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June 9-10, 2018

The Art of Downsizing Maybe you’re an empty nester or just someone looking to live with less; whatever the reason, there’s an art to downsizing your life and home.

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Documents to keep after your home closing and why With so much paperwork, it can be difficult to know which documents are important to save. Here are five that should definitely make the cut.





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There is a point in summer when gardeners can’t show fear. The growing season fills all of our spare time - we’re running full tilt, harvesting, weeding, and watering; there are blooms to pick, mulch to replenish, and insects to BY CAROL fight off. At a O’MEARA certain point Colorado State University Extension I wonder why I always smell like plants, but it’s not a bad scent and soon after washing I’m back in the plants again, getting covered in sap. The rush and frenzy can get overwhelming, so for stress relief, take time to stop and smell the roses. Our roses don’t have many problems here in Colorado compared to other places, but a few problems crop up each year for gardeners. Leaf cutter bees are a nuisance, cutting circular pieces out of the leaves to use in building nests. These small, mild mannered bees are grey with white stripes and, though the leaves with holes look alarming, the bees are good pollinators and harmless. Spider mites can also be problematic, feeding on sap and reducing the vigor of plants. Thriving in hot, dry weather, their damage can cause leaves to look bronzed and drought stressed. Look closely at the plants for tell-tale webbing and if you have spider mites, and drive them off by increasing humidity around the plant with a jet of water daily. Powdery Mildew, one of the most prevalent rose diseases, can show up in wet or dry weather. Conditions that encourage the fungus to develop are daytime temperatures near 80 degrees with higher relative humidity and nighttime temperatures around 60 degrees. Early signs are raised bumps on the upper surface of

Roses can be susceptible to a number of diseases, but with proper care, they can be mitigated. (Shutterstock)

leaves. Later the fungus will distort leaves and buds and cover them with a whitish, talcum-like powder. Untreated plants eventually become stunted, and their leaves will curl and drop. To contain the problem, remove and destroy all infected canes and shoots. Spraying with sulfur dust is helpful but should not be used in hot weather since they can cause leaf damage. Rake up and destroy all leaves at the end of the season to prevent the fungus from spreading to other plants. Rust fungus can infect roses when moisture levels are continuously high for two to three hours at temperatures between 65 and 70 degrees. First appearing as orange, powdery pustule-like growths on the underside of leaves, the rust becomes visible on the upper leaf surface as orangebrown spots; eventually leaves turn black. Remove infected leaves and canes at the first sign of rust. Black Spot shows up on leaves as circular dark brown spots with jagged edges. Leaves infected with black spot will turn yellow and drop. Wet weather and temperatures between 65 and 75 degrees promote the disease’s development. Black spot spores

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move easily and can be spread by splashing water, pruning shears, and gardeners’ hands. Since the fungus overwinters on fallen leaves and in lesions on canes, remove and destroy all infected foliage, particularly at the end of the season. To avoid transmitting black spot to healthy roses, rinse the pruning shears in a bleach solution after working on an infected rose. ————————— Colorado State University Extension, together with Boulder County Parks and Open Space, provides unbiased, research-based information about consumer and family issues, horticulture, natural resources, agriculture and 4-H youth development. For more information contact Colorado State University Extension at the Boulder County Fairgrounds, 9595 Nelson Rd., Box B, Longmont, 303.678.6238, e-mail comeara@ or visit June 9-10 2018


Try these 8 water-saving home renovations INSTALL SPRINKLERS WITH TIMERS OR RAIN SENSORS Putting sprinklers on a timer can keep your water output consistent and keep you from having to monitor its progress. Unattended hoses and sprinklers can waste hundreds of gallons of water in just a few hours. Set your timer for early in the morning (6 to 7 a.m.) so the water won’t evaporate in the sunlight. Another inexpensive water saving trick is to add rain sensors to your sprinklers. The sensors will tell them to skip an irrigation cycle if there is rainfall.

Consider installing a rain barrel to conserve water. (Dreamstime)

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increased sustainability, here are some popular projects to consider.

Water-saving renovations are money-saving renovations. Leaky pipes, outdated appliances and poor irrigation practices hike up your water and energy bills and wreak havoc on your septic system. And in drought-ridden states, wasting water can even subject you to hefty fines and usage audits. Luckily, many water-saving home renovations are simple and inexpensive. And costlier renovations, like purchasing and installing new appliances, can offer long-term gains by saving thousands of gallons of water a year. Whether you’re renovating to fix an existing water problem or looking to save money with

REPAIR LEAKING PIPES AND FAUCETS Hidden leaks can flood your lawn and destroy your home’s interior. One indicator of a leak is an inconsistent water meter reading. Check your water meter before and after a two-hour period when water isn’t being used. If the meter reading changes between readings, you probably have a leak. Damp walls, excess mold, cracks in pavement, unusually high water bills and a noticeable drop in water pressure may also indicate a leak. If your home shows any of these signs, consider calling a pro to inspect your pipes.

INSTALL A RAIN BARREL Collecting rainwater that your roof or lawn naturally accumulate can save you a lot of water. Installing a rain barrel is a simple and inexpensive way to reduce your water bill and your ecological footprint. USE A DRIP IRRIGATION SYSTEM Better yet, consider installing a drip irrigation system to water your lawn. A drip system applies a small amount of water uniformly on your lawn. Another benefit? It’s more accurate than sprinklers. No more dead grass and brown spots. INSTALL A WATER AERATOR ON YOUR KITCHEN SINK A water aerator limits water flow to a non-splashing stream. This slows the flow of water to cut water waste. To install the water aerator, simply screw it onto your faucet head.

PURCHASE A LOW-FLOW OR DUAL FLUSH TOILET A low-flow or dual flush toilet will save thousands of gallons of water a year and reduce the load on your septic system, thereby extending its lifespan. With a dual flush system, you can even purchase a model with different buttons for solid and liquid waste, customizing how much water you put out and reducing water use by up to 67 percent. Or, repair your current toilet. Over time, the parts (especially the flapper valve) corrode, bend and become less efficient, which causes leaks. These parts are generally inexpensive and easy to install. BUY A NEW SHOWERHEAD Installing a new showerhead is a cheap, easy change you can make to save water. You want a showerhead that delivers 2.5 gallons of water per minute or less (as opposed to older models which deliver 8 gallons per minute). REPLACE OLD APPLIANCES WITH ENERGY-EFFICIENT MODELS Front-load washing machines save up to half the water of a topload washer. Look for Energy Star-qualified appliances that meet the energy saving standards of the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy. ——— HomeAdvisor is an online marketplace connecting homeowners with trusted service professionals to complete home projects. Visit HomeAdvisor. com.

OPEN HOUSES Visit for a comprehensive list of area open houses taking place this weekend. June 9-10, 2018

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TUES-SAT 10-6 AND SUN 12-6 523 2ND STREET, SEVERANCE New ranch style home built by DR Horton in the new Tailholt Community in Severance. Open 4 bed, 2 bath floor plan with extended hardwood flooring, granite countertops and window coverings! Partial unfinished basement, full landscaping. Model at 538 2nd St.

Hard to find expansive ranch home w/ no HOA! Meticulous brick & steel siding 1960’s ranch on 1/3-acre in Loveland Country Club. Updated home w/ oversized 2 car garage w/ built-in shop & 20x11 workshop/shed in backyard.

$371,375 MLS# 844569 Kathy Beck 970.213.8475

$400,000 MLS# 852550 Diana Luthi 970-481-2692

Brandi Garifi 720.291.0899

MON-THURS & SAT 11-6, FRI & SUN 12-6 2960 KINCAID DR. #202, LOVELAND


NOW PRE-SELLING Bldg 2. New 2 bed-2 bath, 1,296 SF condo, lots of windows, granite in kitchen and island, SS appliances w/ fridge, laminate flrs & A/C. Hurry…choose your colors! $3K preferred lender incentive. Est. delivery Sept. Please visit onsite sales trailer.

New appliances, carpet, & paint. 2-bed, 2-bath first floor condo features an open floor plan, a well-sized master, suite-style master bath w/double vanity sinks & lg bathtub. Biking trails to Equalizer lake & Houts reservoir. Near Centerra shops & restaurants. Quick access to I-25.

$249,000 MLS# 851379 Blas Estrada 970-324-6177

$259,900 MLS# 845487 Christie Duggar 970-219-1138

SAT 10-5 & SUN 11-5 3119 ARIES DR. LOVELAND

SAT 10-5 & SUN 11-5 3133 ARIES DR. LOVELAND


This brand new 3BD 2BA 1,610 sf ranch is gorgeous! Open floorplan & awesome kitchen with island, gas range & beautiful cabinets. Private master retreat! Partial unfinished basement. Great location! Visit Sales center at 3085 Crux Dr.

Brand new 4BD 3BA 2,247 sf 2-story! Open floorplan, main floor bedroom & full bath & awesome kitchen with island, gas range & beautiful cabinets. Master retreat & loft! 3 car garage. Great location near Centerra! Visit Sales center at 3085 Crux Dr.

Wonderland homes at The Lakes at Centerra. See completed model home, under construction spec homes with low maintenance living. Only 3 available homes left, don’t miss this opportunity to live in a luxury ranch style patio home!

SATURDAY & SUNDAY 11-1 1617 CATTAIL DR. LOVELAND Nicely updated 4BD 3BA 2207 sf ranch on large corner lot! Light and bright open floorplan with updated kitchen, updated baths and study with French doors. Finished basement. Close to Cattail Pond! $340,000

$339,950 MLS# 844952 Matt Nesbitt Bill 970-393-3102

$374,950 MLS# 847649 Matt Nesbitt Bill 970-393-3102

Rick Moehling 970-391-1470

Jamie Kimberlin 970-573-7465

Barb Imes 970-581-8279

Marsha Petrovic 970-980-6045





Starting in the low $600,000s






Freshly painted, refin hardwood flring, new tile on bath flring, new carpet throughout & move in ready! This 2 BD, 2 BA patio home/duplex w/2 car attached garage also has an RV storage lot for the homeowners use. Vaulted ceilings, gas FP & very nice back deck. Full unfin basement w/concrete vault, all you need is install the vault door. New roof in 2017. This small & clean community has an HOA fee that includes snow removal, lawn care & management. Pet restrictions only allow for 1 dog & 1 cat. $305,000 MLS# 851021

2 bedroom, 2 bathroom main floor condo with 2 private patios, a fenced yard, and a detached 1 car garage. New floors, updated landscaping, new living room window, new A/C, all appliances included and more! Private master bedroom with walk in closet and private master bath. Close to shopping, medical and I-25. Unit abuts community open space.

Main floor office & open/vaulted great room. Large kitchen w/ pantry all appliances stay. Large windows everywhere to capture the sunshine. New patio door. Nice master w/ walk in & full bath. Backyard has raised garden boxes on west side of the home.

Christopher Fry 970-218-5248

Teriesa Gagnon 970.980.8302

$260,000 MLS# 850976 Jerry Beers 970-307-2868



$380,000 MLS# 852072 Jeff Clough 970-215-4803

Ali Lofquist 970-744-8490

SUNDAY 2-4 4903 SADDLEWOOD CIR., JOHNSTOWN Beautiful 4BD 4BA 4,437 sf 1 ½ story! Hardwood floors, decorator paint colors, wainscoated dining room, beautiful kitchen w/island. Loft w/2nd master, rec room. Large patio w/ pergola & custom BBQ area. Mountain views!

$535,000 MLS# 826128 Doug Miller 970-418-9444

HARMONY OFFICE 970.229.0700


CENTERRA OFFICE 970.613.0700

MULBERRY OFFICE 970.221.0700

OLD TOWN OFFICE 970.493.0700


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HARMONY OFFICE 970.229.0700


CENTERRA OFFICE 970.613.0700

MULBERRY OFFICE 970.221.0700

OLD TOWN OFFICE 970.493.0700


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A hot market and limited supply of homes often proves challenging for appraisers appraisal came in at around $275,000. We had listed the home for $280,000 and the offer came in at $290,000. There are limited comps in the neighborhood, as inventory is low and, In a fast moving market, differing appraisals can be a hang up as you have when receiving offers. (Shutterstock) mentioned, people are By Ilyce Glink and Samuel J. staying in their homes longer. Tamkin, Tribune Content Agency My agent is compiling as much market data as possible to : I am in the process of challenge the appraisal. Do you selling my home. The have any other advice on what market is hot in Minnesota, to do? and I had multiple offers over list price. Unfortunately the : We think you’re on the buyers’ lender’s appraisal came right track. Your real estate agent is doing the exact in under the contract price. The


















2930 Alamosa Ct, Loveland

3375 Crest Dr, Loveland

1801 Crestridge Dr, Loveland

Wonderful home in desirable Country Club Estates. Vintage charm! 4 bd, sunrm, den w/walkout to patio & beautiful yard w/shed! NO HOA - blocks to Lake Loveland, Sculpture Garden, 2 Golf Courses!

Glorious mountain views on almost an acre with a fully fenced backyard in desirable Eagle Crest! 5 minutes from downtown Loveland. Spacious 4 bedroom, 4 bath home with finished basement.

Huge private corner lot in S. Loveland/N. Berthoud 4 bed, 3 bath home w/wood floors, new carpet throughout. New master bath & fresh paint throughout, 500 sq.ft deck, new roof limited HOA bring your toys!

$375,000 | MLS #851151

Listed by Tara Moreno 970-443-5034 Hosted by Lisa Rayburg 303-915-1078

$630,000 | MLS #850407

$359,900 | MLS #852462

Call Coy Wylie

Call Christine Motschall 970-590-5276



759 Deer Meadow Dr, Loveland

Beautiful Aspen Homes ranch at Mariana Butte. Across from golf course. Stds: granite, hardwd, SS apps, double oven, AC, FP, 3-car garage, covered deck. Highly energy eff-among best in biz! Upgrades: oversized garage storage, gas cook top, & more!

545 Deer Meadow Dr, Loveland

Stunning ranch in Masters Collection at Mariana Butte by Aspen Homes. Open plan for entertaining. Luxurious master w/spa-like ba w/lg shower & lg walk-in closet. Mudrm off 3 car garage. Stds: granite, hardwd, SS apps, A/C, FP. Highly energy effamong best in biz.

$509,875 | MLS #822300

$522,800 | MLS #840122

Call Dennis Schick

Call Dennis Schick






18632 Hill Lake Dr, Johnstown Great 1 acre building lot in the Estates at Hill Lakes. Beautiful country setting. Price includes Little Thompson Water Tap. $189,900 | MLS #850199

Call Dennis Schick


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thing that he is supposed to do. When there are lots of sales in a neighborhood, an appraiser has an easier time trying to come up with an appraisal amount. As you’ve come to see, when there is a limited number of units that have sold and the market is hot, appraisers might have a harder time coming up with a home value that keeps pace with a hot market. You need to remember that an appraisal is not, in our view, an exact science. Appraisers that have been in business for years can tell you stories about how some property values can come in low and some can come in high. Frequently, and in most cases, appraisers hit the sales price of the home right on the mark. There are a couple of things that could impact your appraisal from the appraiser’s side. We’ve seen situations where appraisers have performed appraisals in markets in which they have had very little experience. In these situations, the appraisals can come in way short. It looks to us that the appraiser in your situation is close to the amount of your purchase price but not quite there. While you might want the appraiser to say the home is worth $15,000 more than what the appraiser came in at, the appraiser might be right. But we are not appraisers and can’t second guess the appraiser’s evaluation of your home’s value. But what we do know is that your real estate agent also has a good pulse on what is going with real estate values. Your agent’s review of the comparables may give your agent ideas of what information the appraiser might have missed. It possible that some amenities in comparables are included or excluded that affect that home’s value and ultimately the amount of the appraisal. In limited cases, the buyer’s lender may send out a second appraisal to get an additional opinion to get things through. The reality is that if your buyer wants your home, the appraiser’s value is quite close to the price you and the buyer

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agreed to. The buyer can use the appraisal to negotiate a reduction in the purchase price, but in a hot market another buyer may be willing to buy the home even when the appraisal is a bit low, and the second buyer will do that by putting more money down in cash. Here’s how it might work: Buyers have a certain amount of money that they can put down toward the purchase of a home. If a buyer agrees to purchase a home for $200,000 and is getting an 80 percent loan for $160,000, then the down payment of 20 percent comes to $40,000. If the appraisal comes in at $190,000, the lender will still give the buyer an 80 percent loan, but 80 percent of $190,000 is only $152,000. The buyer would have to put down $48,000 in order to proceed with the closing. If the buyer has the $8,000 to put down and wants the house badly enough to put down the extra cash, the deal can move forward. In situations where the buyer doesn’t have the extra cash to put down, then the deal might die. You’ll need to evaluate how badly the buyer wants to buy the home, how badly you want to sell, whether your real estate agent is able to get more information to the appraiser to have him or her up the amount of the appraisal, and if there are other buyers waiting in the wings. Good luck with the sale and move. (Ilyce Glink is the author of “100 Questions Every First-Time Home Buyer Should Ask” (4th Edition). She is also the CEO of Best Money Moves, an app that employers provide to employees to measure and dial down financial stress. Samuel J. Tamkin is a Chicago-based real estate attorney. Contact Ilyce and Sam through her website, ThinkGlink. com.)(c) 2018 Ilyce R. Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin. Distributed By Tribune Content Agency, LLC. June 9-10 2018


kitchen’s breakfast nook are now library furniture in their home office.

The art of downsizing By Mary Carol Garrity Tribune News Service (TNS) If there is anyone who can share some wisdom on the art of downsizing, it’s my friend Marsee. In the 41 years she and Mike have been married, they have moved a whopping 18 times. A few years ago, they decided it was time to downsize. So they sold their lovely 100-year-old Tudor home (featured in my book “Rooms We Love”) and bought a townhome just off of Kansas City’s historic Country Club Plaza. Marsee is thrilled with so many facets of their smaller home. With no yard to care for and a lot less house to keep up with, they have more time to explore all the city has to offer, from art exhibits to entertainment. Their neighborhood is in the center of it all, and they can walk to shopping, the gym, the library and area parks. While the outcome is usually satisfying, the process of downsizing can be painful. I asked Marsee to share some of her secrets. Here’s her advice: Love It Or Leave It When you have a lot less space to live in, you have to make some tough decisions about what will

With no yard to care for and a lot less house to keep up with, Marsee and Mike have more time to explore all the city has to offer. (Bob Greenspan)

follow you to your new home. Marsee didn’t want the rooms in her new home to be packed full, so she made some tough choices early on, determined to only keep the furniture, artwork and accents she absolutely could not live without. Give Your Extra Treasures To Those You Love When Marsee and Mike started out as newlyweds, she remembers how family members helped them outfit their first homes, giving them furniture and other pieces that had been passed down through the generations. She wanted to do the same for her son and daughter-in-law, and other family members. Once Todd and Brooke picked the family pieces they wanted

for their own home, Marsee and Mike loaded them up in a 17-foot Penske truck they nicknamed Big Al and drove the furniture to Arizona. As Marsee shared the story of each piece, Brooke recorded it in a notebook. Now, Marsee says, the couple can start creating their own stories with the heirlooms. Rethink Where Your Furnishings Go So often, we get in a rut with our decorating. For example, if a piece of art hung over your fireplace mantel for years, you can’t imagine it anywhere else. When she downsized, Marsee moved a lot of furnishing and accents to new places. The chairs and table that once filled her

Live In The Space For A While Before You Make Final Decorating Decisions When Marsee first moved into the townhome, she thought she wanted a keep her decor very edited. This would be a change for this talented decorator, who has taught me so much about designing layered displays. Interestingly enough, after she lived in the townhome for a few months, she missed many of her old treasures, and the feel of more complex tableaus on her tables. She pulled some of her favorites out of storage and bought a few new pieces and got busy layering. Discover How To Live In Your Smaller Space Marsee and Mike love to entertain. But they were not going to be able to accommodate the same number of guests, in the same way, in their smaller townhome. So Marsee began to rethink how they entertained. Instead of having guests congregate in the kitchen or living room, Marsee decided to spread the party to the home’s third level office, coaxing guests up there by setting up food and drinks. ——— This column was adapted from Mary Carol Garrity’s blog at


Real estate startup aims to make everyone a cash buyer By Rachel Lerman The Seattle Times (TNS) As buying a home gets more competitive, cash offers often reign supreme. So a Seattle startup is angling to help homebuyers who don’t have cash on hand to stay in the game. FlyHomes acts as a sort of intermediary buyer for homes – it prescreens the homebuyer, then puts in an all-cash bid to the seller. If it wins, it allows the seller to move out when it’s convenient within 60 days. FlyHomes then resells the home to the original June 9-10, 2018

interested buyer after the standard closing period. “What we’re effectively doing is providing a buffer,” co-founder and CEO Stephen Lane said. The startup Thursday announced a $17 million funding round led by Silicon Valley firm Andreessen Horowitz. Mark Vadon, the low-profile but prosperous Seattle entrepreneur who started online jewelry store Blue Nile and digital clothing retailer zulily, also invested in the round. Vadon originally led the company’s $2 million seed funding round last year.

Lane and co-founder Tushar Garg, both former Microsoft employees, started the company in 2015 after noticing a trend – home sellers were often choosing all-cash offers, even if others were willing to pay more with traditional financing. FlyHomes collects the standard buyer’s agent commission, usually about 3 percent. FlyHomes has helped people buy about 400 homes in the hot housing markets where it operates: Seattle, Chicago, Boston and the Bay Area. The company employs teams

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of people to act as real estate agents and give homebuyers tours. FlyHomes is a real-estate brokerage, so it has access to MLS listings. And on the rare occasion that a buyer falls through, FlyHomes sells the home it just bought to someone else, Lane said. The startup has 60 employees, double what it had in December, and plans to use its newest funding to expand its services and head count. AT HOME



Visit this equestrian-friendly dream property By Brittany Anas for At Home The home’s decks and outdoor spaces are perfect for entertaining.

An eight-bedroom, custombuilt home with beautiful stonework, luxe finishes and a sprawling backyard is for sale in Berthoud — and this listing is one that equestrians will especially love. The spacious and elegant property at 2443 Omni Court in Berthoud allows for horses, which, as Melissa Doherty and Andrea Schaefer, real estate agents for The Group, Inc., explain is a rare allowance in Northern Colorado. Perched on 2.8 acres of land, buyers could potentially build a barn and even bring other 4-H animals should they choose. The home backs up to a 12acre conservatory and abuts farm land. “That means your views are never going to be obstructed,” Doherty says. “The

LUXURY, CUSTOM-BUILT HOME presented by The Group Real Estate, Melissa Doherty and Andrea Schaefer mountain views are amazing.” Homeowners will be spoiled with sprawling, panoramic views of Northern Colorado’s most famous landmarks, Mount Meeker and Longs Peak. Elk have also been known to make cameo appearances on the property thanks to surrounding native grass, and adding to the home’s quintessential Northern Colorado appeal. The spacious two-story home with eight bedrooms and seven bathrooms is 5,805 square feet.

The home, on 2.8 acres, backs to panoramic mountain views that will never be obstructed. 8


Its listing price is $1.3 million. The custom home was designed by Al Hauser and built by Ed Rust, owner of Lifestyle Custom Homes—a leading home builder in Northern Colorado. The home is 100 percent customized, with top-notch upgrades throughout. While the home at 2443 Omni Ct. was built in 2004, the upgraded appliances and the forward-thinking architecture exude a modern feel. “The home feels like it was built this year,” Schaefer says. The home has been meticulously cared for, she adds. As a custom masterpiece, the home blends style and elegance with luxe comforts and timeless designs. The gourmet kitchen, for example, features granite, knotty alder cabinets and stainless steel appliances. A wide, stone archway beautifully frames the kitchen. In fact, the stonework throughout the home is exquisite, Doherty points out. A stand-out feature in the home is a stunning, floor-to-ceiling stone living room complemented by floorto-ceiling windows, which show off the views and let the famous

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Colorado sunshine spill into the home. The main floor also boasts a study and guest suite. Upstairs, the master bedroom has a large walk-in closet. Another stand-out feature of the home is the beautifully finished basement, complete with a wet bar. The basement has potential for a home theater, as well, and is big enough that it could also be used for gym space. The walk-out basement opens up to the home’s expansive backyard, which is perfect for entertaining thanks to the upscale outdoor living spaces, including a hot tub, complemented by the picturesque mountain views and stunning sunsets. A field stretches out from behind the backyard and there’s a view of a pond nearby as well. The home also has an oversized three-car attached garage. Among the home’s green features include double-pane windows, storm doors, a high-efficiency furnace and set back thermostat. Located in a cul-de-sac in the Ripsam Farms Conservation in Berthoud, future homeowners June 9-10 2018

Vaulted ceilings and a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace make the main living room a centerpiece of the home.

are not in a metro tax district, Doherty says. Also, homeowners will not be paying homeowner association dues. The location of 2443 Omni Ct. in Berthoud also makes the home ideal to all Northern Colorado communities, Schaefer says. Nicknamed the “Garden Spot of Colorado,” Berthoud is especially charming with its small-town

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feel and charm reflected in events such as Berthoud Days, a longstanding festival which is the first Saturday in June and begins with a parade and ends in the Town Park. Fickel Park in Berthoud is also gaining recognition as it features several sculptures from local artists, adding to Berthoud’s identity as an artistic town. Plus, Berthoud’s proximity to I-25

A chef’s kitchen features upgraded finishes and appliances.

makes it easy to access bigger cities like Fort Collins to the north and Denver to the south, while Loveland, Longmont and Boulder can be quickly accessed via U.S. 287. “It’s truly the best of both worlds,” says Doherty. Doherty points out Berthoud is close to shopping and restaurants in downtown Loveland, and also nearby the nightlife offered in

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Fort Collins. Yet, the city is only 45 minutes away from Denver International Airport. Plus, Berthoud has its own great parks, pools and familyfriendly amenities. For more information, or to preview this home, contact Melissa Doherty at 970.391.5800 or Andrea Schaefer at 970.290.3758.




Documents to keep after your home closing and why Most home buyers receive a stack of paperwork at closing. This pile often ends up in the shredder or lost among your SUZANNE endless boxes PLEWES of paperwork. RE/MAX Alliance Although you will likely never look at most of those documents again, there are a few that are important to put aside. Here are five documents concerning your home purchase that you should definitely keep:

those are. It’s always best to keep a copy of the fully executed Purchase and Sales agreement. Seller Disclosure Statements Anything disclosed by the seller to you in writing is important. By law, sellers are required to disclose all known material facts about a property. If you encounter a problem with your home in the future and wish to file a lawsuit against the seller, you would need a copy of the disclosures to prove that it lacked certain information. Additionally, you would need to prove that a seller had knowledge of the problem. Unfortunately, some things can go unnoticed through multiple owners.

Purchase and Sales Agreement Your Purchase and Sales agreement is a contract between you and the seller. Most of the terms are relevant up to the closing, but there are also some terms that may survive the closing. Without a copy of the contract, you may not know exactly what

Home Inspection Report There are several reasons to keep inspection reports. First, if you believe your inspector misrepresented a problem or failed to detect something that he should have, the report would be evidence in a lawsuit. Secondly,

inspection reports can be used to develop a list of repairs and home improvements. Lastly, most reports include a wealth of information on home maintenance and system operations. This can be extremely useful, especially if you are a first-time buyer. Closing Disclosure At closing, you receive a closing disclosure statement. This outlines your closing costs, prepaid expenses and other figures related to your home purchase. Some expenses may be tax deductible, so keep this on file for tax time. Additionally, when you go to sell your home in the future, you may need some information from this form to calculate your net profits and any resulting tax liabilities. Title Insurance Policy Owner’s title insurance is optional, but most homebuyers purchase it for peace of mind. If you encounter a title issue in the future, you will need the

policy to know who to contact for assistance. Additionally, your policy documents include information on what is covered or specifically excluded. Summary These are just a few critical documents from your home purchase and closing. There may be others that are important, depending on your situation. Ask your real estate agent and closing attorney to provide electronic copies of documents so that you won’t need to worry about shredding something that you might need in the future. You can keep them all! Suzanne Plewes is a broker associate at RE/MAX Alliance. Write to 750 W. Eisenhower Blvd., Loveland, CO 80537, call 970.290.0373 or e-mail



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WWW.ATHOMECOLORADO.COM/OPEN-HOUSES BERTHOUD 1156 Shelby Dr $879,900 Saturday 12:00 PM-3:00 PM Scott Phebus C3 Real Estate Solutions (970) 215-1316

GREELEY 2606 15th Ave, $279,000 Saturday 12:00 PM-3:00 PM John Simmons C3 Real Estate Solutions (970) 481-1250

JOHNSTOWN 424 Juniper St $335,000 Saturday & Sunday 12:00 PM-2:00 PM Travis Annameier C3 Real Estate Solutions (970) 380-4163 4903 Saddlewood Cir $535,000 Sunday 2:00 PM-4:00 PM Doug Miller The Group Inc (970) 418-9444

LONGMONT 1724 Atwood Street $360,000 Saturday 12:30 PM-2:30 PM Sheila Boettcher WK Real Estate (303) 775-5799 325 3rd Avenue $379,900 Saturday 11:00 AM-1:00 PM Tammy Milano RE/MAX of Boulder (303) 441-5612 717 Brookside Dr. $600,000 Saturday 12:00 PM-3:00 PM Sean Gilliam RE/MAX Alliance (970) 313-6706

1801 Kristy Court $789,000 Sunday 2:00 PM-4:00 PM Denise Patryas RE/MAX of Boulder (303) 441-5644

3119 Aries Dr $339,950 Saturday 10:00 AM-5:00 PM Matt Nesbitt The Group Inc (970) 393-3102

3375 Crest Dr $630,000 Sunday 1:00 PM-3:00 PM Coy Wylie RE/MAX Alliance - Fort Collins (970) 699-9075

809 Tenacity Drive $799,000 Saturday 1:00 PM-4:00 PM Denise Patryas RE/MAX of Boulder (303) 441-5644

3119 Aries Dr $339,950 Sunday 11:00 AM-5:00 PM Matt Nesbitt The Group Inc (970) 393-3102

610 N Jefferson Ave $689,610 Saturday 10:00 AM-1:00 PM Stefanie Erion C3 Real Estate Solutions (970) 415-7598

6414 Fairways Drive $930,000 Sunday 12:00 PM-2:00 PM Krista Allard PorchLight Real Estate Group (303) 715-8719

3133 Aries Dr $374,950 Saturday 10:00 AM-5:00 PM Matt Nesbitt The Group Inc (970) 393-3102

610 N Jefferson Ave $689,610 Sunday 10:00 AM-1:00 PM Stefanie Erion C3 Real Estate Solutions (970) 415-7598

3133 Aries Dr $374,950 Sunday 11:00 AM-5:00 PM Matt Nesbitt The Group Inc (970) 393-3102


LOVELAND 4735 Hahns Peak Dr 101 $249,000 Saturday 11:00 AM-1:00 PM Blas Estrada The Group Inc (970) 324-6177 2960 Kincaid Dr 202 $259,000 Saturday 11:00 AM-6:00 PM Christie Duggar The Group Inc (970) 219-1138 2960 Kincaid Dr 202 $259,000 Sunday 12:00 PM-6:00 PM Christie Duggar The Group Inc (970) 219-1138 2011 Grays Peak Dr 101 $265,000 Saturday 12:00 AM-2:00 PM Jerry Beers The Group Inc (970) 307-2868

2930 Alamosa Ct $375,000 Sunday 1:00 PM-3:00 PM Tara Moreno RE/MAX Alliance - Fort Collins (970) 443-5034 3830 Leopard St $380,000 Saturday 11:00 AM-1:00 PM Jeff Clough The Group Inc (970) 215-4803 3830 Leopard St $380,000 Sunday 9:00 AM-11:00 AM Ali Lofquist The Group Inc (970) 744-8490

521 5th Ave. $659,900 Sunday 11:00 AM-1:00 PM Ann Thompson RE/MAX Alliance On Walnut (303) 241-8288 125 Pyrite Way $799,000 Sunday 1:00 PM-3:00 PM Dennis and Jann Culver WK Real Estate (303) 888-8594

MEAD 409 Main Street $315,000 Sunday 11:00 AM-1:00 PM Denise Patryas RE/MAX of Boulder (303) 441-5644

NEDERLAND 762 Pine Cone Cir. $789,900 Saturday 11:00 AM-1:00 PM Catherine Camp RE/MAX Alliance (303) 748-5023

3648 Wild Horse Ct $265,000 Saturday & Sunday 10:00 AM-12:00 PM Sharon Cook C3 Real Estate Solutions (970) 679-9900

1732 Keyes Ct, $425,000 Saturday 10:00 AM-12:00 PM Mandi Krueger C3 Real Estate Solutions (303) 981-5870

918 Half Measure Dr $600K’s+ Daily 11:00 AM-5:00 PM Marlita Lazo Markel Homes (303) 522-7928

638 Moose Ct $305,000 Saturday 11:30 AM-1:00 PM Christopher Reilly The Group Inc (970) 218-5248

1732 Keyes Ct, $425,000 Sunday 11:00 AM-1:00 PM Mandi Krueger C3 Real Estate Solutions (303) 981-5870

523 2nd St $371,375 Saturday 10:00 AM-6:00 PM Kathy Beck The Group Inc (970) 213-8475

5751 Boundary Pl. $629,000 Sunday 12:00 PM-2:00 PM Lorrie Trussell RE/MAX Alliance - Boulder (720) 235-2409

638 Moose Ct $305,000 Sunday 11:00 AM-1:00 PM Teriesa Gagnon The Group Inc (970) 980-8302

4805 Mariana Hills Circle Homes From The $600’s By Appointment Brittany Munoz LC Tulip (970) 227-1334

523 2nd St $371,375 Sunday 12:00 PM-6:00 PM Brandi Garifi The Group Inc (720) 291-0899

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REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS The following Loveland-area home sales were supplied by Colorado Weekly Homebuyers List Inc., 303-744-2020. Listed are the buyer, the property address, the seller and the amount. Berthoud • Megan Meyer — 2842 Tallgrass Lane, Richfield Homes LLC, $325,600. • Erica Duclos — 104 Keep Circle, Carol and Philip Ward, $327,500. • Anita Warren — 3412 Curlew Drive, McDague Invest LLC, $367,000. • Richard and Dianne Spellman — 685 Torreys Peak Lane, Davis Family Trust, $399,000. • Steven and De Johnson — 560 Capitol Reef Court, Saint Aubyn Homes LLC, $400,000. • Tabitha and Jeffery Knapp — 2360 Likens Drive, Saint Aubyn Homes LLC, $411,900. • Ramiro and Norma Romero — 301 E. Michigan Ave., Gary and Nichole Movellan, $430,000. • Shane and Sara Campbell — 519 Capitol Reef St., Saint Aubyn Homes LLC, $447,400. • Diego and Amy Cadenas — 1625 Hollyberry St., Kathleen and Thomas Carpenter, $480,000. • William and Amanda Ross — 4986 Malibu Drive, Ronald and Kaye Marchal, $790,000. Estes Park • Karma Bohon — 321 Big Horn Drive, Unit E-3, Laura Lynn Williams, $270,000. • Clinton Dunkelberger — 668 Meadowview Drive, Matthew and Lanette Land, $390,000. • Rodney and Martha Hunt — 475 Peak View Drive, Jimmie L. Lyles, $498,000. • Douglas and Cynthia Max — 2430 Pine Meadows Drive, Gregory and Julie Skelton, $550,000. • Tanya and Steven Dutro — 1157 Fish Creek Road, William G. Hertneky, $610,000. • Paras Poudyal — 2509 Pine Meadows Drive, Anthony and Tanya Rowley, $665,000. Fort Collins • James Miller — 3000 Ross Drive, Apt. G35, George and Lin Austin Martin, $235,000. • Michael Jensen — 2450 Windrow Drive, Unit F302, Cecelia Pool, $250,000. • Jennifer Reaume — 357 Albion Way, Unit B1, Robyn and Brett Franklin, $275,000. • Nadeem and Amna Rafiq — 2921 Kansas Drive, Unit C, Spencer and Jordan Shute, $282,500. • Vishesh Seshadri — 4015 Glenarbor Lane, Jamie Moyer, $285,000. • Daniel and Beth Chilson — 2433 12 AT HOME

Owens Ave., Unit 201, Doyle and Christine Stewart, $285,000. • Erika Ashauer — 2600 Countryside Court, Jon and Ashley Parker, $312,000. • Sriram Srinivasan — 5014 Brookfield Drive, No. 24d, Joe and Devona Spykstra, $313,000. • Kathleen Gilbert — 800 Shire Court, Margaret L. Powell Trust, $315,000. • Matthew Roberson — 1201 Solstice Lane, Joao and Alexandra Desouza, $315,000. • Brooke Rambold — 2608 Kansas Drive, No. 116, Noe Properties LLC, $316,900. • Nancy McDuffie — 636 Cheyenne Drive, Apt. 2, Donna C. Wertsbaugh, $320,000. • Glenn and Elizabeth Luchies — 3526 Big Ben Drive, Unit B, Hartford Homes West Horstooth, $321,900. • Juan Gomez — 5151 Boardwalk Drive, Unit L2, Nancy Kennedy Meduffie, $325,000. • Robin Dempsey — 4131 Tanager St., Gregory and Nicole Steed, $326,500. • Derek and Katrina Rojohn — 3526 Big Ben Drive, Unit C, Hartford Homes West, $326,900. • John and Virginia Cooney — 424 Guillemont St., Ronnica Lynn Vitullo, $344,000. • Elisha Pitzer — 7026 Shangri-la Court, Jennifer and Philip Martinez, $350,000. • Sarah and Thomas Parker — 3113 Gatlin St., Christine and Caroline Owen, $351,000. • Gordon and Lynnette Thayer — 501 Owl Court, Justin and Christi Fredrickson, $353,000. • Ryan and Susan Godsey — 3526 Big Ben Drive, Unit A, Hartford Homes West Horsetooth, $353,300. • Scott Vycital — 1016 Eggleston St., Paul Marshall, $355,000. • Steven Snider — 500 Ninth St., Lisa D. Lee, $361,000. • Joshua Keller — 2000 Rockport Court, Shirley M. Myers, $365,000. • Benjamin and Erin Peyronnin — 2115 Lager St., Hartford Constr. LLC, $371,000. • Misti Scarlett — 7039 Sculpin Court, Tim Anderson, $376,000. • Matthew Schoenwald — 2814 Canby Way, Jan Lee Cordova, $380,000. • John and Jenna Mayfield — 3020 Denver Drive, Landon and Paige Fleener, $380,500. • Neal Moyer — 3800 Soderburg Drive, 3800 Soderburg LLC, $386,100. • Ellen and Jonathan Boeke — 827 Heschel St., Unit B, Ketul C. Popat, $389,000. • Lara Taback — 1731 Barnwood Drive, Robert and Jamie Petricich, $390,000. • William Fairbank — 1728 Clearview Court, Marilyn R. Johnson, $396,000. Loveland Reporter-Herald –

• Amy and Shawn Vonderhorst — 5831 Auburn Drive, Ray Guard, $397,000. • Charles and Mary Takacs — 950 Southridge Greens Blvd., Unit 21, Elizabeth C. Willson, $398,500. • Carolyn Mangerson — 1984 Sandalwood Lane, Kenneth and Cheryl Anderson, $400,000. • Ashley Ertel — 5339 Cornerstone Drive, Linnie Johnson, $402,000. • Amber Rowland — 1514 Tang Court, Leann Kay Whitney, $405,000. • Gregory and Nicole Steed — 2630 Shavano Court, Ronald E. Reece, $408,000. • Jennifer and Philip Martinez — 2002 Lookout Lane, Michael Campana, $409,300. • Matthew and Karin Rogers — 1418 Winfield Drive, Margaret F. Bertlshofer, $415,000. • James and Alicia Corley — 1209 Sawtooth Oak Court, Ashley and Walter Reed, $419,000. • Dawn Theis — 6255 Buchanan St., Robert and Barbara Beers, $425,500. • Sasha Pieterse — 3108 Indigo Circle S., Nicholas and Angela Das, $428,800. • Thomas Jaeger — 7560 Tamarisk Drive, Karen S. Mordi, $439,900. • Jonathon Kelsch — 7208 White Goose Way, Cuong and Erika Tran, $440,000. • Justin and Meghan Secrest — 3001 W. Lake St., Terrill A. Burbridge, $445,000. • Joshua and Katelyn Kerstetter — 743 Benthaven St., Ian and Julie Elliott, $455,000. • Adam and Laura Molzer — 3919 Moss Creek Drive, Denise and Munir Mallal, $465,000. • Charles and Keri Innis — 2748 Coal Bank Drive, James and Shelley Deakins, $490,000. • Paul and C. Delong Champs — 3015 Lucinda Court, Daniel K. Adams, $490,000. • Nicholas and Angela Das — 2718 Stockbury Drive, William and Amy Snodgrass, $506,500. • Dallas Star — 5009 Holiday Drive, Christopher and Kather Chawula, $510,000. • James Million — 636 Monte Vista Ave., Helen H. Nettleton Trust, $512,500. • Johnny and Whitney Taylor — 5025 Holiday Drive, Greg Alan Williams, $515,000. • Max and Jennifer Huff — 5144 Madison Creek Drive, Robert and Elizabeth Cazier, $521,600. • Jonathan Straube — 5362 Northern Lights Drive, Chatburn LC, $540,000. • Bryon Jones — 2457 Iowa Drive, Brandon and Kelsey Bailey, $550,000. • Reed and Catharine Soukup — 1250 S. Summit View Drive, Daniel L. Oman, $581,000.

• Clifford and Jean Aims — 6851 Ranger Drive, Dary and Bonnie Northrop, $595,000. • Michael Michaud — 2632 Red Fox Court, Ben and Sarah Springer, $597,000. • Anne Harmon — 425 N. Whitcomb St., Carol E. Gyger, $620,000. • Robert and Elizabeth Cazier — 6002 Espalier Court, Toll Co. I. LLC, $640,000. • Mary Keith — 627 E. Plum St., Carla K. Starck, $676,000. • Nicholas and Kristin Haws — 2721 Walkaloosa Way, Melody Homes Inc., $690,500. • Dave and Kelley Gilliland — 4014 S. Lemay Ave., Unit 8, Ralph and Mary Will, $698,000. • Rafael Martinez — 5633 Evening Primrose Lane, Paul and Andrea Hibma, $699,000. • Paul and Andrea Hibma — 6582 Rookery Road, Wilfred Zeuner, $705,000. • Lori Jensen — 412 E. Pitkin St., GCC Invest LLC, $769,500. • Thomas and Beth Munson — 3215 Town Center Court, Wesley and Joan Carter, $852,300. • Rajesh and Tricia Ashtaputre — 7940 Eagle Ranch Road, Karen and Carl Huffstutter, $900,000. • Leon Green — 542 Linden View Drive, Eric Nanette Young T., $919,000. • Stacy Temples — 3059 Hinkley Drive, Travis and Amanda Moore, $1,155,400. • Richard and James Callan — 1805 Cottonwood Point Drive, Leon Green, $1,265,000. • Douglas and Kristi Dawson — 4219 Taliesin Way, Nancy A. Gruver, $1,885,000. Greeley • William and Sharon Kunzman — 5151 29th St., Unit 1310, Steven J. May, $168,000. • Joseph Montoya — 4502 Mesa Verde Drive, David C. Deiter, $170,000. • Dillon Briscoe — 3480 W. Second St., James Hall, $176,000. • Lynnette and Donald Butler — 2206 20th Ave., Catherine L. Witte, $202,900. • Trent Timm — 2658 12th Ave. Court, Pearl L. Fry, $215,000. • Rebecca Reyes — 503 18th Ave., Christopher Steven Tackett, $220,000. • Amy and Jody Brewer — 2907 18th St., Kimberly Hitchcock, $235,000. • Julie Pohlman — 2648 17th Ave., Andrea Hall, $247,500. • Leonard Brown — 2451 Arbor Ave., Seth and Chelsea Monholand, $247,500. • Brandi and David Luka — 909 E. 25th St. Road, Paul and Dawn Gilbert, $250,000. • Joel and Briana Harris — 1444 25th Ave., Adam D. Ketteridge, $250,000. • Santiago Fulton — 4626 W. Second June 9-10 2018

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St., Vern and Kristen Rathbun, $250,000. Sean Larsen — 1310 10th Ave., Eugene C. Herold, $250,500. Miguel Colin — 4328 W. A. St., Whitnee L. Patten, $260,000. Cody Clark — 1533 11th St., Vicente Duran Gallegos, $267,000. Randal and Barbara Revak — 5601 18th St., Unit 26, Magers Family Trust, $271,000. Katherine Simonton — 2010 46th Ave., Unit M2, Timothy J. Nash, $275,000. Steve and Laurie Thompson — 321 45th Ave., Nicholas Schafer, $295,000. Eric and Shannan Hardenburger — 2118 27th Ave., Karen and Scott Barber, $299,000. Benjamin Perkins — 2101 14th St. Road, Liam M. Gallagher, $299,900. Thomas and Becky Tesone — 1863 Montview Blvd., Sharon A. Smith, $300,000. Cheryl Lee — 6135 W. Eighth St., Ann Murphy, $305,000. Roberta Fradley — 1601 44th Ave. Court, Unit 5, Howard Revocable Trust, $314,900. Marian Hamilton — 2702 23rd St., Paul and Kathleen Rainbolt, $325,000. Jordan and Taylor Dunn — 1102 102nd Ave., Baessler Residential LLC, $328,900. Julio Tanori — 2307 Fairway

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Lane, Richard E. Karen Lou Revo., $345,000. • Luis Duran — 182 63rd Ave., Lynnette K. Arndt, $350,000. • Phong Pham — 2237 74th Ave., Matthew and Christina King, $380,000. • Adolf and Lorita Wachsmann — 601 N. 81st Ave., Baessler Residential Colo. LLC, $383,800. • Philip and Niole Hauck — 4501 23rd St., Shanna Lynn White, $403,000. • Charles and Katherine Raines — 121 N. 61st Ave., Brian and Katherine Roberts, $450,000. • Erik Vandecar — 1955 18th Ave., 1955 18th Ave. LLC, $515,000. • Shanna White — 1848 Homestead Road, Juanita D. Romero, $740,000. • John and Lisa Seitz — 5448 W. Seventh St. Road, Harry Asmus Family Trust, $835,000. Johnstown • Ryan Traeger — 401 N. Second St., John and Paige Gordon, $180,000. • Amy Prazan — 445 Saint Charles Place, Nicole R. Howard, $249,900. • Wade Lods — 21 S. Greeley Ave., Richard and Clara Jones, $279,000. • Heath and Jamie Huff — 333 Basswood Ave., Dustin D. Dreiling, $300,000. • Dawn Sharp — 3906 Balsawood Lane, Travis and Daina Roeder, $315,000. • Gregory and Melisa Depaolo —

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1909 Greenbriar Court, Tyler and Lindsay Rashid, $320,000. Kerri Schnulle — 5225 Cherrywood Lane, Jamie L. Clark, $325,000. Kathryn Clark — 208 Darlington Lane, Yvonne B. Olson Trust, $330,000. Cody and Melinda Parker — 338 Sycamore Ave., Amy K. Prazan, $350,000. Angel and Alisha Moran — 166 Buckeye Ave., Niribel Krystal Salido, $350,200. Lawrence McNitt — 877 N. Greeley Ave., Gregory and Edith Wilkerson, $350,600. John Perry — 318 Boulder Lane, Jeffrey and Abbey Irvine, $356,500. Michael Tomky — 2244 Black Duck Ave., Scott and Dawn Parker, $375,000. Jocelyn Plascencia — 2761 White Wing Road, Charles J. Mylander, $392,000. Nicole and Glover Howard — 5037 Ridgewood Drive, Justin and Breanna Cain, $399,000. Kaci and Jason Beisly — 5055 Ridgewood Drive, Michael Pirraglia, $430,000. Jeffrey and Abbey Irvine — 4362 Chicory Court, Saint Aubyn Homes LLC, $446,800. Shane and Courtney Walter — 4383 Golden Currant Court, Bridgewater Homes LLC, $462,000. Tony and Kristen Cordova — 4107

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Watercress Drive, Saint Aubyn Homes LLC, $484,100. • Cristian Cassan — 4358 Cicely Court, Bridgewater Homes LLC, $485,000. • Charles Mylander — 324 Ricker Lane, Shawn Fredrickson, $500,000. • Troy and Kathryn Halverson — 4070 Carroway Seed Drive, Saint Aubyn Homes LLC, $508,600. Loveland • Darin Barnett — 1447 Rancho Way, Derek Barnes, $96,000. • Geoff Engerman — 835 Deer Meadows Drive, Xiaolin Liu, $125,000. • Nicole Stoskopf — 2068 Dove Creek Court, Edward A. Jensen Trust, $246,100. • Jeffery Lambert — 985 W. 10th St., Apt. C1, Breckenridge Property Fund, $254,500. • Burt Preston — 216 Kathryn Drive, Kenneth C. Richardson, $270,000. • Heather Young — 2128 Lily Drive, Ryan Perry, $296,000. • Kandis Laponte — 594 E. 42nd St., M. E. LLC, $310,000. • Nancy Just — 3445 Rhea Drive, Lurlene Marie Delima, $311,000. • Becky Peterson — 2335 Sopris Circle, Amy Taylor, $312,000. • William Wilson — 2409 S. Arthur Ave., Roland and Lora Webb, $312,000. • Jason Powers — 3693 Boulder Drive, Ronald and Julie Schroeder, $317,000.


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424 Juniper St, Johnstown $335,000 3 Beds • 3 Baths • Total Sq. Ft. 2,034 Don’t miss this better-than-new home with huge yard, pergola, and extended patio with easy access to I-25 and Johnstown. 3-car garage.

3054 Suri Trail, Bellvue $1,500,000 • MLS# 848392 5 Beds • 5 Baths • Total Sq. Ft. 6,075

2606 15th Ave, Greeley $279,000 • MLS# 851751 5 Beds • 3 Baths • Total Sq. Ft. 2,520

8336 Sand Dollar Dr, Windsor $800,000 5 Beds • 5 Baths • Total Sq. Ft. 5,475

This Ranch home features a walk-out basement, main floor office, fitness or craft room, formal dining, gourmet kitchen, guest or in-law retreat & thousands in upgrades. 1077 sq ft attached garage and a detached 2,177 Sq Ft garage w/office.

One of the largest homes in FARRS. This Brick ranch features hardwood floors, central AC, remodeled bath, new roof and new windows plus a large living room, formal dining, family room, fenced yard, patio and a spacious workshop.

Highland Meadows Parade Home Winner! Gorgeous 2-story w/MAIN FLOOR MASTER on 1/3 acre! Backing to 35 Acres! 2 level patio, HUGE finished basement! Fine finishes throughout! Showings begin 6/12. Call Maria.

John Simmons 970-481-1250

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1156 Shelby Dr, Berthoud $879,900 5 Beds • 4 Baths Amazing Views! Beautiful 5bed/4bath ranch, with finished basement, sits on 2 acres. 4 car attached with large outbuilding. RV parking, bring your toys! Scott & Tracie Phebus 970-215-1316

Todd Jeskulski 970-391-1197

610 N Jefferson Ave, Loveland $689,610 • MLS# 852129 4 Beds • 2 Baths • Total Sq. Ft. 3,825 Magnificently maintained Craftsman style 1920 Historic Registered Harter/ Borland Home by architect Robert K. Fuller is waiting for you in Downtown Loveland! Family owned ~ a century! Zoned Commercial! Stefanie Erion 970-415-7598 June 9-10, 2018


3648 Wild Horse Ct, Loveland $265,000 2 Beds • 2 Baths • Total Sq. Ft. 1,505

1732 Keyes Ct, Loveland $425,000 4 Beds • 4 Baths • Total Sq. Ft. 3,715

Maintenance-free in a quiet cul-de-sac. 2 BD on main w/ bonus loft. Spacious laundry room, lots of cabinets, open floorplan. Home backs to landscaped greenbelt. HOA includes lawn, snow removal, water/sewer and exterior maint.

Vaulted ceilings & spacious rooms.Newer paint, carpet, doors, kit. appl.,H2O htr, furn., bsmt flr & bath. HUGE deck & patio.Corner cul-de-sac lot.Owner had a bsmt hair salon can convert into a 2nd master.

Sharon Cook 970-679-9900

Mandi Krueger 303-981-5870

970.225.5152 • C3 Real Estate Solution, LLC.

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• Lei Zheng — 1915 Halfmoon Circle, Robert and Frances Strickland, $319,900. • Allison and Isaac Baker — 2276 Darla Court, Jeffrey and Ho Kreitner, $320,000. • Forrest Lacey — 606 Crescent Drive, Crescent LLC, $320,000. • Charles and Mary Hubbard — 1810 Empire Ave., George and Marcia Smith, $322,500. • Elizabeth and Todd Bender — 4282 Cripple Creek Drive, Heather and Michael Gannon, $325,000. • Michael and Jennifer Haug — 2602 Empire Ave., Sharon Kay Michael Trust, $325,000. • Michael and Joanne Allen — 3724 Lincoln Court, Jennifer and Scott Oliver, $330,000. • Samuel Blake — 768 Ptarmigan Run, Legacy Holdings Trust 10, $335,000. • Cyril Hennum — 2733 Abarr Drive, Tamera J. Curtis, $339,900. • Douglas and Susan Cooper — 1919 W. 22nd St., Joan and Burke Fishburn, $342,500. • Tracey Haylock — 1903 Empire Ave., Donnie and Debra Daugherty, $355,000. • Kelly Coker — 1116 Knobcone Place, Steven and Julie Watts, $365,000. • Ezekiel Cortez — 1720 Del Norte Ave., 1720 Del Norte Ave. Land Trust, $371,000.

• Lurlene Delima — 3890 Cardiff Court, William J. Waligora, $375,000. • Rory Seeman — 3019 Aries Drive, Detlef and Edith Eurich, $386,000. • Molly Pederson — 3874 Adine Court, Savant Homes Inc., $414,000. • Toby and Stephanie Grace — 1165 Milner Ave., M. D. Trust, $425,000. • John and Theresa Barron — 857 Wisteria Drive, Franklin W. Coldwater Trust, $432,200. • Christopher and Jodi Jodi — 2286 Vermillion Creek Drive, David and Sarah Maples, $475,000. • Russell Eck — 3266 Sedgwick Circle, Rick and Michele Patton, $485,000. • Christopher and Diedra Bassel — 2825 Arbor Drive, Barbara D. Hoffman Trust, $525,000. • Jay and Kelly Wickerham — 2576 Chaplin Creek Drive, Wonderland Centerra LLC, $596,800. • Douglas and Brenda Hartman — 2138 Seven Lakes Drive, Martin Family Revocable, $600,000. • Michael Shirazi — 4366 Monroe Ave., Kevin C. Bower, $1,000,000. • Ryan Shedd — 8150 Open View Place, James L. Cover, $1,450,000. Windsor • Stacie and Dale Carver — 387 Buffalo Drive, Unit C, Sheryl L. Bartmann, $207,000. • Jenna Raymond — 809 Scotch Pine

Drive, Jason M. Albert, $297,000. • Brent and Jaden Zeigler — 2157 Montauk Lane, Unit 3, Lighthouse Point LLC, $338,100. • Tedy Lima — 2154 Montauk Lane, Unit 3, Lighthouse Point LLC, $356,000. • Erick Ghent — 6340 Pumpkin Ridge Drive, Unit 5, Ravenna Townhomes La LLC, $356,700. • Tara Mitchell — 871 Shirttail Peak Drive, Midian Home LLC, $362,400. • Chad Wegscheider — 918 Pierson Court, Melody Homes Inc., $364,300. • Kirby and Leah Boyd — 6340 Pumpkin Ridge Drive, Unit 4, Ravenna Townhomes La LLC, $383,800. • Michael and Meridith Palizzi — 5742 Bexley Drive, Saint Aubyn Homes LLC, $396,100. • Edward and Victoria Baron — 678 Vermilion Peak Drive, Bridgewater Homes LLC, $404,900. • Landon and Paige Fleener — 899 Shirttail Peak Court, Christopher and Rhonda Stamant, $420,000. • Thomas and Kimberley Delany — 2136 Longfin Drive, Jeffrey and Jeffrey Rock, $425,000. • Wendall and Valerie Davenport — 2168 Longfin Drive, Melody Homes Inc., $428,000. • Justin and Connie Bogan — 5143 Carmon Drive, Saint Aubyn Homes

LLC, $429,300. • Chad and Fern Wilson — 2106 Cape Hatteras Drive, Cheryl L. Lee, $485,000. • Michael and Lisa Pirraglia — 959 Tail Water Drive, Aspen View Homes LLC, $485,000. • Jonathan and Jenna Coleman — 8113 Northstar Drive, Daryl and Tanya Webster, $488,800. • James Valentine — 5013 Country Farms Drive, Tony and Kristen Cordova, $528,000. • Lisa and Jeff Michie — 515 Pelican Cv, Drake Family Revocable Trust, $533,500. • Kevin Bruton — 4817 Country Farms Drive, James and Julia Isenhour, $545,000. • Eric and Kristen Wilkening — 649 Boxwood Drive, Midian Home LLC, $552,900. • Scott and Debbie Whitney — 445 Whitney Harbor, Peter and Kristy Leclair, $600,000. • Terry and Robin Dettmann — 7830 Windsong Road, Needham B. Carswell, $650,000. • John and Michele Shafer — 6019 Crooked Stick Drive, Ridgeway Custom Homes LLC, $664,900. • Margo Karsten — 307 Teal Court, William and Rosalie Vorlage, $900,000. New Construction in Windsor Jump in and make Selections Now! Ranch style home with covered patios. Interior selections are being made, and if you decide quickly, YOU can have input!

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