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blogs to their pages giving garWhen you’re a gardener, sodeners the opportunity to have a cializing is a simple thing. The two-way conversation, such as minute you hear someone menthe fun, funky Kiss My Aster tion plants you strike up a con(, eagerly myaster), hosted by swapping tips or Horticulture Magaboasting of successes. zine. Some get addicted to this exchange and it’s Other sites offer no surprise that this information on age-old hobby is keepplants, as well as ing in touch via social companionship. Mymedia sites., a global gardening network “I prefer Facebook rather than Twitter be- Carol O’Meara that combines jourColorado State naling with chat, cause I can post picUniversity Extension strives to help forgettures on it,” says Pat ful gardeners rememHayward, Executive ber what they’ve planted. All the Director of Plant Select. “Gargardener has to do is enter each dening is visual, you really need plant they’ve put in the ground photos.” A Facebook user peronto their personal page, and sonally, Hayward quickly adoptMyfolia links you to others ed the social site for keeping growing the same thing. fans in touch with Plant Select events, retailers that sell the This is a great service if you products and members. The can find the time to do it, espepage has 150 fans from all over cially if you’re a beginner learnthe world. ing to grow or an advanced gardener wanting information on “What I don’t do is get into more challenging plants. The plant descriptions or perforonly suggestion I’d make is that mance,” Hayward says. “The Myfolia come with a popup winthing about Facebook or any dow that reminds gardeners that other social media is that it’s this information comes from all about what’s happening right over the globe, so keep growing now, this minute. I use it to promote places I visit and put a per- conditions in mind. What works sonal touch on what the garden- in Florida might not work in ers are doing with our plant line. Colorado. For other information, our To solve this, Myfolia offers blog’s been effective (plantsegardeners the chance to link up” with others in their area, growing zone or plant interest. Join a The gardeners I chatted with plant group to narrow down about social media admit they your interests and talk with othprefer blogs to membership in ers as obsessed as you by tomasocial sites. As Hayward points toes, herbs or other plants. out, social sites can be a bit oneway in communication, while If you’re interested in targetblogs offer the advantage of con- ing your virtual socialization, versation. Organizations link Ning ( links you to

groups that share your passions. I’ve joined a few sites this way, such as Kitchen Gardeners International and Wine 2.0, and learned quickly that if you don’t choose wisely you might be disappointed. The Kitchen Gardeners site is so active it overwhelms the inbox, and while becoming friends with people named Armand is amusing, I’m not that interested in what wine he’s decanting for the guests at his Argentinean resort. Or maybe I am, but not every day. Locally, gardeners go to chat groups such as, a listserv covering topics unique to our area. Conversations on this listserv come directly into your inbox so you can follow threads easily. And we have a few blogs in the area that cover local topics, growing conditions and gardening events. For the record, I blog at Other blogs from local writers are Front Range Food Gardener, a site devoted to edible plants (, Digging In, one woman’s discovery of gardening (, and Gardening Into Thin Air on the challenges of a Boulder garden ( Visit any of these to find the right fit for you. 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 e-mailing

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To sharpen the blade, you need a vise to keep it in place, a pair of gloves so you won’t get metal chards under the skin and a mill bastard file. Lay the file almost parallel to the blade of the shovel. Put weight on the outer edge. Pull it through and lift. Go one way. File the entire blade. To polish the blade of the shovel, use a soft cloth with lubricating oil to prevent rust. While you’re polishing, don’t forget the handle. A household furniture oil helps keep wood in tiptop shape. – HGTV

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Home Decor



Discover the perfect fit for you, your room By Mary Carol Garrity Scripps Howard News Service

If you’re like me, your sofa is such an important part of your daily life that when it’s time to get a new one, it’s like adding a new member to your family. And just like family members, sofas have definite personalities. Here are some tips for picking the perfect one for your home.

Size It Up Interior designers like to argue about whether it’s more important for a sofa to fit the scale of your room or the contours of your body. In my opinion, you need one that does both, because in the long run, you won’t be happy with a sofa that isn’t the perfect proportion for your room or for your posterior. To make sure your sofa suits the space, before you shop, measure your room and make note of the size and scale of additional furniture you will need to work around. Then, as you shop, forget your inhibitions and flop down on the sofas just like you would at home. Your body will tell you in a flash if the sofa is a fit. Pick the Right Parts Just like people, sofas have backs, arms, seats and legs. And if you’re like most of my customers, you will have


To pick the perfect sofa for your home, pay attention to the dimensions, details and style. (SHNS/Courtesy Bob Greenspan)

a strong preference on each facet of your sofa’s anatomy. First, pick a back that suits your taste and touch. If you want a formal, tailored look, check out a tight back design, where the back is upholstered and has no removable cushions. If you want a sofa that’s more comfortable and casual, you might prefer a loose-back sofa that’s covered with cushions or pillows. Next, consider the arms. The most common style is a rolled arm that curves outward – an ideal pick for those who like to nap on the sofa. If you’re looking for a more modern look, however, you might prefer a crisp, square arm. As important as arm shape is arm height. How high do you want your sofa’s arm to come? Third, decide whether you’d like your sofa to have a cushioned, bench or tight seat. Cushioned seats consist of separate cushions that fit snugly together, and they are a great option if

you want to remove the covers for laundering. A bench seat is one large cushion that spans the entire length of the sofa. Tight seats are built into the frame of the sofa and cannot be removed. They are usually firmer and more formal in appearance. Finally, look at the sofa’s legs. Do you want a straight, modern leg or a more traditional look, like curved legs on castors? Or would you rather cover the legs with a skirt featuring kick, inverted, button or box pleats?

Superb Style If you’re overwhelmed by the dizzying selection of sofa styles, start by checking out a few of my favorites. The English or Club sofa was my pick for my own living room. This timeless style features slightly rounded arms set back from the rolled back. You can dress this sofa up or down simply by changing your accent pillows. If you like sofas with high arms, the

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Knole style may be just right for you. This mainstay of the English country look has a straight, high back and angled arms. Traditional models feature finials wrapped in cords at the juncture of the back and arms. If I had a formal library, I’d get a Chesterfield sofa in a heartbeat. Usually upholstered in leather, Chesterfields feature tufted backs, high rolled arms and tight seats. My customers can’t get enough of the traditional Bridgewater sofa, with its low, rolled arms and cushioned back and seat. Unassuming and ageless, this beloved style fits most people’s lifestyles and bodies. Check out the Camelback style, with its tight, arching back and high rolled arms, for a charming look that harkens back to the 18th century. The Lawson, with its low, square back and either square or rolled arms, is boxy and hip – an ideal choice for a contemporary or modern home.

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On the Cover Adding rocks to your landscape adds interest. See page 4. (ARA)

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Great Outdoors

Rocks add unique structural elements to any yard By Joel M. Lerner, APLD Special to The Washington Post

Not so long ago, people wanted to get rid of rocks in their yards. Now they often request them as part of the trend toward more naturallooking gardens. Rocks are the easiest sculptural elements to incorporate into a garden to create a natural-looking landscape. They add color, contrast and interest; require no maintenance; and provide a bit of surprise. They fill another need, too – security barriers. Rocks and plantings strategically placed will keep even the smallest of vehicles from harming public and private buildings. Now is the perfect time to design and place landscape stones. Arrange them around early bulbs and plants that are just breaking dormancy. That way, you can see the “bones” of the landscape and know where your landscape rocks will fit best. Rocks come in every size, from giant Stonehenge-like slabs to tiny pebbles the size of peas. They come in a natural kaleidoscope of colors, including brown, tan, red, pink, blue, green, white, black and gray. The big issue with rocks is that they can weigh a ton – really. You will need equipment and assistance to transport and place them. Positioning is important, so everyone involved needs to be patient. Like other large, heavy objects, specimen rocks can be expensive. And the effort to transport them might limit your use of ornamental rocks in the landscape. However, nature has

Low rock retaining walls add a manicured look to rustic gardens. (Sandra Leavitt Learner/The Washington Post)

Rocks are the easiest sculptural elements to incorporate into a garden. (Sandra Leavitt Learner/The Washington Post)

produced lava rock, and modern technology natural seats. has stepped in with artificial rocks that look auMeasure the space where you plan to include thentic. rocks so you know what size you are looking Lava rock is a porous for. Select landscape stone volcanic material, signifias carefully as you would cantly lighter than other your plants. Look at each More Reading stone because it’s full of air for size, color, texture and Consider these books on working pockets. It’s available in a shape. with landscape stone: selection of colors – black, • “Listening to Stone: Hardy Smaller rocks can be brown, russet and gray – at Structures, Perilous Follies and Other used in a variety of ways. stone suppliers and garden Tangles with Nature,” by Dan Snow Low rock retaining walls centers. While it doesn’t fit (Artisan, 2008) are charming additions that • “In the Company of Stone: The the native garden theme, it give a manicured look to Art of the Stone Wall,” by Dan Snow will work in some natural rustic, natural gardens. (Artisan, 2001) gardens. Wall-size flat rocks, up to a • “Garden Stone: Creative Ideas, Most synthetic rocks are Practical Projects and Inspiration for foot or so wide, can be orcomposites of several matePurely Decorative Uses,” by Barbara ganized and stacked withrials, primarily textured, Pleasant (Storey Books, 2002) out mortar for low walls. • “Garden Stone: Creative Landcolored Fiberglas, and thus Rocks enhance water feascaping with Plants and Stone,” by are not heavy. Barbara Pleasant (Storey Books, 2002) tures. Stone coping around Repetition is important. • “Natural Stonescapes: The Art natural water features such In nature, rocks repeat efand Craft of Stone Placement,” by as a lily pond fits the fortlessly. If you have only Richard Dube and Frederick C. rockscaping theme. Stones one natural rock outcropCampbell (Storey Books, 1999) can be used to create founping in the yard, add more – Joel M. Lerner tains, with water bubbling to make stone a theme. up, out of or gently falling Vary sizes and spread them down them. They can crethroughout garden beds – ate waterfalls in natural or two to three per bed at most. Arrange in ranartificial streams. dom fashion to appear as though they jut from Stone can be used to imply a riverbed and at the earth, simulating nature. the same time serve as an effective and ornaLarge specimen rocks should complement mental drainage swale. Cover soil surface of a nearby plants. Choose plants that might grow meandering U-shaped or V-shaped depression close to them in nature, such as ferns, bleeding with consistent aggregate material such as hearts and hellebores in some shade, or grasses, rounded river gravel. Mix varying sized larger black-eyed Susans and purple coneflowers in rocks for a natural stream design. full sun. Smooth, flat rocks can be placed for

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Home Garden

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A baby boomer couple downsizing, a working professional’s downtown city condo, and a young family’s starter home in a metro suburb – the trend of people moving to smaller homes with smaller yards continues to grow. If you are one of them, how do you make the most out of your small outdoor green space? With the right tools and strategies, you’ll find the possibilities are endless. “When people move to smaller homes, they want to make the most of the green space they have,” says Ashton Ritchie, lawn expert and master gardener for Scotts. “They still want that outdoor retreat after a stressful day.” Ritchie says that smaller yards can be some of the most

stunning because they require less time and homeowners can focus more on what they really enjoy. “The difference is with a small green space, it’s not an overwhelming full-time job. I’ve seen many beautiful small yards with intensive gardening and great landscaping.” Here are Ritchie’s tips for getting the most out of small outdoor green spaces.

Make It Your Own If you want to create an outdoor retreat, a small yard holds many possibilities. Your priority should be deciding how you are going to use your yard. If you enjoy cooking, have much of your space dedicated to a great vegetable and herb garden. If you want to use your space to unwind at the end of the day, create an outdoor room

with relaxation elements. If you plan to use your small yard as an additional space for entertainment, incorporate sitting space and tables for overflow from the house.

Use Contrast to your Advantage. The nice thing about a small lawn is the contrast you can easily achieve in the foliage. Lush green grass is the foundation that contrasts with the colors and textures of other plants. Keep your lawn vibrant and consider planting flowers, shrubbery or an herb garden. The contrast in these elements provides a visual frame that is


Fertilize You Lawn Green grass provides us with a soothing, relaxing feeling. But the No. 1 problem with grass is it ends up malnourished and starves. Therefore it’s important to fertilize four to five times a year so you get strong root and top growth. Outdoor Decor Adds Appeal Consider adding elements to your yard that interject your personal style. For example, adding a water feature is a great idea that is visually appealing plus it adds a water sound that creates a relaxing atmosphere.

You could also add a bird feeding station to attract wildlife. If room is limited, consider a small hummingbird feeder.

Use Space-Saving Furniture Small spaces do not call for big and bulky outdoor furniture. Benches can be a good option because they seat multiple people and also take up less space. Look for pieces that are multifunctional like a bench or table that also opens up to provide storage space. Finally, make sure furniture can withstand temperatures all year long since it probably won’t be stored in a different location.

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Home Garden

Streamline your Kitchen Store Stuff Where You Use It The most basic way to simplify an existing kitchen is to arrange equipment and dinnerware so that everything’s stored close to where you use it. Design Storage from the Inside Out To make your kitchen look cleaner and work more efficiently, pay as much attention to the inside of storage cabinets and drawers as you do to that pretty veneer or dashing color. – HGTV

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My foothill soil eats rototillers for breakfast. Between the heavy clay and rocks, the soil has either ripped out the transmission or broken the tines of all but the most expensive hard-core tillers. In summer, the rocks heat up, baking plant roots from below. We can go without rain from May to November, challenging every plant not on a sprinkler system. This illustrates the plight of folks in the rugged terrain of Western mountain ranges, where the combination of problem soils and arid climate challenges all but the super-adapted native plants. Catalogs from New England, books by English gardeners and expert advice from east of the Mississippi simply fail to acknowledge how challenging the Intermountain West can be. And because the Western natives for landscaping are so difficult to maintain in pots, the average garden center is unlikely to carry them. The hardest part of growing Western natives is finding the plants to buy. Most retailers shy away from them because they are hard keepers. Water at the wrong time or lack of it quickly spells their demise. Western natives have become a real specialty, and the growers who have mastered them are the best place to order locally. But if there is no suitable grower nearby, you must go online. Two well-established online plant retailers offer a fabulous selection of Western native plants. Among these are coveted perennials, shrubs, vines, grasses and even trees. High Country Gardens is without question the best perennial source. It is headquartered in Santa Fe, N.M. Those at this business know something about the rocky high desert, with its blistering summers and bone-chilling winters. They get what gravelly soil really means. The High Country Gardens catalog is like a book on the best native perennials for gardens. It offers the greatest range of truly cold-hardy selections of penstemon and salvia – the species and their more contemporary hybrids. The way High Country Gardens presents and groups the plants is inspiring, taking the guesswork out of planting compositions. Because many companion plants from arid eastern Asia and the Mediterranean ask for similar conditions as our Western natives, this catalog carries them and shows you how to mix and match. And there is no better resource for creating hummingbird gardens. For a good range of natives exclusive to the Intermountain West, try Rugged Country Plants. This

From top to bottom: This south-facing rocky cliff studded with lupine and monkeyflower illustrates Western natives that require minimally fertile soil. Nearly all penstemon species are native to the arid Western states, where they thrive under trying conditions. The peachy orange of the desert mallow evokes the colors of early hollyhocks, its exotic relative. (Maureen Gilmore/SHNS)

company emphasizes species that can take the drought, poor soils and deer for rural homesites. Maureen Gilmer is a horticulturist. Her blog, the MoZone, offers ideas for cash-strapped families. Read the blog at www.MoPlants .com/blog. E-mail her at

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Real Estate Matters

Loan modification program getting many cries for help modifications are multiplying across the Cries for help over the loan modification process always start something like country as home prices continue to sink. this: Several weeks ago, Presi“Dear Ilyce, I have been dent Obama called in the top trying to get my mortgage mortgage lenders for a meetlender to respond to my reing and reportedly told them quest for a loan modification to get on the stick and do for months. At one point, more loan modifications. The they told me I prequalified lenders sitting at the table refor a loan modification. Now portedly said they’d do they say I don’t. My house 500,000 loan modifications. payment is almost half of my The real question is how Ilyce Glink quickly will they do them? income. My home is worth a Tribune Media Services And will borrowers have to fraction of what I paid. take a hit on their credit his“The story is always that I tories and scores until the loan modifishould call back in (choose one: 30, 45 cations are in place? or 60) days. I have heard that people who hire attorneys are getting great reAccording to the latest reports, about sults with loan modifications. I know 9 percent of eligible homeowners have people who have had several hundred had their loans modified on a temporary thousands of dollars in principle forgivbasis, and an even tinier percentage en. What should I do? Do you know if have had those temporary loan modifimy lender is helping anyone?” cations made permanent. I know it’s the dog days of summer, Loan modifications are supposed to and everyone in D.C. wants to go on va- be considered temporary for three cation (hello, Martha’s Vineyard). months. Once you make three payments on time, your temporary loan modificaBut if my inbox (which is stuffed) is tion is supposed to be made permanent. any indication, the troubles with loan


I heard from a homeowner this week who was told by her lender to make her fifth month of temporary payments because the lender just can’t get to the paperwork. I heard from another borrower who began the loan modification process eight months ago and whose loan has only now been modified. Most borrowers have no idea if the process they have gone into will count against their credit history and credit score and don’t know whether the modification will help them. Worse, they don’t know if someone will forget they’re in the temporary program and never send them the finalized paperwork. A highly placed source in the Treasury Department said homeowners in this situation should only start to worry when they receive a foreclosure notice. “If your lender tells you to keep making temporary loan modification payments, and you haven’t received a foreclosure notice or any other indication that something’s wrong, then that’s what you should do,” said the source, who asked not to be named because his

inbox is already stuffed with e-mail from homeowners who are looking for guidance and assistance. “But keep your canceled checks. Make sure that every time you speak to someone you write down their name, employee identification number and which office they’re calling from.” What should you do if you can’t get your mortgage lender to pay attention to you? My Treasury source recommended you call the lender frequently. If you get someone who doesn’t seem to be able to help, hang up and call again. If that’s not working, call the Homeowners for HOPE hotline at 888-995HOPE. You can also find a HUD-certified housing counselor through the Department of Housing and Urban Development Web site, Ilyce R. Glink’s latest ebooks are “Divorce and Your Finances” and “The Clutter Collector: How to Get Rid of Clutter Everywhere In Your House,” which are available at her Web site, If you have questions, you can call her radio show at 800-972-8255 any Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. EST. You can also write to Real Estate Matters Syndicate, P.O. Box 366, Glencoe, IL 60022 or contact her through her Web site,

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Home Improvement

Organize the family room These simple tips for organizing your main gathering space will put the family back in your family room.

Welcome the Wastebasket If trash tends to accumulate in the family room, adding a wastebasket might cut down on clutter. Keep Flat Surfaces Clutter-free The family room is often more cluttered because it’s a central gathering place in the house. A two-drawer lateral file will help. Make a quick sweep of all flat surfaces by piling papers in a bin, then sorting and purging as necessary. Take a vow, and get your family to follow it, to put papers in files rather than on the coffee table. – HGTV

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Want to wake up your tired bathroom, but think the price tag might be out of your budget? Don’t be so sure. Remodeling activity may be down, but it’s not out, especially in the bathroom. In fact, the bathroom topped the list of rooms for renovations, according to a recent Consumer Reports survey. Fortunately, there are many simple updates and unique and affordable products that can give your bath a customdesigned look on a bare minimum budget.

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall With 30 percent of homes having at least one plate glass bathroom mirror, why not create a focal point in the bath by adding a mirror frame? For approximately $250, products such as Mirrorscapes Mirror Frames from Moen offer a variety of five styles of customizable frames ranging from classic elegance to modern sophistication and come in a wide variety of metallic and wood finishes. The innovative system is available for purchase online (www.buymirrorscapes .com) to help even a novice do-ityourselfer order the correct pieces with the mirror’s dimensions. Freshen Up Don’t underestimate the power of a good coat of paint for your bathroom. A gallon of quality paint costs approximately $20 and is a great way to add some color, freshen up the walls or

There are many simple updates and unique and affordable products that can give your bath a custom-designed look on a bare minimum budget. help pull the room together. And today, most paint manufacturers offer non-toxic paints with low volatile organic compounds (VOCs), like Glidden’s Evermore interior paint, to reduce gaseous pollutants in your home. These paints are not only healthier for you, your family and the environment, but they are vibrant and durable, as well.

Eco-Fabulous Faucets Until now, eco-friendly options have been less than trendy. Fortunately for environmentallyconscious homeowners, you can swap your faucet to save water and update the look of your bathroom with the latest designs. Installing a new lavatory faucet with a water-saving aerator, such as one from the Banbury bathroom collection from Moen, allows water to flow at 1.5 gallons

per minute and reduces water usage by up to 32 percent.

Maximize Shower Space Most homeowners want to make their bathroom larger and enhance their shower. By installing a curved shower rod you can accomplish both goals and feel like you have an oversized, lavish shower without adding any square footage. Plus, it’s an affordable solution that provides up to seven-and-a-half inches of elbow room while adding terrific style and visual appeal. Curved shower rods are available in both fixed and adjustable lengths that offer easy installation and adjust to fit enclosures from 54- to 72-inches wide. Quick Fixes Wish you could replace your bathroom cabinets but don’t have the extra funds? One budgetfriendly, quick fix is to replace the hardware on your cabinets and doors. Not only is it a simple, yet effective, bathroom remodeling update, but it will make a huge difference in giving your space a new look. Final Finishes To help complete your budgetfriendly bathroom renovation, bring in the finishing touches that make all the difference in a small space. Adorn your new accessories and curved shower rod with high-quality linens, such as a new shower curtain. Add fresh flowers; framed, personal pictures; candles; or a lamp for a decorative touch.

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Antique News

A penny for your thoughts By Helaine Fendelman and Joe Rosson


Scripps Howard News Service

Dear Helaine and Joe: I am enclosing photos of a coin (with an American Indian holding a bow and arrow on one side). I have owned it for more than 25 years, and for some reason, I’ve held onto it because I wonder if it might be valuable. – B.J.D. Dear B.J.D.: We answer this question with great trepidation for two reasons: 1) the picture is so poor that it is difficult to see the details on the coin; and 2) it is impossible to tell whether or not this is a re-strike without seeing the piece in person. During the period of the American Confederation – between the Declaration of Independence (1776) and the founding of the U.S. Mint in 1792 – a number of states established mints to make coins. In October 1786, Massachusetts approved an “Act for establishing a Mint for the coinage of Gold, Silver and Copper.” No gold or silver coins were made, but in 1787 and 1788, copper cents and half cents were produced, all with the image of an American Indian holding a bow and arrow on one side and an eagle with olive branches and arrow clutched in its talons on the other. We are not even going to suggest a value for this coin because we cannot ascertain the condition, when it was made or by whom. B.J.D. needs to take this piece to a specialist for further evaluation. But its insurance-replacement value is almost certainly less than $1,000, and probably less than $500.

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Real People

Gloriod & Associates merges with Prudential Rocky Mountain, Realtors Prudential Real Estate and Relocations Services Inc., a Prudential Financial Inc. company, announced the merger of independent real estate brokerage Gloriod and Associates Inc. with Prudential Rocky Mountain, Realtors. The combined company will operate as Prudential Rocky Mountain, Realtors with 180 sales professionals, six offices and a presence extending along Colorado’s Front Range from Fort Collins to Colorado Springs. Broker Jack Gloriod, who joins the Prudential Rocky Mountain, Realtors management team of John McCoy, Tom Tyrrell, Don Rulle and John Warnock, said the alliance creates important advantages for sales professionals and customers alike. “We are now aligned with one of the world’s most recognized brands in Prudential, and we’ve increased our exposure in key Front Range markets,” Gloriod says. In addition to residential and commercial real estate sales, Prudential Rocky Mountain, Realtors offers a complete line of real estate services from offices in Boulder, Fort Collins, Greeley, Longmont and Loveland.

6.36 Acre Horse Property $379,900 3232sqft 4bd 3ba Something for everyone room for big toys 4H animals 25x45 barn & loafing shed New paint in and out new septic large heated sun porch Christian Anderson 303.817.5934

Custom Quality Finishes! $339,900 Built Green and quality throughout this ranch style 3 bedroom, 2 bath patio home with beautiful landscaping and fenced yard. Elizabeth Ireland 720-984-6244

1228 Twin Peaks Cir $325,000 3Bed/3Ba/3Cr Ranch in Golf Course Community! Private Deck w/Mature Landscaping! Fam Rm Fireplace! Fin Bsmt! Hot Tub STAYS! 1 Yr Home Warranty! Judy Whitaker 303-829-0484

Inviting & Exciting $299,900 A real daydream on a peaceful cul-de-sac. Great 3BR/2BA stucco Ranch. Security system, heated 3-car garage. Open & airy design, stained woodwork. Diane Nash 303.775.8965

4 Bed, 4 Bath in Longmont $267,900 Full finished basement & 2 car garage. Front porch & big patio. Lowest priced home in Rider Ridge. Family rm fireplace & separate dining room. Cindy Montgomery 720-373-9235

Two-story Full Of Potential $215,000 Fenced 4BR/3BA comfy charmer. Appealing home offering an airy open floor plan, plus a formal dining room. Two-car garage, basement. Brenda Rusk 303-709-7549 Op


Engaging Two-story! $203,000 Relax in the ambiance of this 3BR/3BA home. Inviting, fenced residence offering a patio. Two-car garage, basement. Kirsten Davis 720-363-1783

Big Taste, Small Budget? $175,000 Max the money with this fenced 3BR/2BA tri-level! Superlative touches in this very special residence include patio and two-car garage. Richard Townsend 303-931-2058





5425 WCR 32 #1 $55,000 1&2 bedroom 1&2 bath condos. 55+age restricted Lake & Mt.Views Lease purchase option available. A very quiet & serene setting Priced $57,040 - $88,771 Kurt Kohlbeck 303-517-3530

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Real Estate News

Home prices finally on the rise in some areas

30.6 percent increase in home values year over year.

Home prices rose across a large swath of the country during the second quarter, adding to the growing list of signs that the housing market has stabilized. Out of 155 markets included in the survey, 125 showed median price increases compared to the first quarter of this year. Overall, the National Association of Realtors reports a nearly 4 percent rise in the median sales price for single family homes since the first quarter of the year, from $167,300 to $174,100. In addition, several distressed markets are getting some much needed relief from the quarterly hammering they’ve been taking since the housing market peaked in the second quarter of 2006. Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Miami Beach, Fla., actually saw a 0.7 percent increase in home prices, breaking a losing streak going all the way back to the first quarter of 2007. Other markets that weren’t as hard hit are showing signs of life, as well. The Davenport-Moline-Rock Island area of Iowa and Illinois showed an impressive

Top 10 risers since second quarter 2008 1. Davenport-Moline-Rock Island, Iowa-Ill., up 30.6 percent to $113,200 2. Cumberland, Md.-W.Va., up 21.7 percent to $123,500 3. Elmira, N.Y., up 11.3 percent to $85,000 4. Beaumont-Port Arthur, Texas, up 11 percent to $138,600 5. Jackson, Miss., up 8.2 percent to $140,100 6. Buffalo-Niagara Falls, N.Y., up 6.7 percent to $115,400 7. Bismarck, N.D., up 3.5 percent to $157,800 8. Springfield, Ill., up 3.5 percent to $116,200 9. Shreveport-Bossier City, La., up 3 percent to $146,800 10. Topeka, Kan., up 2.7 percent to $113,300 Sales activity also showed gains over the first quarter, to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.76 million units. In

By Claes Bell

fact, 39 states showed an increase in sales over the first quarter, including Idaho (67.5 percent), Hawaii (24.2 percent), New York (22.3 percent) and Wisconsin (21.7 percent). “With low interest rates, lower home prices and a first-time buyer tax credit, we’ve been seeing healthy increases in home sales, which are a hopeful sign for the economy,” says NAR chief economist Lawrence Yun in a statement. Don’t get too excited, though. Home prices nationwide are still down 15.6 percent year over year, and 23.4 percent since the housing bubble peaked in 2006. Of the 155 metropolitan areas surveyed, 129 reported lower median existing single-family home prices compared to the second quarter of 2008; just 26 showed price gains. Also, the rise in sales traffic continues to be driven in part by foreclosures and short sales, which accounted for 36 percent of transactions in the second quarter, according to NAR. For the third straight quarter, the Cape Coral-Fort Myers area of south-

west Florida recorded the biggest slump, falling 52.8 percent year-overyear. Since 2006, median prices in the region have taken a nose dive, plummeting from $268,200 to $84,000.

Top 10 decliners, year-over-year 1. Cape Coral-Fort Myers, Fla., down 52.8 to $84,000 2. Las Vegas-Paradise, Nev., down 39.7 percent to $141,000 3. Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario, Calif., down 39.1 percent to $161,000 4. Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale, Ariz., down 36.1 percent to $131,100 5. Sarasota-Bradenton-Venice, Fla., down 34 percent to $175,800 6. San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, Calif., down 33.8 percent to $500,000 7. Orlando, Fla., down 33.2 percent to $149,200 8. Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Miami Beach, Fla., down 33.1 percent to $207,400 9. San Francisco-Oakland-Fremont, Calif., down 31 percent to $472,900 10. Saginaw-Saginaw Township North, Mich., down 30.6 percent to $55,700


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1800 SF, $5.35/sf. Auto, auto paint, furniture stripping, welding, etc need not apply. 502 2nd Street, Unit 3, Berthoud 970-221-0997

2 BDRM, 1.5 BA, carpet, drapes, refrig, D/W, selfcleaning stove, central A/C, gas heat, W/D hkup, fncd back yard, 2 car gar. No pets. $800. 1426 Kay St. 303-776-1287 or 303-747-2219.

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2 BDRM LG NW Longmont by hosp, A/C, full bsmnt, no pets, $750/mo. Call (720)470-4207.

Condos/ Townhouses 1, 2 and 3 BDRM units available. Prices range from $725 to $1300! Call us for locations & more details! PML INC. (303)772-5934

2 Bed/2.5 Ba $1250/month! 1200+sq ft townhome on WCR1 & 9th Ave. Built in 05 w/ tile ctops, wd flrs & wd blinds. 650 sqft unfin bsmnt. Pet friendly. $500 dep. Inc wtr, trash, sewer. 1 BDRM, 1 ba, off st pkng, Avail immed. 720-225-9397 no stairs, pool, BBQ, 225 E 8th. $595. Alert 303-776-5156 1 BDRM CONDO- off st • 3 BDRM, 2 BA, Very pkng, pool, laundry on-site. Clean! W/D & frig. 2049 $525. Call Kip (303)931-4011. Estes $850/mo. 303-772-0442

Duplexes 0 APP FEE- SEC 8 OK. Clean 2 bdrm, country kitchen, nice yard, quiet area. $695. (303)918-4748.

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2 BDRM, 2 BA, A/C, DW, gar, storage shed, N/S/P. $775. Avl 9/1. 303-776-8038.

$0 APP FEE, rent/rent to own. 3 Bdrm, 2 ba, 2 car, unfin bsmt, $1050/mo (303)485-9396

2 BDRM, 1 ba, 1000 sf w/ 4 BDRM, 2 BA, 1500 SF ranch, full basement, crprt. Adj to park, friendly detached gar, $1200/mo. neighbors, $950/mo. 403 Call Reed (303)748-6872 Sunnyside Ln, 303-666-4572

3 BDRM, 1.5 ba, off st pkng, 1/2 MO´s FREE RENT! 2 BDRM, 1 BA, beautiful, 1/2 MO´s FREE RENT! N/P. Storage, $795/mo. ● 16 EMERY WAY Old Town. Gar, fncd yd, ● 10677 DURANGO PL water paid. Gerald, 4 bdrm, 2 bath duplex in w/d, n/s/p $895 303-682-5985 Off of 119 & CR 7-1/2. 303-775-1598. Se Habla Lgmt. Available now. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, garage. Espanol Chris, 303-682-3005. AVAIL Sept 1st- 2 BDRM + $1000/mo. Pets nego. Pets nego. $1100/month. DEN, 2 bath, A/C, upper Call Pennant, (303)447-8988. Call Pennant (303)447-8988 2 BDRM, 3 BDRM, level condo w/deck, gas or 4 BDRM homes 3 BDRM, 2 BA, fireplace, 1 car garage. available. Prices range 1/2 MO´s FREE RENT W/D, DW, 15th & Centen$1025/mo. 635 Gooseberry, from $895 to $1595! ● 2213 COLLYER- 4 bdrm nial $825 (303)651-2881 Longmont. 303-678-0609 Call us for locations 2 ba, frpl, fncd yd, 2 car and more details. gar, pets nego. $1400/mo. 2 BD, 1 bath, off st pkng, PML INC (303)772-5934 Call Pennant, (303)447-8988 1533 Lashley, $605 ALL UTILITIES PAID 2 BD, 1 ba, carport, 1348 Cozy 2 bdrm, 1 bath, W/D, CONDOS FOR RENT Terry St, $670 carport. $700/mo + dep. • 1314 So Emery, 1529 ATWOOD - Lgmt • 31 ANCHORAGE CT2 BDRM, 1.5 bath, backs credit check, Avail 9/1. 4 bdrm 2 ba 1600 sf bi-level • 1601 Great Western to Carr Park, 2026 303-651-1567. • 640 Gooseberry 1 car, lg deck, fncd yd. N/S 4 bdrm, 2 bath, fam room, fenced yard. $1275. Lincoln, $670 • 2204 Watersong Pets cons. Avail 8/1/09. • 975 Reynolds Farm Lane 3 BD, 1.5 ba, carport, $1200/mo+dep. 303-803-6502 Pennant Inv, (303)447-8988. unfin bsmt, 1400SF, 1842 AVAILABLE 9/1, 2 bdrm, Call PMP, 303-776-RENT. Hennington, $770 1 ba, 1 car. 1333 Parker Dr. * 1739 COREY STAlert Realty 303-776-5156 N/P, non-smokers. 3 bdrm, 1 bath, 1 car gar, $850, (303)817-6163 fenced. Pets nego. $975/mo. FOX MEADOWS Call Bill (303)776-0684 3 BD, 1.75 ba, dbl gar, Great 2 bdrm, 2 bath, frpl, evap cooler, BBQ, 925 2 BDRM, 1 ba, remodeled. W/D hookup, vaulted Bragg, $1025 ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭✭✭ 2209 SANTA FE, W/D hkps, off street prkg. ceilings, *Upgraded 3 BD, 1.75+ ba, 2X gar, DUPLEXES! 3 BDRM, 1509 sqft, Avail $750/mo. 303-579-6949 appliances & finishes. extras, 1532SF, 32 • 31 Denver Way Aug 1, $1295 (303)440-8200 Reserved parking, pool. University, $1150 • 1453 & 1459 Lamplighter $900+ Utils. Valentiner & 2 BDRM, 1 BA, W/D, gar, 4 BD, 3 ba, 2Xgar, bsmt, • 1219 9th Ave Associates. (303)443-9342. like new, Old Town, N/S/P. 2260SF, 1018 Kelly, $1100 • 1013 Harmon 4 BD, 2 ba, gar, bsmt, • 346 Colony • 810 Apple Ct $745 inc wtr 303-485-0711. Old Town, 2700SF, 424 • 1961 Meadow Emery, $1250 Call PMP for more details, 2 BD, 1 ba, gar, pet neg, 1618 Lamplighter, $850 4 BD, 2F, 2H ba, gar, 303-776-RENT. NIWOT Countryside 2 BDRM, 2 bath, W/D, 2 BD, 1 ba, gar, nr I-25, bsmt, 2900SF, 1180 Fall condo, 1 bdrm, quiet AC, gar, full basmt, fncd, 10699 Butte, $975 River, $1390 location, $750, all utils deck, frpl. $850. No 3 BD, 1.5 ba, dbl gar, yd, Alert Realty 303-776-5156 pd. 303-530-4800 (GBI) pet/smk. 303-709-1618 2115 Hackberry, $1000 3 BD, 1.75 ba, gar, bsmt, 1752 Sunset, $1000 3 BD, 1.75 ba, dbl gar, SHERMAN & HOLLY, 2 BDRM, GAS FRPL, W/D 3 BD HOUSE BARGAINS! fncd, 1738 Linden, $1000 Longmont, 3 bdrm, 2 ba, hkups, full unfin bsmnt, • 7150 WCR 1 • 1973 Carr CLEAN, secure, 10x20´ dry Alert Realty 303-776-5156 1600 sq ft, frpl, W/D hkup, gar, refrig, DW, • 1415 Sunset • 10 Meredith storage available. $100. cvrd prkg, No Smk/pets, $825/mo. 720-628-7275 • 1240 Meadow Stella, 303-775-2881. $900 + dep. 303-204-4539

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3 BDRM, 1.5 BA, 2187 Hackberry Cir, deck, 2 car garage, new carpet, fenced yard. $1,150/mo & $1,150 dep. No pets or smoking. 303-684-9290


4 BDRM + study, 2.5 BA, 2200 SF+ unfin bsmnt, 2 story, 2 car, frpl, NE Longmont, N/S. Avail 9/1, $1350/mo Bill , 303-868-3030. 5 BDRM, 2 bath, new paint & carpet, fncd yard. 619 Hubbard, 720-371-4624 • 638 PRATT- 2 bdrm, 1 car gar, fncd yd. $900/mo. RMG Realty (303)772-4466 ● 918 EMERY ST- 2 bdrm, 1 bath Ranch style house, eat-in kitchen, W/D, fenced yard, sunroom, 2 car garage, pets nego. $950. Pennant Inv, (303)447-8988 A 4 bdrm, 2 ba, fncd, newly remod, 1 car gar, fin bsmt. S Lgmt. $1195, 303-772-5510

Beautiful 4 bdrm, 2.5 ba home nr Bldr Res. Frpl, Hot tub, priv ctyd. Passive solar constr for low energy bills. $2000/mo- lease option avail. (303)827-8445 BRAND NEW HOME to rent in Firestone 1200 SF, 3 bdrm/2 bath All New appliances $849. Swimming pool. playground. Clubhouse and pet friendly! SUN HOMES AT

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3 BDRM, 2 BA, NW Longmont, gd schools, fncd yd, 2 car gar, $1150/mo, Charming Farmhouse! Owner/broker 303-522-8312 3 bdrm, 1 acre, 1 car det gar on Hwy 66 1 mi E of 3 BDRM, 3 ba, 2 car. N/P/S 287. No pets. $850/mo. $1525. 1124 Twin Peaks Cir Reality RE. 303-579-6463 303-588-4179 / 303-589-2350 3 BDRM, 3 bath. 1287 Winslow Cir- Lgmt. Big fncd yd gar, pets nego, yr lease avl. 09/01. $1400/mo + dep. (720)841-6684 415 LONGVIEW 3 BDRM,1954 sqft, Avail June 1st, $1650 303-440-8200

3 BDRM, 2.5 BA, 1800 sf, A/C, frpl, 2 car gar, unfin bsmt, $1250 (303)905-6600.

FREDERICK - 3 bdrm + loft, 2.5 ba, fncd backyd, 2 car gar, $1400/mo. Call, (303)772-6203

4 & 5 BEDROOM HOMES! • 1751 Atwood • 411 Verdant • 1737 Little Bear Frederick / Firestone • 3377 Larkspur Call PMP, 303-776-RENT • 730 Carbondale- Apt $550 • 5844 Canyon Way • 5757 Canyon Cirlce 4+ BDRM, 2 ba, 1 car, • 10239 Barron brick ranch w/bsmnt. GREAT DEALS!! Old Town, 422 Vivian. Avail Call PMP, 303-776-RENT. click on Submit an Ad



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4 BDRM, 2.5 ba, N.W. Longmont, 2000SF, new carpet, paint, 2 car, fncd yd. Avail 8/27. $1375. (303)449-0105

HOME for rent w/opt to buy 3 bdrm 2.25 ba, fin bsmt, sunroom, 2 car, fncd yd, deck w/hot tub, RV/ boat prkg Pets neg $1400. Lv msg 303-678-0867

4 BDRM, 4 ba, 2 car, in-between Longmont/ Berthoud on rural acreage. Berthoud Schools. $1600. N/S. (970)532-2090

HORSE PROPERTY 3 bdrm, 2 ba, on 3 acres. Call for more details PMP, 303-776-RENT.


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Male/Female. $400/mo w/ FOR RENT- 2 bdrms, SW util. $300 dep. No smoking, Lgmnt. $600/mo. each 335 SQ FT in downtown non-drinking. 303-776-4369 includes utils. Mins to 119, share lrg home & 3 car gar. Berthoud. $500/mo + dep. WON´T LAST!!!!!! Dish Network & internet in Available now. 970-532-2652. Over 1900SF home in Respon, M/F, W. side, 2 bdrms, choice neighborhd, Firestone. 3 bdrm, 2.5 bath. rooms, great area, glf 1st & last mo. N/P, N/S, $999.00 Great Deck with course, W/D, kit. $300 & N/D. Avl now. (303)772-2426 beautiful views of the $400+1/3 utils. 303-775-1144. mountains. 500 to 2500 SQFT or individGreat amenities!!! ual offices avail. Good trafSEMI-FURN Rooms/Apts SUN HOMES AT fic exposure. 303-523-3369 Wkly/mnthly from $100/wk EAGLE CREST Utils/micro/fridge inc 888-246-5232 (303)931-7108

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Office space downtown Longmont area, 100 yr old converted res, windows, parking, conf rm, $425/mo, incl util, 303-906-6906 OFFICE SPACE For Rent Holistic wellness center. (720)280-9047 PROFESSIONAL Offices N. Longmont. Single & 3 ofc suite. All grnd lvl, 2 entr, great prkg. 303-956-1141


255 WEAVER PARK CLASS “A” second floor office space for lease or sale. Common area, conference room, elevator, mountain views. 1 yr Free Rent! Don Rulle, CCIM

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OPEN HOUSE Sat & Sun Aug 22 &23 from 2pm-5pm 313 Harvest St Longmont MLS#590026 4 bdrm, 2.5 bath 303-485-2057


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2803 Denver Ave.

Newly remodeled Westside ranch w/basement. 3 Bedroom; 2 Bath; Fenced Yard; 1 car garage. New roof, new floors, new tile, tastefully decorated with new appliances and fixtures. MUST SEE. $159,900.

Hwy 119 E of Longmont l.l6 Acres - $4.45/sf -----------------------I-25 & Hwy 66 1 Acre to 15 acres -----------------------Ken Pratt Blvd & 3rd Ave 1.49 & 13.0 Acre Lots -----------------------N Main Access .92 Ac Comm’l $3.50/sf -----------------------Airport & Rogers Road Business Land Annexed 27-76 Acres - $1.45/sf -----------------------Commercial Lot Kimbark Street 135’ x 125’ $175,000 -----------------------Hwy 66 across From Super Walmart 1.37 ac $660,000

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AWSOME 3 BDRM, 2 Ba, A/C. Kit. appl´s, hkps. $38,777. 970-980-3390

Tri-level, 3 bdrm 2 bath, S. Longmont. Has had a complete MAKEOVER! Call for details, $223,450

303-772-2222 NEW MEDICAL CONDODowntown. 2000SF, will customize. Rent or Buy. Ron at ReMax, 303-530-3898

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3 BDRM, 2 BA, new roof, Won´t Qualify carpet. Range, refrig, DW, to Buy new/used decks. Comm. pool/ manufactured home? clubhouse. OWC w $3900 We finance all credit with down. Payments under low down and low monthly. $1000/mo. Call Ken for Call now for list of showing (303)772-2220 available homes. Call Now 970-420-8488. • ADULT PARK- 2 & 3 bdrm. Between $8,900 & $13,900. (303)682-9141

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PROFESSIONAL STYLE Neighborhood at 2201 Creekside Dr, Longmont. Located in hi-tech corridor, Niwot Schools. Fully furnished 3 bdrm sales model w/ all the extras. 1 year lease, immediate occupancy. $2,200/mo. (949)280-4823

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home with walk-out basement. This home sports new paint & carpet. Huge 4 BR / 3 Full Baths, 3 car garage ready for you to move right in! $364,900.




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1644 DEERWOOD DR. Easy Maintenance Patio Home is in Move-In shape! Open floor plan, 2 spacious BRs, study, 2 full baths, and a private rear patio. Community has heated pool, and golf course nearby. $239,900.


629 Terry St., Longmont

Al Lombardi, Sr. Mortgage Advisor Coldwell Banker Home Loans Experienced • Reliable • Consistent

720-652-5970 http://allombardi. 1707 N Main Street, Suite 500 Purchase or Refinance. Conventional, FHA & VA No cost, no obligation pre-approvals

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Longmont • Jason Lekuch from Dorothy June Abernathy, 1024 Collyer St, Longmont, $178,800, home • Justin & Andi Hill from Dale G & Nancy Jo Arbuthn, 1629 Alpine St, Longmont, $219,500, home • Russell & Staci Schell from Glen & Lisa Bleeker, 751 Wyndemere Dr, Longmont, $361,000, home • David Beaudin from Dianna L Boehner, 2009 Juniper St, Longmont, $238,900, home • Rebecca Schwartz from Gerald R & Martine Buntin, 6797 Paiute Ave, Longmont, $505,000, home • Richard Reiten from Ali M Columbia, 1600 Feltham Pl, Longmont, $151,000, home • David & Mary Ulmer from Cathy Ann Devitt, 4058 Frederick Cir, Longmont, $348,000, home • Paul & Shirley Gonzales from Fannie Mae, 2756 Charro Ave, Longmont, $354,000, home • Jacksen Honstein from Fannie Mae, 2117 Meadow Ct, Longmont, $117,900, home • Chris Hunley from Timothy J Foot, 2107 Astoria Ln, Longmont, $222,000, home • Janice Williams from Gladys E Newsom Living Tr, 1717 Grove Ct, Longmont, $213,000, home • Cynthia Zakrison from Timothy A & Debra L Grego, 1362 Gay Cir, Longmont, $229,900, home • Sam & Nita Asawa from Jerome O Harried, 1706 Stones Peak Dr, Longmont, $455,000, home • Patrick Mason from Jeffrey Hertzog, 4240 Riley Dr, Longmont, $213,000, home • Donald & Patricia Jordan from Justin T & Andi M Hill, 1221 E 4th Ave, Longmont, $284,200, home • Sirena & Dan Dudgeon from Margo E Klingler, 1432 S Pratt Pkwy, Longmont, $220,000, home • Allan & Melinda Aquino from James O Nyumutei, 3548 Larkspur Cir, Longmont, $378,000, home

• Mary Pugh from Brian D Osborn, 1352 Emery St, Longmont, $131,000, home • Michael & Erin Warren from James L Powell, 1075 Button Rock Dr, Longmont, $320,000, home • Debra Lucero from Rl Investments LLC, 1415 Tonkin Pl, Longmont, $265,000, home • Karoline Mcbreen from Michael G & Stephanie L R, 1033 Katy Ln, Longmont, $285,000, home • Robbin Bowler from Lester Shor, 1115 Sumac St, Longmont, $180,000, home • Jonathan Pieper from Becky A Smith, 108 Fairbanks St, Longmont, $150,000, home • William Herrera from Joseph P & Melissa A Swee, 7138 Oriole Ln, Longmont, $385,000, home • Bart MacGillivray from Alicia J Torres, 2231 Daley Dr, Longmont, $161,000, home • Rachel & John Robbins from Village Homes Colorado Inc, 1871 Caleta Trl, Longmont, $317,800, home • Cynthia Alvarado from Delbert L & Bernard A Whi, 121 Merideth Ln, Longmont, $130,000, home • Jill Ryan from Cynthia A Zakrison, 410 Westview Ct, Longmont, $339,000, home

Berthoud • Philip & Eileen Thompson from Masterpiece Homes LLC, 1310 Mount Meeker Ave, Berthoud, $237,000, home • Eric Knight from US Bank, 1085 6th St, Berthoud, $105,000, home Erie • Larrissa & Michael Mangione from Russell P & Jeanne D Grov, 425 Balcolm St, Erie, $176,300, home • David & Alissa Galuppo from Douglas & Ellen Hudiburg, 976 Pope Dr, Erie, $377,500, home • Brendan & Kelly Puckett from Bradley Intrater, 775 Turpin Way, Erie, $219,900, home • Paula Anderson from Lasalle Bank National Association, 2936 Dickens St, Erie, $320,000, home • Christopher Kelly from Sean P & Dawnetta F Mahnk, 2198 Cottonwood Pl, Erie,

$374,900, home • Anthony Torres from Matthew E & Jennifer Thom, 2704 Sunset Pl, Erie, $385,000, home • Sashi Pokhrel from Tousa Homes Inc Bankrupt, 215 Lister Way, Erie, $336,400, home • Roy & Eddie Hunter from West Brothers Custom Home, 2378 Plumb Pl, Erie, $1,324,500, home • Dana Sailermielke from Dustin Westwood, 1517 Winslow Ct, Erie, $259,900, home

Estes Park • Joyce Brien from Christopher L & Linda L B, 2050 Jacob Rd, Estes Park, $600,000, home • George & Jerilyn White from Barbara J & Ward D Nelson, 1357 Riverside Ln, Estes Park, $290,000, home • Ward & Barbara Nelson from Robert B Jean C Schmidt R, 1005 Prospect Park Dr, Estes Park, $425,000, home Firestone • George & Kathryn Delgrosso from Journey Homes LLC, 9760 Remington Ave, Firestone, $287,500, home • Steven Meyer from Journey Homes LLC, 9720 Roadrunner Ave, Firestone, $230,800, home • Stephen & Christina Heppard from Journey Homes LLC, 5046 Rangeview Ave, Firestone, $319,000, home Fort Lupton • Melanie Armijo from Gary W Withrow, 906 Elm Ct, Fort Lupton, $104,500, home Frederick • Michael & Stepha Dora from Nationstar Mtg LLC, 7232 Foothill St, Frederick, $210,000, home • James & Meghan Myas from Miguel & Corinne Apeztegu, 5954 E Conservation Dr, Frederick, $230,000, home Glen Haven • John & Julie Akers from Bart & Michelle Killpack, 1028 Streamside Dr, Glen Haven, $86,000, home Lyons • Charles & Jenny Voss from Jay C Serefini, 111 5th Ave, Lyons, $427,000, home

Niwot • Thomas Valdez from Philip & Julie S Pildner, 381 Franklin St, Niwot, $365,000, home Platteville • Tiriel & Brenda Bassett from HSBC Bank USA, 489 Stevens Cir, Platteville, $148,000, home • Alan & William Swaim from Debra W Lipman, 6462 State Highway 66, Platteville, $117,500, home Foreclosures – notice of election and demand • Borrower: Loyd Woolery & Colleen McMillen, Lender: U S Bank National Association, Amount: $140,453, Property: 39 Ski Rd, Allenspark, Filed: 08/11/09 • Borrower: Debra Moore, Lender: US Bank National Association, Amount: $125,595, Property: 119 Welch Ave, Berthoud, Filed: 08/07/09 • Borrower: Dolores Espinoza, Lender: Onewest Bank Fsb, Amount: $127,936, Property: 428 Sterling Ln, Dacono, Filed: 08/07/09 • Borrower: Richard & Mireia Brunet, Lender: Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, Amount: $234,556, Property: 1553 Winslow Ct, Erie, Filed: 08/07/09 • Borrower: Dennis & Penelope Clark, Lender: Citimortgage Inc, Amount: $216,163, Property: 1861 MacCullen Dr, Erie, Filed: 08/12/09 • Borrower: Winna Van Der Laan, Lender: Citymortgage Inc, Amount: $238,135, Property: 188 Monares Ln, Erie, Filed: 08/06/09 • Borrower: Timothy Robbins, Lender: BAC Home Loans Servicing LP, Amount: $273,138, Property: 238 Mcafee Cir, Erie, Filed: 08/06/09 • Borrower: Cheryl Michel, Lender: Onewest Bank FSB, Amount: $293,180, Property: 5142 Buffalo Rd, Erie, Filed: 08/07/09 • Borrower: Daniel Rozenblum, Lender: BAC Home Loans Servicing LP FKA, Amount: $351,550, Property: 1447 Hickory Dr, Erie, Filed: 08/11/09 • Borrower: Loni Weygant, Lender: HSBC Bank USA Na-

tional Association, Amount: $127,900, Property: 2900 Blue Sky Cir Unit 5-105, Erie, Filed: 08/12/09 • Borrower: Karen Lynch, Lender: Suntrust Mortgage Inc, Amount: $412,125, Property: 900 Whispering Pines Dr, Estes Park, Filed: 08/07/09 • Borrower: Timothy Brittain, Lender: Flagstar Bank FSB, Amount: $413,600, Property: 970 East Ln, Estes Park, Filed: 08/07/09 • Borrower: John & Lynn McManamon, Lender: The Bank Of New York Mellon Trust Co, Amount: $284,050, Property: 1630 Raven Cir Unit I, Estes Park, Filed: 08/10/09 • Borrower: Michael Mcgroarty, Lender: BAC Home Loans Servicing LP, Amount: $191,889, Property: 9903 Cascade St, Firestone, Filed: 08/07/09 • Borrower: Victoria Shepperd, Lender: BAC Home Loans Servicing LP, Amount: $248,673, Property: 6187 Viewpoint Ave, Firestone, Filed: 08/11/09 • Borrower: Tracy Paplow, Lender: US Bank National Association, Amount: $327,131, Property: 5798 Silverleaf Ave, Firestone, Filed: 08/11/09 • Borrower: Kirk Murrie, Lender: Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, Amount: $248,339, Property: 4886 Silverleaf Ave, Firestone, Filed: 08/12/09 • Borrower: Todd Romoff, Lender: Aurora Loan Services LLC, Amount: $227,494, Property: 5920 Tenderfoot Ave, Firestone, Filed: 08/12/09 • Borrower: John Hood, Lender: Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, Amount: $157,499, Property: 1133 Ash Ct, Fort Lupton, Filed: 08/07/09 • Borrower: Benjamin Claypool, Lender: BAC Home Loans Servicing LP FKA, Amount: $223,262, Property: 5516 Wetlands Dr, Frederick, Filed: 08/06/09 • Borrower: Kathy Kinskey, Lender: Bank Of America National Association, Amount: $116,000, Property: 51 21st Ave Apt 18, Longmont, Filed: 08/07/09

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$389,750 Thornton

$279,000 Longmont 318 Sumner St.


ERA Tradewind/David


$400,000 Longmont 1110 Neon Forest

5425 WCR 32 #1

$298,500 Longmont 1333 Charles Dr. #3 1:30-1:50

Diane Stow/ReMax Traditions 303-827-7046

$300,000 Longmont 4145 Prairie Fire Cr. 3-3:20

Diane Stow/ReMax Traditions 303-827-7046

$307,500 Longmont 845 Hillside Ct.


Diane Stow/ReMax Traditions 303-827-7046

$315,000 Longmont 2325 22nd Ave.


Diane Stow/ReMax Traditions 303-827-7046

$335,000 Longmont 4048 Hawthorne Cr. 3:30-3:50

Diane Stow/ReMax Traditions 303-827-7046

$354,900 Longmont 1856 Ute Creek Dr.


Diane Stow/ReMax Traditions 303-827-7046

$389,750 Thornton

13905 Albion Way


ERA Tradewind/Carnahan

$429,900 Mead

109 Grandview Dr.


Diane Stow/ReMax Traditions 303-827-7046

$499,000 Longmont 1143 Purdue Dr.


ERA Tradewind/Freeman

$525,000 Longmont 1686 Radcliffe Pl.


Diane Stow/ReMax Traditions 303-827-7046

$695,000 Longmont 1109 Wyndemere Cr. 12-12:20

Diane Stow/ReMax Traditions 303-827-7046

5425 WCR 32 #1

13905 Albion Way


ERA Tradewind/Romito



Prudential Rocky Mtn Realtors/Marlin




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