LLC, 4829 N May Ave., restaurant, remodel, $30,000. Todd Cantrell, 3704 N Western Ave., retail sales, add-on, $30,000. Southwest Builders, 8509 NW 106, residence, add-on, $29,000. Kinser Construction, 2616 S Vermont Ave., office, remodel, $25,000. Price Edwards & Co., 6601 Broadway Extension, office, remodel,

Central Oklahoma Habitat For Humanity, 524 SE 26 Circle, residence, erect, $75,000. Central Oklahoma Habitat For Humanity, 8500 N Phillips Ave., residence, erect, $75,000. Central Oklahoma Habitat For Humanity, 8532 N Lindsay Ave., residence, erect, $75,000. Central Oklahoma Habitat For Humanity, 8504 N Phillips Ave., residence, erect, $75,000. Central Oklahoma Habitat For Humanity, 8573 Durland Way, residence, erect, $75,000. Central Oklahoma Habitat For Humanity, 701 NE 85, residence, erect, $75,000. Central Oklahoma Habitat For Humanity, 617 NE 85, residence, erect, $75,000. Central Oklahoma Habitat For Humanity, 8517 Hurst Court, residence, erect, $75,000. HSE Architects, 4221 S Western Ave., medical clinic-office, remodel, $73,500. Specialty Construction Services LLC, 204 N Robinson Ave., shell building, remodel, $70,000. J&R Construction, 4004 NW 44, accessory, erect, $60,000. Ideal Homes Of Norman LP, 1625 NW 143, residence, erect, $57,000. HSE Architects, 4221 S Western Ave., medical clinic-office, remodel, $50,500. Mendez Construction, 12 W Memorial Road, retail sales, remodel,

Vacation Property For Sale 347

OKC Northwest

OWNER FINANCE 2blocks to boat ramp, 2 br, mobile home REMODELED on 2 private lots. 918-429-6650

MAYFAIR GARDENS Historic Area! Secure, wash /dry hardwd flrs 947-5665 $199 MOVE IN SPECIAL 2BED Townhomes $599 Windsor Village 943-9665

Lakefront Mobile Home Lake Tenkiller, 3 bed, 2 bath, Cute & Clean $27,000 918-671-7158

Mesta Park 804 NW 21 2bd 1ba 1000sf $625/mo $400dp 409-7989 no sec8

Commercial RE Established Business For Sale New Bricktown Convenience Store. next to the New Hampton Hotel. Established 2.5 years. Average sales $200K, Asking $150k obo. Lease $1000 mo. For more info call Mike 414-4049. Owner of well established western Oklahoma contract manufacturer wishes to retire. $4.5 million annual revenue, $700K profit. » 918-748-7995 »

Investment Property For Sale 355 REDUCED TO SELL! Cash Flow Rental Prop. Handyman Specials Owner financing avail. 1224 NE 19th $28,000 107 SE 41st $38,500 2118 N Prospect $28,000 740 NE 36th $28,500 5021 Fairmont $59,500 Prices Negotiable Kruger Inv. Call Jim 235-9332/812-1657 Bank owned 18 units $350K, 16 units $549K, 28 units $750K, Income Property $500K earn 15%, also mortgages for sale. Seabrooke Realty 405-409-7779 Income Producing 2/1 fully updated duplex, 2674sf, brk $129.5k Arlene414-8753

Business Property For Rent 360 New bldg, I-35 frontage, shop, ofc, kitchen, bath, heat/air, $1000, 412-7665

Industrial Property For Rent 361 Warehouse/Office I-40 & Meridian, 2200-4819sf, 946-2516

Office Space For Rent


GREAT Space OFFICE Convenient NW Locations: I-40 & Meridian NW Expressway & May Britton/Lake Hefner Parkway 200-6000sf 946-2516

1, 2 & 3-Room Suites $150 & up ¡ 50th & N. Santa Fe area 235-8080

Warehouse Space For Rent 363.5 2100 Sq Ft Office/ Warehouse 4309 SW 119th Fully insulated, 130k BTU Hi Eff Heater, 3 phase electric, ADA bathroom, 14' overhead door and walkthru 825/month WWS Development, LLC 405-692-6123 OVERHEAD DOORS 525-6671 3410 SW 29th 1,080sf $350 3414 SW 29th 1,200sf $425 3426 SW 29th 1,080sf $390 3518 Newcastle 1,200sf$435 3520 Newcastle1,280sf $390 1134 West Main 6000sf warehouse space avail downtown, overhead doors $2000mo $1000dp 409-7989


Apartments Edmond


VERY, VERY QUIET! Near mall, schls, hosp, Try Plaza East•341-4813 SENIOR LIVING 55+ 1 BED APTS. 348-4065



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

OKC Downtown 429.5 Walford Apts 518 NW 12 MIDTOWN District Amazing! All electric, 1bd 1ba, ch/a. Corner Studio $550mo $450dp Efficiency $400mo $300dp 409-7989 no sec 8 LIMITED TIME SPECIAL $149 1st mo 525-1177 Near OU Med Center. MOMENTUM PROP MGMT

OKC Northwest


Spring Special

LARGE TOWNHOMES & APARTMENTS • Washer, Dryers, pools • PC Schools, fireplaces

Williamsburg 7301 NW 23rd

787-1620 Washer/Dryer hookups » Free Basic Cable » Large 1, 2 & 3 beds Housing welcome PC Schools Foxcroft Apts 6810 NW 16th 787-6655 Pick Your Own Special + No App Fee! Some restrictions apply La Villa Apartments 848-6000 or 728-3432

2 Bed $525

5033 Creekwood Dr. 3bed 1.5 bath brick. 2 car, ch/a cul-de-sac. Nice. $700mo lease/dep/refs. 273-5099

New Luxury Duplex 13516 Brandon Place 3/2/2, fp, Deer Creek Schls, near Mercy. Model open 10-4 842-7300

OKC Northeast



Brand new duplexes, 3 bd 2 ba, 2 car, gated comm, call Rick, 405-830-3789.

Section 8, nice 3 bed, 1 bath, remodeled. 1620 NE 20th. 405-414-7450


Garage Apartments

OKC Southwest

Nice Efficiency $345 plus electric 1608 NW 16th 232-9101


$201 Total Move-In Cost Energy Eff., $301 move in/1 bd, $401 move in/2 bd. $1 First Week Rent Weekly Avail: Effic $115 1bd $125, 2bd $165 Disability & Social Security recipients welcome 616 SW 59th, between Western&Walker634-4798 Drug free environment Not all bills paid $99 SPECIAL Lg 1bdr, stove, refrig., clean, walk to shops. $325 mo. 632-9849 Furnished/Unfurnished Bills Paid » Wkly/Monthly Wes Chase Apts, Elk Horn Apts, Hillcrest 943-1818 $99 Move In Special!!! Lg 1 and 2 Bdr, $325 to $395 mo. 632-9849 523 SW 26th Garage Apt 1bed 1bath Upstairs $325mo $175dp 409-7989



Yukon Rent Specials 1 bd From $359 2 bd From $459 3 bd From $559 For info & specials 354-5855

Condominiums, Townhouses For Rent 441 2720 SW 74th unit 18, extra sharp 2bd townhouse, ch/a, built in appliances, washer/dryer hookups, patio area, only $550 Fidelity RE 692-1661

Grand Pointe Condo 2 story remod, 3 bd, 3 ba, 2 car, DR/LR w/FP, w/d, gated, pool, tennis crt $1300 mo » 842-9699

Briargate 1718 N Indiana K Off Move in Special! 800sf 1bd 1ba, cha, all elec, wood floor, $450mo, $200 dep. No sec 8 409-7989

2528 NW 40 2bd 1.5 bath $575mo »» 748-8520 3245 NW 50th #244 2 bed 2 bath $550 mo TMS Prop 348-0720 Luxury Grand Pointe 2/2/2, w/d, fp, $850 + $500 dep, 405-623-0139.

Duplexes MWC


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

RE for rent Choctaw


Jones/Choctaw 4 bed, 1.5 ba, $750+$750 dep. Jones schl 405-620-5122

Del City


2 bed, 1 bath, gar, stove, frig, ceiling fans, new paint, total electric, no smoking, no pets, $500 mo, $200 dep, 474-5839. 3 bed, 1-2 bath, ch&a, 2c garage, $675 month, $400 dep, 405-401-5538



HOMES FOR LEASE www.executivehome 3-4BRs $1000-$3000 Welcome Home 877-884-7434 313 Whitman Ct 3/2/2 $1195 2616AshebriarLn4/3/2 $1900 2712SummrstTrl3/2/2$1000 Express Realty 844-6101 1908 Bradford Way, 3bd, 2ba, 3car gar. 1862 sf. Neighborhood park $1200/mo. 405-315-7965 3bd 2K ba, 1400sf stv, frig, d/w, 1317 Mary Lee $825+$400 dep 478-3060



Need a great elementary school? State's best schl test scores! 3bd, 1.5ba, 1.25ac, fncd yd, beautiful home, new ch&a, new wind. $1100mo 413-1830 817 Hunters Run $1100 1804sf, 3bd/2ba/2car, Open Thursdays 6pm 9100 Jennifer Pl 3/1/1$525 3605WoodsideDr3/1/1 $475 681-7272 1002 Bell Dr. 2 bd, 1ba, 1c, brk, no pets/smoking $650+dep. 787-8099. 3bd 2ba, nice, Sec 8 ok 228 Windsor Way ch&a w/d hkup $550, 436-4648



EXECUTIVE HOME Gated community 405-641-0124


LIMITED TIME SPECIAL $149 1st mo. ONE BED 371-4343 Great Location MOMENTUM PROP MGMT

1 bedroom duplex with carport and fireplace, $450, 8741 St George Way, 219-1000.

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

OKC Northeast

800 N. Meridian: 1bd, all bills paid & weekly rates available. 946-9506

2 bed 1bath $500 mo, Sec. 8 Ok, $25 move-in, 708 NE 25th, 204-4308



40 acre ranch with 4 stall horse barn & riding arena 4/3/3, 3650 sq/ft $4000 a month. CALL 405-231-2119 Welcome Home Sales & Management Services 3bd 1.5ba 1car ch&a, sec 8 welcome $50 Move In! 2708 N Lyons Drive $741 mo + dep 204-4308

•ABC• Affordable, Bug free, Clean » 787-7212»

2810 Dorchester Dr Apt 5 spacious 2bd 1.5ba, large living area, ch/a, completely remodeled, $575 mo Fidelity RE 692-1661

2528 NW 12th 1bd 1ba K off Special 900sf, $400mo $200dp 409-7989 no sec8

Block 42 in downtown OKC 2/2/2 $2200 month CALL 405-231-2119 Welcome Home Sales & Management Services

Upstairs Cute & Cozy 1 bed, $300 dep. $470 mo all bills paid, 706-3972

8012 NW 7th Pl Unit 324 extra sharp 1bd, 1.5ba, 1-car garage w/opener, new wood floor in living room, ch/a, $525 Fidelity RE 692-1661

**ALL BILLS PAID** $149 1ST Mo. on 1 beds 946-0588 2 Beds, too DREXEL ON THE PARK

3615 NW 51st Amazing Duplex close to Baptist/ Deaconess, 1300sf 2bd 2bath 2car gar fireplace $900mo $900dp. Must see! 409-7989 no sec 8

Bills pd clean quiet furn eff/1bd $100/wk&up 10& Penn 751-7238/640-9413

Quiet Casady!


OKC Southeast

Nice Lrg 1bd 2 din, appls w/d hookup 2419 NW 12 $399 no pets/no sec 8 301-5979 557-1288

$99 Move-In Special 1bd 1ba $295-350, stove, fridge, very clean 625-5200

$25,000. Price Edwards & Co., 6601 Broadway Extension, office, remodel, $25,000. Steve and Erin Roberts, 3000 NW 24, accessory, add-on, $25,000. Brad Maselli, 11818 SW 15 Terrace, manufactured home, move-on-mobile home park, $25,000. Joe Roberts Construction Co., 9001 NW 84 Terrace, residence, erect, $21,000. RCR Roofing Co., 3504 NW 66, residence, remodel, $20,000. Brandi Walker, 4800 Foster Road, manufactured home, move-onmobile home park, $20,000. Brandi Walker, 4800 Foster Road, manufactured home, move-onmobile home park, $20,000. Marla Adams, 3711 SW 23 Place, manufactured home, move-on-mobile home park, $20,000. Rose Martinez, 513 SE 21, residence, add-on, $20,000. Ceasar Davis, 729 NE 79 Place, residence, fire restoration, $15,700. Syed M. Hasan, 3620 NW 39, restaurant, remodel, $15,685. Richardson Roofing & Construction, 7309 NE 134 Circle, residence, add-on, $15,000. Cindy Tran, 2705 N Hudson Ave., residence, install, $15,000. Dove Science Academy, 919 NW 23, canopy-car-

OKC Downtown 473.5


NW 50th and Portland, Remodel, from $525/mo. »» 405-692-5584 »»

The Plaza 1740 NW 17th K Off Special 1bd, 1ba 750sf, wood floors, all elec, $450 mo, $200dp. No sec8 409-7989

Beautiful 2bd TH lrg prvt patio. Reasonable rent. Call for Special Willow Walk, 789-2692

OKC Northwest


1808 SunriseDr 3/1.5/2$800 Home&RanchRlty 794-7777



HOMES FOR LEASE www.executivehome 3-4BRs $1000-$3000 Welcome Home 877-884-7434 1000 Edinberg. 4BR/2BA, 2 car, $1050/mo. + $1000 deposit. 818-2703

229 NE 16th 4bd 2ba immaculate, min. from Bricktown, 436-4648

OKC Northwest


CasitaBlanca Contemporary Condo 2618 NW 50 2bd 2ba 2car $1250mo $1000 dep 1300 sf Stainless Appls, California Closets much more 409-7989

SUMMERFIELD, 3/2/2 Cathedral ceiling, appls, remodeled, tile floors, $1195. 405-659-0580 12721BrandonPl3/2/2 $995 11220 Windmill 3/2/2$1295 2532 NW 52 3/2/1 $895 Express Realty 844-6101 3 bed, 2 bath, 2c gar, Duplex in PCN area, quiet neighborhood, $750+deposit, Call Keith 405-413-2555 8144 NW 25th, 1700 sf, 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 liv areas, fp, dbl gar, fenced yd, no pets, no sec. 8, $500 dep, $800 mo. 947-5858 Clean, Quiet, Great location! 3/2/2, ch&a, frig, dw, stv, w/d hkup, lawn care. 3624 N Linda. $925 + dep. No Sec 8 or Pets 410-1984 1928 NW 30th 3bd 1ba, basement $495 3041 NW 29th 3bd 1ba, ch/a $525 681-7272 Lease or Rent to Own 2bd 1ba $600+ $500dep or $2500 down/ $650mo 3117 NW 10th¡ 204-3791 New Luxury 3 bd, 2 ba Condo, just S. of Quail Springs Mall $995/mo Call 405-317-8109 1738 NW 15 5 bed 2 bath ch&a, section 8 ok $850mo $500dep. 625-9546 1418 NW 49th, 2 bed, 1 bath, 1 car, appls, w/d hookup, ch&a 570-5865 Section 8 OK, Completely redone, ch&a, 3 bed, 712 NW 88th 942-3552 3020 NW 47th 2 bd 1ba 1liv 1car ch&a fncd $750 mo $500dep avl 413-4252 3420 NW 26th, 3/1/1, CH/A, W/D hkup $795mo $600dep. 701-1722 709 NW 25th, lrg 2bd 1ba, ch&a, nice, w/d hkup, $500, 436-4648


4905 East Ave, 3/1K /1, ch&a, $650 + $100 dep, sec 8 okay, 324-2611. 29 SE 33rd, 1bd, stove & fridge, water & gas paid $350 681-7272 »»»»»» 3/2/2 $800 Move in now! Home sec sys 413-2398

OKC Southwest


2509 Texoma Dr 3/1/1 ch/a $650 912 SW 35th 2bd +, 1 3/4ba $450 2401 SW 43rd #7 1bd apt, total elect, water paid $325 681-7272 1501 S Binkley, large 2bd, 1-car garage, clean, fresh paint, large yard, $495 Fidelity RE 692-1661 3 bd, 1ba 1c gar ch&a, appls, $650mo, $500 dep, 1228 SW 31st, 882-1054 3bd, brk, 2car, ch&a, fncd bkyd $600/$600dep no pets 632-2328/306-5437 1bd 1ba duplex, new paint & carpet. Lg deck & yard. Quiet. $300mo 596-8410

Village/ Nichols Hills 481.5 1410 Oxford Way, nice 2b, ch&a, w/d hkup, no sec 8 $650 405-255-1075.



Cedar Creek addition K off first months rent 3/2/2 $1095 a month Gated community. CALL 405-231-2119 Welcome Home Sales & Management Services HOMES FOR LEASE www.executivehome 3-4BRs $1000-$3000 Welcome Home 877-884-7434

4 BR, 2 BTH

4 bed, 2ba, 3 Car Garage, 2110 sq ft, 1FP, central A/C, community pool $1,500 703-585-0154



HOMES FOR LEASE www.executivehome 3-4BRs $1000-$3000 Welcome Home 877-884-7434 OKC West/Yukon $975/mo OKC NW-Newer 3 bed, 2 ba, 2 car garage, A/C 229-0846 12407 SW 2nd, 2/2/1, Mustang Schl, $695, no smoke/no pets, 650-3067 Lease Purchase $5K Dn, $990mo, 4/2/2, 1460sf, 1000 Edinberg, 818-2703

Mobile Home Rentals 483 WHY RENT WHEN YOU CAN OWN? Easy financing with no credit needed. Yukon schls


2929 NW 67th, 2 bd, 1 ba dining area, gar, no pets, $675, $600 dep, 691-5479

3 bed, 2 bath, near SE 29th and Choctaw Road, $535 + $250 deposit, 390-2471 or 651-1165.

924 NW 109th 3bd 2bth 2car 1300sf $850/mo $800dp 409-7989 no sec8

$ FREE RENT 1ST MO $ 2BR $395+, 3BR $495+, MWC NO PETS 427-0627

OKC Southeast

Rental Services


HOMES FOR LEASE www.executivehome 3-4BRs $1000-$3000 Welcome Home 877-884-7434 6100 S. Cox, completely remodeled 3bd, new roof, new siding, new carpet, fresh paint, only $475 Fidelity RE 692-1661


MANAGEMENT LEASING SALES SINCE 1982 Spectrum Management 848-9400 » RENTAL HELPER» Current Home Rental Listing $39 at the Gold Dome (405) 605-5551



Permits FROM PAGE 17F

port, add-on, $11,500. Michael A. Dudzinski, 6300 SW 89, storage, erect, $11,000. CLS Group, 3302 NW 178, tower-antenna, install, $10,000. Blake Lagrow, 6715 N Laird Ave., accessory, erect, $10,000. Hillcrest Memory Gardens Inc., 5201 Richardson Ave., storage,

erect, $9,000. Jonathan and Teresa Sullivan, 5506 Permian Drive, accessory, erect, $8,500. James Jones, 1613 NW 42, residence, erect, $7,000. Isidro Otero, 335 SE 49, residence, add-on, $6,000. Earl Neighbors, 9 NE 9, restaurant, remodel, $5,000. Equity Industrial OK, 5200 SW 36, office-warehouse, remodel, $4,800. Kathleen Baity, 1218 SW 19, residence, add-on,

REAL ESTATE $4,000. Lisa A. McCoy, 10900 Tammy Terrace, storage, erect, $4,000. Patio Rooms and More, 4241 SW 32, storage, erect, $3,500. Earl Leuty, 5040 N Hiwassee Road, green house, erect, $3,500. TDC Construction Co., 1501 NE 30, school, modular, $3,000. John W. Cave, 6901 SW 128, storm shelter, installstorm shelter, $2,400. Reyes Roofing & Construction, 1136 SW 54, canopy-carport, add-on,

$2,200. Dan K. Gardner, 15420 Lily Garden Lane, storage, erect, $2,200. Ideal Homes of Norman LP, 13320 SW 44, storm shelter, installstorm shelter, $2,100. Pillar Contracting, 17601 N Pennsylvania Ave., temporary building, move-on, $1,500. Brent Seary, 813 SE 61, storage, erect, $1,500. Showalter Services & Home Repair, 8808 NW 83, accessory, erect, $1,200. 7-Eleven LLC, 12000 S

THE OKLAHOMAN | NEWSOK.COM Western Ave., business, remodel, $1,000. Librado Guzman, 1040 SW Binkley, residence, remodel, $1,000.

Demolitions Cindy Tran, 2705 N Hudson Ave., residence. Ray’s Trucking, 2728 Cambridge Court, residence. Duane Allen, 5700 S High Ave., material hopper. K&M Dirt Services LLC, 2329 NW 15, garage apartment. K&M Dirt Services

LLC, 1435 NW 2, pool. Midwest Wrecking, 15408 SE 71, house. Ray’s Trucking, 2629 SW 40, residence. Ray’s Trucking, 2629 SW 40, residence. James Jones, 1613 NW 42, shop.

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