A 35,211-SF church on the edge of North Little Rock weighed in at $3.8 million.
Team Summit LLC, led by Gloria Timmons, bought the 7318 Windsong Drive project, Oasis Church, led by Jordan Bowen.
The deal is backed with a 25-year loan of $3.8 million from Southern Bancorp Bank of Arkadelphia.
Oasis purchased the 12.4-acre, former Windsong Performing Arts development for $3.8 million in January 2009 from International Brokers Inc., led by Steve and Becky Witkowski.
The church acquired an adjoining 4 acres in June 2012 as part of a $260,000 deal with the Witkowskis.
A 13.31-acre industrial parcel in North Little Rock tipped the scales at $1.49 million.
Central Commerce Center LLC, a local investment group led by Isaac Smith, purchased the land at 9401 Diamond Drive from SBD Investments LLC of Tulsa.
Construction of a 200,000-SF building is funded with a seven-year loan of $11.3 million from First National Bank of Paragould.
The land was acquired in September 2004 as part of a $992,000 deal with The Harris Family Co. LLC, led by Max Harris.
A five-unit apartment property in downtown Little Rock sold for $500,000.
Blackhat Quarters LLC, led by Adam Smith, bought the 1410 Gaines St. project from Judson-Millard House LLC, led by Jill Judy and Mark Brown..
The 0.17-acre development was purchased at a $92,930 foreclosure sale in June 2012.
The previous owner was Timothy Wilson Jr.
A 2.84-acre mobile home park in southwest Little Rock changed hands in a $275,000 deal.
Coffer Lane MHP LLC of Keller, Texas, acquired its namesake project at 3507 Coffer Lane from HSD Properties LLC of Gault, California.
The deal is financed with a five-year loan of $350,000 from the Scott A. Boyd Living Trust of Beaver Dam, Wisconsin.
The property was bought six months ago as part of a $215,000 deal with the estate of Dorothy Grable.
Rock Solid Buy
A 5,080-SF commercial building in North Little Rock rang up a $288,000 sale.
E-C Investments LLC of Nixa, Missouri, purchased the Rock Solid Restoration project at 4924 Hillard Road from Kelcro Properties LLC, led by Ron Keltner and Jimmy Crossfield.
The 0.59-acre was acquired in December 2011 as part of a $498,000 deal with Crossfield Plumbing & Rooter Service, led by Jimmy and Reggie Crossfield.
A 7,217-SF home on the northern edge of Little Rock weighed in at $1.5 million.
Ahmed Ali and Noha Mohammed bought the house on the Arkansas River near Two Rivers Park from the Deena L. Burnett Revocable Trust.
The deal is backed with a 30-year loan of $1.4 million from First Horizon Bank of Memphis.
The residence was purchased for $1.2 million in September 2010 from Conkin Enterprises Inc., led by Jeanette Flemister.
A 4,818-SF home in Sherwood’s Austin Lakes on the Bay neighborhood drew a $700,000 transaction.
Gregory and Carolyn Mehaffey acquired the house from the Dean E. Dimichele Trust. The deal is funded with a 30-year loan of $548,750 from Arvest Bank of Fayetteville.
The 3.32-acre residential spread was bought for $633,750 in July 2015 from Alvin Schultz.
A 4,197-SF home in west Little Rock’s Ensbury Place neighborhood is under new ownership after a $675,000 deal.
Taylor and Rebecca Hale purchased the house from Alexander and Hope Hood. The deal is financed with a 30-year loan of $175,000 from First Security Bank of Searcy.
The Hoods acquired the residence for $629,000 in April 2019 from J&T Custom Homes LLC, led by Jimmy Johnson.
A 5,322-SF home in west Little Rock’s Lamarche Place sold for $635,000.
Elias and Rebekah Fowlkes bought the house from Douglas and Cinda Rich.
The deal is backed with a 30-year loan of $500,000 from Gateway Mortgage Group of Jenks, Oklahoma.
The Riches purchased the residence for $461,000 in March 2000 from Carl Gray Henson Inc.
A 3,822-SF home in the Cammack Woods neighborhood changed hands in a $633,000 deal.
Patrick and McKenzie Murphy acquired the house from Brian and Emily Abrahamson.
The deal is funded with a 30-year loan of $506,400 from Eagle Bank & Trust of Little Rock.
The Abrahamsons bought the residence for $556,500 in May 2018 from CJS Holdings LLC, led by Joey Stoll.
St. John’s Wood
A 2,510-SF home in the St. John’s Wood neighborhood of Little Rock rang up a $621,000 sale. Robert and Ashley Younger purchased the house from the Philip & LIndsey Gray Joint Revocable Trust. The deal is financed with a 30-year loan of $496,800 from United Wholesale Mortgage LLC of Pontiac, Michigan.
The Grays acquired the residence for $524,000 in March 2012 from Fred and Heather Brister.
A 4,295-SF home in west Little Rock’s River Ridge neighborhood drew a $599,000 transaction.
Gwendolyn and Gary Jones bought the house from the Perkinson Family Revocable Trust, led by David and Angela Perkinson.
The deal is backed with a 30-year loan of $479,200 from Wells Fargo Bank of Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
The residence was purchased for $550,000 in April 2017 from Linda Butler and William Bishop.
A 1,563-SF condominium in downtown Little Rock is under new ownership after a $580,000 deal.
Jefferson and Theresa Stalnaker acquired the 14th-floor unit in the River Market Tower from John and Kay Tatum.
The deal is funded with a 30-year loan of $522,000 from Gateway Mortgage Group of Jenks, Oklahoma.
The Tatums assembled the space in deals with James Tanner, $470,000 in June 2015 and RMT II LLC, led by Jimmy Moses and Rett Tucker, $93,000 in May 2016.
A 5,016-SF home in The Maisons neighborhood of west Little Rock sold for $563,000.
Jeffery and Cassandra Chapman purchased the house from the Overacre Revocable Trust, led by Gail Overacre.
The deal is financed with a 30-year loan of $422,250 from Everett Financial Inc. of Dallas.
The residence was acquired for $368,000 in January 2005 from Rector Phillips Morse Inc., led by Loyd Walker.
A 3,439-SF home in west Little Rock’s Woodlands Edge neighborhood changed hands in a $532,000 deal.
Yasir Sultan and Humaira Khan bought the house from Michael Caplan.
The deal is backed with a 15-year loan of $499,700 from 2004-0000135 LLC, an affiliate of Guidance Residential LLC of Reston, Virginia.
Caplan purchased the residence for $405,000 in October 2011 from Ezra Simpson Enterprises Inc.