A 19,500-SF office building in west Little Rock weighed in at $2.7 million.
Arkansas Postal Holdings LLC, an affiliate of Nationwide Postal Management Inc. of Cedarhurst, New York, purchased the post office administration building at 420 Natural Resources Drive.
The seller is Schmieding/Moore Properties, led by Terry Moore.
The 2.45-acre site was acquired for $456,000 in March 1994 from West Markham Associates, led by Robert Nabholz Sr.
A west Little Rock car wash tipped the scales at $2.22 million.
Boomerang Holdings LLC, led by James Burks, bought the 620 S. Bowman Road project from Chenal Autowash LLC, led by Larry Middleton.
The deal is financed with an 18-month loan of $2.3 million from Citizens Bank of Batesville.
The 1-acre development was purchased for $1.3 million in September 2013 from Chenal Carwash LLC, led by Willis Smith.
A 22,160-SF office building in downtown Little Rock rang up a $1.7 million sale.
South Main Square LLC, led by Joshua and Jennifer Malone, acquired the former leased quarters of the Department of Workforce Services at 1501 Main St. The seller is KRL Properties LLC, led by Mark Leverett.
The deal is backed with a five-year loan of $2 million from Arvest Bank of Fayetteville.
The 0.96-acre development previously was tied to an August 2013 mortgage of $1.6 million held by Simmons Bank of Pine Bluff.
The onetime Little Rock home of Madison Guaranty Savings & Loan was bought for $1.3 million in October 2005 from Arvest.
An 8,370-SF tire service center in the Riverdale area of Little Rock changed hands in a $750,000 deal.
The namesake trust of H.E. Austin Jr. and Wrenetta Austin purchased the Austin Brothers Tire Service project at 2801 Cantrell Road.
The sellers are the William H. Roberts Revocable Trust, Rebecca Taggart and Stebor LLLP, led by William Roberts.
The deal is funded with a 15-year loan of $750,000 from BancorpSouth Bank of Tupelo, Mississippi.
The 0.51-acre location was acquired for $75,000 in February 1973 from George and Marietta Cook.
Greater Love Deal
A 19,413-SF former school project in North Little Rock sold for $285,000.
Greater Love Community Church bought the old Rose City Elementary School at 100 Earl St. from Terraforma LLC, led by Doug Meyer and David Bruning.
The limited liability company financed the deal with a $291,045 mortgage.
Terraforma purchased the 6.52-acre property in September 2015 as part of a $300,000 deal with the North Little Rock School District.
An 8,832-SF home in the Orle neighborhood of west Little Rock’s Chenal Valley development tipped the scales at $1.18 million.
Prajwal Chevireddy and Silpa Maram acquired the property from Waterview Estates Phase III LLC, led by Rick Ferguson.
The deal is backed with a 25-year loan of $880,000 from Bank of America in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The residence previously was linked with an April 2017 mortgage of $845,000 held by First Security Bank of Searcy.
The home was bought more than two years ago from the Oscar & Doris Washington Family Trust in a property swap valued at $1.4 million.
Bella Rosa Estates
A 5,673-SF home in west Little Rock’s Bella Rosa Estates neighborhood weighed in at $1.03 million.
Brian McGee purchased the house from Kristen Lienhart and Chad Gossett. The deal is funded with a 30-year loan of $1 million from Arvest Bank.
The residence previously was tied to a May 2016 mortgage of $800,000 held by Bank of Little Rock Mortgage Corp.
The property was acquired for $1 million more than three years ago from Kristopher Magnuson.
A 4,850-SF home in west Little Rock’s Woodlands Edge neighborhood drew a $970,000 transaction.
Rebecca Jones and Robert Lemberes bought the house from Arbor Construction LLC, led by Michael Moran.
The deal is financed with a 30-year loan of $970,000 from IberiaBank of Lafayette, Louisiana.
The residence previously was linked with a May 2018 mortgage of $771,200 held by Little Rock’s Bear State Bank.
Arbor purchased the site for $166,000 in January 2017 from Rocket Properties LLC, led by Lisenne Rockefeller.
Country Club House
A 3,579-SF home near the Country Club of Little Rock is under new ownership after an $895,000 deal.
Floyd and Patricia Dodson acquired the house from the GWC Revocable Trust, led by Edwin Cromwell Levy.
The deal is backed with a 30-year loan of $300,000 from Simmons Bank.
Gertrude Cromwell bought the property for $325,000 in January 2005 from Rebecca and Christopher Long.
A 2,666-SF home in Little Rock’s Canal Pointe neighborhood rang up a $640,000 sale.
Meraj Siddiqui purchased the house from Spencer and Jennifer Andrews. The deal is funded with a 30-year loan of $544,000 from First Community Bank of Batesville.
The residence previously was tied to a 15-year loan of $242,000 from Wells Fargo Bank of Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
The property was acquired for $540,000 in June 2014 from Joe Peacock.
A 2,725-SF home in Little Rock’s Cliffewood neighborhood changed hands in a $632,500 deal.
Craig and Ellen Thalheimer bought the house from RTR Investments LLC, led by Matthew Lewis.
The deal is financed with a 30-year loan of $431,293 from MELLS LLC, led by Elizabeth Thalheimer.
The residence previously was linked with an April 2018 mortgage of $535,000 held by Malvern National Bank.
RTR purchased the property for $350,000 16 months ago from Breckinridge Campbell Revocable Trust.
A 4,456-SF home in the Maisons neighborhood of west Little Rock’s Chenal Valley neighborhood sold for $615,000.
Rick and Heather Gunther acquired the house from David and Mary Eusanio.
The deal is backed with a 30-year loan of $484,100 from Eagle Bank & Trust of Little Rock.
The residence previously was tied to an August 2018 mortgage of $371,500 held by Bank of America.
The Eusanios bought the property for $630,000 in October 2005 from James F. Holmes Inc.
A 3,895-SF in Little Rock’s Riversedge neighborhood is under new ownership after a $550,000 deal.
Betty Richards purchased the house from the Jeanne G. Andrews Revocable Trust.
The residence was acquired for $350,000 in April 1995 from William and Barbara Adams.
A 4,671-SF home in the Fontenay Circle neighborhood of west Little Rock’s Chenal Valley development drew a $535,000 transaction.
David and Tiffany Kell bought the house from Dan and Twyla Bartel.
The deal is funded with a 30-year loan of $321,000 from Wells Fargo Bank.
The residence previously was linked with a March 2012 mortgage of $417,000 held by the bank.
The Bartels purchased the property for $589,000 in September 2005.
The sellers were Michael and Sharon Moore.