Canadian real estate sales printed yet another record during the pandemic. Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) data shows home sales in January 2021 hit a record. The new high for January sales came with a little slow down for growth. However, things have been so heated, even a double digit drop in growth is one of the fastest rates in history.
Canadian Real Estate Sales Hit Record For January
Canadian real estate hit a new all-time record number of sales last month. There were 36,897 unadjusted sales on the MLS in January, up 35.2% from the same month as the year before. Seasonally adjusted, that number is 61,371, up 2.0% from a month before. The unadjusted number is a record for any January. During a pandemic.
Canadian Real Estate Sales
The unadjusted sales for all home types, as reported through the Canadian MLS. Source: CREA, Better Dwelling.
Canadian Real Estate Sales See Growth Slow, But Still At 35%
The numbers are getting so big, it’s going to be hard to scale sales from here. Last month’s 35.2% year-over-year change is a lot smaller than the 47.2% seen in December. That wasn’t entirely unexpected. One month lower doesn’t make a trend though, even if it’s a 12 point drop. Only 8 months in the past two decades have seen larger 12-month growth. Of those, 6 of them were the year before the Great Recession.
Canadian Real Estate Sales Change
The annual percent chage of unadjusted sales for all home types, as reported through the Canadian MLS. Source: CREA, Better Dwelling.
Canadian Real Estate Sales More Than Just Pent-Up Demand
The pandemic created restrictions on sales activity, which pushed sales into later quarters. By averaging the sales, we can smooth some of the months where home sales were artificially low. The 12-month rolling average is still 46,506 for January, up 13.9% from a year before. This is a record high, even when the trough is smoothed. This is more than just pent-up demand. It’s also pulled forward demand, commonly attributed to record low mortgage rates.
Canadian Real Estate Sales: Rolling Average
The 12-month rolling average of Canadian real estate sales. Source: CREA, Better Dwelling.
The growth rate of sales is expected to slow after the pandemic’s forced trough that ended in June. The Bank of Canada (BoC), as well as other organizations, have forecast sales will soften in the coming months. They believe cheap money has motivated more detached home sales as a temporary trend. As the effect of cheap money fades, they see less buying. The BoC did also quietly take their foot off the gas for cheap money, which should help with the fade.
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Priced Out: Liquidity Is Also Causing Global Real Estate Prices To Rip – Forbes
It’s not just low interest rates and low inventory, it’s global liquidity.
That means that if you thought buying a house was hard pre-pandemic and felt priced out, these last few months have done absolutely nothing for you. It’s a seller’s market. Not just in Florida and Massachusetts, but across most of the world.
I have a friend who is renting a house in Panama. And while Panama was always pretty expensive because it is dollarized, the rent there for two bedrooms was double my mortgage.
My brother is looking for a house in Massachusetts. I went with him a few days ago to look at an Open House. There were at least five couples waiting to check it out. The broker tells me that it will go for at least $25,000 over asking and it was under 1,000 square feet and the master bedroom had no bathroom and…no closet! What is this, New York City? Tokyo? San Francisco?
In a world awash with liquidity and Bitcoin riches, everyone is buying real estate right now just to put their money somewhere. A lot of the buyers are second home investors.
Low inventory here and elsewhere is also pushing rents higher at precisely the wrong time.
“In Sao Paolo, the rental housing prices rose by an average of 3%, the biggest year over year rise in almost five years,” Rentberry CEO Oleksiy Lubinsky tells me in an email.
Over the past month, on the Rentberry website, the average rent for a studio apartment in New York — locked down and facing protests that only recently ended — increased by 8% to $2,150. The average rent for a 1-bedroom apartment increased by 6% to $2,490 in a city with nothing happening.
“Miami saw a mostly upward trend in the rental market, too,” Lubinksy says, adding that one-bedroom rentals increased by 2.3%. Overall, Miami rents continue to rise, making the city the 8th most expensive place to rent, according to Rentberry data. The website is like a global search engine for rental and residential/commercial property worldwide.
If you wanted to know, rent is up 8.7% in St. Petersburg. No more masks. It’s like the Florida of Russia now, by the looks of its housing market and its “over it” attitude regarding SARS2.
Here at home, housing prices have soared throughout the pandemic. That’s fine for those looking for equity loans, or selling. It’s helped push people’s wealth to record highs as housing is always a key part of an Americans core assets. All of this points to a strong economic recovery in 2021, but it does not bode well for renters and house hunters who are priced out.
The price of a median single-family home is up slightly more than 15% in less than 12 months in the U.S., according to the National Association of Realtors.
“A typical homeowner in 2020, just by being a homeowner, they would have accumulated around $24,000 in housing wealth,” Dr. Lawrence Yun, a senior economist at the National Association of Realtors, was quoted saying by ABC News last week.
Global demand is booming due to low interest rates. That’s another thing that’s pushing prices through the roof.
No House Flipping In China
People in several major Chinese cities signed more rental contracts than usual over the Lunar New Year break, according to the subscription service of Caixin Global, a China business daily.
The total number of rental contracts it facilitated in 18 cities hit a six-year high.
Average monthly rents in the cities climbed to 61.7 yuan ($9.53) per square meter, representing a 6% increase from the week prior. The 18 cities include the country’s four biggest municipalities — Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin and Chongqing.
Some China cities are taking restrictive measures to crack down on real estate speculation amid surging housing prices. People have so much money, they don’t know where to put it other than third and fourth homes.
Housing authorities in the eastern China city of Hangzhou actually banned buyers of new residential properties from selling out within five years. Despite a series of restrictions, housing prices started 2021 in China at record highs.
In Brazil, the residential market has been recovering for the past four years, driven by low interest rates for home buyers. As a result, home builders have successfully tapped capital markets for resources that are now being deployed into new houses, focused on the upper middle segment in southeastern Brazil, according to a report by Imeri Capital.
I’m looking to buy in the southern state of Santa Catarina, actually. Brazil is great right now for expats and foreigners looking for tropical vacation homes. You can buy half a million dollar properties for under $150,000, though for that you will need to speak the language and deal with the local brokers and sellers otherwise you’re getting soaked with “gringo pricing”.
Unprecedented low inflation and interest rates present real estate investors with a macro backdrop that favors real assets. Property markets have been recovering faster than rental markets, including in hard-hit economies like Brazil, but have not peaked yet. Cap rate spreads remain high despite economic slowdowns and restrictions in Brazil and elsewhere.
One of the biggest standouts in the opposite direction has been India. They’ve been one of the hardest hit by the pandemic and their housing market has done poorly.
According to Knight Frank, housing sales in the top 8 Indian cities fell by a massive 54% year over year in the summer months to a decade low. New homes built also fell by a sharp 46% to 60,489 units in those cities, though that is picking up now. These numbers from Knight Frank are from July. I suspect India is turning the corner and joining the party.
If you’re looking for a place in Mumbai, Rentberry has a 2,390 square foot 3 bedroom, 3 bath house going for — get this — $879,865!
I’ll take Les Pelicans in Miami for half the price. Then again, it is half the size.
Forbes contributor Ellen Paris, who writes about real estate, says the last few months have been like “Groundhog Day” for real estate.
Home price growth in the U.S. ended 2020 at their fastest pace in eight years. The results top off what was a record year for the housing market despite the pandemic, Amanda Fung from Yahoo! Finance reported on February 23.
The S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller national home price index rose 10.4% in December versus a year ago and rose 9.5% from November. The 20-City Composite rose by 10.1% in December, up from the 9.2% gain in November. That beat consensus estimates.
Rentberry’s Lubinksy says that — by looking out the window in his offices in San Francisco — its the old, tired story of Silicon Valley riches pricing out the riff-raff.
“The steady rise of income for tech workers is the key factor driving an overall increase in home prices and sales in the Bay Area,” he says. “Based on the data we have, we predict 2021 home prices will grow around 5% in the U.S. The correlation of the strong stock market and the continued increase in home prices is a global phenomenon at the moment,” Lubinksy says.
Global real estate investors looking for rental property will bring the same liquidity to prime real estate in countries throughout the Americas, for example, making it harder for new families to buy a home as price spikes have no end in sight. A stronger dollar is helpful to American buyers, but this window could be closing in Brazil and elsewhere. And although it is closing, I don’t expect the Brazilian currency, for instance, to head to four to one anytime soon. It is still trading over 5.30 to the dollar.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS – Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Pulaski County real estate transactions of $150,000 or more; deeds recorded Jan. 25-Jan. 29:
T.H. Little Rock, LLC and J.K. Little Rock, LLC to 7123 I-30, LLC, 7123 Interstate 30, Frontage Road, Little Rock, L2R, Tucker’s Commercial Acres Replat, $2,600,000.
T.H. Little Rock II, LLC and J.K. Little Rock II, LLC to 1324 Henderson, LLC, 1324 Henderson Drive, North Little Rock, Pt. SW NW 36 & SE NE 35-2N-12W, $2,500,000.
Capital View Properties, LLC to TJM Third And Bishop Properties, LLC, 1900 & 1910 W. Third St., Little Rock, Ls6-7 B8, Union Depot; Blks. 4-5, Worthen; Ls7-8 B5 & L5 B6, Union Depot, $1,500,000.
Jeffrey L. Barber to Gerald C. and Judith A. Jones, L10, River Oaks, $1,005,000.
USP Land Holdings FP&P, LLC to BCR Investments, LLC, 1300 Bond Ave., Little Rock, Blks. 5 & 6, Manufacturer’s; Pt.SW NW 12-1N-12W, $900,000.
Stevens Commercial Contractors, Inc.to Neil Brad Burnette and Andrea Gad-berry, 56 Falstone Drive, Little Rock, L23 B135, Chenal Valley, $754,307.
Yongchang Wang and Si Chen to Rochelle Alicia and Michael Aaron Johnson, 18 Accadia Court, Little Rock, L7 B126, Chenal Valley, $750,000.
Baring Cross Restoration, LLC to JRJ Building, LLC, 1301 W. Ninth St., North Little Rock, Ls9-12 & Ls1-2 B6, Vestal; Ls6, 2R, 9 & 11 B2, Giles; Ls12 & 3 B7, Vestal, $650,000.
General Mechanical Contractors and General Air Conditioning Corp. to Airmasters, Inc., 8107 Interstate 30, Little Rock, L6, National Investors Industrial Sites, $600,000.
Sandra Lee Yeary to Amy H. and Raymond E. Peeples III., 5113 Stonewall Road, Little Rock, L4 B26, Newton, $550,000.
Ghulam M. Khaleel to Christopher L. Merriott and I-Shin Wen, 9 LaMarche Lane, Little Rock, L1 B43, Chenal Valley, $520,000.
Bobby Loyd Boyanton Jr., and Alejandra Boyanton-Cano to Kyle Austin Morgan and Tessa M. Lee, 20 Cove Creek Point, Little Rock, L9 B23,Woodlands Edge, $460,500.
Ervin L.Vaught andThe Vaught Living Trust to Gene D. Adams Jr., L3 B38, Pleasant Valley, $447,000.
Connect Bank to United Lone Enterprises, LLC, L11, Rinke Garden Acres; Tract 1, Southland Acres, $425,000.
Terra Firma Project, LLC to Stephen P. and Glena J.Tipton, 19415 Summershade Drive, Little Rock, L28R B4, Wildwood Ridge Phase II Replat, $425,000.
Christy Garrett to William B. James, 42 Woodberry Road, Little Rock, L160, Longlea, $409,000.
Cynthia Lu to Jack Francis Dowling and Lisa Marie Thorpe and The Dowling/ Thorpe Family Trust, 1911 N. Cleveland St., Little Rock, Ls4-5 B1, Forest Park, $405,000.
Rodney and Shannon Hendrix to Joshua R. and Whitney Kasinger, 10 Marchwood Cove, Little Rock, L13 B1, Sienna Lake- Cooper Community, $402,000.
Gary Villines to David Matthew Morgan and Erin O’Leary, 317 Ridgeway Drive, Little Rock, Ls26-27 B12, Midland Hills, $400,000.
John B. Block and Rosalia Valdez Block/Rosalia N. Valdez to Larry J. and Elizabeth A. Smith and The Larry J. Smith And Elizabeth A. Smith Revocable Family Trust/The Smith Family Trust, L24 B2, Elmhurst, $375,000.
Federal National Mortgage Association and Fannie Mae to Nicholas Andrew Lewellen and Billie Chan, 1123 Kavanaugh Blvd., Little Rock, Ls11-12 B8, Midland Hills, $360,000.
The James Roeder Living Trust to Alonzo Livingston and Kathy Conyer, 1505 Milligan Drive, Maumelle, L1715, The Country Club Of Arkansas PRD Phase XXIV-A, $348,000.
Brian N. and Elizabeth L. Stiefvater to Rex Wayne and Sabra Curry, 8 Arles Drive, Little Rock, L62 B48, Chenal Valley, $341,000.
Patricia K. Craig to Jasher Henderson, Unit 2, Kennedy-Barton-Leonard HPR Of Barton Replat- Park Hill NLR, $335,000.
Federal National Mortgage Association and Fannie Mae to Alex Hernandex, 2809 Highline Drive, Sherwood, L75 B5, Creekside, $334,900.
William H. and Cynthia A. Byrd to Jared L. and Jennifer L. Averitt, 10 Windsor Valley Court, North Little Rock, L19 B7, Windsor Valley, $320,000.
Bradley T. and Amanda M. Rogers to Jonathan and Shalann Boyce, 1017 Oak Forest Circle, Sherwood, L20, Millers Glen Phase 2, $319,000.
Ryan James and Megan Maleah Brooks to LaTasha Nation, 9101 Johnson Drive, Sherwood, L13 B4, Creekside, $314,000.
Joseph Clay and Vickie D. Blackwell to Wendy Kaye Meadows and Freddy E. Dunaway II., 7301 Fourche Dam Pike, Little Rock, L2R, Clay Blackwell Replat, $310,000.
Nicholas C. and Sara Laine Rasmussen to Tad Christopher and Susan M. Tillemans, 14220 Longtree Drive, Little Rock, L55, Longlea Manor, $299,900.
Corey M. and Heather Davis to Jordan and Blake Forest Courtney, 2201 Ingleside Drive, Sherwood, L24, Millers Valley Phase I, $289,900.
Rodney B. and Evelyn C. Lewis to Victoria B. Dawson McPherson and Ika A. McPherson, 5 Mayberry Court, Little Rock, L61, Charleston Heights Phase II, $273,000.
Wendy L. Tittle and The Wendy L. Tittle Revocable Trust to Marcus and Lea Anne Motes, 4902 & 4910 Hatcher Road, Sherwood, Pt. SW SE 5 & Pt. NW NE 8-3N-11W, $272,000.
Tina S. Chandler to Mohamed H. Lahiani, 4405 Oaks Bluff Drive, Little Rock, L6, Oaks Bluff, $271,000.
Howard E. and Shelly Lyn Gough to Antonio Serna III., 401 W. Fifth St., North Little Rock, L24 B5, Faucette, $270,000.
Patricia Ann Conway and Frank Cavender Living Trust to William and Carolyn Buchman, 244 W. Maddox Road, Jacksonville, Pt. SE 6-3N-10W, $268,700.
ODS Enterprises, LLC to Gwendolyn and Ray Cobbs, 9 Benham Lane, Little Rock, L2 B7, Sienna Lake, $266,749.
Best Real Estate Investments, LLC to Sherri JoAnn and Raven Nycole Wilson, 15 E. Lake Drive, North Little Rock, L51 B48, Lakewood, $256,000.
Lena Belle Young Stafford Limited Partnership to Grayson Acres, LLC, Pt.SE 30-2N-10W; Pt. SW SW 29-2N-10W, $250,000.
Justin M. Elliott to Lorene J. Crain, L553R, The Country Club Of Arkansas, $245,000.
Jerry Lamar and Tami Taylor Johnston to Alexandra Savenka, 1108 N. Spruce St., Little Rock, L14 B4, Hillcrest, $243,000.
Robbie Lee Dillon, Timothy Scott Harrison and The Harrison Family Trust Number One to Shirley D. Hancock and Debra Stewart, 221 N. Claremont Ave., Sherwood, L10 B1, Queensbrook, $240,500.
Elizabeth A. Gadberry to Ashley Lauren Wilson, 109 Orchid Drive, Maumelle, L79, Waterside, $240,000.
Orgil Ganbold and Byambajav Zolzaya to Todd Weaver, 153 Obsidian Drive, Sherwood, L44 B4, Stonehill Phase II, $240,000.
Jennifer M. and Brent E. Burgin to Montrell Murray, 1 Trent Jones Cove, Sherwood, L1A, Fairway Park, $240,000.
Haybar Properties, LLC to A & A Investments, Inc., Ls1-3 & 10 B2, Fulton, $240,000.
Joshua Griffith and Anna-Grace Caroline Hurt to Maxwell and Brooke Good, 6418 Brentwood Road, Cammack Village. L21, Cammack Woods, $240,000.
David Mathew Morgan to Megan Leigh Hoyt, 11215 Gila Valley Drive, Little Rock, L8 B37, Pleasant Valley, $225,000.
Sarah Jane and Cody Ray Copeland to Morgan and Matthew McClintic, 3120 N. Cypress St., North Little Rock, L7 B22, Park Hill NLR, $223,000.
Riviera Partners, LLC to Kathy Dee Winn, Unit 406, Riviera HPR, $220,000.
Amy E. Harrison to DGA Properties, LLC, 6109 Kenwood Road, Cammack Village, L251, Cammack Woods, $219,900.
Nplus1 Data Solutions, LLC to Roy-den H. and Kimberly A. Gibson, 24201 Burlingame Road, Little Rock, Pt. SE NE 31-2N-14W, $217,500.
Terry L. and Dorothy L. Johnson and The Terry And Dorothy Johnson Living Trust to Aminah R. Eddings, 10 Summit Ridge Drive, Little Rock, L4 B1, Summit Ridge, $215,000.
Sarah Frances Hundley Wilf and The Sarah Frances Hundley Wilf Revocable Trust to John T. Whittier and Brooke Elizabeth Jarrett, 8201 Leatrice Drive, Little Rock, Ls16-17, Sheraton Park Section B, $215,000.
Michael Wayne and Teresa Dianne Johnson to Madison R. Sipes, 4 Zircon Drive, Maumelle, L181, North Pointe, $215,000.
Thomas P. and Mary L. Benfield to Payton and Tamara Baker, 2423 Brasco Road, Jacksonville, Pt. S/2 NW 25-4N-11W, $214,900.
Catherine S. Noernberg/Catherine S. Mulkey to Gregg and Julie Curtis, Pt. NW 24-2N-15W, $210,000.
Susan Ruth Witlowski to Hum Watts, LLC, 4802 MacArthur Drive, North Little Rock, Tract C, Theresa Annex Unrecorded, $210,000.
Timothy Royce and Teena R. Hoover to Crystal D. Young, 15221 Wade Blvd., North Little Rock, Ls21-22, Castlewood Unrecorded, $209,000.
Danny E. and Melissa D. Godfrey to Nanah T. Kim, 113 Ridgeland Drive, Maumelle, L146, North Ridge, $206,000.
BNT Properties Corp. to Golden Investments, LLC, 2405 S. Battery St., Little Rock, L1 B9, McCarthy, $205,000.
Tessa L. and Jeffrey T. Higgins to Nathan and Samantha Ashley, 103 Dexter Ave., North Little Rock, L15 B132, Park Hill NLR, $202,500.
Mark S. and Suzanne M. Evans to Ryan T. and Ann E. Janssen, 1805 Airborn Drive, Jacksonville, L243, Base Meadows Phase I-A, $199,900.
Teresa Ann Sazama and The Mary Ann Moran Revocable Trust to David Epperson, 22525 Wyldwood Drive, Little Rock, Ls28-29, Wylde-wood Phase 2, $197,000.
Joshua Ryan and Whitney Leigh Kasinger to Toby Pearson and Andrea Black, 14003 Applegate Place, Little Rock, L121, Otter Creek Community Phase I, $196,000.
Rae-Lene Wolf-Nichols/Rae-Lene Wolf to Ebony Sade Jackson, 202 W. Scenic Drive, North Little Rock, L5 B4, Broadview, $190,000.
Parkinson Building Group, Inc. to Richard Edwin Phelan, The Richard Edwin Phelan Revocable Trust, Mona Lynn Thompson and The Mona Lynn Thompson Revocable Trust, L4, Quick’s Lake Place, $190,000.
Robert L. and Denise A. Wolfe to Geoffrey Mason Carter, Kathy Lynn Dawson-Carter and Jessica Utley, 21 Camp-den Hill Road, Sherwood, L164, Silver Creek Phase V, $189,900.
Ashley A. and Steven Russell Wilson to Katherine G. Faulk, 4613 Lochridge Road, North Little Rock, L36 B207, Park Hill NLR, $186,000.
S. Anne Goodman to Mary S. Baguley, 2200 Andover Court, Apt. 1102, Little Rock, Unit 1103, Andover Square HPR Phase II, $184,600.
Thomas A. and Deborah J. Baker to J. Michael Jaynes and Sally A. Nungesser, Tract 11, Cottonwood Estates Unrecorded, $180,000.
Garry and Donna Nolan to Wayne and Carol LaFrance, 1317 Huntsmoor Road, Sherwood, L25 B3, East Meadow, $179,900.
Shelley Jenkins Muscovalley and The Shelley Jenkins Muscovalley Revocable Trust to Toneisha Harper, 9806 Merlot Lane, North Little Rock, L16, The Villages At Merlot Lane, $179,900.
Ron Davis Property Management, LLC to Ted and Kirsten Fredrich, 15 Breeds Hill Court, Little Rock, L543, Walnut Valley Third, $179,000.
William Fagan to Edward Hunter, 5517 Pin Oak Lane, North Little Rock, L320, Trammel Estates Phase II, $177,000.
James E. and Betty Ann Mowrey to Brett Chapman and Roger Neil Lewis, 2203 Peach Tree Drive, Little Rock, L9, Sandpiper Section A, $177,000.
Lyons Properties, LLC to Samuel Bruce and Hannah James Eddington, 1108 Skyline Drive, North Little Rock, Ls16 & 16A B124, Park Hill NLR, $175,500.
Magna Six Investments, LLC to Sanders Plumbing, Inc., L6R2 B5, Northshore Business Park, $175,000.
Kerry Allen and Ashley Elizabeth Wygal to Adrian and Billy Ballard Jr., 24 Meadow Ridge Loop, Maumelle, L69, Meadow Ridge, $172,500.
Rausch Coleman Mid-Ark, LLC to Rudnick Caldwell Sr., 5649 Black Oak Cove, Sherwood, L233, Trammel Estates Phase IV-B, $172,350.
Albert E. VanPelt Jr., to Tyler S. and Kalyn M. Thomas, 4 Kingsbridge Way, Little Rock, Apt. 4, Kingsbridge Townhomes HPR 1, $171,500.
Rausch Coleman Mid-Ark, LLC to Ebony L. Watson and Cortney D. Ervin, 5633 Black Oak Cove, North Little Rock, L231, Trammel Estates Phase VI-B, $170,775.
Wilmington Savings Fund Society, FSB and Christiana Trust to Charli Sahr, 42 Woodridge Drive, Little Rock, L53, Woodridge Estates, $165,000.
Lynn B. and William B. Brooks to Joanna E. Hyatt, 6500 W. Markham St., Little Rock, L45, Plaza Heights, $163,000.
Shervin Djafarzadeh to Stephen Heller, 24 Wagon Wheel Court, Little Rock, L150B, Point West Second, $159,900.
Jacob Adams to Evan J. Johnson, 44 Meadow Ridge Loop, Maumelle, L75, Meadow Ridge Phase II, $159,900.
Cynthia A. Parkison to Christopher A. and Ashley DeLeon 14 Kings Court, Little Rock. L387, Pleasantree First $159,000 Harriette Gilbert, Darrell J. Gilbert, Kathleen Gilbert and William David Gilbert Jr., to Kelly L. Sedlacek, 8809 Ridgeview Cove, Sherwood, L112, Miller’s Crossing Phase 2, $157,017.
Rausch Coleman Mid-Ark, LLC to Amy Sibrava, 6616 Trammel Estates Lane, North Little Rock, L242, Trammel Estates Phase VI-B, $156,525.
Jonathan Leader to R.E.R. Of Little Rock, Inc., 1819 N. McKinley St., Little Rock, L10 B7, Forest Park, $156,000.
Sunlight Management Services, LLC to Alfred and Sonia Mitchell, 135 Whispering Oak Trail, Little Rock, L12, Whispering Oaks, $155,000.
Janean M. Henn Essy to Sheree Lachelle Moore, 616 Ferry St., Little Rock, L9 B2, Stevenson, $155,000.
Marcus Adam and Ashley Lauren Roberson to Tommy Gene Gibson, 3717 Loch Lane, North Little Rock, L52 B203, Park Hill NLR, $154,900.
Federal National Mortgage Association and Fannie Mae to Keith Simmons, 23 Crownpoint Road, Little Rock, L243, Colony West Third, $154,900.
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