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Fall Puzzlers

While prices rise and interest rates remain low, doubt remains

Fall can bring its own set of garden mysteries, but they are easily solved with the right information.

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FALL PUZZLERS Several questions have been burning in By Carol O’Meara the minds of Colorado State gardeners as University Extension fall takes a grip on our landscapes. These puzzlers make us stop and ponder the quirks of nature, such as sending up a poppy bloom just as the mums are enjoying the stage. Most of the unusual sights in the garden are normal and occur yearly; others are harmless, but, like a solar eclipse, don’t happen very often. Here’s a grab-bag of strange garden high jinks and the reasons behind them: Trees changing colors. Finally, with brilliant yellows, oranges and occasional reds, our trees are dotting the area in colors like an artist’s pallet. We know this means those

leaves will soon drop, and revel in the show as leaves slowly close down. But newcomers to seasonal foliage are alarmed by this, mistaking the change for a problem or disease on the tree. Should you see someone agitated by the changing colors, gently explain that this is something we like to call “fall,” and that it happens every year around this time. Though this lighthearted look at changing seasons may bring a laugh, a different seasonal tree phenomenon baffles many despite how long they’ve lived here. Namely, pine trees losing their oldest needles. Each autumn, pines shed their interior needles, which turn brown and drop. This is normal, and depending on the weather over the summer, the amount of needles shed can vary from a lot to a little. Driving around the area, many pines are in their fall mode for

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Plants, such as iris or forsythia, blooming again. This is an odd occurrence, but occasionally a snap of chilly weather followed by warm days during short days of autumn spur plants into a smaller late season flowering. The plant should be fine, but those blooms will not open again in spring. Buffalo grass that turns purple late in September is not displaying a devotion to the Colorado Rockies. Rather, this plant changes color at the first kiss of frost, becoming a lovely lavender. This happens on actively growing Buffalo Grass that hasn’t shut down from cooling temperatures and shorter days. It will recover from this in the spring once temperatures have warmed. Colorado State University Extenneedle drop. Should your pine have brown nee- sion provides unbiased, researchdles toward the inside of the tree at based information about consumthis time, relax. But if the browning er and family issues, horticulture, goes out to the tips of the branches natural resources, agriculture and you might want to call an arborist to 4-H youth development. For more information contact Extension at give the tree a check up. http://www.ext.colostate.edu/inPowdery mildew on just about every member of the cucurbit family dex.html. – pumpkins, squash, and cucumbers THE COLORADO MASTER – has gardeners worried that their GARDENER PROGRAM vegetable patch will be permanently in Boulder County is currently diseased. Yet this fungus is common taking applications for the fall to these plants at the end of the class. season. As the vines get larger, less air is circulating through the plant, If you are interested in helping and older leaves or those in decline others garden, the Colorado are vulnerable to attack. Master Gardener program is Because the waning days spell for you! the end of the season for the plants, Classes run the end of January little is done to save them from this through March and will be held disease. Clean up all the leaves from every Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 the garden once the vines die off, p.m. Please call 303-678-6238 and you’ll have little problem next for an application. year for most of the growing season.

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The value of DIY home improvement projects

Each day across the United States homeowners are taking on do-ityourself home improvement projects. Whether you’re a first-time or longtime homeowner, DIY enhancements can have positive results - emotionally, esthetically and financially. By tackling DIY projects, you’ll feel a sense of pride and accomplishment from improving or customizing your home. The experts at True Value know DIY projects are more popular than

ever - particularly those that help preserve family heirlooms, tailor your home to your tastes or help you save time and money. Here some expert tips from the True Value DIY Squad on a few of these projects: FAMILY TRADITIONS

It’s easy to recognize the value of DIY when you take on a project that holds special meaning to you and your family. Take a look at old furniture or a family heirloom to see how you can breathe some new life into it. By doing this, you add history to your home, create something unique you can’t purchase at a store and bring to life an item that can be passed along

for future generations. “It’s the emotional connections that make heirlooms so valuable,” says Susan Herin, blogger for Between Naps on the Porch and a member of the DIY Squad. “Sometimes all it takes is some sanding, a fresh coat of paint and a bit of your time to refresh a family antique.” MAKE IT YOUR OWN

Another benefit to DIY projects is that you have the freedom to personalize your space, making it a reflection of your personal taste. Think big picture, because oftentimes simple weekend projects can have a big impact. For instance, the DIY Squad recommends a fresh coat of paint to make a difference. Color can influence your mood and thoughts, so it’s important that the colors of the rooms within your home reflect your personality and taste. Something as simple as reviving a room using color can breathe new life into you and

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Putting in a little elbow grease upfront can pay off by saving you time and money in the long run. You can take on many simple projects yourself without breaking the bank or waiting for the contractor to call you back. “Even if you have very little DIY experience, you can find resources to help you complete a project on time and within budget,” says Marian Parsons, blogger for Miss Mustard Seed and a member of the DIY Squad. “When in doubt, a trip to your local True Value hardware store is where you will find the answer. The aisles are filled with the supplies you need and the people behind the counter have the expertise to help you get the job done right.” For more DIY advice and weekend project inspiration, visit TrueValue. com, StartRightStartHere.com and Facebook.com/TrueValue.

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OpenHomes Quick Guide

Visit AtHomeColorado.com for a complete listing and map of open homes in the area.

Open House - Saturday 10-12-13 Price:

Address:

Location:

Time:

Agent:

Office:

Phone

$140,000

117 S. Washington Ave.

Loveland

11am-1pm

Kathy Boeding

The Group, Inc.

970-231-9073

$143,030

4905 Hahns Peak Drive

Loveland

11am-3pm

Jeremy Johnson

RE/MAX Alliance

970-313-6166

$154,000

1738 Karen Court

Loveland

1pm-3pm

Christine Cavalier

The Group, Inc.

303-827-9170

$163,000

1613 West 16th Street

Loveland

1pm-3pm

Leone Coryell

The Group, Inc.

970-227-1757

$206,400

342 Lark Place

Loveland

1pm-4pm

Paul Jansen

Coldwell Banker

970-567-4757

$210,000

911 Franklin

Loveland

10am-12pm

D.R. Phillips

The Group, Inc.

303-956-8134

$217,000

1913 Overland Drive

Johnstown

12pm-2pm

Susan Propp

C3 Real Estate

970-691-0754

$225,000

810 West 7th Street

Loveland

11am-1pm

Jill Angelovic

The Group, Inc.

970-619-0051

$269,900

2051 Rodgers Court

Loveland

1pm-3pm

D.R. Phillips

The Group, Inc.

303-956-8134

$299,000

220 Cleopatra Street

Ft. Collins

1pm-3pm

Kathie Swanson

Century 21, Humpal

970-405-6605

$310,000

8071 Lighthouse Lane

Windsor

11am-1pm

Randy Payne

C3 Real Estate

970-443-0234

$325,000

1463 Capulin Drive

Loveland

1pm-3pm

Julie Swanty

RE/MAX Alliance

970-481-7646

$328,313

1920 Arkansas Street

Loveland

12pm-5pm

Lisa O'Brien-Suchy

The Group, Inc.

970-566-0995

$499,900

105 Mountain View Dr.

Mead

12pm-3pm

Dick Link

Century 21, Humpal

970-420-5757

$595,000

2101 Skyrock Road

Loveland

11am-1pm

Kim Summitt

The Group, Inc.

970-689-6950

$599,900

5294 Fox Hollow Court

Loveland

1pm-3pm

Cary Irvin

The Group, Inc.

970-679-1556

Open House - Sunday 10-13-13 Price:

Address:

Location:

Time:

Agent:

Office:

Phone

$143,030

4905 Hahns Peak Drive

Loveland

11am-3pm

Jeremy Johnson

RE/MAX Alliance

970-313-6166

$195,000

3824 Blackwood Lane

Johnstown

12pm-2pm

Megan Rau

C3 Real Estate

970-215-3330

$210,000

1633 Axial Drive

Loveland

2pm-4pm

Franci Wunderlich

RE/MAX Alliance

970-667-1828

$225,000

810 West 7th Street

Loveland

11am-1pm

Jill Angelovic

The Group, Inc.

970-619-0051

$269,900

2051 Rodgers Court

Loveland

2pm-4pm

Jessica Tate

The Group, Inc.

303-956-8134

$275,000

1462 W. 28th Street

Loveland

1pm-3pm

Jeannine Maxwell

RE/MAX Alliance

970-689-4824

$310,000

8071 Lighthouse Lane

Windsor

11am-1pm

Randy Payne

C3 Real Estate

970-443-0234

$328,313

1920 Arkansas Street

Loveland

12pm-5pm

Lisa O'Brien-Suchy

The Group, Inc.

970-566-0995

$330,000

1453 Jamie Court

Loveland

12pm-2pm

Tiffany Luthi

The Group, Inc.

970-691-4838

$369,900

3149 Holyoke Court

Loveland

12pm-2pm

David Powell

RE/MAX Alliance

970-481-5015

$525,000

2036 Seven Lakes Drive

Loveland

1pm-3pm

Rob Mygatt

The Group, Inc.

970-227-6489

$595,000

2101 Skyrock Road

Loveland

11am-1pm

Kim Summitt

The Group, Inc.

970-689-6950

$599,900

5294 Fox Hollow Court

Loveland

1pm-3pm

Cary Irvin

The Group, Inc.

970-679-1556

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OPEN HOUSE - SAT. & SUN. 11am-1pm 8071 Lighthouse Lane Windsor - $310,000

“Just minutes from Centerra, Loveland, Ft. Collins and Greeley, this 3 BR, 3 Bath home offers wood floors, 5 pc Master Suite, Loft Office over grand entryway, private oasis back deck, open space to back and front. Classic Colorado.” MLS 720414 Hosted by Randy Payne, Real Estate Advisor 970-443-0234 • RPayne@c3-re.com

Open House Saturday 12-3pm

OPen HOuse 10/11/13 Friday 3:00 - 6:00 10/12/13 saturday 1:00 - 4:00

105 Mountain View Drive, Mead – $499,900

342 Lark Place • $206,400

1.3 Acre lot in Mulligan Lake Estates. Private lake, tennis courts, walking path. 5 Bed, 4 Bath, 7 car garage, 5 pc master suite, sprinkler system, central A/C

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Paul Jansen

970-420-5757 Missinglink5757@yahoo.com

970-567-4757 Member of the Cliff Johnson Team

1930 Sq. Ft., 4 bed, 2 bath, 2 car garage. Renovation Complete! Owner installed New Kitchen w/new Stainless Steel Frigidaire appliances, New Cabinets, Counter tops, and Flooring. New Heater and A/C. New Roof, Siding, and Windows. Done by A rated local contractors and come with warranty. New-Entry Doors, Tile Entry, Oak Stairs & Upper Floors. Located in a Quiet cul de sac. Good Working Wood Fire place down stair with a Heat Exchanger upstairs to warm Whole House! Two Car Garage with Overhead Doors on Front and Back for Access to back. 2 Sheds. MLS#712827

1866 Gemini Court, Loveland

Open HOuse sunday 12 - 2pm 3824 Blackwood Lane $195,000

$194,000 | MLS# 716896

Thompson River Ranch. 2 story has an open floor plan w kitchen island & upgrades throughout. 2 Car garage, high ceiling w loft. Community includes pool, disc golf, acres of open space. MLS 720671

Hosted by Megan Rau • 970-215-3330 MRau@c3-re.com

970-226-3990

Builder Opportunity in Dakota Glen www.1050PrismCactus.com Build on the only lot in Dakota Glen open to outside builders! Bring us your plan and we will work together to make the dream a reality. The lot is next to an open natural area with views of the Cattail Reservoir.

Presale or Spec Home

Nanci@SellsRealEstate.com

970-227-1327 or 970-622-1810

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$869,000 | MLS# 720644

Call Abby Renner 970-226-3990

970-566-0635 arenner@remax.net

Call Abby Renner

Amazing mountain views on this 7.9 acre custom property w/ 6 beds, 5 baths, & 3 car garage. Main floor master w/ sitting room, 5 piece bath, gourmet kitchen, & fin. daylight basement. Shared irrigation well & farm lease on crops, included!

970-566-0635 arenner@remax.net

Charming 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage with open floor plan. Seller offering a $700 carpet credit & 1 year home warranty. Partially finished basement, all appliances stay, large kitchen, A/C, and sprinkler system.

OPEN HOUSE – SATURDAY 1 - 3pm 220 Cleopatra St - Fort Collins $299,000 4 Bed, 4 Bath, 2 master suites, shed, 3 car garage. Newly remodeled kitchen! Kathie Swanson • 970-405-6605

Open House - Saturday 12 - 2pm 1913 Overland Drive Johnstown - $217,000

4 bed 3 bath, Open Floor Plan, Vaulted ceilings & bay window located in Rolling Hills Sub-division! 5 pc. Master bath Bamboo Floors, Breakfast bar/kitchen work station Basement has home theater, bedroom with walk-in closet! Large yard, with patio & deck. MLS 720617 Hosted by Susan Propp, Real Estate Advisor 970-691-0754 • SPropp@c3-re.com

For a complete listing and map of open homes in the area visit AtHomeColorado.com

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There are others being built! Ranch Style, 2 bedrooms, 2 bath, Den 2 car garage Nanci Garnand 970-227-1327

OPEN HOUSE - SAT. 1:00-3:00

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Nanci@SellsRealEstate.com ~ 622-1846

Jan Jordan Reverse Mortgage Specialist Security One Lending 970-646-8908

Open Saturday 10am-6pm & Sunday 12pm-6pm 2912 Saratoga Trail Frederick $424,500 MODEL HOME FOR SALE SSpacious 2-story home features, 4 bedrooms, study, 3.5 baths, 4 car garage, granite countertops, hardwood floors, st stainless steel appliances, Front & Rear landscaping with irrigation system, full yard fencing MUST SEE – WON’T LAST LONG!

Brandy & Scott • D.R. Horton Homes • 303-833-1940 JOHNSTOWN TOWNHOMES, MAINTENANCE FREE LIVING, 3 Bedrooms,3baths, 3 car garages ,Walkout Basement, Move in Ready. $249,900 Small, Friendly Town Living CLOSE TO City Amenities and Services Come give use a look or visit our WEB page at COLOTOWNHOMES.COM New Construction in final phase of Rolling Hills Ranch starting at $225,100 I - 25 to exit 252 - Go East to Rolling Hills Ranch Dr. “approximately 3 miles” - Turn Left to Rolling Hills PKWY - Right, to the TownHomes on right.

OPEN DAILY • Call Ron Ehrlich • 970-539-0102

Open Saturday 10am – 6pm & Sunday 12pm - 6pm 18038 W. 78th Drive Arvada $662,900

NEW HOME WITH BUILDER’S WARRANTY N S Spacious 2-story home features 4 bedrooms, loft, study, 4 4.5 baths, 4 car garage, granite countertops, hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, Private stairway to master with wet bar & balcony, large lot. MUST SEE!

Brian Schroeder • D.R. Horton Homes • 303-424-0728

Open House - Sat. & Sun. 1-4pm Four Ranch Plans available, starting at $296,800

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even if you don’t realize it. The Case-Shiller S&P Housing Index revealed this week that housing prices have risen an astonishing 12 percent in the past year in the top 20 markets, or just over 1 percent per month.According to the August Zillow Real Estate Market Report, national housing prices rose a still amazing 6.6 percent, year-over-year, and Zillow By Ilyce Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin, Tribune projects that U.S. home values Media Services will rise another 5.2 percent Q: Greetings. I just read with by August 2014. amazement the story printed “August marked the end of one of in the Sunday Oregonian titled the hottest summer home shop“Negative Equity Drops as Housing ping seasons in years, as home value Markets Gain.” appreciation rates continued their If you do your stories and rocket ride upward -- perhaps danpost them in different states, you gerously so in some metro areas,” should look to those states for your said Zillow Chief Economist Stan info that pertain to those particuHumphries in a statement.“Doublelar states. digit appreciation rates do help to Here in Oregon, the economy is lift homeowners out of negative so bad that the housing market equity and to entice sellers into a is still flooded with foreclosures, low-inventory environment, but which is why so many non-forethis rapid growth is not normal and closed units are still upside down. cannot and should not be expected They’ve been this way for about to last.We are already beginning to eight years, and there’s no relief in see moderation in the monthly pace sight.The properties that are being of home value appreciation, which sold are the foreclosed units, and will be good for the market overall that’s not very strong either. and in the long term.” Just my two cents. We don’t know where you live in Portland, but according to the ZilA: The numbers that we were low report, home prices rose more looking at in that story are national than 15 percent from August 2012 numbers.They’re built on what’s to August 2013. Even over the last happening everywhere in the counmonth, from July to August, home try, not just what is going on in your prices rose 1.3 percent. immediate backyard. But to your point, the reason There are plenty of states and home prices are now starting to locations that are not experiencing zoom in Portland is likely because the real estate turnaround (such as there are so many foreclosures. it is, but more on that in a moment). When investors swoop in and But your particular corner of Portscoop up foreclosures as fast as land, Ore., is starting to turn around, possible, they take the homes at the

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lowest price rungs off the market. That alone will increase “average” or “median” prices, without you seeing much of a change in your neighborhood. While prices may be rising, homebuyers who purchased homes at the beginning of the housing crisis may still be underwater. Until short sales or homes going through foreclosure get sold and come off the market, some areas of the country will continue to have trouble. In fact, some neighborhoods may take years or decades to reach the pricing levels seen at the height of the housing boom. As we always say, real estate is local, and what you see on the ground may not reflect national numbers, what is going on in your state or what is going on in other neighborhoods around you.You won’t notice upticks in the market unless you or your neighbors decide to sell. That being said, once the lowestprice homes are off the market, investors (who seem to have an

insatiable appetite at the moment, thanks to historic low interest rates) move on to the next-lowest priced tier, and so on. Eventually, all homes in the Portland metro area will get lifted by the tide of foreclosures that have been reabsorbed into the market.That’s what has happened in Las Vegas and Phoenix, which were part of ground zero for the entire crisis. In addition to disappearing negative equity, you’ll also start to see a rise in rents. Indeed, the Zillow Real Estate Market Report shows that rents rose an average of 3.3 percent in Portland year-over-year. While these numbers sound high (and they are), they’re nothing compared to what other cities are seeing. In Los Angeles, home prices rose 22.8 percent; in MiamiFt. Lauderdale, home prices rose 15.2 percent; in San Jose, Calif., 24 percent; in San Diego, 23.7 percent; in Riverside, Calif., 29.7 percent; in San Francisco, 28.1 percent; in Detroit, 20.3 percent; in Orlando, 17.5 percent; and in Las Vegas, another

30.6 percent. Such rises might lead a sane person to think that home values are soaring across the country, and at the moment, they are. Still, housing economists say that, on a national basis, home prices remain down roughly 20 percent from the 2006 high and are hovering around 2003’04 levels. All this growth has us worried. It’s coming on the back of the Federal Reserve declaring that it will continue to purchase $85 billion in bonds each month for the foreseeable future.The Fed doesn’t want interest rates rising. So, the easy money continues. The question that haunts us is this:What happens when interest rates do rise, even back to the 5 or 5.5 percent level last seen several years ago? Homebuyers (those people who will actually live in their homes, as opposed to investors or hedge funds that buy to rent out or flip) are proving to be extremely interest rate sensitive. When interest rates jumped up

over 1 percent earlier this year, homebuying slowed precipitously, so much so that it worried home builders, housing economists and the powerful real estate lobbying groups about how the new Qualified Residential Mortgage rules might affect the housing industry. In the meantime, the Fed seems willing to let the good times roll. Which for you and your neighbors is ultimately a good thing.As long as mortgage interest rates stay low enough, someone will be there to scoop up the foreclosures -- this time. It’s unclear what will happen the next time housing takes a dive. Thanks for your comment. (Ilyce R. Glink’s latest book is “Buy, Close, Move In!” If you have questions, you can call her radio show toll-free (800-972-8255) any Sunday, from 11a-1p EST. Contact Ilyce through her website, www. thinkglink.com.)(c) 2013 ILYCE R. GLINK and Samuel J.Tamkin. distributed By Tribune Content Agency, LLC.

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Smart and easy townhome living at Erie Commons By Judy Finman, At Home Drew stands on the front porch of a ranch townhome currently under construction.

“The townhomes at Erie Commons allow people to live the low-maintenance Colorado lifestyle that everyone wants – with lock-andleave convenience, and no more weekends mowing the lawn or shoveling snow. There is something here for everyone.” Erie is experiencing some of the most exciting growth of any community on the north I-25 corridor. Boulder Creek Neighborhoods has recently launched a popular new neighborhood in Erie, at Erie Commons, offering its smart and comfortable low-maintenance Elate Townhomes. (The same homes are a hot item at Steel Ranch in Louisville.) This enclave of 36 townhomes occupies a prime site on the south side of Erie Commons.Twenty of the 36 homes will be ranch-style townhomes, which feature “mainfloor living” with the master bedroom, kitchen, living room, foyer

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and laundry room all on the main floor, and a finished lower level.The other 16 homes will be two stories. There is plenty of storage for all the sports and outdoor gear of an active lifestyle, as well as wonderful outdoor living space in each home. Prices start in the high $200,000s. “Our mission is to deliver the best life possible… first and foremost for our homeowners, but also for the communities in which we build,” says Boulder Creek Neighborhoods President David Sinkey. “Here at Boulder Creek, we call that “Lifefullness” – yes, we made up the word, but we didn’t make up the concept. Lifefullness is all about

the ability to live your life fully, and Boulder Creek is proud to provide that opportunity with each home we build. We are excited to be introducing our Lifefull Townhomes in the vibrant and growing community of Erie Commons.” Erie Commons

Erie Commons is a masterplanned community that affords a fine quality of life for residents and a boost to Erie’s economic development. Residents at Erie Commons enjoy expansive views, extensive trail systems that connect to Coal Creek Trail, and open space.The core commercial area of the town benefits from the ability of residents to be able to walk and bike to Erie restaurants and businesses. Erie’s new public library, along with the award-winning recreation center with indoor pool, senior center and programs for all ages, are conveniently located next right across the street from Boulder Creek’s neighborhood of Elate Townhomes.

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“Part of what draws people to Erie is the ease of access,” says Community Sales Manager Drew Kell. “The neighborhood attracts people from across the Denver Metro area, as well as Boulder, Loveland, and even Fort Collins and Greeley. Erie Parkway provides great access to I-25, which is just three miles to the east. Residents who travel a lot really appreciate how easy it is to get to the airport.” Elate Townhomes

These are not your typical townhomes.They have separate laundry rooms, walk-in pantries, attached two-car garages, spacious conditioned storage area, and the potential for a third bedroom. Like all the homes from Boulder Creek Neighborhoods, these showcase the amenities and finishes that homeowners desire. Included are many features that other builders consider to be upgrades, like ceramic tile floors in kitchen, baths, and entry, and granite slab kitchen countertops.At the design center, choices of paints, interior doors, fixtures and more are available. “This is really the fun part in buying a new home,” says Kell,“the chance to work with our professional design team to personalize your home to your unique tastes. Our program is unusual in that we provide so many choices up front.” These homes include advanced insulation beyond building code for more comfort and lower energy costs, Energy Star®-compliant and green building practices for greater efficiency and comfort, solar readi-

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ness, and much more. As with all Boulder Creek homes, the two-story and ranch floor plans found at Erie Commons showcase the low-maintenance, lock-and-leave convenience that allows homeowners to claim the life they’ve always aspired to live. “All features of the Elate Series are designed to help you live your life to the fullest,” says Kell,“whether that’s taking advantage of Erie’s open space, or dining al fresco on your terrace.” Kell shares the most current information about the townhomes at Erie Commons, where several presales are already under construction.“We’ve had a lot of people stop by to see what’s being built, and they are so intrigued by these townhomes that they are purchasing one.” Kell is targeting December for completed models at Erie Commons, but the popular Elate Townhomes are currently being modeled at Steel Ranch in Louisville, just a short drive southwest. “All of our buyers have had the chance to tour the models at Overlook at Steel Ranch, so they can really get a feel for how their home will finish.” “I love to show folks the great home sites that are available in this new community. Many of these homes will be complete in late winter and early spring, but there is one home available now that is targeted to close before year end. You’ll have to act fast!” Boulder Creek Neighborhoods

Boulder Creek Neighborhoods is an award-winning, Louisville-based homebuilder that creates innovative communities across the Front Range.The company builds homes designed around how people aspire to live, appealing to the active-lifestyle homeowner through the creation of low-maintenance, single-family and multi-family homes. Boulder Creek’s communities vary in size, price and concept, but have a common thread:They embrace quality craftsmanship and green building practices and provide an unmatched lifestyle. For more information

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borhoods at Erie Commons to learn more about the Elate Series townhomes.Visit the Sales Office at 539 Gallegos Circle, Erie; or call 303.905.5493 or 303.772.3063; eriecommons@livebouldercreek. com.The office is currently open Monday through Thursday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Friday 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.; and Sunday 11a.m. to 6 p.m. Starting in November the office will close at 5 p.m.Visit eriecommons.com.To learn more about Boulder Creek Neighborhoods, visit livebouldercreek.com.

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Directions to Erie Commons The Boulder Creek Neighborhood Townhomes are conveniently located directly south of the Erie Recreation Center and the Library on the southwest corner of Erie Parkway and Powers Street. - From I-25 coming north or south: take Exit 232 and head west on County Road 8, which turns into Erie Parkway. From the I-25 exit go approximately 4 miles to Powers Street. Go left on Powers and then take an immediate right onto Mason Street. Take the first right onto Gallegos Circle. The Townhomes are right around the corner at 539 Gallegos Circle. - From Boulder take Arapahoe Road east to Hwy. 287. Turn left and go approximately 2 miles and take a right onto Jasper Road. Stay on Jasper for approximately 3 miles. Eventually Jasper will turn into Erie Parkway. Pass County Line Road 1 and take the next right onto Powers Street. Take the first immediate right onto Mason and then the following right on to Gallegos Circle. The Townhomes are right around the corner, 539 Gallegos Circle.

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I am a cheapskate. Frugal is a nicer word, but the truth is I can pinch a penny till Abe gets bruises. So of course I brought my skinflintiest spirit to my recent renovation of my powder room. The room had long bugged me, with its outdated vanity, country blue walls and saccharine wallpaper border printed with beribboned bouquets. Oh, and a gold faucet.At least it was gold before the finish started corroding. But the project was fairly far down my priority list, and my original dreams This bathroom with an outdated vanity, country blue of an overhaul would walls, saccharine wallpaper and a gold faucet has been have cost more than on the list for a makeover. (Mary Beth Breckenridge/ my bank account alAkron Beacon Journal/MCT) lowed. Finally, though, I could stand it no footprint that would cover the longer. I abandoned my vision gap, and since a new floor for the of wood floors, a wainscot and a bathroom and the adjoining launpedestal sink and decided to make dry room wasn’t in the budget, I’d the best of what I had. have to make do. I’m pretty pleased with the I primed the base with a goodresults, especially considering my quality primer formulated for investment — less than $700, plus use on plastic laminate, and then another $125 or so in towels and painted it in a beautiful brownish decorative accessories.Advil not gray. I replaced the doors with included. unfinished wood doors painted The room won’t make the cover to match, which I’d found for $10 of House Beautiful, but it’s a big apiece at Building 9, the discount improvement. building-materials warehouse near My proudest accomplishment is downtown Akron, Ohio.The doors my makeover of the vanity, which were narrower than the origiwas covered in white plastic nals, but I knew that by adding a laminate with an uninspired blue stile — a vertical piece of wood laminate top. between the doors — they’d cover I wanted to replace it but the opening just fine. found that wasn’t an option, since But the stile would have made my tiled floor extends just to the openings in the vanity too narthe edges of the vanity but not row to be practical, so I borrowed underneath it. Since I couldn’t find another vanity with a bigger a trick I learned from a carpenter

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The bathroom makeover included the vanity, which was covered in white plastic laminate with an uninspired blue laminate top, and was replaced with a new light brown travertine vanity top with an integrated sink. (Mary Beth Breckenridge/Akron Beacon Journal/MCT)

acquaintance: I attached the stile to the edge of one of the doors instead of the cabinet. When the doors are closed, you can’t tell the difference. Three screws were plenty to hold the stile in place. A new light brown travertine vanity top with an integrated sink purchased online (free shipping!), a new faucet and a couple of glass knobs, and I had a whole new vanity. Don’t want to replace the doors? If you don’t like their style, you can always create the illusion of raised-panel doors by gluing a rectangle of trim molding onto the front of each. Seal all the joints with paintable caulk so you won’t see cracks after you paint. If the doors have a design carved into them, fill the grooves with wood putty first and sand smooth. Another hurdle I faced in my bathroom renovation was the mirror, which was glued

to the wall. Sawing behind it with wire got me nothing but sore hands, so I resorted to pulling the mirror off the wall with a couple of dent pullers, strong suction cups sold at auto parts store for removing car dents. My husband and I attached one dent puller to each of the upper corners of the mirror and pulled, and we were surprised by how easily the mirror gave way. I knew in advance that this method would tear away some of the drywall covering and was prepared for some significant patching, but it turned out the damage was limited to a couple of fairly small spots. Since they’d be mostly hidden by the new mirror, I was able to fix them with just a skim coating of drywall compound. The towel bar was a bit of a challenge, too, since the standard sizes didn’t fit my space.That was easily

resolved: I bought a type consisting of a hollow metal rod that fits into two end brackets, and then I used a tubing cutter to cut the rod down to the size I needed. With a fresh coat of paint and a few pictures on the wall, the powder room has a fresh new look. And I still have money left for the next project on the list. ——— (Mary Beth Breckenridge can be reached at 330996-3756 or mbrecken@ thebeaconjournal.com.You can also become a fan on Facebook at http://tinyurl. com/mbbreck, follow her on Twitter @MBBreckenridge and read her blog at www. ohio.com/blogs/mary-beth.)

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Estes Park • Julie Guzzetta — 1155 S Saint Vrain Ave., No. 4, Lisa E.Thompson, $142,500. • Rodney and Nancy Higgins — 1050 S Saint Vrain Ave., No. B3, Eugene E. Green Trust, $148,000. • Karen Domenico — 2505 Longview Drive, Gregg J Brenda Marousek Revoc., $345,000. • Andrew and Cynthia Morgan — 1075 Lexington Lane, Ron and Christine Lint, $430,000. • Dennis and Lynn Stepaniak — 1082 Fall River Court, Sandra S. Ewing, $600,000.

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The following information about recent Loveland-area real estate sales is supplied by Weekly Homebuyers List Inc. of Denver; 303-744-2020. Listed are the buyer, the property address, the seller and the amount. Berthoud • Jessica Fitzpatrick — 105 E. Michigan Ave., Martin D. Hysom, $200,000. • Dennis Lebsack — 20369 County Road 3, David and Janet Versch, $225,000. • Lucas and Aleana Kincaid — 1725 Exeter St., Bear Rock LLC, $227,200. • Michael and Jeanne Zsolczai — 1605 Willow Drive, Shannon and Craig Renke, $280,900. • Ann and Robert Palumbo — 3714 Coyote Trail,Audrey and Brent Olsen, $555,000. • Murry and Elizabeth Drescher — 2830 Center Ridge Drive,William and Sandra Carlson, $794,000.

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Fort Collins • Richard Osborne — 2741 Harvard St., No. A7, Nicole L. Guli, $88,000. • Derek Ruggles — 1305 Kirkwood Drive, No. 306, and Jennifer Christopher, $92,000. • Claudia McGee — 301 Peterson St., No. 109, Stephen L. Rolston, $92,500. • Charles and Carla Vollmer — 705 E. Drake Road, No. 30P, R. and Catherine Griffith, $99,000. • Andrew Tucker — 705 E. Drake Road, No. Q19,Taurino Iv Pena, $99,300. • Sue Kenney — 512 E. Monroe Drive, No. D411, Marvin and Janney Sims, $106,500. • Jim Krupicka — 5188 Inspiration Drive, Bee Land Inc., $125,000. • Amanda Weaver — 3500 Rolling Green Drive, No. D19, Eldon Gail Schumacher Family, $129,000. • Linda Stanley — 801 E. Drake Road, No. 66,Thomas and Jean Neal, $135,000. • Joe and Franklin Ryk — 1730 Springmeadows Court, No. C, Heidi Schubert, $139,600. • Carol Verrot — 6827 Autumn Ridge Drive, No.A3, Hanna C. Lucardie, $141,300. • John and Jacqueline Transue — 1225 W. Prospect Road, No. S51, Jennifer K. Streate, $143,000. • Migdalia Morrissey — 4545 Wheaton Drive, No. H150, Stephen and Karen Dailey, $143,000. • Horacio Garza — 2631 W.Vine Drive, Cullen Honeycutt, $150,000. • Thomas Miles — 1325 Birch St., No. B19, Randolph William Leach, $154,500. • Aaron and Sara Freeman — 600 Lupine Drive,WDA Holdings LLC, $155,000.

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• Riley Milewski — 1608 Heber Drive, Stacy A.Abernathy, $155,500. • Todd Reynolds — 1705 Morningside Drive,William W.Anderson, $175,000. • Daniel Hofeling — 508 10th St.,WDA Holdings LLC, $175,000. • Catherine Wolfe — 2204 Clearview Ave.,Thomas J. Gold, $200,000. • Lacey Harper — 516 Parker St., Mundy K. Miller, $200,000. • Tyler Rossow — 2830 Edinburgh Court,Wells Fargo Bank, $204,900. • Kathleen Kelly — 737 Shadowmere Court, Barnes Investments LLC, $205,000. • Jason Rogien — 3301 Camelot Drive, Michael and Amy Ely, $205,000. • John Schulle — 908 Glenloch Drive, Craig S. Mulica, $210,000. • Deborah and Kevin Hogfeldt — 4917 Lone Pine Drive, Porter Arbogast, $210,000. • James and Jean Kreikemeier — 3520 Rocky Stream Drive, Sanctuary Development Corp., $210,000. • Dave and Connie Cain — 3012 Adobe Drive,Trisha and Justin Larimer, $215,000. • Linda Haupt — 2717 W. Mulberry St., Shannon Medlicott, $217,000. • Adam Casey — 520 City Park Ave., Kirsten and Kirsten Keadle, $219,000. • Roy and Nora Cook — 3109 Cockney St., Patrick and Katherine Schifter, $227,500. • Deborah Joyce — 617 Maple St., Lynn C. Jickling, $229,000. • Alejandrina and Chris Wyatt — 1957 Winamac Drive, Encore Homes LLC, $229,700. • Alec Shaw — 4521 Seaway Circle, Alison and David Milbauer, $230,000. • Sarah Sloane — 520 N. Sherwood St., No. 26, Jennifer J. Johnson, $235,000. • Roger and Dianne Chrisman — 3760 Carrington Circle, M. Jane Randleman Trust, $238,000. • Avery Wittmeyer — 208 W. County Road 70, James and Anna Knotts, $240,000. • Sarah and Steven McFadden — 1400 Fleetwood Court, Paul and Marcy Whitman, $248,000. • Gregory Estep — 345 Bradley Drive, Ardith J. Johnson, $254,000. • Nancy and David Foxley — 1212 Centennial Road, Gregory K. Estep, $258,000. • Robert Parr — 513 Tulane Drive, Richard R. Erika Oversteg Revo., $260,000. • Julia Smith — 7032 Sculpin Court, Anthony Charles Johnson, $262,500. • Thomas and Wimalai Callen — 515 Kim Drive, Hector and Regan Espinosa, $264,900. • Duane and Sandra Knox — 2151 Sherwood Forest Court, Frances M. Griffin, $265,000. • Roy and Carol Wortham — 660 Brewer Drive,Aaron and Andrea Taylor, $266,900.

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• Valerie Moorman — 2901 Bluegrass Drive, Sharyl R. Jordanger, $275,000. • David and Carolyn Dalbow — 1301 E. Stuart St., Bess L. Bessert, $279,200. • Chad and Cassandra Hayes — 3925 Touchstone Court, Edward and Pamela Scholten, $280,000. • Michael Geary — 4129 Stonegate Court, Diane S. Hamdorf, $285,000. • Donald and Jacqueline Picard — 2328 W.Vine Drive, Chandra and Jamie Machin, $288,000. • Donna Benson — 403 E. Prospect Road, Earl and Earlene Knox, $290,000. • William Gilbert — 1107 White Oak Court, Mary Ann Gruening, $294,000. • Anthony Johnson — 2262 Bellwether Lane, Leah Barrett, $295,000. • Neil and Jill Motley — 3903 Sunstone Way, Clifford T. Jones, $302,500. • Amy Siconolfi — 2209 Westchase Road, Richard and Andrea Pegg, $310,000. • Dakota and Kate Duff — 4896 Boca Del Rio Drive, JJ Construction Northern Co., $323,400. • Ryan Miller — 5012 Whitewood Court, Renee Harvey, $330,000. • Sharyl Jordanger — 2727 William Neal Parkway, Kenneth and Deborah Schledwitz, $339,000. • Jason and Leann Kuhl — 1724 Hotchkiss Drive,Andrea and Theodore Friesner, $347,500.

• David and Kathleen Moorefield — 401 Mason Court, No. 202, Nicholas and Amanda Panella, $354,000. • Emily Moore — 1110 Sycamore St., Jonathan A. Kindler, $363,000. • Pembroke and Anne Davis — 2108 Kerry Hill Drive, David and Marjorie Bernoudy, $380,000. • Roger Young — 1828 Wallenberg Drive,Tamara Mae Pier, $389,000. • Anne Voorhes — 4606 Mariposa Court,Thomas K.Yoder, $390,000. • Brandon and Crystal Winter — 1302 Truxtun Drive,Terry and Julie McElyea, $395,000. • Garry and Maura Rickart — 5001 Saffron Court, James and Beth Shawver, $395,000. • Charles Tucker — 1442 Hilburn Drive, John and Susan Havekost, $401,000. • Chandra and Jamie Machin — 1904 Lorraine Drive,Thomas and Jeanne Chase, $405,000. • Lesa Ringkjob — 2318 W. Prospect Road, Zulfiqar A. Shah, $437,000. • Dirk and Michelle Robinson — 3803 Little Dipper Drive, Erik and Lesley Aaeng, $439,000. • Douglas Kaltenberger — 4014 S. Lemay Ave., No. 16, Joanne S.Waltz, $479,900. • David and Jessie Berney — 1409 W. County Road 60E, Donna J. Benson, $577,000. • Eric and Reagan Eliason — 3641

Copper Spring Drive, Kishore and Sangeetha Kamath, $630,000. • James Miller — 5721 Old Legacy Drive, James and Vanessa Ciesla, $830,000. David and Donelda Cox — 362 High Pointe Drive, Connie and Michael Maxfield, $607,600. • Kevin and Megan Clay — 3640 Copper Spring Drive, Richard and Dawn Lutz, $615,000. • Richard and Binita Pass — 1401 Linden Lake Road, Craig and Carol Workman, $635,000. • Kent and Heather Luken — 4809 E. County Road 40,Thomas and Katherine Weinreich, $637,500. • Karen and Brian Mannlein — 3702 Wild View Drive, Heather Tyler, $660,000. • Victoria Markus — 4017 Spruce Drive, Lawrence and Ellen Chisesi, $670,000. • Robert Kittle — 5948 Waterfront Drive, Douglas and Carol Miller, $820,900. • Travis and Amanda Moore — 3059 Hinkley Drive, Zachariah and Cortni Ward, $865,000. • R and Lori Masi — 6320 Westchase Road, Robert and Alice Austin, $965,000.

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Greeley • John Dody — 6607 W.Third St., Unit 1212, Lindsay A. Johnson, $112,000. • Mark Speaker — 1932 24th Ave., Paula Galles, $119,000. • Tamara Moffett — 2329 W. Ninth St., Erica Coste, $123,000. • Betty Buxman — 2320 Ninth Ave., Rene R.Waters, $123,400. • Ruby Sabzevari — 2658 16th Ave., Jackie and Marlene Keene, $130,800. • Jean Wickersheim — 2105 Almond Ave., BB Local Constr. LLC, $135,000. • Joshua Charpentierbean — 3135 21st Ave., Marilyn R.Tucker, $137,000. • Michael Burgess — 5775 29th St., No. 605, Kenneth and Lynn Lowrance, $140,000. • Kenneth Spratt — 1034 E. 25th St. Lane, Jody R. Polland, $141,000. • Jessica Coakley — 1914 23rd Ave. Court, Patrick and Diane Shepherd, $143,400. • Peh Meh — 3138 21st Ave., Paul and Melissa Dailey, $148,900. • Ebrahim and Tabandeh Harraf — 2305 42nd Ave. Court, Lori L. McCarty, $149,000. • Robert Sandau — 2157 46th Ave. Court, No. B, Zora L.Willis, $158,000. • Andrea Marks — 1414 16th Ave. Court, Chelsea A. Saenz, $159,900. • Warakorn Copley — 4902 W. Second St. Road, Sirichai and Kunaputt Macoch, $165,000. • Cynthia Rouse — 6538 W. 18th St. Road, Fannie Mae, $184,900. • Claudia Garcia — 3184 51st Ave., James and Patrice Mattox, $186,000. • Ty and Christine Kasdorf — 1006 78th Ave., Steven M.White, $190,000. • Dirk and Sandra Cosner — 3323 Laguna St., Christopher and Sarah Mullen, $195,000. • Julie Valdez — 4221 W. 23rd St., Eric and Margaret Maze, $209,900. • Elina Fresquez — 326 53rd Ave. Court, Robert and Susan Riggins, $231,000. • Dennis and Jennifer Pumphrey — 5405 W. 16th St. Lane, Mitchell and Janet McGlaughlin, $239,900. • Donald and Patricia Schulz — 5233 W. Ninth St.,Aleta and Todd Lowe, $245,000. • David and Mary Baker — 406 Sage Ave., Precision Home Bldg. LLC, $372,000. Johnstown • Joseph and Diane Belden — 510 Pebble Beach Ave., Nicholas Stephenson, $197,000. • Robert Popp — 632 Torrey Pines Lane, Joseph L.Wingate, $201,000. • Timothy Kypta — 2039 Parkwood Drive, Robert Davis, $219,900. • Debra Rockhold — 712 Jay Ave., Margaret P. Kleine, $220,000. • Nicole and Matthew Crawford — 1118 Sandra Drive, Dennis and Jennifer Pumphrey, $222,500.

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• Matthew Samel — 472 Heritage Lane, Baessler Homes LLLP, $228,200. • Joseph Reese — 332 Alder Ave., Jared W. Cumpsten, $229,000. • Emory and Carol Archer — 143 Sandstone Drive, Paula and Larry Bunker, $234,000. • Leonard and Flora Bossley — 272 Sloan Drive, Daniel and Jodi Monares, $268,000. • Helen Ulrich — 106 S. Greeley Ave., Mary and James Donovan, $300,000. • John and Teresa Madsen — 1106 N. Fifth St.,Thomas and Sara White, $316,000. • Thomas and Renee Rohr — 4521 Tarragon Drive, Saint Aubyn Homes LLC, $323,400. Loveland • Laurie Bledowski — 985 W. 10th St., No.A1, Richard Payne, $132,000. • Jessica Stevenson — 985 W. 10th St., No. D1, Nancy K.Wood, $136,500. • Kent Bumguardner — 1271 S. Edinburgh Drive, Stephanie Desiderio, $145,000. • Dianne Jensen — 1250 Taft Ave., Bank New York, $150,000. • Kurt Breuer — 2155 Grays Peak Drive, No. 103, Brian W. Gueck, $154,000. • Brandyn Wahlert — 2724 Susan Drive, Keith and Robert Marsh, $166,900. • Shannon Fisher — 257 Acacia Drive, Richard L. Gardiner, $167,000. • Casey Trout — 1155 N. Jefferson Ave., Allen and Teger Stouffer, $172,000. • Mark Mecseji — 765 Johnson Ave., Daniel and Norma Byrnes, $175,000. • Sara Gray — 1914 W. 23rd St.,William E. Carr Family Trust, $183,000. • Justin Robinson — 644 W. 10th St., Jay and Debra Johann, $187,500. • Bradley and Tracy Morgan — 2622 W. 45th St., David Lopez, $188,900. • Brian Anderson — 2433 W. Linda Drive, Daniel R. Hart, $192,000. • Lewis and Barbara Moore — 2488 Sapphire St., Royce and Donna Keenan, $195,000. • Pamela Levine — 743 18th St. SW, Jeffrey Michael Curry, $195,500. • Nathan Rasmussen — 3203 N. Colorado Ave., Bryan and Kristin Thomasy, $200,000. • Perry Vockrodt — 634 W. 10th St., Oliver and Laura Gottwald, $205,800. • Ryan Still — 291 Snow Goose Ave., Christopher and Rachel Wells, $220,000. • Garrett and Tiffany Breitbarth — 1906 Gunnison Place, Jane Carr Clevenger Living, $220,000. • Gaylord Sigman — 330 E. 32nd St., Ruby E. Chilen, $220,000. • Matthew and Teresa Canaga — 1208 E. 21st Court, Lewis and Barbara Moore, $221,000. • Jonathan and Heather Velte — 5842 Meadow Creek Lane, David and Elizabeth Dillman, $224,900.

• Ryan and Kendra Noel — 4253 La Veta Drive, Jessica M. Franz, $228,000. • Anita Corder — 397 Lilac Place, Dennis L. Lebsack, $239,000. • Richard and Barbara Hansen — 3809 Higgins St., Bradley L. Miller, $245,000. • James and Merry Visger — 3585 Leopard St., Sinner Family Trust, $249,000. • Allen and Teger Stouffer — 3851 Minturn Court, Gregory S. Goodenow, $249,900. • Michael Vasquez — 453 Flint Ave., Andrew F. Kinkead, $255,000. • Steven and Jennie Votaw — 4448 Cole Drive, James and Jan Bramer, $259,900. • Jama Bradley — 1404 Caddoa Drive, No. 1, Ben Shire Investments LLC, $260,800. • Earl and Earlene Knox — 3877 Crestone Drive, Scott and Monica Graham, $320,000. • Joshua and Elizabeth Scott — 3860 Siamese St., Keith and Cristina Knaus, $322,000. • Charles and Martha Hill — 442 E. Third St., Richard Robb Wilson, $324,000. • Terri Young — 4118 Stoneham Circle, Patrick and Julie Brenning, $333,000. • Jason and Kiersten Weltin — 1162 Garfield Ave., Laura P. Perri, $345,000. • Jarrod and Lori Warner — 6520 Clearwater Drive, Kelly and Diana Stice, $349,900. • Gary and Therese Sheets — 2703 Imperial Ridge Drive, Charles and Theresa Shipler, $362,500. • David and Tawny Moreno — 4420 14th St. SW, Richard and Jean Scherer, $368,400. • Mary Blakeslee — 3026 Crooked Wash Drive, Linda L. Davis, $485,000. • Heather and Matthew Monson — 6904 Ridge Valley Court, Nicholas and Trudy Fotiades, $500,000. • Kenneth and Beth Pine — 3417 El Caminito Court, Mary Rebecca Blakeslee, $650,000. Milliken • Christopher and Alvin Lewis — 881 Wagon Train Drive, Christopher J. Lewis, $46,000. • Wendy Shook — 704 Broad St., Herbies Homes LLC, $126,900. • Benjamin and Paige Drennan — 104 S. Kathleen Ave., Kris and Stephanie Vondy, $133,000. • Timothy and Sally Smith — 321 Puma Lane, Dale and Willa Graham, $289,000.

• Mark Despain — 317 Locust St., Eric and Molly Wilkinson, $187,200. • Janet Brady — 599 Wind River Drive, Keith and Lylet Richter, $240,000. • Manuel and Rafaelita Medina — 1546 Millfleet Drive, Melody Homes Inc., $255,400. • Douglas and Tamara Bothwell — 907 Ridge Court, Bill and Marianne Crooks, $285,000. • Marcia and Lucas Lansing — 1648 Leana Court, Bank America, $305,500. • Wendy Barnes — 5239 Horizon Ridge Drive, Saint Aubyn Homes LLC, $307,400. • Jerry Prock — 7404 Ladbroke Drive, Saint Aubyn Homes LLC, $316,400. • Zachary and Nicole Staubyn — 5214 Horizon Ridge Drive, Saint Aubyn Homes LLC, $345,500. • Shawn Buffer — 1521 Windshire Drive, Melody Homes Inc., $363,100. • Michael and Suzanne Jarosz — 2137 River West Drive, Ronald and Berna Hart, $391,000. • Joel and Chresa Anderson — 5213 Kempton Drive, Saint Aubyn Homes LLC, $432,000.

FORECLOSURES

• Properties sold at the Weld and Larimer County Public Trustee foreclosure auctions for Oct. 2 and 9, 2013, respectively.The listing shows: property address; highest bidder; amount owed; sale bid. • 4412 S.Arthur Ave., Loveland; Government Loan Securitization Trust 2011-FV1 (the “Issuer“) by Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. (the “Servicer“), solely in its capacity as Servicer, with delegated authority under the transaction documents; $167,600.98; $98,900.00 • 1440 Warbler St., Loveland; Brice Enterprises, LLC; $171,858.57; $178,000.00 • 903-921 Hobbit St., Fort Collins; Mayflower Capital Company Employee Profit Sharing Plan (as to a 50% interest);Ali Pl Malik (as a 25 percent interest) and Parvez N. Malik (as to a 25 percent interest); $421,546.57; $200,000.00 • 1816 Lily Place, Unit 1, Loveland; Mariah Properties, LLC; $106,338.95; $100,000.00 • 867 Ursula Court, Milliken; Herbies Homes, LLC; $182,420.97; $135,750.00

Windsor • John Havekost — 6447 Murano Drive, Tara Pt. LLC, $75,600. • Virginia Bach — 1875 Fiji Court, Trollco Inc., $175,000. • Brent Smith — 1828 Seadrift Court, Susan and Theodore Warner, $180,000.

Reporter-Herald

OCTOBER 12, 2013


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New 16 x 66 ft Magnolia MH, incl. new carport & shed. Meadowlark MH Park, 605 W. 57th St., in Loveland is a retirement community situated in safe area. 970-667-0218

5201

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$447,700, FSBO 970-227-9101

6000

Homes for Rent

1BR , elec & h2o incl. $695. 1225 1/2 E 4th St

(alley) 970-443-4072

LUXURY GOLF TOWNHOME, N LOVELAND: 3BR 2.5BA 2C/gar, 2400sf. CT schools. $1450/mo. Call 970-2180841; 530-1017

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430 East Eisenhower Adult Community 1BR Apt. $600/mo, includes all utilities. 970-667-2086

Spacious 2 & 3 BR

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6007

Duplexes

3BR 2.5BA: Garage, Nice Deck, Wood Flrs, Bsmnt. Views of Lake Lvlnd. $1350/mo. No Smoking. 991 Winona Circle. 970-218-0510

6009

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Can’t afford Apt. Prefer to share lovely 2 BR 1-level home in older SW Loveland neighborhood. Paid utils. Equal rent. $550/mo. Must be 62+. No Smoking or Pets. Call 813-966-5463

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$10, 3 lines, 30 days

Office Space for Lease

Office Space Available in Historic Home at 617 Main St, Windsor. Owner, 970-290-8447.

For sale by owner only. No refund for early cancellation.

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AT HOME R15


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810 West 7th Street, Loveland - Awesome 1949 Bungalow with 2013 finishes. Remodeled w/new kit, paint, fixtures, wood flrs. New shingles & updated electrical & plumbing, Large lot. New windows, refinished original wood floors, new kitchen with granite.

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2036 Seven Lakes dr., Loveland - Stunning 2 story main floor master patio home built by Robert Smith. High ceilings, granite finishes, abundant natural light. Delightful kitchen nook, oversized Trex deck, exceptionally well finished lower level, Backs to private open space preserve on Horseshoe Lake.

$525,000 MLS# 720561 rob Mygatt 227-6489

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1453 Jamie Court, Loveland. 3,495 sq. ft. Ranch Large master w/5-pc bath, 2 BRs, laundry, great room, formal dining, spac. kitchen w/eat in, all on 1,758 s.f. main level. w/full fin. basement. Newer stainless appl, lovely Silhouette shades, wood blinds, many built ins & ledges, 3 Car Garage!

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117 S. Washington Ave - Historic bungalow in downtown Loveland on ¼ acre. Greenhouse, shed for chickens, potting or tools. Open floor plan w/wood floors, kitchen has maple cabinets & SS appliances. Updated bath. Near bike path, restaurants, theater. Rec center & library. Alley access & no covenants.

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1613 W 16TH ST, LOVELAnd. Charming 3bed/2bath ranch home on corner lot. Hardwood floors, open floor plan, newer appliances, bath and light fixtures. Central air and sprinkler system. Handicap accessible master bath. Home warranty included.

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2101 Skyrock rd Loveland, 80538 Beautiful contemporary 4 bdrm 4 ba home w incredible views of the city. Kit incl a walk-in pantry & ample rm for entertaining. A wine cellar, secluded sitting areas in the multi tiered yd, priv dk off the ma bdrm & lg dk off the gt rm. Over 800 sq. ft. in the grge!

$595,000 MLS# 714853 Kim Summitt 970-689-6950

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5294 Fox Hollow Court, Loveland View of 17th Fairway on Mariana Butte Golf Course from lvg rm. 4 custom tiled frplcs, vaulted ceilings & Pella windows & doors. Kitchen is cook’s dream. Main flr mstr w/double door entrance. Lrg media rm w/frplc & billiard rm.

$599,999

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1920 Arkansas Street, Loveland. Large open ranch plan with granite/quartz countertops in kitchen, full backsplash, wood floors in dining, kitchen, hall, and entry. Living room fireplace, big covered back patio, oversized 3 car garage.

$328,313 MLS# 712812 Lisa O’Brien-Suchy 970-566-0995

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1738 Karen Court Loveland, CO 80537 This well cared for hm is on a lg cul-de-sac lot & has a shed w electricity in the bkyd. The 2 car grge has a workshop area. Lg foyer w spacious coat clst. Enjoy the deck off of the lg eat in kit. Newer vinyl windows & ht wtr heater.

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