At Home Colorado : July 5-6, 2024

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Curb Appeal Reigns

Highest payback projects when selling your home




Duane Duggan

Cathy Hobbs

Tom Kalinski

Bill Myers



Thais Hafer

Toni McNeill



Mary Romano


Greg Stone

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Thompson Thrift to develop 344-unit luxury multifamily community in Fort Collins


ompson rift, a full-service nationally recognized real estate company and one of the nation’s leading multifamily developers, today announced that it will develop e Landing at Lemay, a 344-unit Class A multifamily community in Fort Collins. Construction will begin in July, and residents are expected to begin moving in late 2025.

“Fort Collins’ rapid growth and strong demand for upscale multifamily housing presents a compelling opportunity,” said Josh Purvis, managing partner for ompson rift Residential. “We believe e Landing at Lemay will be a valuable addition to the local real estate market, delivering on both the needs and wants of Colorado renters.”

Located on 17 acres at the southeast corner of E. Vine Drive and N. Lemay Avenue, e Landing at Lemay will feature 344 apartment homes in one-, two- and threebedroom con gurations. Each of the apartment homes will feature the latest modern amenities, including stainless-steel appliances, a glasstop range, hardwood-style ooring, multiple smart home capabilities and full-sized washers and dryers, to name a few. Select homes may also feature a deluxe closet system with shelving, premium lighting and garage options.

Signature community amenities will include a fully equipped 24hour tness center, resort-style swimming pool, repits, a billiards and shu eboard area, and a dog park and pet spa. Residents will also enjoy socializing and relaxing in the outdoor entertainment kitchen or utilizing the community-wide wi- while working

in the focus suites.

e development will include two rsts for ompson rift: It is the rst of the company’s communities in the West to incorporate carriage homes, with apartment homes built over attached private garages. It will also be the rst ompson rift community to implement large-scale electric vehicle charging capabilities.

“Colorado has renewed and expanded its mandate for EVs to make up 82% of dealer lots by 2032,” said Steve Shaver, senior vice president of construction and design. “ e infrastructure we are including at e Landing at Lemay will support residents who have chosen, or are likely to choose, a vehicle that runs on electricity.”

e Landing at Lemay is strategically located just one mile from downtown Fort Collins, a popular location with several shops, restaurants and bars. Numerous microbreweries and a large retail center anchored by Walmart and e Home Depot are within walking distance.

Fort Collins was ranked the “Number One Place to Live in America in 2020” by

and is Colorado’s third largest market. It is also one of the fastest growing cities in the country and has added more than 12,500 jobs in the past ve years, and the population is expected to increase by than 15,000 residents over the next ve years.

ompson rift is a full-service real estate development company focused on multifamily, groundup commercial, and mixed-use development across the Midwest, Southeast and Southwest. For nearly 40 years, ompson rift has invested more than $5 billion into local communities and has become known as a trusted partner committed to developing high-quality, attractive multifamily, commercial and industrial projects.

e company continues to expand its footprint with eight new residential developments targeted for 2024, including new markets in Georgia, Utah and Idaho. Equity for e Landing at Lemay, ompson rift’s 17th Colorado multifamily community, will be provided by ompson rift 2024 Multifamily Development, LP.

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Erickson Realty rebrands to Enjoy Realty


©2024 Prairie Mountain Media.

FORT COLLINS, (June 27) – Erickson Realty, a trusted name in Northern Colorado real estate, is excited to announce its rebranding to Enjoy Realty. e transition signi es a new chapter for the real estate agency, re ecting a deeper commitment to its clients and community.

Crip and Deb, the real estate team behind

Enjoy Realty, bring years of experience and a deep

understanding of the local market to every client interaction. As they begin this rebranding journey, they are committed to upholding their ethos of providing unparalleled service and guidance to all. Local clients can expect the same professionalism and commitment to excellence that Erickson Realty was known for, now under the banner of Enjoy Realty. e rebrand

celebrates a renewed focus on being a go-to resource for all real estate needs. e Realtors at Enjoy Realty are dedicated to maintaining top real estate agents in the region while o ering a personalized touch that sets them apart. Enjoy Realty serves Larimer, Weld and Boulder counties.

For more information, visit or call 970.988.5634.

Crip Erickson, Owner/Managing Broker
The Landing at Lemay. (Rendering courtesy: Thompson Thrift).

Ever thought of exchanging your home for someone else’s in a place you would like to vacation? Why would you want to do this? First, you can save money! With no hotel or accommodation fees, you will have more money to spend on the trip itself for restaurants, shopping, and activities. Second, you will feel more like a local. Instead of being a hotel room tourist, you will be able to experience the local culture by staying in a neighborhood. Third, the whole experience is more sustainable and environmentally friendly. Rather than demanding clean, fresh rooms and sheets every day, you save on the consumption of resources.

In today’s world, the whole process is much easier than you might imagine. At first, it might seem very risky or daunting, but it can be a safe and secure way to travel. The key element is doing your research and picking a reputable home exchange

website or platform.

The most successful websites or platforms will have a few key features to enhance your security.

The first is an identity check. Identities and addresses of all the members are verified, along with a check of the quality and availability of the member’s home.

Second is a review and ratings platform. A top website will allow their members to leave feedback and ratings for hosts and guests and will also display the number of exchanges they have completed.

Third is financial coverage. A reputable site will offer insurance, and guarantees to protect members from damages, cancellations or disputes. They also provide customer support for assistance for any emergencies or issues that come up.

Fourth, check to see what each site charges to join and what other fees there might be. Check for policies on cancellations, payment options. Compare what the site offers for the price. Are there robust search filters or any human help to coordinate exchanges? Remember, the cheapest option is not always the best option, especially for cancellation or damage coverage.

Here are a few of the top-rated sites to get your home swap journey started:

• claims to be the world leader in home exchange vacations. It has more than 150,000 members in more than 130 countries.

• Noad caters to the remote worker by vetting their members for fast wi-fi and a work environment in the home.


Intervac is touted as the original home exchange service since 1953! See, it isn’t a new idea. Technology has just made

the process so much easier.

• Swaphouse is a free platform to swap homes with fellow remote workers and digital nomads around the world.

• Homelink is a home swap community celebrating 70 years of home exchange.

Take a look at each one and see if joining a home exchange community would be right for you!

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

27 Buff Ct, Drake

3Bed •2 Bath •1,644 Sqft •1.91Acres

$529,950• MLS #1006657

45 Solitude Ct, Glen Haven

2.68 Acres •$200,000• MLS #1010033

Historically utilized for cattle grazing, this propertyoffers awealth of potential With ahistoryofsupporting 50 pairsofcows, this land has proven itself as a haven for livestock. Consistingoftwo separate parcels, which arebeing sold together,over halfof the north parcel is planted withcrested wheatgrass. A well is alreadyinstalled,providing areliable source of water to both parcels.

Nestled on just under 2acres atop Storm Mountain,offering a spacious living room with picturesquewindows.Updated kitchen with stainless appliances, newcabinets, andgranitecounters. Easy access to the BigThompson River, trails of RockyMountain NationalPark, and allthatEstesPark andLovelandhavetooffer!

Oneofthe best lots in The RetreatareaofGlenHaven! This 2.68acre lot is conveniently located withyear round access andjust20minutes fromEstes Park and40minutes from Loveland. The terrain and access to this property make it aperfect location for building. The Sellersalreadycompleted asite plan, soilstesting, andeven hada transformerinstalled across the road.

Mountain Home on Storm Mountain
Vacant Land Near Estes Park


$449,000,3 Beds, 2Baths, 1100 SqFt

4Beds, 3Baths, 1808SqFt MaryRomano 303-588-8433


$389,000, 2Beds, 2Baths,1188 SqFt

409 2nd AveSUPERIOR $550,000, 8,444 SqFt BEAUTIFUL REMODEL 6622 W96th AveWESTMINSTER


$375,000, 2Beds, 2Baths, 1126 SqFt

$545,000, 3Beds, 2Baths,1632 SqFt


$350,000, 1Bed, 1Bath, 400 SqFt

Life transitions: Empty nesters or multi-generational housing

Each aspect of the five major stages of real estate life transitions has a way of bringing its own set of challenges and joys. One significant transition many face is when children move out of the house, known as the “empty nest syndrome.” This period, often marked by a mix of pride and melancholy, can profoundly affect parents. On the flip side, a growing trend of children moving back home, creating multi-generational households. Both scenarios offer unique opportunities and challenges that can significantly impact family dynamics and personal well-being. In particular, it almost always influences your housing. Empty nest syndrome occurs when the last child leaves home. This transition can evoke a range of emotions. While parents may feel a deep sense of loss as the daily routines centered around their children come to an abrupt end. However, this period also presents a unique

opportunity for personal growth and renewal. Parents have more time to focus on their interests and hobbies with children out of the house. This can be a time to rediscover passions set aside while raising children. Whether it’s picking up a new hobby, traveling, or even pursuing further education, the empty nest period can be one of rejuvenation and self-discovery. Couples often find that they have more time to spend together, which can strengthen their relationship. This is a chance to reconnect, explore new activities, and rekindle the romance that may have taken a backseat to parenting duties. It’s essential to acknowledge and address the feelings of sadness and loss.

In contrast to the empty nest scenario, there’s a rising trend of adult children moving back home, often due to economic factors, health issues, or life transitions. This shift can lead to the formation of multi-generational households, where different generations live under one roof. Multi-generational living can provide financial benefits, such as shared expenses and savings on housing costs. Additionally, it can strengthen family bonds, offering daily opportunities for connection and support. While

multi-generational living can be rewarding, it also presents challenges. Different generations may have varying expectations, lifestyles, and needs. Establishing clear boundaries and open communication is crucial to ensure harmony within the household. Regular family meetings can help address concerns and create a shared understanding of responsibilities and expectations. One of the key aspects of successful multi-generational living is ensuring that everyone has their own space. This might mean reconfiguring the home to provide private areas for each family member. Respecting each other’s privacy and personal time is essential to maintaining a healthy and respectful environment.

Both empty nest syndrome and multi-generational living represent significant life transitions that require adjustment and resilience. Finding balance during these periods involves recognizing the unique opportunities each phase presents and being proactive in addressing potential challenges. Whether you’re adjusting to an empty nest or navigating the dynamics of a multi-generational household, self-care is vital. Taking time for yourself, maintaining social connections and engaging in

enjoyable activities can help manage stress and maintain well-being. Don’t hesitate to seek support from friends, family, or professionals. Support groups for empty nesters or those involved in multi-generational living can provide valuable insights and a sense of community. Embrace the changes that come with these life transitions. View them as opportunities for growth, connection, and new experiences. By approaching these periods with an open mind and a positive attitude, you can navigate them successfully and find fulfillment in the new dynamics they bring.

In conclusion, the seasons of life, whether marked by children leaving the nest or returning home, are natural and inevitable. As you navigate these transitions, remember that each phase of life brings unique beauty and growth opportunities.

Bill Myers is a Colorado native living in Berthoud, who has been a successful Realtor for more than 47 years and is a SRES certified agent. Call or text Bill at 970.578.1774 or learn more through his website at



1246 Swan Peter Drive

$1,280,000 Sun., 1-3 p.m.

Christine Torres RE/MAX Alliance - Fort Collins (720) 320-1405


162 Alaska Road

$975,000 Fri., 4-5:30 p.m.; Sat., 3:30-5 p.m.; Sun., 12-1:30 p.m. Peyman Razifard Modern Prestige Real Estate (303) 667-8738

44 Deer Trail Road

$1,169,000 Fri., 4:30-6 p.m.; Sat., 1-2:30 p.m.; Sun., 2:30-4 p.m.

Peyman Razifard Modern Prestige Real Estate (303) 667-8738

63 Plains View Road

$1,250,000 Sun., 12-3 p.m.

Kimberly Fels RE/MAX of Boulder (303) 888-5655

2242 Juniper Court

$1,395,000 Sun., 1-3 p.m.

Dale Pearson RE/MAX of Boulder (303) 818-5640

225 Bristlecone Way

$2,300,000 Sat., 12-2 p.m.

Craig Peterson WK Real Estate (303) 913-7594


4168 Fern Ave.

$565,000 Sat., 12-2 p.m.

Mary Romano RE/MAX Alliance (303) 588-8433


1646 Winona Court

$1,130,000 Sun., 12:30-3 p.m.

Mia Ness

Slifer Smith & Frampton (720) 273-7567


3706 Yale Way

$668,000 Sat., 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

Natasha Hubbard RE/MAX Alliance (303) 909-3810

2105 Springs Place

$775,000 Sun., 12-2 p.m.

Mary Romano RE/MAX Alliance (303) 588-8433

7295 Lookout Road

$795,000 Sun., 1-3 p.m.

Rob Justis WK Real Estate (303) 817-0906

6041 Fox Hill Drive

$900,000 Sat., 12-2 p.m.

Heather Berry LoKation Real Estate (303) 827-8659


1775 E 11th St.

$499,900 Sun., 1-3 p.m.

JoAnn Caddoo RE/MAX Alliance - Fort Collins (970) 219-5922

834 Green Mountain Drive

$959,000 Sat., 11 a.m.-2 p.m.

Bob Sprague

Love Northern

Colorado Real Estate (970) 372-8520


8536 Foxhaven Court

$3,100,000 Sun., 12-2 p.m.

Michelle Trudgeon WK Real Estate (720) 272-9547


141 Pine Cone Drive

$497,900 Sun., 1-3 p.m.

Timmy Duggan RE/MAX Elevate (303) 589-3999

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 Front Range of Colorado. 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


20 Northridge Trails Townhomes

Builder: Hartford Homes

21 Promontory

Builder: Journey Homes

59 Cottages at Kelly Farm

Builder: Benchmark Custom Homes


22 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

58 Trail Ridge West

Builder: PR 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

Curb appeal reigns: Highest payback projects when selling your home

Improvements to a home’s exterior lead the top projects for payback, with several returning more than 100% of the investment to home sellers in the Remodeling 2024 Cost vs. Value Report (

published by data solutions provider Zonda. is continues a multiyear trend for exterior projects, providing the greatest return on investment (ROI) when the home is sold.

Nationally, nine out of 10 of this year’s top projects focus on exterior enhancements – consistent with the high value placed on a home’s curb appeal when establishing a home’s selling price.

In the Mountain region, including Colorado, New Mexico, Idaho, Nevada, Arizona and Utah, the No. 1 return is gained from replacing an entry door with steel with 185% ROI, followed by a garage door replacement with 174% ROI. Manufactured stone veneer, a berglass grand entrance and a minor kitchen remodel round out the top ve with ROIs of 124%, 100% and 94%, respectively.

e report highlights a surge in the average values of the top two projects – replacements for garage doors and steel entry doors – nearly doubling their resale value over last year to almost 200% nationwide. Manufactured stone veneer returned an average of more than 150% ROI, making these “hot returns” the highest in the history of the Cost vs. Value Report.

Zonda attributes the high ROI to the advantage move-up buyers have in today’s competitive national real estate market. Zonda considers move-up buyers to be possibly more discerning than rst-time buyers, noting the improvements can signi cantly di erentiate a home, potentially justifying a higher selling price.

Last year’s leading project nationwide and in the mountain states – HVAC conversions or replacing fossil-fuel-burning heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems with electric heat pumps – fell to No. 10 in the mountain states, with a 63.7% ROI. Zonda says lower natural gas and higher electricity prices in 2023 likely drive the decline.

Here are the remodeling projects that topped Colorado and mountain states for the leading ROI in the Remodeling 2024 Cost vs. Value Report:

New entry door

e highest ROI on remodeling in the mountain states is replacing a standard entry door with a new 20-gauge steel door with a clear dualpane half-glass panel. e return is 185% on a $2,275 investment or a resale value of $4,213.

Garage door replacement

is is the second most valuable update you can make to your Colorado home, according to the 2024 Cost vs Value Report. A stylish new garage door makes your home pop with curb appeal. is $4,666 investment returns an estimated $8,138, or 174%. e project analyzed is to remove and replace a 16x7-foot garage door and its tracks with a new four-section garage door made with high-tensile-strength steel with two coats of factory-applied paint. Windows in the top panel are ½-inch insulated glass. e project doesn’t include a new motorized opener.

Manufactured stone veneer

A natural choice for Colorado homes, this popular siding update delivers $13,705 on an $11,025 investment or 124%. e estimated cost is to remove a 300-square-foot band of vinyl siding and replace it with adhered manufactured stone veneer on the bottom third of the street-facing façade. e replacement includes 36 linear feet of sills, 40 linear feet of corners and an outlined entry archway.

Fiberglass Grand Entrance

A berglass grand entrance includes the removal of a basic entry door and replacing it with a wider berglass door anked by decorative halfglass sidelights on either side. is update creates a more inviting and upscale entryway for the home. e return is slightly more than 100% of the money spent on the job. e project costs $10,807 and returns an estimated $10,848.

Minor kitchen remodel

A simple kitchen refresh on a functional 200-square-foot kitchen with 30 linear feet of cabinetry and countertops returns 94% of the

project cost for a midrange home. e project analyzed putting new shakerstyle wood panels and new hardware on cabinet and drawer fronts, replacing the cooktop, oven range, and refrigerator, and adding new laminate countertops and resilient ooring. e project cost is $26,586 and returns $25,077.

Resale value data for each project was aggregated from estimates provided by an online survey conducted by Zonda to over 6,000 Realtors working in cooperation with the Realtors Property Resource of the National Association of Realtors. Complete Remodeling 2024 Cost vs. Value Report data can be downloaded free at Read the full article at: cost-vs-value/2024.

Tom Kalinski is the broker/owner of RE/MAX of Boulder, the local residential real estate company he established in 1977. He was inducted into Boulder County’s Business Hall of Fame in 2016 and has a 40-year background in commercial and residential real estate. For questions, e-mail Tom at, call 303.441.5620 or visit

In the Mountain region, which includes Colorado, the No. 1 return is gained from replacing an entry door with steel with 185% return on investment, followed by a garage door replacement with 174% return on investment.


Family-friendly spaces

Basements as well as lower levels of a home are popular locations to create a family friendly space.

These spaces are typically large, spacious, and open but can prove challenging for homeowners when it comes to function, feel and design.

Family friendly design tip

Often because basements and lower levels are large, in order to maximize space and function consider creating a designed space divided into zones.

Common Family Friendly Zones include:

• Entertainment Zone

• Lounge Zone

• Work Zone

An entertainment zone can serve as a space for playing games and movie watching.

A lounge zone can be a space for entertaining and for activities such as reading and lounging.

A work zone can be more of an adult space for work related activities or where homework can take place.

Family friendly materials

The ideal family friendly materials are easy to wipe, wash or clean.

Materials to consider include:

• Leather

• Leather alternatives such as Naugahyde

• Hospitality grade fabrics

Family friendly colors:

• Orange

• Red

• Yellow

• Green

As lower levels and basements typically don’t receive an abundance of light choose bright, friendly colors that can help to make a space feel lighter. Also incorporate lots of lighting such as overhead lighting, table lamps and floor lamps.

Cathy Hobbs is an Emmy Awardwinning television host and a nationally known interior design home staging expert and short-term rental/vacation home designer. Contact her at or visit her website at ©2024 Tribune News Service.

Basements as well as lower levels of a home are popular locations to create a family friendly space. (Handout/TNS).


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.


• Christopher Cipollone -- 2742 Center Park Way, Christian N Cable, $390,000.

• Casandra Tarchalski -1108 Blue Bell Road, CB Signature Homes LLC, $427,700.

• Kaylee Baerga -- 116 Sprague Ave., Duffy Goodner, $630,000.

• Myles Nicholson -- 1805 Westport Ave., Melody Homes Inc, $660,000.

• Sara Long -- 2915 Newfound Lake Road, Toll Southwest LLC, $1,157,800.

• Erin Mcdaniel -- 5212 Foothills Drive, Michael & Darlene Savage, $1,275,000.


• Kevin Beaber -- 1530 Lehigh St., Kory Lynn Beaber, $45,100.

• Isabella Armand -- 2910 Bluff St. Apt 115, Maria Uspenski, $174,800.

• Kent Beaber -- 1530 Lehigh St., Kory Lynn Beaber, $180,400.

• Brian & Jennifer Simpson -- 2707 Valmont Road Apt 305b, Suzanne Wong, $278,000.

• Bradley & Peter Cobb -- 3715 Birchwood Drive Apt 9, Maura Mcgee, $290,000.

• Adam Lipsius -- 1430 18th St. Apt 6, Nathan D Dyer, $350,000.

• Thomas & Claribel Wendling -- 805 29th St. Apt 401, Jeffrey & Lisa Barber, $400,000.

• Sijae Brown -- 4811 W Moorhead Circle, Sarah Anne Cummo, $515,000.

• Cesare Gritti -- 2867 Sundown Lane Apt 204, Yanowitz Family Trust, $550,000.

• Peter Caterina -- 4500 Baseline Road Apt 3403, Robert J Collett, $608,000.

• Alex Kwiatkowski -- 3105

Euclid Ave., Wayne Andrews, $650,000.

• Heather & Austin White -9256 Galway Road, John & Elizabeth Moorhead, $675,000.

• Michael Walters -- 4894 Briar Ridge Court, Denise & Robert Cummins, $785,000.

• Karen Bernardi -- 4170 Hunt Court, Arlene T Veblen, $788,200.

• Heidi & Stephen Waite -601 Pika Road, Matthew T Mercier, $806,000.

• Maxwell Hofert -- 810 35th St., House Savers LLC, $815,000.

• Gabriel Seitz -- 4545 Whitney Place, Norman & Diane Wells, $920,000.

• William & Jane Reppa -- 890 S 46th St., Terry & Robin Willert, $920,000.

• David Cooper -- 311 Switzerland Park Road, Adam Lee Landkammer, $1,031,000.

• Kenneth & Kelli Harvey -- 7341 S Meadow Court, Two Kuhl LLC, $1,100,000.

• Caroline Treadway -- 2010 Bluff St., Maruta Kalnins, $1,200,000.

• Michelle Obrien -- 1197

Orange Place, John Barrett, $1,249,000.

• Hillary Griffith -- 1714 Walnut St., 1714 Walnut LLC, $1,280,000.

• Andrew Michael -- 3657 Silverton St., Daniel Scott Wittenberg, $1,762,500.

• Robert Schuham -- 519 Valley View Drive, Carolyn L Schuham, $1,935,100.

• Patrick & Kristin Gillard -2926 16th St., 2926 16th St LLC, $3,087,000.

• Carrie Lipton -- 2303 Bluff St., Craig Allen Langenfeld, $3,158,800.

• Matthew & Laura Small -- 340 17th St., Kathryn & Chris Oliviero, $3,200,000.


• Brandon Haas -- 2506 49th Ave. Court Apt 3, Havens Homes LLC, $260,000.

• John Warden -- 6603 W 3rd St. Unit 1825, Morgan Anna Smith, $326,000.

• Michael Moriarty -- 6935 4th St. Road Unit 2, Journey Homes LLC, $349,400.

• Shana & Christian Morgan -- 6939 4th St. Road Unit 1, Journey Homes LLC,


• Jeremiah Garcia -- 6935 4th St. Road Unit 3, Journey Homes LLC, $356,500.

• James & Jennifer Laurent -- 6935 4th St. Road Unit 1, Journey Homes LLC, $379,300.

• Zackery Lara -- 7207 18th St. Road, Melissa K Richardson, $380,000.

• Jay Craddock -- 2075 36th Ave., Darlene B Horihan, $380,000.

• Collin Stewart -- 4355 24th St. Road Unit 3101, Nicole S Firkins, $380,500.

• Joan Kennedy -- 6914 W 3rd St. Unit 25, Norma J Piccone, $385,000.

• Evelyn Sailas -- 1002 E 24th St. Road, Todd & Cheryl Hinkley, $390,000.

• Jesus Garcia -- 1308 29th St., Topgun Invest Management LLC, $400,000.

• Cheryl Murdza -- 1357 43rd Ave. Unit 22, Coulter LLC, $410,000.

• Lacey Schisel -- 1825 27th Ave., Todd & Susan Rupp, $449,000.

• Manuel Perez -- 1425 52nd Ave., Annette M Bartlomiejczuk, $453,000.

• Keri & Angela Fishlock -- 3922 W 21st St. Road, Christopher & Carrie Aragon, $459,900.

• Christina Coney -- 2208 27th Ave. Court, Jarmey & Laura Giggy, $460,000.

• Kyle Berwick -- 7217 W 21st St., Richard Kent Wineman, $464,900.

• John & Julianna Lopez -- 1113 101st Ave. Court, Phillip Fitzpatrick, $465,000.

• Elise & Eric Kurstak -- 2117 21st Ave. Court, Joshua & Jennifer Peppler, $482,000.

• David & Bailey Phares -- 6638 6th St., J J Constr Northern Colo LLC, $485,900.

• Bettina Oliva -- 2613 W Reservoir Road, Co Property Partners LLC, $490,000.

• Jennifer & Michael Bauer -- 3104 50th Ave., Ryan & Tara Reeves, $490,000.

• Steven & Michelle Denson -- 1375 57th Ave., Michael & Lyndy Latta, $495,000.

• Ngoc & Hung Doan -- 6602 4th St. Road, J J Constr Northern Colo LLC, $500,700.

• Daniel Hansen -- 123 66th Ave., Melody Homes Inc, $504,900.

• Joaquin & Deborah Pineda -- 1227 105th Ave. Court, Sage Homes LLC, $513,900.

• Omar Marquez -- 6627 7th St., Kimberlee Tiba, $541,000.

• Christina & Kurtis Holden -- 134 65th Ave., Melody Homes Inc, $581,000.

• John & Carin Kelley -- 104 62nd Ave., Sage Homes LLC, $596,500.

• Carlos Plasenciahernandez -- 3995 W B St., Naf Cash LLC, $720,700.


• Lauren Hoefle -- 510 Condor Way, Baessler Townhomes Colo LLC, $323,800.

• Susan Juarez -- 504 Condor Way, Baessler Townhomes Colo LLC, $324,100.

• Patrick Obrien -- 506 Condor Way, Baessler Townhomes Colo LLC, $344,800.

• Keegan Kellogg -- 400 Charlotte St., Jerrod A Crawford, $405,000.

• Tessa Canova -- 2433 Harlequin Place, Landsea Homes Colo LLC, $405,600.

• Duffy Goodner -- 3901 Heatherwood Circle, Nathan W Palancoaue, $480,000.

• Ethan & Melanie Aizikovitz -- 1817 Chesapeake Circle, Justin Creque, $486,000.

• Natalie & Matthew Coplan -- 605 Fattire Place, Richmond Am Homes Colo Inc, $500,000.

• Tenzin Choephel -- 2778 Wren Drive, Melody Homes Inc, $550,000.

• Melissa Timm -- 318 Fossil Drive, Kenneth G Winslow, $575,000.

• Casey & Michael Dalpes -- 3779 Candlewood Drive, Richmond Am Homes Colo Inc, $580,000.

• Jeannie Lake -- 3767 Candlewood

Drive, Richmond Am Homes Colo Inc, $587,000.

• Rafael Gomesdarocha -- 278 Elbert St., Century Land Holdings LLC, $596,900.

• Steven & Britni Kent -- 913 N 4th St., Glen & Gale Siedenburg, $599,000.

• Gerald & Tamara Worley -- 1117 Country Acres Drive, Judith A Gwin, $600,000.

• June Wadas -- 3414 Holden Lane, Lacey & Derek Mally, $615,000.

• Jeramie & Amanda Adams -- 52 Cayuga St., Opendoor Property Trust I, $632,000.

• Patricia Castillo -- 4365 Scenic Lane, Aspen View Homes LLC, $645,700.

• Ryan & Tara Reeves -- 279 Bittern Drive, Cole & Nicole Johnson, $689,900.

• Daniel & Kristin Brock -- 64 White Wing Court, Gerald & Tamara Worley, $710,000.


• Volodymyr & Olha Shyshka -225 E 8th Ave. Apt C3, Kari Lynn Jensen, $235,000.

• Curtis Macneill -- 50 19th Ave. Apt 61, Lane Elizabeth Mitchell, $311,000.

• Erik & Susan Bartush -- 1703 Whitehall Drive Unit 9b, Christopher Yenter, $390,000.

• Israel & Mary Mary -- 608 Hubbard Drive, Collette Speidel Trust, $422,000.

• Jana Andreas -- 2419 Linden St., Sdb Capital LLC, $480,000.

• Scott Randolph -- 1016 Alta St., Garrett Harvey, $490,700.

• Prashant Kc -- 2860 S Flat Circle, Mount Brook Devl Colo LLC, $519,900.

• Kara Brock -- 412 Crystal Place, James J Conger, $521,000.

• Scott & Lynda Zielke -- 2864 S Flat Circle, Mount Brook Devl Colo LLC, $538,000.

• Sarah Pitoniak -- 1020 8th Ave., Abodes Well LLC, $550,000.

• Adam & Meghan Stasica -- 815 Quebec Ave., Drumwright Living Trust, $564,000.

• Paul Jonjak -- 1723 Sumac St., Jane & Mark Jonjak, $570,000.

• Kyle Ellinger -- 5834 Red Barn Ave., Century Land Holdings LLC, $586,500.

• Sandra Roberts -- 538 Baker St., Taylor & Krista Beseda, $590,000.

• Kenneth Ganskow -- 1639 Linden St., Sheila V Crapp, $605,000.

• Garrett Harvey -- 823 Olympia Ave., Grosso Chandler Living Trust, $619,000.

• Michael Rubin -- 3129 Lakeview Circle, Mary & Belinda Cordova, $650,000.

• Amanda & Jamie Rovere -- 3025 Colgate Drive, Joseph & Catherine Thiltgen, $655,000.

• Justin & Cynthia Medford -- 5361 Stagecoach Ave., Kimberly & Jeffrey Buckley, $660,000.

• Kevin Whitley -- 11717 Pleasant Hl, Peter & Candice Sierminski, $695,000.

• Sharyn & Marion Glassgow -- 9799 N 89th St., Emily Schoedel Flemming, $738,000.

• Christopher Castro -- 1725 Sicily Drive, David & Suzanne Carpenter, $810,000.

• Jus Montegrejo -- 2335 Provenance St., Curt & Lorenia Schmidgall, $838,500.

• Diane & Philip Main -- 7484 Mount Sherman Road, Nicole B Jacobson, $1,016,500.

• Kristin & Jeremy Williams -- 1731 Stardance Circle, Bruce & Jackilee Johnson, $1,050,000.

• Emma & Caleb Price -- 5672 County Road 32, Colton & Sherilyn Checketts, $1,200,000.

• Pamela Kane -- 838 Confidence Drive, Patrick & Carolyn Summers, $1,600,000.


• Richard Mason -- 1250 E 3rd St., Jerry M Befus Family Trust, $372,500.

• Mitchell Gregory -- 1098 Lavender Ave., Juanita D Mayo, $410,000.

• Kandi Lagas -- 1019 Ferguson Court, Joette R Frey, $415,000.

• Oliver Zak -- 207 Taylor Ave., Brian & Sheila Fincham, $415,000.

• Earl & Cassie Evansen -- 2673 Susan Drive, Nicholas & Madison Anderson, $420,000.

• Dustin & Kathryn Harris -- 618 Cressa Drive, Patricia Arensmeyer, $443,000.

• Hugh Eaton -- 1904 Leila Drive, Roy & Anna Nitschke, $450,000.

• Stephanie Hindes -- 2008 Chancery Drive, Violet W Niedermayr Trust, $465,000.

• Stephanie Herkenhoff -- 421 Mahonia Place, Larry & Mary Houdek, $475,000.

• Lisa Walters -- 1210 Gard Place, Noemi Han, $480,000.

• Nancy & David Johnson -- 4975 N Franklin Ave., Stanley & Claudine Martinez, $490,000.

• Cristian Cassan -- 4136 Trapper Lake Drive, Tatlac LLC, $491,800.

• Alix Meisinger -- 13382 Otter Road, Melissa Clair, $525,000.

• Michael & Peggy Hester -- 3479 Oberon Drive, Maryanne & Brian Budden, $597,000.

• Karla & Vinzenz Esser -- 4128 Trapper Lake Drive, Tatlac LLC, $606,500.

• Judy Kline -- 3682 Prickly Pear Drive, Kathleen Albert, $660,000.

• Jacqueline & Jeffrey Leppert -8624 Pfitzer Road, Zavvie Power Buyer LLC, $680,300.

• Michael & Virginia Mitchell -- 1124 Blue Agave Court, Glen Homes LLC, $805,000.

• Adam Behney -- 1301 Westridge Drive, Charles Dillard Platz, $870,000.

• Francis & Pamela Hayes -- 1111 Blue Agave Court, Glen Homes

LLC, $1,155,700.


• Thomas Allen -- 1804 Iron Wheel Drive Unit 4, Raindance Constr LLC, $360,700.

• Lori Riley -- 111 Apple Way, Joaquin Xavier Pineda, $402,000.

• Sharon Jopek -- 1820 Iron Wheel Drive Unit 3, Raindance Constr LLC, $417,500.

• Noriyuki & Belinda Yamashita -2164 Montauk Lane Unit 4, Mary Reynolds, $427,000.

• Katelyn Hodge -- 2372 Blissful Lane, Journey Homes LLC, $468,800.

• Susan Mcmanigal -- 944 Camberly Drive, Eric James Roberts, $499,900.

• Elizabeth Foley -- 436 Aurelia Drive, J J Constr Northern Colo LLC, $513,400.

• Daniel & Jamie Ostenson -- 436 Aurelia Drive, J J Constr Northern Colo LLC, $531,800.

• James & Shelly Mercer -- 1037 Medicine Man Court, Casey J Hersh, $550,000.

• James & Keli Lemer -- 1065 Pinyon Drive, Lisa & Patrick Mccabe, $560,000.

• Michael Smith -- 990 Rustling St., Richmond Am Homes Colo Inc, $580,000.

• Brandon & Samantha Dietz -- 845 Shirttail Peak Drive, Zoann Blacksten, $605,000.

• Mario & Veronica Contreras -- 995 Rustling St., Richmond Am Homes Colo Inc, $605,000.

• Jared & Lauren White -- 1955 Thundercloud Drive, David & Brittany Tebben, $610,000.

• Terry Kiel -- 121 Oak St., Susan R Mcmanigal, $615,000.

• Barry & Cynthia Hultgren -- 4533 Kingswood Drive, James & Cathy Conn, $615,000.

• Sean Forest -- 6232 Vernazza Way Unit 3, Vernazza Townhomes LLC, $636,000.

• Matthew Brown -- 5744 Clarence Drive, Benjamin & Atalie Taziri, $675,000.

• Andrew & Regina Cook -- 6232 Vernazza Way Unit 4, Vernazza Townhomes LLC, $685,000.

• Craig & Velvet White -- 1846 Crisp Air Drive, Artesia Lot Holdings LLC, $885,000.

• Jordan & Sheryl Schwartz -- 1245 High Plains Court, John & Mindett Ritchie, $1,086,000.

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