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 2 tracts of 5 acres each: 1 is $35,000 for fenced with older mobile and sheds; 2nd is $54,900 for 2 bedroom, 2bath mobile and shed. Both for $89,900 with 10 acres obo. Pat w/ CB, 823-0644.


Commercial lots in Norman: near all the building in SE Norman by Hwy 9, $229,900 - $699,900 obo. Pat w/ CB, 823-0644.


New Listing    Norman for only $124,900, both sides, 2 bedrooms, 11/2 bath, carport, fenced. Pat w/ CB, 823- 0644.


New Listing: 20 acres with newer doublewide and small pond, east of Thunderbird, $129,900. Pat w/ CB, 823-0644.


Commercial 1 acre & 1200 s.f. building: in South OKC for only $89,500. Pat w/ CB, 823-0644.


New Listing: $42,900 for 2 bedroom, 1 ½ bath townhome in Norman near OU and new Reagan Elem., fenced yard & no HOA. Pat w/ CB, 823-0644.


 Reduced to $69,900: 10 acres off Alameda & 120th or Choctaw Rd, on paved road. Pat w/ CB, 823-0644.


Norman home for $74,900 obo: Newer central heat/air, 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, cheaper than rent. Pat w/ CB, 823-0644.


 Investor special in Norman:


$64,900 for 3 bedroom, 2 living rock home by Norman Regional Hospital. Pat w/ CB, 823-0644.


 Continued from page 14.


story house with the ductwork located in   uses for storage, and said her last electric bill was about $180. Well, this was an easy one to answer. 


 of foam on the entire attic roof decking and gable ends. In other words, totally encapsulate the attic, which includes eliminating all attic ventilation. Doing this one thing would solve several problems: 1) The ductwork, including any leakage, would be in the conditioned space of the house; 2) The storage space would be more comfortable; and 3) The added insulation will lower utility bills. You see, what used to be an attic is now


just an odd-shaped room above the ceiling. Bill called from Kansas City, Mo. He


has a 2,000-square-foot house with a full basement. The ductwork is in the basement. The attic contains about eight inches of blown insulation. His last electric bill was $157. Again, the answer was simple. Bill   My favorite type of call is like the one


10 ACRES, 3bd, 5-stall CEDAR BARN 20 acre HORSE FACILITY, 3bd/2.1ba


Tri-level home & cedar deck, NE  wkshop, fenced/cross-fenced. 2510 NE 48th Ave, $320,000.


Ranch home w/ Mexican tile,  30x60 shop on slab, 150x300 outdoor arena. 17717 E Alameda, $380,000.


3 ACRES + 3bd. MOBILE


South of Hwy 9, 2 mobile home plots in one! Storm shelter, quiet country neighborhood. 603 


40 ACRES OF LUSH BERMUDA


3bd/2ba/2-car garage, pole barn, round pen, storm shelter. 8700 E Howard, $155,000.


from Albert, who has retired in Bella Vista, Ark. His one-story 1,400-square-foot house has ductwork in the sealed crawlspace, 13 inches of blown cellulose insulation in the attic, and his last electric bill was $83. Again, it was a simple solution. I asked Albert if he has any hobbies. He said he plays golf. I told him to go play golf and  both got a laugh. Folks, these solutions are also the


answers for a cold attic so don't wait until  the comfort of your home and lower your utility bills. Start today!


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