Clark County real estate transactions recorded Jan. 13-27 having a value of $100,000 or greater. Information is gathered from public records held by the Clark County Circuit Clerk. The Arkadelphian includes names of grantees, grantors, transaction price and property description available, and does not withhold names.
Paduva LLC/Clark County Storage purchased the building formerly housing the Salt & Grain, a building housing a tanning salon and storage units on Pine Street in Arkadelphia for $550,000. The new owner, Paduva LLC, is a Mountain Home company registered to Riley Park. The transaction is being financed by a mortgage of $500,000 through Centennial Bank. Previous owner, Diamond P Investments, is registered to James Pruitt of Arkadelphia. That company’s status as an LLC has been revoked.
JD and Kayla Hammonds purchased 118 acres of pasture land on Bateman Road off of Highway 53 between Gurdon and Okolona for $350,000. Satellite imagery shows two poultry barns are on the property. The transaction is being financed in full through the USDA and the Farm Service Agency. Previous owners Jordan and Morgan Joyce acquired the property in 2019 for $326,000.
Samantha Jo Doss and Victor Bryant purchased a 1,400 SF frame siding home and two acres on Highway 51 near Joan for $142,000. The transaction is being financed with a mortgage of $144,848 through Everett Financial Inc. and Supreme Lending. Previous owner Sera Snow acquire the home in 2020 for $90,000.
Arkansas Realty Services LLC purchased a 1,644 SF brick home and 9.6 acres on Helms Road for $114,423. The registered agent of Arkansas Realty Services is Jonathan Huber of Arkadelphia. In a separate transaction, the property was sold to Corey King for $182,000, with Huber acting as a third party. King is financing the transaction with a mortgage of $176,490 through Everett Financial Inc. Previous owners were David and Linda Kelly.
Courtney Speights and Constance Bloodworth purchased a 2,508 SF brick home on Mockingbird Lane in Arkadelphia for $235,900. The transaction is being financed by a mortgage of $175,925 through SWBC Mortgage Corp. Previous deed holder was Fauline Frazier Revocable Trust.
Pilot Travel Centers LLC acquired the deed to the property at its truck stop and 6.35 acres on Valley Street in Caddo Valley for $1.5 million. The deed was previously in the name of Loman Management LLC, a company whose registered agent is Jeff Davis of Malvern.
Anthony Magsby purchased a 1,221 SF brick home on O’Connell Street in Arkadelphia for $126,000. Magsby is financing the transaction with a mortgage of $123,717 through Supreme Lending. Previous owner Haley Hebert acquired the property in 2021 for $124,000.
The Arkansas State Highway Commission acquired the land and building on Pine Street where Lucky Liquor operated its business until moving across the street. The lot sold for $429,950. Records indicate the previous deed holder was Coulson Properties Limited Partnership, whose registered partners are Michael and Beth Coulson of North Little Rock.
Amber and Ronald Courteaux purchased a 2,048 SF frame siding home and 8 acres of timber on Highway 51, west of Joan, for $280,000. The transaction is being financed by a mortgage of $274,928 through Everett Financial Inc. and Supreme Lending. Previous owners Into and Edyta Schranz acquired the property in 2011 for $173,000.
The Arkansas State Highway Commission purchased a commercial property on Clay Street in Arkadelphia for $232,479. Records indicate the property, previously owned by Billy and Kathie Dunn, once housed the operation of Kid Source Therapy.
The Arkansas State Highway Commission purchased 3+ acres of land and a commercial property located on Highway 67, north of Siplast, for $415,650. Previous owners were Forrest and Wilma Wade.
Veolia North America purchased 5.5 acres of land on Hasley Road for $255,600. Previous owner was Carozza Land Corp. LLC, a company registered to Anthony Carozza of Arkadelphia.
Sexton Family Properties LLC purchased the Pine Street Village strip mall, located at the 2500 block of Pine Street, for $489,000. The transaction is being financed by a mortgage of $360,500 through Malvern National Bank. The deed was previously titled to the David Raymond Bost Trust.