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MARCH 29-30, 2024 REAL ESTATE NEWS | NON-TRADITIONAL REAL ESTATE INVESTING | DESIGN RECIPES MARKETING FEATURE Welcome to Life, Lake-Lived At Barefoot Lakes, A New Home Community in Firestone





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Correcting the record: NAR does not set commissions

Following recent inaccuracies in media coverage, including the false representation or suggestion that the National Association of Realtors® (NAR) requires a standard 6% commission, NAR has issued the following statement:

CHICAGO (March 19) – The National Association of Realtors® (NAR) does not set commissions – they are negotiable. The rule that has been the subject of litigation requires only that listing brokers communicate an offer of compensation. That offer can be any amount, including zero. Other rules throughout the MLS Handbook and NAR policy expressly prohibit MLSs, associations and brokers from setting or suggesting any such amount that should be included in that field. The text of the current rule is linked here and excerpted below, the text of our MLS Antitrust Compliance Policy is linked here and excerpted below, and a notice included in NAR’s MLS Handbook is below.

Again, the current rule that has been the subject of litigation does not set commissions.

As reflected in our release about the proposed settlement agreement, NAR has agreed to put in place a new MLS rule prohibiting offers of broker compensation on the MLS. Commissions remain negotiable, as they have been.

Excerpt from Handbook on Multiple Listing Policy –Commission/Cooperative Compensation Offers, Section 1: Information Specifying the Compensation on Each Listing Filed with a Multiple Listing Service of an Association of Realtors®

In filing property with the multiple listing service, participants make blanket unilateral offers of compensation to the other MLS participants and shall therefore specify on each listing filed with the

service the compensation being offered by the listing broker to the other MLS participants. This is necessary because cooperating participants have the right to know what their compensation will be before commencing their efforts to sell.

The listing broker retains the right to determine the amount of compensation offered to subagents, buyer agents or brokers acting in other agency or non-agency capacities, which may be the same or different.

Excerpt from Handbook on Multiple Listing Policy – MLS Antitrust Compliance Policy

The purpose of multiple listing is the orderly correlation and dissemination of listing information to participants so they may better serve the buying and selling public. Boards and associations of Realtors® and their multiple listing services shall not enact or enforce any rule which restricts, limits or interferes with participants in their relations with each other, in their broker/ client relationships or the conduct of their business in the following areas.

Boards and associations of Realtors® and their MLSs shall not:

1. Fix, control, recommend or suggest the commissions or fees charged for real estate brokerage services (Interpretation 14).

2. Fix, control, recommend or suggest the cooperative compensation offered by listing brokers to potential cooperating brokers.

Excerpt from Handbook on Multiple Listing Policy –Notice to Association Members

Under the long-established policy of this association, the (state) association of Realtors®, and the National Association of Realtors®:

1. The broker’s compensation for services rendered in respect to any listing is solely a matter of negotiation between the broker and his or her client and is not fixed, controlled, recommended or maintained by any persons not a party to the listing agreement.

2. The compensation paid by a listing broker to a cooperating broker in respect to any listing is established by the listing broker and is not fixed, controlled, recommended or maintained by any persons other than the lister broker.

(Amended 4/92)

About the National Association of Realtors®

The National Association of Realtors® is America’s largest trade association, representing more than 1.5 million members involved in all aspects of the residential and commercial real estate industries. The term Realtor® is a registered collective membership mark that identifies a real estate professional who is a member of the National Association of Realtors® and subscribes to its strict Code of Ethics.

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Sears Real Estate marks 52 years of excellence in the industry

GREELEY – Sears Real Estate proudly announces its 52nd anniversary, marking more than half a century of unparalleled service and commitment to the real estate industry and the community. Since 1972, Sears Real Estate has been dedicated to providing world-class service and helping clients achieve their dreams of homeownership.

Over the past 52 years, Sears Real Estate has remained steadfast in its mission to be simply the best in Northern Colorado real estate. From its humble beginnings to becoming a cornerstone of the Northern Colorado real estate landscape, it has continually adapted to market trends and technological advancements while staying true to its core values.

Sears Real Estate was founded by Doug Sears, who contributed to the community and was widely respected for his success, intelligence, integrity and vision. Doug’s legacy helped provide it with

the reputation Sears Real Estate has today — as the preeminent name in real estate brokerage services.

As Sears Real Estate celebrates this significant milestone, it reflects on the countless clients it has helped

find homes, and the investors it has supported in achieving its financial goals. Each transaction has contributed to the Sears Real Estate legacy of excellence and has reinforced its commitment

to serving the community with hometown care and values.

Throughout the years, Sears Real Estate has built a reputation for professionalism, reliability and market expertise. Its family of agents is the best of the best in Northern Colorado. You won’t find a group of real estate agents with more local knowledge or community connections.

Looking ahead, the company is excited about the opportunities that the future holds. It remains committed to delivering exceptional results and exceeding expectations in the Northern Colorado real estate market for years to come.

For more information about Sears Real Estate and its services, visit or email

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Energy efficient windows can help you sell your home

One of the most cost-effective renovation jobs you can perform is window replacement. In fact, according to Remodeling Magazine, you’ll realize a nearly 73 percent return on the money you invest in installing vinyl windows. Replacing wood windows returns nearly 79 percent of your investment.

Saving money is attractive to homebuyers

Keep in mind that 15 to 22 percent of heat loss occurs through a

home’s windows, so energy-efficient windows are a hot selling point. Saving money, however, is but one benefit of replacing old windows.

Others include:

More sunlight

Low-E windows reduce the amount of solar heat that enters the home while maintaining the amount of light that enters a room.


Because the frame, space and glazing materials resist heat conduction, condensation is reduced.

Protection from fading

Plastic films and coatings reduce ultraviolet radiation, which causes fading of carpets and upholstery.

Tax savings

You may qualify for a tax credit of up to $500 for many energysaving improvements to the home, including these new windows.

Whether or not you’ll enjoy tax savings from installing new windows in your home by the time you read this is up in the air. Congress waits until the last minute to extend or end tax breaks and, so far, the energy tax credit has been extended each year. Check with your tax professional to be sure.

When shopping for new energyefficient windows you’ll find a variety of types and materials. Frames may be aluminum, wood, vinyl or wood clad in vinyl or aluminum. Vinyl windows provide a higher level of efficiency than the less-expensive aluminum windows.

The process of choosing new windows may be confusing, but the folks at the Efficient Windows Collaborative have recommendations for both new and existing homes.

Energy efficiency is important to many of today’s homebuyers so make sure that if you’ve made improvements you let your agent know about them.

Rob Proctor is the Broker/Owner of At Home Real Estate Company in Loveland. Born and raised in Loveland, Rob calls Northern Colorado (Loveland, Fort Collins, Greeley and Windsor) his home with his wife and three daughters. To contact Rob, call 970.481.2133, e-mail or visit

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Thinking about moving out of state? Check the Housing Affordability Index

Considering a move to a new state? It’s essential to assess housing affordability in your desired relocation area.

The National Association of Realtors® (NAR) offers a tool for this purpose. NAR has diligently tracked this index nationwide for years, providing insight into its change over time. The index is updated monthly by NAR, facilitating easy comparisons and informed decisions.

The index assesses whether a “typical” family could afford a mortgage on a “typical” home, but what defines “typical”? For calculation purposes, the typical family (or buyer if not a family) refers to those earning the median income nationally and locally. Income data from the U.S. Census Bureau is utilized. The typical home is the median-priced single-family home nationally, reported monthly by NAR, and in your researched area.

The next factor taken into account is the prevailing interest rates for mortgage loans. NAR uses the effective interest rate on loans closed on existing homes as published by the Federal Housing Finance Board.

But wait, there’s more! A couple more assumptions need to be made. The calculation is going to assume two more factors. First, a down payment of 20% of the home price. Second, a qualifying ratio of 25%. A qualifying ratio of 25% means the monthly principal and interest payment cannot exceed 25% of the median family’s income.

If you are interested in the entire formula used to compute the index, the exact calculations are available on the NAR website. For purposes of this article, let’s just talk about the results of the algorithm. Once the calculations have been applied and a number comprising the index as a result, what does it mean?

A value of 100 means that a median-income family has the exact amount of income to qualify for the monthly mortgage payment at the current interest rate for a median-priced home. When the index rises above 100, that means the median income earned has more than enough income to qualify for a median-priced home. Expressed another way, an index of 120, means that the income earner has 120% of the income required to buy the median-priced home. As that number increases to say 150, the income earner has 150% of the income needed, which in turn means as the index goes up, affordability goes up. At the other end of the scale, an index of 80 means the income earner is only making 80% of what is required to buy that median-priced home, which in turn means homes are less affordable.

Remember, all real estate is local, so national statistics don’t really mean very much. It would be like getting a national average temperature in a weather report to decide whether to wear a coat to work. You get the idea: Minneapolis is vastly different from Miami. Remember above 100 is the index baseline. The higher the number indicating the highest affordability. Housing was the most affordable shortly after the recession ended. The inventory shortage has created the lowest, least affordable, index in years.

Let’s take a look at a sample of the data:

Contact a Realtor® in the area to which you are relocating and they will have the resources to obtain the index for that area.

Duane graduated with a business degree and a major in real estate from the University of Colorado in 1978. He has been a Realtor® in Boulder since that time. He joined RE/MAX of Boulder in 1982 and has facilitated over 2,500 transactions over his career. Living the life of a Realtor and being immersed in real estate led to the inception of his book, Realtor for Life. For questions, e-mail, call 303.441.5611 or visit

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What you should know about non-traditional real estate investing

There’s more than one way to build wealth through real estate. If you’ve been wondering how to expand your portfolio, there are several options you should know about. The types of investments I share below are a different ballgame than traditional property ownership, and may offer new and exciting ways to grow your wealth. Here’s what you should consider:

Real estate partnerships

If you own a home in Colorado, chances are good that you’ve been blown away by the equity you’re building. Our state, and especially the Boulder area, is an excellent choice for holding real estate. If you’re ready to branch out into other forms of investment, you may be interested in exploring real estate partnerships. There are several ways to become part of a partnership, and it can be as easy as joining forces with an investor that you know and trust (ideally, someone who has experience in property acquisition, management, or development). As part of a partnership, you aren’t required to pay corporate income tax or other entity-related taxes. You’ll simply pay individual income taxes based on your share of the profit. Partnerships are also appealing because you can pool resources to invest in properties that would otherwise be out of reach, such as raw land for development or apartment complexes. Keep in mind that as of January 1st, 2024, LLCs and limited partnerships are now required to report ownership data to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN). This department of the U.S. Treasury is collecting data in accordance with the Corporate Transparency Act. If you have any questions about which types of entities are required to report, please contact your tax professional.

Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)

If you’re not interested in being directly involved in real estate ownership and management, real estate investment trusts (REITs) may be a great option for you. REITs are entities that possess, manage, or provide financial backing for income-generating real estate assets. In other words, your investment will be part of a larger entity that owns or finances real estate such as offices, apartment buildings, retail centers, and other types of incomeproducing properties. Public REITs are traded on major stock exchanges, but there are also private REITs and public non-traded REITs.

Real Estate Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs)

Like REITs, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are typically traded on stock exchanges and offer investors a diversified portfolio of real estate assets. These are investment funds that often track an underlying index or sector, and are typically focused on real-estate-related companies (think: REITs, developers, and property management firms). With EFTs, you’re invested in a basket of securities without being involved in

Real estate notes

Real estate notes are another form of indirectly investing in real estate. Investing in real estate notes means that you’ll purchase or invest in a mortgage or deed of trust. Essentially, your investment will serve as a lender and you’ll receive regular interest payments from borrowers. If you’d like to invest in real estate notes, you can buy them directly from banks, mortgage lenders, or other investors. This option can be excellent for those who are interested in a steady revenue stream, and it also offers the potential for capital appreciation if the note is sold for more than it was purchased for.


Real estate crowdfunding is growing in popularity, and it’s no wonder why! This flexible form of investing allows just about anyone to become an investor. Through crowdfunding, you can pool your resources with hundreds or even thousands of other investors to own a share of a property. Most platforms require a minimum investment, but this threshold is often much smaller than

what you’d need for a partnership or other form of real estate ownership. Through platforms such as Fundrise or CrowdStreet, you can get started with growing your portfolio.

Investing in real estate is one of the most established and reliable ways to grow wealth. If you’re not keen about buying rental properties or flipping houses, the less traditional options I’ve discussed here could be great additions to your portfolio. If you’d like to diversify your assets through real estate, your tax professional and wealth management team should be your first points of contact. If you prefer to go the traditional route and purchase a property to live in or rent out contact your local real estate agent.

Jennifer is an award-winning, licensed Realtor® at milehimodern real estate with more than twenty years of experience. She specializes in Luxury neighborhoods, home builders and current market conditions in the Boulder, Colorado market. Visit, e-mail by visiting contact or call 720.802.3050.

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Investing in real estate is one of the most established and reliable ways to grow wealth. (Photo courtesy: Jennifer Egbert).


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At Barefoot Lakes, A New Home Community in Firestone

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Imagine living in a community that encourages you to not only connect with your neighbors. But also with nature. One where two signature lakes, miles of trails, and playful parks o er plenty of opportunities for exploration. And where a new collection of homes designed for the community is now open, along with two new models. at’s exactly what Barefoot Lakes o ers its residents. Along with a location that puts you in an ideal position to explore all that Northern Colorado has to o er.

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A day at Barefoot Lakes offers a variety of choose-your-own adventures. Grab your paddleboard, kayak or shing pole and head down to the lakes.

Quietly tucked away, but directly off I-25, Barefoot Lakes’ location is convenient to all the things you love about Colorado

With a fresh take on classic design, you’ll find lots of natural light, oversized walk-in pantries, convenient mudrooms for keeping everyone’s gear in one place, and even the option to add a dog wash for muddy paws. Two brand-new models showcase the thoughtful craftsmanship of the portfolio.

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While white walls allow for the greatest amount of flexibility. There is still the desire to add both color and interest to help make a room finished with color and texture. Beyond the traditional accent wall there are some other options that include wallpaper and even wall stickers.

When looking to add a bit of interest to your walls, here are some top tips.


Wallpaper comes in myriad colors, patterns and textures as well as price

points. Wallpaper also remains ontrend and has regained popularity for use in spaces from living rooms and dining spaces to bedrooms and bathrooms. Be sure to properly measure your walls and compare to the width and height of the wallpaper you are purchasing so you don’t purchase too much or too little. A professional installation is also recommended.

Wall stickers

Wall stickers have come a long way and are now used in a variety of ways and can perk up nearly any room of the home. Wall stickers are a non-permanent way to add interest to walls but also allow for one’s

imagination to flow. Place stickers in whimsical or creative ways while also allowing for “negative” space. Leaving certain areas white or uncovered will allow the wall stickers to take center stage.

Accent walls

Not ready to take the plunge painting an entire room? An accent wall is an easy and simple way to add color to a room. One can add an accent wall that blends or complements existing decor or in a contrasting color for more of a “wow” factor.

Quick design recipes tips

• Paint a single accent wall a contrast color if looking for a “pop of color” that won’t overwhelm.

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In fact, xeriscaping originated in Colorado, emerging in the 1980s when the Denver Water Department coined the term “xeriscape” and educated the public about water-conscious landscaping, writes Sky-Hi News. While home shoppers love an inviting grass lawn,

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5 and has no known disease issues, so it does not require pesticide sprays, making it wellsuited for children and pets.

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Blue grama grass thrives in full sun, requiring four to six hours of direct sunlight daily, and it is not easily scorched in full sun — making it ideal for Boulder County’s sunny climate. Additionally, it can thrive in a variety of well-drained soil types.

While replacing your lawn with blue grama might require

some prep work, consulting with a local landscaping professional can help you determine the best course of action for your yard. But with its low water needs and stunning appearance, blue grama grass is a sustainable and attractive option for Colorado homeowners seeking a hasslefree lawn that adds appeal and value to home shoppers.

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To view a more cities and a more complete list of new home communities and builders across the Colorado Front Range, view our interactive map online at:

Our region is home to more than 700,000 residents and includes some of the most diverse, natural landscapes and sustainable development along the Northern Front Range of Colorado. It’s no wonder why those who live here stay and why our the area is coveted as a place to relocate to. Here we highlight a selection of the area’s new home communities and which builders are building where.


1 Farmstead

Builder: Sage Homes

2 Rose Farm Acres

Builder: Richmond American


4 Velo Condos

Builder: Thistle Velo LLC


5 Baseline Colorado

Builders: Boulder Creek

Neighborhoods, Meritage Homes, Thrive Home Builders

6 Vive on Via Varra

Builder: Meritage Homes


7 Coal Creek Commons

Builder: Century Communities

8 Colliers Hill

Builders: Boulder Creek

Neighborhoods, KB Home, Richmond American

9 Compass

Builder: Lennar

11 Erie Highlands

Builder: Oakwood Homes

12 Erie Village

Builder: Porchfront Homes

13 Flatiron Meadows

Builder: KB Home, Taylor Morrison, Toll Brothers

14 Morgan Hill

Builder: Lennar

15 Rex Ranch

Builder: Taylor Morrison

16 Westerly

Builder: McStain Neighborhoods, SLC Homes, Wonderland Homes

17 Wild Rose

Builder: Lennar


18 Barefoot Lakes

Builder: Brookfield Residential, Creekstone Homes, Lennar, Richmond American Homes


57 Northfield

Builder: Landmark Homes


19 Seasons at Silverstone

Builder: Richmond American Homes


20 Northridge Trails Townhomes

Builder: Hartford Homes

21 Promontory

Builder: Journey Homes


22 Park House

Thompson River Ranch

Builder: Oakwood Homes

23 The Ridge at Johnstown

Builder: Bridgewater Homes

24 Pintail Commons at Johnstown Village

Builder: Richfield Homes

25 Mountain View

Builder: Baessler Homes


26 Blue Sage

Builder: Markel Homes

27 Avalon Meadows

Builder: Von’s Colorado Concepts

28 Silo

Builder: Cornerstone Homes

29 Silver Creek

Builder: Markel Homes


30 Highlands at Fox Hill

Builders: Dream Finders Homes, Landmark Homes

32 Terry Street Townhones

Builder: New Leaf Properties


33 North End

Builder: Markel Homes


34 The Enclave at Dakota Glen

Builder: Glen Homes

35 The Enclave at Mariana Butte

Builder: American Legend Homes

36 Eagle Brook Meadows

Builder: Bridgewater Homes, Challenger Homes

37 The Lakes at Centerra

Builder: Bridgewater Homes, Landmark Homes, KB Home

38 Kinston at Centerra

Builder: Richmond American Homes, Dream Finders Homes


39 Brookstone

Builder: Windmill Homes

40 Sunfield

Builder: Windmill Homes


41 Downtown Superior

Builder: Thrive Home Builders, Remington Homes

42 Heights at Downtown Superior

Builder: Toll Brothers

43 Lanterns at Rock Creek

Builder: Boulder Creek Neighborhoods

44 Montmere at Autrey Shores

Builder: Koelbel

45 Rogers Farm

Builder: Boulder Creek Neighborhoods


47 Serratoga Falls

Builder: American Legend Homes, Richmond American Homes

48 Timnath Lakes

Builder: Toll Brothers

49 Trailside

Builder: Wonderland Homes

46 Wilder at Timnath Ranch

Builder: Landmark Homes

50 Wildwing Patio Homes

Builder: Hartford Homes


51 Country Farms Village

Builder: Landmark Homes

52 Greenspire

Builder: Windmill Homes

53 RainDance

Builder: American Legend Homes, Hartford Homes, Wonderland Homes

54 Seasons at Hunters Crossing

Builder: Richmond American Homes

55 Vernazza

Builder: Landmark Homes

56 Village East

Builder: Journey Homes



The following Northern Colorado home sales were supplied by Colorado Weekly Homebuyers List., 303.744.2020. Listed are the buyer, the property and the amount.


• Mary Jones -- 980 Welch Ave., Matthew & Melissa Breault, $365,000.

• Melissa Kelley -- 356 Fickel Farm Trail, Meritage Homes Colo. Inc, $488,300.

• Jacob & Kyle Rehmeier -- 525 Capitol Reef St., Ryan & Shanda Glasener, $618,500.

• Timothy & Sherilyn Jeske -- 3521 Curlew Drive, Catherine Rachel Tiller, $650,000.

• Chrystina Tasset -- 3203 Danzante Bay Court, Josh & Elizabeth Piper, $2,950,000.


• Barbara Helon -- 350 Arapahoe Ave. Apt 25, Daniel D Lee, $165,000.

• Stephanie Talder -- 3545 28th St. Apt 206, Boulder City, $230,000.

• Peter & Sally Hammond -- 2727 Folsom St. Apt 315, Dunbar & Julia Hardy, $360,000.

• Mitchell & Nerma Swenning -- 5924 Gunbarrel Ave. Apt A, 5924 Gunbarrel Avenue A LLC, $399,000.

• Leah Swanson -- 6606 Kalua Road, Curtis & Grace Rindels, $520,000.

• William & Kimberly Dykstra -4395 Moorhead Ave., Rodney & Ardith Rietema, $675,000.

• Todd Moy -- 4874 Brandon Creek Drive, Alicia Johns, $684,000.

• Jesus Lira -- 7127 Marshall Drive, Maike M Leberl, $760,000.

• Horace & Mary Briggs -- 2240 Spruce St. Apt A, Jason & Jason Teplitz, $765,000.

• Eliza Gilmore -- 7618 Aberdeen Way, Samuel & Adina Sanders, $800,000.

• Jeff Bardin -- 1557 48th St., Alan & Kristi Benezra, $819,000.

• Jefferson Hofgard -- 5708 Table Top Court, Loretta M Zapp, $820,000.

• Yolanda Florescueva -- 4350 Ludlow St., Katherine M Roche, $850,000.

• Patricia Sherman -- 3301 Arapahoe Ave. Unit 125, Venn Family 2004 Trust, $875,000.

• David Carrick -- 709 18th St., Karlston Nasser, $885,600.

• Gerard Zaffuto -- 2565 Woodstock Place, Matthew A Okrasze-

wski, $890,000.

• Richard & Mandy Chirafisi -- 747 Logan Mill Road, Lynn L Prielipp, $910,000.

• Ian Dewey -- 2829 Springdale Lane, Donald & Jane Creamer, $930,000.

• Alicia Johns -- 690 Gillaspie Drive, Dennis & Carol Beeby, $935,000.

• Lori Seward -- 2350 Hawthorn Ave., Robert & Cynthia Head, $1,125,000.

• Annie Margaret -- 2223 Mead Drive, Jan Bruggen, $1,129,000.

• Bebhinn Stack -- 882 Laurel Ave., Oded & Sarai Levin, $1,150,000.

• Brian Schroy -- 630 Pennsylvania Ave., Charles & Mary Withers, $1,200,000.

• Robert Mass -- 4341 Pali Way, Diana Hoguet, $1,280,000.

• Matthew Epperson -- 4480 Grinnell Ave., Eric & Amanda Ryan, $1,325,000.

• Miles Cooke -- 2080 Orchard Ave., Dechomai Asset Trust, $1,340,000.

• Cynthia & James Mericle -- 240 Dixon Road, Gabriel & Marilynn Manzutto, $1,420,000.

• Kevin Holtzclaw -- 5315 Centennial Trail, Charles L Ross Trust, $1,499,000.

• Vicki & Paul Gardner -- 2975 Jefferson St., Gregory W Blair, $1,525,000.

• Lisa Goodrich -- 1626 North St., Regina B Gray, $1,559,000.

• George Liakaris -- 390 Hollyberry Lane, Edward & Karin Vanbaak, $1,580,000.

• Charles & Ella Nuttelman -- 2835 Dover Drive, Twisted Properties LLC, $1,625,000.

• William Steding -- 1155 Canyon Blvd. Ste 202, David C Anderson, $1,646,000.

• Nicholas & Kristine Peterson -- 4959 Clubhouse Court, F D Wilkins Revocable Trust, $1,700,000.

• Shaun & Bobbi Smillie -- 917 Grant Place, Michael & Ginni Racosky, $1,767,000.

• Alicia Hagge -- 875 Aurora Ave., Donald M Waldman, $1,850,000.

• Alison Gottlieb -- 1510 Sumac Ave., Natalie & Loren Morshead, $1,950,000.

• Christopher & Amy Wendt -- 950 6th St., Paul Daniel Crevello, $2,150,000.

• John & Renee Albert -- 4259 Prado Drive, Paul & Janet Meyer, $2,295,000.

• Marie & Eric Lim -- 4840 6th St., Nichole & Christo Avery, $2,305,000.

• Sarah Brittain -- 3777 Wonderland Hill Ave., Thomas & Maureen Fraser, $2,500,000.

• Barbara Mcintyre -- 7115 Rustic Trail, Belinda Rosenfeld, $2,750,000.

• Marshall & Alison Lees -- 2919 7th St., Jennifer Ann Rhode, $2,825,000.

• Paul & Teresa Bessette -- 3023 Jefferson St., Timothy Allen Chutz, $3,100,000.

• Anita Suchdeo -- 755 Jonquil Place, Majeka 10p D Kek Sf LLC, $3,500,000.

• Jonathan Boatwright -- 3015 Jefferson St., Thomas & Mary Lorden, $3,515,000.


• Ivan Gonzalez -- 4115 Boulder St., Joseph O Cruz, $373,000.

• Maria Bocanegra -- 4012 25th Ave., Leandra & Marvin Heil, $375,000.

• Israel Hernandez -- 3320 Conestoga Court, William & Pearl Alter, $415,000.

• Aaron Lozano -- 3711 Ironhorse Drive, Peter & Christin Christensen, $420,000.

• Eliseo Gonzalez -- 4311 Pennyroyal Lane, Latisha & Jaime Avitia, $425,000.

• Roy & Bobby Baker -- 3303 Rio Grande Ave., William & Darlene Bowers, $430,000.


• Crystal Garcia -- 1409 10th St., Deanna Beard, $235,000.

• Devron & Katie Neely -- 4421 Casa Grande Drive, Joshua R Lard, $258,000.

• James Lockler -- 405 9th St., Neal & Raquel Jandreau, $285,000.

• Kaden Mighell -- 2534 15th Ave., Ivanna & Ryan Mettlen, $305,000.

• Nancy Quiroz -- 2225 5th Ave., Barbara J Ferguson, $310,000.

• Raymond & Gina Lopez -- 117 16th Ave. Court, Dennis C Stitt, $335,000.

• Alaric & Rachel Hoffmeier -- 929 4th St., James Michael Condon, $360,000.

• Amanda Rose -- 401 27th Ave., Peter & N Hkun, $360,000.

• Keagan & Jessica Dollard -- 6806 W 3rd St. Unit 11, Bernadette Frances Schmidt, $360,000.

• Mary Siek -- 2613 18th Ave., Fred & Claretta Coffey, $365,000.

• Arnold & Desiree Atencio -2238 12th St., Joeli & Blanca Urias, $381,000.

• Rachelle Burkhardt -- 1001 43rd Ave. Unit 44, Joanne L Roedel, $387,000.

• Kenya Lawrence -- 2737 W 24th St., Christopher & Gloria Simon, $401,000.

• Diane Reuszer -- 4990 W 8th St.,

Gregory S Tysinger, $410,000.

• David Rodriguez -- 839 50th Ave., Darrick & Lisa Rickard, $427,000.

• Bernard & Karen Boglioli -- 5705 W 5th St., Paul & Judith Callahan, $485,000.

• Sarah Diepen -- 2890 43rd Ave., Brian & Amanda Wells, $489,900.

• Devyn Hernandez -- 6607 5th St., J J Constr Northern Colo. LLC, $491,600.

• Jose Burciaga -- 1833 106th Ave., Accelerated Equity LLC, $504,000.

• Sean Mccartney -- 6603 34th St., Sylvia V Abbott, $512,500.

• Susanne & Adolph Chiste -1357 43rd Ave. Unit 54, Tyler Revocable Trust, $530,000.


• Ashley Hunter -- 2385 Harlequin Place, Landsea Homes Colo. LLC, $420,000.

• Fred Driggs -- 149 Robin Road, LGI Homes Colo. LLC, $458,400.

• Berlyn & Brennen Butts -- 3775 Summerwood Way, Anthony & Alexandria Romeo, $463,000.

• Fred Driggs -- 151 Robin Road, LGI Homes Colo. LLC, $477,300.

• Todd Maxwell -- 589 Piedmontese St., Hartford Constr LLC, $499,600.

• Daniel & Lauren Ruybal -- 729 Crestone St., Century Land Holdings LLC, $510,000.

• Jovani Chavez -- 319 Moss Rock Way, Vanessa Scheikofsky, $545,000.

• Alpha Janga -- 4620 Short Horn Drive, Richmond Am Homes Colo. Inc, $565,000.

• John & Jordan Winterhouse -- 4825 Silverwood Drive, Jason Van Dyke, $638,000.

• Jessica & Christopher Toman -3665 Brunner Blvd., Paul & Sara Volpi, $649,000.


• Emilee & Matthew Schuster -- 303 Quincy Rr Ave., Kelvin S Wood, $425,000.


• Christian Davis -- 223 3rd St., Phi Real Estate LLC, $371,000.


• Denise Belk -- 1048 11th Ave., Betty L Sherman, $229,000.

• Estrella & Cielo Castillo -- 841 Crisman Drive Ste 7, Danielle Leigh Calabrese, $300,000.

• Daniel Sokolov -- 1011 Sonoma Circle Unit F, Lois Jessup, $374,000.

• Emily Cook -- 234 Terry St., Warner & Christine Hersey, $400,000.


• Jacqueline Mckinny -- 845 Independence Drive, Jonathan Wright, $400,000.

• Dylan Rea -- 500 Lashley St. Unit 40, Sandra Sue Farnsworth, $402,500.

• Matthew Champion -- 1128 Meadow St., Mikel J Levine, $414,000.

• Celine Cooper -- 113 E 15th Ave., Allison Leia Edgar, $443,300.

• Amanda & Fredrick Green -255 High Pt. Drive Apt G207, Highlands Foxhill Homes LLC, $444,200.

• Brian Connell -- 942 Rose St., Ryan & Robert Loos, $450,000.

• Ian & Laura Ebersole -- 1232 Atwood St., Andrew J Uryevick LLC, $465,000.

• Katie Kavanaugh -- 1019 S Gay Drive, Juan G Molina, $465,000.

• Lin Zhu -- 63 Avocet Court, Geoffrey L House, $470,000.

• Meri Mullins -- 2824 Troxell Ave., Opendoor Property Trust I, $490,000.

• Jonathan Lawson -- 1309 Judson St., Lois Hutchins Living Trust, $497,900.

• Timothy Brawner -- 1250 Trail Ridge Road, Dat D Nguyen, $501,000.

• Dane Cash -- 1425 S Sherman St., Michael George, $514,500.

• Jodie Mares -- 164 High Pt. Drive, Highlands Foxhill Homes LLC, $514,800.

• Amy & Grayce Sutcliffe -- 937 Pinon Court, Lloyd Capital LLC, $532,000.

• Philip Freiberg -- 133 Grant St., Cathlin Grace Hyatt, $535,000.

• John Lehr -- 737 Arrowood St., Todd & Jeffrey Houghton, $540,000.

• Elizabeth Thomas -- 2254 Watersong Circle, Steven W James, $540,000.

• Kevin Mihelich -- 657 Snowberry St., Anthony J Carroll, $547,000.

• Arin Scalise -- 1880 Mount Sneffels St., Recycled Properties LLC, $550,000.

• Carrie Vaillancourt -- 1500 Calkins Ave., Beacon Properties LLC, $555,000.

• Colin Baxter -- 49 Ash Court, Home Brokers LLC, $555,000.

• Janae Csavina -- 1639 Lincoln Court, Marion Barnes Living Trust, $606,000.

• Karen & Gary Masden -- 2552 Wedgewood Ave., Cert Properties LLC, $612,000.

• Sung Yoon -- 3721 Staghorn Drive, Opendoor Property Trust I, $616,000.

• Anita Small -- 41 Acorn Creek Court, DFH Mandarin LLC, $619,900.

• Kirk & Mary Wilkinson -- 1528 Prairie Hawk Drive, Charles & Karla Harmon, $629,000.

• Daniel & Madison Tsubota -- 13616 Topaz Place, Melody Homes Inc, $638,900.

• Joan Paskewitz -- 12765 Columbine Drive, Carolyn Mueller, $644,000.

• Laura & Christopher Meinzen -- 3706 Columbia Drive, Shelli & Neil Sittler, $646,600.

• Kyle & Haley Thiem -- 1881 Trevor Circle, Edward & Carrie Trochim, $650,000.

• Curtis & Grace Rindels -- 1511 Mayfield Lane, Collin & Caroline Marcotte, $660,000.

• Eunice Merideth -- 721 Folklore Ave., Harolyn J Huerta, $685,000.

• Megan & Lauren Falvey -- 228 Homestead Parkway, Nicholas & Kate Mooney, $685,000.

• Thomas Shook -- 2905 S Flat Circle, DFH Mandarin LLC, $704,000.

• Allison & Stephen Kornahrens -- 415 Karsh Drive, Michael E Brubaker, $730,000.

• Matt & Allison Hull -- 4881 Preserve Place, Lennar Colo. LLC, $730,000.

• Deborah Ludington -- 4812 Preserve Place, Lennar Colo. LLC, $755,000.

• Natalie Salaets -- 630 Teal Circle, Allison & Craig Gapter, $825,900.

• Ian Mangan -- 1920 Vaquero St., Terry Torres, $845,000.

• Kristi Stahli -- 7258 Mount Meeker Road, Jodi Lindgren, $852,000.

• Nicholas & Jessica Zangre -1012 Katy Lane, Denis Michel Darmon, $999,000.

• Tammara Lockett -- 1721 Montgomery Circle, Duane & Troy Terry, $1,119,000.

• Erin & Adam Besen -- 4767 Summerlin Place, Igor Jose Rodriguez, $2,275,000.


• Jorge Gonzalez -- 1509 Rancho Way, Jorge Quinones, $200,000.

• Cara Ablondi -- 1013 E 3rd St., Nora Fan, $379,000.

• Makala & Jesse Earle -- 2127 Campo Court Unit 104, Jane C Davis, $390,000.

• Sandra & Scott Smith -- 411 E 3rd St., Cynthia A Fronk, $394,300.

• Jeremiah Greylock -- 4180 S Park Drive Unit 202, Datlac LLC, $415,300.

• Koiula & Audrey Davis -- 718 Blue Azurite Ave., Carter Blake LLC, $434,000.

• Jamie & Joshua Palmer -- 2327 S Douglas Ave., Laura Condo, $449,000.

• Janet Davies -- 1954 Pikes Peak Drive, Melanie Roddam Ash, $480,000.

• Robert & Cecile Whitlock -- 4415 Deyo Place, Janet Lee Egan, $485,000.

• Tyler Thompson -- 1720 Twin Lakes Circle, Robert & Deborah Vanvynck, $485,000.

• Gregory Granger -- 4056 Cypress Court, Jeremy & Candyce Everett, $490,000.

• Liliana & Andrew Gala -- 1315 Jennifer Court, Kate & Aaron Atlee, $499,000.

• Willard & Laura Humphries -504 Chestnut Drive, M L Remodeling Services LLC, $500,000.

• Kimberly Cooper -- 4147 Trapper Lake Drive, Tatlac LLC, $519,000.

• Callie Switzer -- 3189 Aries Drive, Autumn Roberts, $527,500.

• Thoburn Stamm -- 3388 Da Vinci Drive, Aspen Homes Colo. Inc, $535,400.

• Brian & Kristine Terpstra -- 4790 Rodin Drive, Aspen Homes Colo. Inc, $545,800.

• Neal & Briana Blanton -- 2475 White Pelican Ave., DFH Mandarin LLC, $555,000.

• Brett & Jillian Shandra -- 4128 Montmorency Place, Corey & Janet Okonek, $565,000.

• Shannon Teague -- 243 Morgan Drive, Travis Eideh, $565,000.

• Ricky & Michelle Busch -- 2515 Glendale Drive, Robert & Robin Weesner, $640,000.

• Suzanne Wolf -- 5164 Single Tree Drive, Harlene B Cason Trust, $800,000.

• Michael Remshard -- 3008 Elevado Court, Feeney Bros LLC, $807,500.

• Glen Ferguson -- 6410 N County Road 27, Janet R Morger, $924,000.

• Ellen & Michael Ramos -- 2109 S County Road 21, Stanley & Kathleen Matsunaka, $1,025,000.

• Catherine Tiller -- 209 Ranch Acres Drive, Joshua & Erin Gilmore, $1,117,500.

• Daniel & Jill West -- 2902 Lake Verna Drive, Bridgewater Homes LLC, $1,140,000.

• Gregory & Brittany Schneider -4408 Nolan Lake Court, Bridgewater Homes LLC, $1,166,000.


• Elijah Sher -- 8050 Niwot Road Apt 30, Blanca Olivia Barrios, $325,000.

• Chester Palmer -- 8902 Morton Road, Donald L Guthals, $924,000.

• Ethan & Caroline Chutkow -8861 Marathon Road, Josh Karp, $1,325,000.


• Jordan & Amber Crenshaw -915 Milner Pass Road, Journey Homes LLC, $447,400.

• David & Crystal Colemere -939 Milner Pass Road, Journey Homes LLC, $447,700.

• Brian & Casey Seggern -- 90 Evans St., Dawn L Linnemann, $452,500.

• Adam Kline -- 921 Milner Pass Road, Journey Homes LLC, $461,800.

• Neil Konitzer -- 903 Milner Pass Road, Journey Homes LLC, $461,800.

• Dalton & Kalee Howell -- 872 Cliffrose Way, Jacobe & Heather Gloyd, $469,000.

• Tanner Holoubek -- 308 Torreys Drive, Kenneth Quintana, $475,000.

• April Curry -- 926 Milner Pass Road, Journey Homes LLC, $481,200.

• Tanesha Whittle -- 850 Forest Canyon Road, Journey Homes LLC, $485,400.

• Jane & Stacy Carlson -- 630 Sawyers Pond Drive, Melody Homes Inc, $488,400.

• Jessica & Deborah Maresca -1740 Bright Shore Way, Emelie Corporan, $510,000.

• Hanna Gomez -- 340 Central Ave., 2e Invest LLC, $610,000.

• Vance & Bonnie Briese -- 1603 Lake Vista Lane, Thomas & Janeen Kiel, $625,000.

• Matthew & Ashley Chernak -- 1105 Corona Drive, Bonnie L Nail, $780,000.


• Brianna & Ryan Vaughn -- 535 Sherwood Court, Barbara Smith, $458,500.

• Spencer Johnson -- 660 Moonglow Drive, Weston Loren Summers, $479,000.

• Richard Sauter -- 1651 Merton Court, Len Properties LLC, $480,000.

• Nathan & Alma Lloyd -- 1938 Golden Horizon Drive, Brian & Heather Crowder, $535,000.

• Kevin Horst -- 1937 Covered Bridge Parkway, Kevin N Roark, $540,000.

• Kenneth & Sheila Wyatt -- 8201 Lighthouse Lane Court, Donald & Virginia Massey, $565,000.

• Angel Parra -- 5161 Carmon Drive, James Markham, $570,500.

• Vanessa Bouchard -- 183 Kitty Hawk Court, Michael & Susan Kusman, $630,000.

• Taylor & Amber Smith -- 7848 Windsong Road, Vicki L Baier, $947,000.

• Dean & Amanda Rucker -6911 Alexander Drive, Mark A Pflipsen, $985,000.

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