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Parade of Homes Excuse the dust we’re ‘home sweet home’ building

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The 2011 Denver Parade of Homes is open Thursday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. from Aug. 11 through Sept. 5. You can pick up a Parade of Homes guide at any of the homes on the tour, at your local American Furniture Warehouse or online at • Lennar Homes Adams model is located at: 1893 Trevor Circle in Longmont. •Oakwood Homes Gilpin model is located at: 3831 Heatherwood Circle in Loveland.

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New carpet, fresh paint, empty kitchen cabinets and a sold sign in the yard marks a new home. The Home Builders Association of Metro Denver brings the Parade of Homes for another summer showing. This year, 64 homes are on the tour throughout 19 cities along the Front Range. Vicki Pelletier, vice president of operations for HBA of Metro Denver, in Centennial, says there are many benefits to attending the parade. “People can learn about the new technology and construction practices and see the architecture, designs, trends and new energy efficiency elements. It helps people understand the pricing and market and is an opportunity for people to

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see what’s out there,” Pelletier says. Among the many homes in the parade are the Adams and Gilpin models. Ready for Move-In The Adams model, built by Lennar

Adams Model, located at 1893 Trevor Circle, in Longmont. (Vic Moss/Moss Photography)

Homes, is move-in ready with full landscaping to an installed refrigerator. Jennifer Kimball, director of sales for Lennar Homes in Colorado says the Adams model is a complete-package home designed for first-time or downsizing homebuyers. “Everything is included in this home

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Continued from 2 The backyard is ready for their dog, too,” Kimball says. The Adams model is an ENERGY STAR rated ranch home with three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a full-size unfinished basement. The home is located in Lennar Homes’ newest community, Hover Crossing in Longmont. Energy Efficiency Guaranteed Built to surpass traditional code standards, Oakwood Homes Gilpin model in Loveland is also an ENERGY STAR rated home. Michael Welty, community manager for Oakwood Homes in the Thompson River Ranch area, says the Gilpin Model is their most popular. “It’s a very functional family home, great for the first-time homebuyer because of the price and its flexible floor plan. Buyers can customize it for their own budget and needs, to make it their own,” Welty says. Buyers can take a trip to Oakwood Homes’ design center and customize their home. Welty says not only is this home functional in design, it is energy efficient with low monthly bills. Oakwood Homes is confident in the homes they build, and guarantee pricing on energy bills throughout the first two years. “When a buyer purchases a home we give that home an energy score and promise the buyer it will stay within that estimate or we will pay the difference if the bill is over,” Welty says. Buyers now consider the whole package in a home not just the monthly mortgage, but other costs as well. They want a lowmaintenance home for years to come, Welty says. With all 64 homes, the Parade of Homes provides homebuyers with an opportunity to scope out where they might dig a little in the dirt, lay some foundation and create a “home sweet home” in a new living space.

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Circus act with vertical gardening At the outskirts of our vegetable garden I planted winter squash, following expert advice to keep the vining plants out of walkways that are frequently traveled. The squash is nestled against a trellis holding two climbing beans: Vermont Cranberry and Cherokee Trail of Tears. Planting the winter squash amongst the dry beans was wise, I reasoned, because both should be harvested around the same time. The beans will climb the trellis while the squash ambles below, making use of the empty space under the teepee. It seemed like a perfectly reasoned combination. Except in my garden, nothing behaves as planned, and the Amish Pie squash took the high road, bruiting over the beans and climbing to the pinnacle of the teepee, where it waves its vine tip in quest of further heights. Attempts at pulling it down to ground level met with tragedy, since the vine is thick and snaps when handled. Wrapping its tendrils around the bamboo supports, it sits firmly at the top of the garden. Where it has begun to set fruit. And Carol O’Meara Colorado State herein lies this year’s dilemma: how to University Extension support the swelling squash. One answer lies in the simple design used by Dr. Ken Goldsberry of Donath Lake Greenhouse just south of Fort Collins. His design, consisting of 2 foot-long lengths of baling twine run through the outer edges of nylon netting, hangs from hooks on the trellis, making a perfect hammock for squash, melons or other large fruit. The netting is held in place on the twine with knots. The fruit hammock works beautifully, but if you don’t have access to baling twine and nylon netting, pantyhose work in a flash. Tie the ends to the trellis and slip the squash into its cozy sling; pantyhose stretch with the squash, keep good air circulation and are built to stand up to pressure. But the Amish Pie isn’t a demure four-pounder; no, this squash swells to 60 pounds or more; trying the fruit hammock would be like putting a bikini on a hippo – it might look nice but it won’t get the job done. And at that weight, it’s clearly beyond the capacity of pantyhose to handle, even if they are control tops. A more robust support method is called for with this plant. An old T-shirt might be strong enough as a sling, or a sheet as the fruit gets larger. The trick is making sure the sling is securely tied to the trellis. For this squash, an old step ladder snugged up underneath is the extra insurance that’s needed. Though it’s tempting to pinch off all but one or two of the swelling fruit to reduce the number maturing on the teepee, that could be counter-productive. After all, the secret to giant pumpkins is to do just this; pinch off all females except the one you want the plant to pour its energy into. The result is a squash of mammoth proportions – something I don’t want dangling with the dry beans. With slings and ladders this year’s garden circus-act will play itself out in our patch. If you’re going vertical try some of the more space saving methods on smaller fruit, like hammocks and nylons. The fruit will stay clean, and you can train your vines upward to save space. Carol O’Meara is a horticulture entomologist with the Colorado State University Extension office at the Boulder County Fairgrounds in Longmont. Contact her by calling 303-678-6238 or emailing For more gardening tips, check out her blog at

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Low mortgage rates and declining home values make homeownership extremely affordable these days. But does that mean now is the right time to buy a home? Should you wait? It depends on whom you ask, where you live and most importantly, on your own situation. Unfortunately, “nobody hits the gong when the market hits bottom,” says Jed Smith, managing director of quantitative research for the National Association of Realtors. But in many markets, it appears that home prices are close to bottoming out, he says. “In terms of affordability, now is definitely a good time,” he says. “Prices are fairly low and interest rates are hovering at historic lows ... but real estate is very local. It’s not just a question of state or city, but ZIP code.” The median price of homes sold nationwide in the first three months of the year declined 4.6 percent compared to the same period last year, according to the National Association of Realtors. Some parts of the country are experiencing much greater depreciation in home values. One example is the Miami-Fort Lauderdale area in Florida, where the median price of homes sold in the first quarter of the year declined about 20 percent. Not all markets are hurting. One of several that saw a jump in prices was the Buffalo-Niagara Falls area in New York, where the median price of homes sold in the first quarter increased 10.8 percent. “Every market is different and every situation is unique,” says Scott Caballero, area manager for PenFed Realty in San Antonio. “That’s why it’s good to speak to a professional who knows and understands your market.” While national statistics don’t paint the whole picture, generally, they can help you understand where the market might be headed. Fannie Mae recently projected that home prices will continue to fall during the next three months and begin stabilizing toward the end of the year. Some economists are not as optimistic and don’t expect the housing market to recover until 2014. Does that mean you should wait until 2012 or 2014 to start looking for a home? Not really — unless you have personal reasons to wait, says Ed Conarchy, a mortgage planner and investment adviser in Vernon Hills, Ill. While most real estate experts don’t expect home prices to spike in the next couple of years, it is unlikely that mortgage rates will remain low for long. “The chances (mortgage rates) could go up a lot is much greater than the chances of them going down a little bit,” Conarchy says. The rate on 30-year fixed mortgages reached a record low of 4.42 percent in November 2010, according to Bankrate’s weekly mortgage rate survey. The record high was about 18 percent in

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• Borrower: Victor Gutierrez, Lender: The Bank Of New York Mellon,

• Borrower: Kevin Kronfuss, Lender: Bank Of America NA As Successor, Amount: $177,258, Property: 643 Elliott St, Longmont, Filed: 07/21/11


Foreclosures – notice of election and demand

Amount: $153,516, Property: 2400 Lincoln St, Longmont, Filed: 07/21/11

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Longmont • Eliazar Monge from Gregory Michno, 10593 Butte Dr, Longmont, $154,900, home • Wayne & Donna Wolfe from Colorado Oaks LLC, 2445 Santa Fe Dr Unit A, Longmont, $270,700, condo • MBH LLC from Fannie Mae, 438 Sunnyside Ln, Longmont, $63,000, home • Safe LLC from Kingpin Redevelopment LLC, 205 S Main St Ste F, Longmont, $414,100, home • Safe LLC from Pentz Real Estate LLC, 205 S Main St Ste C, Longmont, $1,066,300, home • Michael Davies from Residential Remedies Investment, 1023 Kansas Ave, Longmont, $156,000, home • Dean Myers from Bank New York Trustee, 1011 Sonoma Cir Unit C, Longmont, $165,000, condo • Todd Minnich from Bikemore Real Estate Investment, 1511 Flemming Dr, Longmont, $254,500, home • Melanie Reiser from Christine Bogaerts, 925 Collyer St, Longmont, $240,000, home • Aaron Jurkovich from David James Terrell Living Trust, 1529 Lark Bunting Pl, Longmont, $329,500, home • Paul & Cheri Radliff from Carole Etcheverry, 1535 Foster Ct, Longmont, $232,000, home • Kenyon Inc from Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp, 24 Dartmouth Cir, Longmont, $101,000, home • Robert & Ardeth Goldfarb from Tara Goldfarb, 1334 Gay St, Longmont, $140,000, home • Julianne Lim from Patrick Hughes, 1087 Button Rock Dr, Longmont, $296,800, home • Rudy & Lu Palmer from Philip Lebeda, 2209 Medford St, Longmont, $220,000, home • Patrick & Clara Thomas from Brian Miller, 2205 Spinnaker Cir, Longmont, $312,500, home • Mariah Mitchell from Holli Nelson, 239 Cattail Ct, Longmont, $210,900, home • Trevor & Sarah Bair from Todd Rentmeester, 1610 Turin Dr, Longmont,

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• Borrower: Thomas Eubanks, Lender: Bank Of America NA As Successor, Amount: $222,594, Property: 1152 Cooke Ct, Erie, Filed: 07/22/11 • Borrower: Millard & Kana Jones, Lender: Wells Fargo Bank NA, Amount: $410,566, Property: 2232 Madison Dr, Erie, Filed: 07/27/11 • Borrower: Shannon Cordova, Lender: Provident Funding Associates LP, Amount: $141,320, Property: 1560 Bain Dr, Erie, Filed: 07/26/11 • Borrower: Derek & Jessica Coffey, Lender: JPMorgan Chase Bank National Association, Amount: $185,799, Property: 3045 Blue Sky Cir 18-202, Erie, Filed: 07/25/11 • Borrower: Richard & Twila Alexander, Lender: The Bank Of New York Mellon, Amount: $250,622, Property: 679 Lehigh Cir, Erie, Filed: 07/25/11 • Borrower: Christopher & Lorraine Wild, Lender: Wells Fargo Bank NA As Trustee, Amount: $280,205, Property: 615 Gallegos St, Erie, Filed: 07/26/11 • Borrower: Chad Richardson, Lender: Provident Funding Associates LP, Amount: $119,250, Property: 534 High St, Erie, Filed: 07/27/11 • Borrower: Robert & Mary Chappell, Lender: Bank Of America NA As Successor, Amount: $160,199, Property: 313 Florence Ave, Firestone, Filed: 07/21/11 • Borrower: James Wrenfrow, Lender: Bank Of America NA As Successor, Amount: $185,159, Property: 14015 County Road 26, Fort Lupton, Filed: 07/21/11 • Borrower: Debra Wirkner-Vance, Lender: Bank Of America NA As Successor, Amount: $290,209, Property: 12535 County Road 23, Fort Lupton, Filed: 07/25/11 • Borrower: Oscar Favela, Lender: Citimortgage Inc, Amount: $158,928, Property: 411 7th St, Fort Lupton, Filed: 07/25/11 • Borrower: Timothy & Tracy Mickey, Lender: Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, Amount: $280,668, Property: 4837 Barn Owl Dr, Frederick, Filed: 07/25/11 • Borrower: Wendy & Bruce Hofmann, Lender: Wells Fargo Bank NA As Trustee, Amount: $268,983, Property: 4820 Kingbird Dr, Frederick, Filed: 07/27/11

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