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July 11, 2009

‘Green’ Decor Tips for buying a foreclosed home


Touches Hardscaping adds improved look to yard

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Home Improvement

Try simple summer spruce-ups Article Resource Association

Summer is already in full swing, and the guests are lining up for weekend brunches, pool parties, backyard barbecues and sophisticated dinners. If you’re feeling the urge to spruce up your home for summer entertaining, you can make a big impact on a modest budget with some simple steps. You can refresh your home’s look by investing in four easy areas – floors, walls, lighting and accents. Whether it’s getting your carpets cleaned or adding a striking area rug, switching out tired table lamps or adding a fresh coat of paint, it’s easy to make eye-catching changes with a weekend’s worth of work.

Fabulous Floors Freshening floors doesn’t have to be an expensive or time-consuming

task. Carpets will benefit from a simple deep cleaning – something you should be doing seasonally to preserve their beauty and extend their usable lives. For tile, stone or hardwoods, follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for cleaning and maintenance. Another great way to dress up floors is to add a splash of color with an area rug. “An area rug is a great decorating tool that can act as an accent to your decor and serve a practical purpose as well if you’re looking to cost-effectively conceal a flaw, like a worn or stained spot,” says Dan Auer of Decorative Product Services, a company that specializes in home design products.

No Wall Flowers Walls are the largest space element


in your room decor, and brightening them for the season can be as easy as switching out the artwork or adding a fresh coat of paint. Start with a neutral wall shade and add color with wall art that fits your mood, taste and the season. Summer is also a great time to add a decorative mirror, since drapes and windows are often open to welcome in the sunlight and bright sky. Adding a mirror on the wall opposite a window is a great way to reflect sunlight throughout the room and make a small space appear more expansive.

Lighten Up While you’re reveling in the natural light of summer, don’t overlook the importance of using light to create a mood for warm weather evenings. Lighting is an essential element that

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contributes to how your home looks and feels, and the light entering from outdoors changes with the season and time of day. With longer days and more sun in summer, you may find you need synthetic light less for visibility and more for ambiance. Summer is a great time to add dimmers to a dining room or bedroom or add an eye-catching overhead fixture.

Outdoor Lifestyle Don’t forget that the same design principals you use to create a wonderful indoor environment can apply outdoors, as well. Update your outdoor spaces with area rugs designed for beauty and durability. Add accent lighting such as energy-efficient solar lights to set the mood for evening and night gatherings.

Direct press releases for Home & Real Estate Weekly to Kristi Ritter. The deadline is Monday at 5 p.m. the week of publication. The display advertising deadline is Tuesday at 3 p.m., and the classified line advertising deadline is Thursday at 3 p.m. – both the week of publication. For advertising information, call 303-776-2244.

On the Cover Hardscaping your yard. See page 4. (Family Features)

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Home Improvement

‘Green’ equals green with ceramic tile Article Resource Association

For homeowners, good news has been hard to come by in this bleak economy. So it may come as a happy surprise to many to learn that the two most compelling trends in home remodeling and maintenance – pinching pennies and going green – are quite compatible with each other. Choosing high performance and low lifecycle-cost products – ones that require little to no maintenance or replacement – for your remodeling project

means that throughout the usable life of the product, you will pay little more than the cost of the initial investment. Selecting quality products that are durable and will not need replacement within the life of the structure not only saves money, it helps the environment. It substantially reduces the amount of raw materials used and lowers the amount of emissions and waste produced in manufacturing, transportation and installation. Some traditional and timeless prod-

ucts, like ceramic tile, are a perfect fit for today’s eco- and economy-conscious homeowners. Highly versatile and durable, ceramic tile blends contemporary design with sustainable living.

Reduce Your Utility Bill Using materials that reduce energy consumption maximizes energy efficiency and saves you money on utility bills. Ceramic tile boasts high thermalstorage capacity which means it retains heat and emits it slowly, which is great for homes located in climates where days are warm and nights turn cool. Superior Longevity Ceramic tile is in it for the long haul, offering supreme durability and a longer lifespan than most floor and wall coverings. Wood often requires refinishing and is easily damaged in high traffic areas. Carpeting loses its pile, shows wear and emits gases, sending harmful volatile organic compounds (VOCs) into the air. Ceramic tile, however, lasts up to four times longer. Design-wise, you don’t have to sacrifice aesthetics just to get the stuff that lasts. Advanced technology has allowed manufacturers to replicate surfaces virtually indistinguishable from the real thing. With modern ceramic tile, homeowners can achieve the look of wallpaper, wood, stone and textiles but retain the longevity and benefits of tile.

The Jungle series from Tile of Spain branded manufacturer Ceramicas Aparici becomes a tribute to nature by visually mimicking real wood planks in an 8.9-by-35.4 inch format, shown here in Maple. (ARA)

Low Maintenance Bills When it comes to maintaining your ceramic tile floor or wall covering, your design choice won’t impact the environ-

The Lounge Series from Tile of Spain branded manufacturer Inalco, creates the appearance of antique wainscoting but offers the easy, low-cost maintenance and durability of ceramic tile, available in an 18-by-26 inch format. (ARA)

ment but will save you cash. Cleaning ceramic tile requires no harsh or expensive cleaning chemicals, shampoos or other solvents that could be flushed into the ecosystem. Neutral cleansers and water are the only cleaning products required. By using ceramic tile, designers and homeowners can also ensure good indoor air quality. Tile repels allergens and will not absorb odors such as smoke and paint fumes or release harmful gases, toxic byproducts or VOCs. To learn more about how ceramic tile can positively affect the environment and your monthly budget, call 305-446-4387 or visit


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Home Garden

Fine Design Improving your yard with hardscaping Family Features

Landscaping not only makes your home more beautiful it can also make it more valuable. In fact, a Michigan State University study found that, depending on where the house is located, high-quality landscaping adds between five and 11 percent to its price. However, good landscaping is about more than just plants. Paths, benches, walls, water features – they’re all part of hardscaping and can make or break the look of your yard and garden landscape. In the competitive housing market, every feature of a home is crucial in attracting potential buyers. The home’s exterior makes the first impression, and hardscapes, as important elements of landscaping, play a critical role gaining a return on value. Along with helping a property stand out in buyers’ minds, a carefully thought-out landscape using hardscapes allows homeowners to express their creativity and personality through the variety of options.

Create Your Own Path A well-made concrete walkway or garden path not only stands up to years of hard use, it enhances the natural landscape and complements a home’s exterior features.


Traditional walkway materials such as brick and stone can be pricey and often difficult to install. As an easy and inexpensive alternative, you can build a new concrete path using manufactured molds, such as the Quikrete WalkMaker building forms. The result is a beautiful pathway that mirrors the texture and appearance of brick or natural stone with all the durability and economy of poured concrete.

Easy Ways to Add Extra Appeal For other ways to add interest to your home’s exterior, think about incorporating hardscaping elements such as stone, rock and sand in your yard and garden landscape. They’re available in an almost limitless range of colors, sizes and textures. • For a natural look, create a pathway out of decorative pebbles and walks. They take on a whole new beauty when they get wet, either from the rain or a nearby water feature. • Create a rock garden with different types of gravel, pebble and stone arrangements. Add a few foliage plants and a small water feature for interest. • Give an overlooked area definition with crisp white marble chips or all-purpose stone and flowers in brightly colored planters.


All photos courtesy Quikrete



Project how-to

Step 1 and 2

Step 4

Here is a simple, step-by-step process for making your own beautiful pathway. This is a weekend project one person can easily complete for a minimal cost. Typically, the cost to install a 10-foot-long concrete path is about $50 to $60 for materials.

Prepare the project site by leveling the ground, removing sod or soil as needed. Mix a batch of concrete for the first section, following the product directions. Place the form at the start of your path and level it. Use a shovel or trowel to fill each cavity of the mold with wet concrete. Consolidate and smooth the surface of the form using a concrete margin trowel.

Repeat until the path is finished. With a variety of form patterns available (Basket Weave Brick, European Block Brick, Country Stone and Running Bond Brick), you can create a pathway, patio or walkway that matches your home’s style. When you’re finished, damp cure concrete by spraying periodically with a fine water mister or cover with plastic sheeting for five to seven days. Curing concrete is a process that maintains ideal moisture and temperature conditions so that the concrete will be durable, stable and watertight. Allow 24 hours before foot traffic.

Materials concrete mix or crack-resistant concrete mix liquid cement color polymer-modified jointing sand (optional)

Tools excavation and site preparation tools building form wheelbarrow or mixing box shovel level margin trowel or finishing trowel

Step 3 Promptly remove the form and then smooth the edges of the section with a trowel to create the desired finish (it may help to wet the trowel in water). For a nonslip surface, broom the section or brush it with a stiff brush. Rotate the form one-quarter turn (90 degrees) with each section to vary the pattern. Place the form against the finished section and repeat steps 2 and 3 to complete the next section.

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Antique News

Add depth with decorative finishes

Valuing a samovar

Transform flat, dull walls into interesting and personal spaces with subtle or dramatic visual texture and broken color. Burnished mineral/metal finishes and layered colored glazes add depth. Some examples of softly reflective metals are mica, copper, pewter, bronze and, of course, antiqued silver and gold.

By Helaine Fendelman and Joe Rosson Scripps Howard News Service

Dear Helaine and Joe: My grandmother purchased this samovar in 1967 when she was in Iran. I am interested to know its origins, age and value. Thank you, G.J. Dear G.J.: In Russian, the word samovar means self-boiler or self-brewer, and these devices are almost symbols of Russia in the minds of many Europeans and Americans. In fact, these utilitarian objects are so iconic that they were depicted on Russian postage stamps in the late 1980s. Samovars are heavy metal containers used to heat and boil water that is most commonly used for making tea. These are generally crafted out of copper, brass, bronze, tin, nickel , and on rare occasions silver and gold. The samovar as we know it was first made in the late 18th century, and the center of production was the town of Tula, which was the center of the Russian arms-manufacturing industry. To have any monetary value whatso-


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Special Feature

Greening Your Interior By Brittany Sovine Longmont Times-Call

It’s no surprise, today, you can find a ‘green’ alternative to just about everything. Interior design has even been greened by alternative methods to traditional practices like flooring, window treatments, artwork and furniture. Learning to reuse, recycle and repurpose is the single most important thing to incorporate into interior design. When choosing new materials, it’s all about low volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Advances in technology have lead to new designs for more efficient flooring with better quality than the traditional wood, tile or linoleum products. Bamboo comes in many different colors and patterns that allow for creative flexibility. “Every time you look at your bamboo floor you know you’ve saved some trees,” says Boulder interior designer Margie Shore. Most large trees such as oak or pine take 30 to 40 years to replace, but bamboo can replace itself in just six to eight years. Pair a bamboo floor with a bamboo centerpiece to carry a natural flow into other rooms of a house. Wool is nature’s most efficient insulator so why not use it for carpet? The design of Nylon carpet has also changed to allow for recycling. “Anything we can do to keep stuff out of landfills,” says Shore. Other new carpets are being made from recycled materials such as pop bottles and natural ingredients like corn oil. Kitchen design has also taken on a greener face. “Wood, by nature, is eco-friendly,” Shore says. Repurposing kitchen cabinets or using reclaimed wood to make new ones can be refreshing and

sustainable. Innovations in tile using recycled glass make it no longer a luxury for the wealthy, but affordable and environmentally friendly. Furniture has also taken a big step in structure. Wood dressers can be repurposed and transformed into a bathroom sink. “Think outside the box when repurposing furniture,” Shore says. The use of recycled foam has been one of the sustainable practices adopted by furniture companies. Joyful Furniture on Pearl Street in Boulder offers affordable, ecofriendly furniture and refinishing services. “We scoop up outdated items that would be thrown away,” says Emily Wilson, coowner of Joyful Furniture. Their refinishing processes involves using water-based products and recycled paints and sealers in order to cut down on products ending up in the landfills. While their furniture pieces are mainly antique styles, they do have a few contemporary pieces with unique features. “All of this happens at our shop,” Wilson says. “We are saving carbon emissions by working locally so we don’t have to deal with shipping.” Natural fabrics such as linen, cotton and silk have low VOCs for window treatments or bedding. Old windows can be transformed into picture frames or painted pieces of artwork. The good news about green products is high demands have made products more affordable. Even old homes without the most environmentally friendly practices can go green. “It’s never too late to go green,” says Shore. “Come up with a plan to eventually go green but for now do what you can.”

Top: Red desk, $299; Red barn door hutch, $499; Red barn door dresser, $399. Second row from left: Refinished pink dresser, $549. Tall dining six person set, $799. Left: Steven Jackson stains a baby crib with a rosewood stain and then dry brushes it with black paint to give the piece a richer color. Below from left: Emory Elkins paints a shelf built by Joy Wallin, co-owner of Joyful Furniture in Boulder. Joy Wallin works to create new pieces of furniture that will be like new and sold out of her store. (Paul Litman/ Times-Call)

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17567 MARGIL ROAD Backs to open space in Margil Farms. Spacious deck w/mountain views. Quiet location, Mead Schools. Parks & open space close by. $199,900 Easy access to I-25. CALL ME ABOUT USDA LOAN100% FINANCING & NO PMI. Mary Hattel-Goodwin RE/MAX TRADITIONS 303 772 3800 EXT. 127



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Transferring title could lead to problems If she transfers her interest in Q: Three years ago, my the home to you, she loses condaughter purchased the trol over the home. home I live in because I couldn’t qualify for a loan. In family situations, losing We are both on the mortthat control can be problematic. gage, but I pay all the taxes, While you did not mention mortgage payments and whether you have other chilinsurance. She wants to dren, if something should transfer the home to me. happen to you and you fail to How do we do this? I filed pay the mortgage on the home, for bankruptcy two years your daughter’s credit will be ago and was hoping to affected. If you should die, the repair my credit and buy the home will be transferred to all home from her for what it is of your children. Even though worth. your daughter has the obligation on the But because of debt, your other chilthe credit crisis, dren or heirs may the mortgage inclaim the right to the dustry has become home or cause other very strict on even problems that could getting a mortgage. result in disputes and A: You have to your daughter’s credit look at your being harmed. situation from two Ilyce Glink What you and your perspectives: from Tribune Media Services daughter should do is your daughter’s persit down and deterspective and from mine where each of you stands yours. in the current situation. If your From your vantage point, if daughter is trying to do you a your daughter wants to have favor and transfer the home to you as the sole owner of the you so you feel that the home is property, she would need to yours, that may be fine, but you convey her interest in the propand she have to look further erty to you. In most states she down the line. would need to fill out a quitIf there are other siblings inclaim deed along with other volved, you have to consider documents required to transfer what problems might come title in your state, and then she down the line. If there is equity would have to record the quitin the home – that is, if the claim deed. home is worth more than the Once she recorded the documortgage balance – whose ment, the home would be yours equity is it? Did your daughter alone, but the mortgage and debt obligation would still be in give you money toward the purchase of the home or did she your daughter’s name. At some just lend you her signature so date in the future when your you could qualify based on her credit history has improved and credit? enough time has elapsed beHow do you and your daughtween the bankruptcy and your ter currently hold title to the other credit problems, you home? Do you own it jointly would be able to refinance the with rights of survivorship or as loan on the property and have tenants in common? the loan in your name. If you own the home as joint From your daughter’s perspective, she has a bit of a larger tenants, if either of you dies, the other gets to own the home auproblem. Since the debt on the tomatically. If you own the home is in her name as well as home as tenants in common, yours, and you probably can’t each of you owns a percentage refinance it now, she should remain on the title to the property. of the home, and upon your

death your interest in the home would go to the heirs designated in your will. If you don’t have a will, it would go to your family members as dictated by the laws of your state. If your daughter is your only child and you are not married, it’s probable that your daughter would end up owning the entire property upon your death. Finally, if your daughter is looking to transfer the home to you with the hope that the transfer will remove her name from the obligation on the mortgage to the home, she’s wrong. The only way she will be able to remove her name from the debt obligation on your home will be to have the loan paid in full by either selling the home and paying off the debt or by refinancing the debt. If your daughter wants to buy her own home, she has probably realized that her debt-to-income ratio is impaired by the mortgage she co-signed for you. If you’ve kept good records of the fact that you have paid all of the bills relating to your home, that will help your daughter greatly. Any new lender will want to know that you had the funds to make all those payments and will need evidence that you actually made all of those payments. Before you change the title to your home, she and you should start by sitting down with a good mortgage lender to see how the mortgage on your home affects her credit and her ability to purchase property. Once you figure out that piece to the puzzle, you can decide how to move forward. 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, www.thinkglink .com. 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 Garden

Know your shears By Lee Reich The Associated Press

If you’re going to buy just one tool for pruning, make it a pair of handheld pruning shears. This is the tool you’ll use for pruning roses and for most cuts on fruit plants, houseplants, and young ornamental trees and bushes. Better quality pruning shears cost more and are well worth the extra money. But better quality can mean many things: a tool made from better materials; a tool designed to cut better under some circumstances; perhaps a tool that is more comfortable to use.

Shears’ Business End The business ends of pruning shears have either anvil or bypass blades. With anvil shears, a sharp blade comes down on the flat edge of an opposing blade. The flat edge is soft metal so as not to dull the opposing sharp edge. Bypass shears, in contrast, work more like scissors, with two sharp blades sliding past each other.

Anvil shears generally are cheaper than bypass shears, and the price difference is reflected in the resulting cut. Too often, anvil blades crush part of the stem at the end of the cut. And if the two blades do not mate perfectly, the resulting incomplete cut leaves the severed stem hanging by a thread of bark. That wide, flattened blade also makes it difficult to get the tool right up against the base of the stem to remove. Because a pair of hand shears is such a useful tool – one you might drop into your back pocket each time you walk out to the garden – check out weight, hand fit and balance before settling on one. Can the blades be removed for sharpening or replacement? A bypass pruner should have an adjustable tension screw so the blades can be made to close easily, yet be tight enough not to bind on a stem.

Size and Other Features Some shears are tailored to fit small hands or left hands. The blades of some


bypass shears are hooked at the end to help prevent a stem from slipping free of the jaws as you cut. Other shears achieve the same effect with a rolling action of one bypass blade along the other as the handle is squeezed. A ratcheting action makes it easier to slice through thick stems, but you do have to squeeze repeatedly for a single cut.



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Great Outdoors

Colorado Gardening

Snails pose new garden problems had to deal with its appetite for destruction. But ask a nursery grower in California about it and they’ll likely tell Escargot, anyone? Our wet weather you this mollusk eats them out of $7 to has brought out an unusual garden $10 million per year. Add quarantine challenge, the Brown Garden snail restrictions on sales of plants from (Cornu aspersum). This terrestrial snail states to many locations past their mollusk, originally found in Britain, borders and we’re talking about a lot of western Europe, and along the green getting damaged. Mediterranean and Black This particular snail is edSeas, has never posed a ible; it arrived in our counproblem for Colorado. Yet try both accidentally and inthe same wet weather that tentionally as a way for eshelped plants get huge and cargot enthusiasts to raise humidity to rise in gardens their food locally, like chickhas given the snail a toehold ens, goats or pigs. But unlike here on the Front Range. their barnyard brethren, the Brown Garden snails can snails felt the call of the get fairly large, with adult Carol O’Meara wild, and being wily, esshells measuring roughly an Colorado State caped to live free on both inch in diameter. Sculptured University Extension U.S. shores. with fine wrinkles, the tanEfforts are underway to with-chestnut-brown bandcontain the snails, but so far they’ve ed shells are streaked with yellow. eluded pursuit – proving once again Quiet garden spaces with plenty of the speed of government response. But moisture and food are the preferred habitat. Like most land snails, these are don’t condemn the G-men too quickly; with their nocturnal habits and perfect nocturnal, but rain brings them out of camouflage these marauding mollusks their hiding places at any time of the are tough to see, although one was day. spotted fleeing the scene down a road Gliding through the garden, they in Lafayette several weeks ago. feed on organic matter, tree bark and There’s no need to panic if your garany vegetation to be found. For such a den doesn’t yet have the snails. Though haughty delicacy, these snails are rethey’ve been confirmed by the Animal markably unfussy in their diet: almost Plant Health Inspection Service in everything in vegetable or flower garLarimer and Jefferson counties, and dens will be devoured. It is here that stories of their existence stretch from the problem lies with these snails. Fort Collins to Pueblo, expansion of With its round, coiled shell we think this snail is cute; after all, we haven’t territory by this creature isn’t happenBy Carol O’Meara

Colorado State University Extension

ing at a blinding pace. But if you’ve found a few, several methods for management are suggested. Clean up the garden to remove anything snails hide under, such as boards and debris. Sprinkle diatomaceous earth, sand or ashes around plants to provide a temporary barrier. Researchers report that traps with beer don’t provide good control like they do with the snails’ cousin, the slug. This makes sense; these snails are delicacies of French cuisine, any researcher worth their salt would’ve tried wine. Instead, lure snails into a collection corral by placing a board near damaged plants. Raise the board with four stones placed under each corner, making a cozy shelter for them to hide under. Check under the board in the morning and remove the snails. If you plan to eat the snails, be certain you’ve gotten them correctly identified before consuming – we have other, less damaging snails in the area. Before cooking, the snails must have their systems cleansed of whatever they’ve eaten, so purge them by placing them on a strict diet of lettuce only. For more information on the Brown Garden Snail, check out ipm.ucdavis .edu/PMG/r107500111.html. 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

Home Decor

Scripps Howard News Service

Remember the futon? It was popular back in the day ... to be specific, back in the ’70s and ’80s. Many a college student opted for the inexpensive, yet useful, sofa-by-day, bed-bynight futon. They were quite useful in a pinch, but some were not so comfortable when used on a regular basis. But that has changed. The new and improved futon is here. It is still affordable, plus the

When the sun is shining and the summer breezes are blowing, it’s difficult to resist the call to relax outdoors. But if you have a blank canvas of grass or a cement slab, it doesn’t exactly call to mind visions of barbecues and family gatherings. Don’t stare longingly out the windows this summer when you can expand your living space outdoors. Keep the scale of your space in mind. If you have a large yard, small furniture will be dwarfed. Create a focal point, whether it’s your dining table, an outdoor fireplace or a water feature. Carry over your indoor style to your outdoor spaces to make them feel like an extension of your home. A stylish outdoor living space doesn’t have to cost a fortune. Figure out what you’ll use the space for most and create a plan that covers the main elements.

Patio If you don’t have a deck or cement patio, it can be an expensive home improvement project. If you’re not ready for the work or the investment, try ready-made patio blocks that make it easy to have a sunny and stable outdoor space in minutes.

Seating Area

Futons no longer just for dorm rooms By Rosemary Sadez Friedmann

Stylish, affordable outdoor spaces

sleeper is made with real traditional mattresses. You have a choice of wrapped coiled springs and memory foams, and some include that topper often called pillow top. The beauty of the futon is its flexibility. Yes, it is a bed, and yes, it is a sofa, and yes, it is inexpensive. The mattresses, as mentioned above, are available in a variety of sensitivities, from extra-soft through ultra-firm. There is another advantage to the futon: you can change the cover when

you change your decor. The covers on futons are like pillowcases that can be removed for dry cleaning. They come in a variety of colors and patterns. Did you know that futons also come in chair versions? If all you need is a single bed for an occasional sleepover guest, the futon chair might be your answer. Rosemary Sadez Friedmann, an interior designer in Naples, Fla., is author of “Mystery of Color,” For design inquiries, write to Rosemary at

Create your own outdoor cafe with a patio set. You can find sets in every style from simple to ornate and in materials from weather-resistant and easy-to-maintain resin. Add an umbrella for extra style and to shade out the sun. If you’ve got room, add several cozy chairs with outdoor cushions.

Lighting Candles or white string lights are often all you need to create a festive or intimate mood on a warm summer night. But for walkways and paths, make sure to keep it safe with low-voltage or solar lighting.

Outdoor Cooking Making your space into an outdoor kitchen is as easy as adding a grill. Whether charcoal or gas, cooking outdoors during the summer is a great way to entertain. – Article Resource Association

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Real Estate News

Tips for buying a foreclosed home By Holden Lewis

Buying a foreclosed home is a little different from buying a typical resale. In many cases, only one real estate agent is involved. The seller wants a preapproval letter from a lender before accepting an offer. There often is little, if any, room for negotiation. The home comes as is, and it’s up to the buyer to pay for repairs. On the upside, most bank-owned homes are vacant, which can speed up the process of moving in. “Buying a foreclosure is definitely a bit of a grind. It’s not easy,” says Robert Jenson, owner and founder of the Jenson Group at Re/Max Central in Las Vegas. “You’re getting fantastic pricing, but sometimes it takes going through a lot of houses and writing a lot of offers to get the home you want.”

In Jenson’s stomping grounds of Las Vegas and surrounding Clark County, the housing bust hit hard, and upward of 80 percent of homes sold are “distressed properties” – foreclosures and short sales. A short sale happens when the lender agrees to let the owner sell the house for less than the amount owed because the owner can’t afford the monthly payments. Nationwide, about one-third of sales in May were of distressed properties. A big chunk of those sales went to first-time buyers, according to Lawrence Yun, chief economist for the National Association of Realtors. The first two steps in buying a foreclosure should happen almost simultaneously: Find a real estate broker who works directly with banks that own foreclosed homes and get a preap-

proval from a lender. The goal of combing through foreclosure listings is not to find a house; it’s to find an agent. Banks usually hire one or a few real estate brokers to handle their REO properties in a market. In a lot of cases, the buyer works directly with the bank’s broker instead of using a buyer’s agent. That way, the commission doesn’t have to be split between two brokers. “A lot of these Realtors have a longterm relationship with these banks, and they know of listings that haven’t even come on the list yet,” says Elaine Zimmerman, a Memphis, Tenn. real estate investor and author. “Call them about the listings that you’re interested in, but also ask them about listings that may be coming up because sometimes it may take a day or two or even a week before a listing actually comes onto the database.” Such a request might not always pan out. In places such as Las Vegas, where thousands of foreclosed properties are for sale, you might not get much oneon-one attention from overloaded agents. To prove that you’re serious

about buying, says Jenson, “right before or after you meet with the agent, meet with the lender.” Unless you plan to pay cash, you’ll need a recent preapproval letter from a lender. The letter will describe how much money you can borrow, based upon the lender’s assessment of your credit score and income. “The problem is buyers want to find the house first, and then they think they’ll work out the financing,” Jenson says. “But the problem is the really good deals on these bank-owned, they go quick – and the buyer doesn’t necessarily have time to try to work out the financing afterward. They need to work that out first.” Zimmerman says some first-time buyers make the mistake of assuming that the bank selling the home will also finance the mortgage as part of the deal. “Don’t expect to get financing from the bank that foreclosed on it,” she says. “That’s a totally separate transaction, and they view it that way. The people in the (bank’s) REO department are not loan officers. They are getting rid of bad assets.”

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I am not the rugged outdoorsy type, but I love to celebrate the beauty of the natural world in my decorating. So when I entertain this summer, I’m inviting Mother Nature to help me dress my table with dishware, linens and accents inspired by her handiwork. If you’d like to create a memorable table that has a natural twist, start with linens that reflect the hues of the season. How about a yummy silk tablecloth that’s the color of melons? For added luxury, let the cloth spill over the table so the edges drag on the floor. Next, turn your attention to making each person’s place a bit magical. To bring in the feel of the summer woods, start each place setting with a twiggy wicker tray topped with a charger. For fun, add a bit of a surprise by layering a 10-inch-square mat of faux grass sod or an oversized faux cabbage leaf under

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your dinner plate. Place a majolica salad plate shaped like a leaf or flower on top of the dinner plate. For the crowning touch, put a terra-cotta oil-burning lantern or a petite potted succulent on top of the salad plate, then cover the stack of dishes with a big glass cloche. A summer decorating tool you probably have on hand: old terra-cotta flowerpots that have an aged patina. Use the flowerpot saucers as chargers or as trays to give your table garden charm.

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Elliott Apartments 418 Emery St. Longmont, CO 80501 303-772-6452 Fox Ridge Apartments 3800 Pike Rd., Longmont, CO 80503 303-774-9944 Tanglewood Adult Rental Condominiums 100 21st Ave., Longmont, CO 80501 303-774-0300 Circle at Sunset 240 Sunset Dr., Longmont, CO 80501 303-772-0611 Circle at Lake Shore Apartments 3226 Lake Pkwy, Longmont 303-651-6221



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If you are interested in placing an ad on this grid, call Classified at 303-776-7440. Copy change deadline for this grid is Tuesday by 2 p.m.

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1 & 2 BR APTS, nice, clean, 1 BDRM APT. 800 SF, quiet quiet Old Town, starting at bldg, A/C, $600/mo inc heat & wtr, N/P 303-579-2360 $575. 303-682-0950

Rentals Apartments/ Furnished NO lease, dep or credit chk Wkly/mnthly • 303-776-2185 • ALSO RV SITES AVAIL!

1333 SUMNER, 2 bdrm, 1 BDRM. BERTHOUD, $395 & up. + $250 dep. 1 ba, $725, pets ok, D/W, avail now FPM 303-443-6064 No pets/smk. 970-669-6646

1 BD, about 550 SF, coin lndry, Your choice, $460 2 BD, 1 ba, cn lndry, 750sf, Your choice, $575 2 BD, 1 ba, cn lndry, carpt, 1611 Warren, $575 2 BD, W/D hk, new paint/carpet, wood flr, 1851 Emery #1, #2 $675 2 BD, 1 ba, gar, W/D hkp, 2330 Wedgewood, $655-$695 2 BD, 1 ba, W/D hkp, gar, 814 Delaware, $695 Alert Realty 303-776-5156

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2 BDRM, 1.5 BA townhouse, W/D hk, fncd yd & deck, NW location. $700 + dep. No smoking or pets. 303-776-5416.

1 BDRM, clean in good area, parking. N/P. H/W 2 BDRM, 1 BA, nice, downpaid. $550. (303)772-4785 or town, cov prkg, A/C, D/W, (303)507-8955 coin-op W/D, N/P, Avail NOW $700/mo, Charly 303-859-9973 1 BDRM, Coin-op lndry, a/c, off-st prkg, pets ok $525 303-431-0027 or 303-941-2158.

Historic, 1 bdrm apt, $600/ 2 BDRM, 1 bath, W. Side, mo, heat & water incl, off W/D hkups, off st pkng. Pet street pkng. 303-772-6961. consid. $725/mo + sec dep. Avl now. 303-507-8955, LM 1 BDRM ON COFFMAN $525. On-site laundry, 2 BDRM $625! A/C, off-st pkng. N/S. Avail now. (303)651-2881 Split deposit over 2 months! 700 SF, A/C, lndry. N/P. Top Realty, (303)931-6423 1 & 2 BDRM Apt Homes 2 BDRM 1 bath w/WD Fox Ridge Apts Premier hookups, off street Gated Community. Pets 1 BDRM, 1 BA, D/W, quiet, parking, starting at OK! For Info & Specials... coin-op W/D, N/P. $500/mo $625! Call PML Inc for 2 BDRM APT Call (303)774-9944 locations and details, Charly 303-859-9973. PREMIUM (303)772-5934 Avail July 1st. On-site • 1 & 2 BDRMS- $550-$675 stor/parking/laundry. 1060 17th Ave, patios 1 BDRM, 1 bath Heat incl. $705/month. Se habla Espanol, 2 BDRM APT´S & TH´S upstairs unit in N. Elliott Apts. (303)772-6452 303-588-9020 or 720-327-8918 We´ve got the town Longmont, close to covered. • Warren Ave shopping, bus lines & Coffman • So Bowen easy commute! $475, 1 & 2 BEDROOMS Meadow • Emery • 17th PML,INC for details • Starting @ $495. Ask Call & Check it out. (303)772-5934 about Move -in Specials.

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• 619 TERRY- 1 bdrm 2nd floor, heat/water/trash/ sewer paid. Resid pays electric. Off st pkng, cat or small dog OK. Coin-op laundry on site. $525. RMG RE, (303)772-4466

805 COFFMAN, Longmont, 2 level, 2 bdrm townhouse style, 2 bath, all appliances, W/D included $780, On site 303-651-2732 Mock 303-497-0668 ✭ BERTHOUD ✭ LARGE 1 bdrm, new carpet, A/C, 541 4th St. $475+ utils. (303)931-1768

BERTHOUD TOWNHOMES 1602 4th Street ✭ 2 Bdrm Ranch avail now$735. New kitchen, assigned pkng. Super clean & quiet! MUST SEE! No Pets. Non-Smoking. Close to I-25, Hwy 60 & 287. Sherry, (970)222-0502

BOULDER/LAFAYETTE BEAUTIES! • 60 S. Boulder Circle- $745 Call PMP, 303-776-RENT.

CLEAN 2 BDRM near downtown, laundry room, storage. N/P. $600+ dep. Call, (303)324-9922


● FOR Select 3 BDS Save $300 off 1st Month´s Rent! • 1 Bedrooms, $690 • 2 Bedroom, 2 bath $770 • 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bath AS LOW AS $799! • 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Townhouses AS LOW AS $999! •Full Size Washer & Dryer Hookups •Close to Bus lines **Income Guidelines Apply • Pets Welcome • 24/Hr Fitness Center • Prices subject to change

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DACONO- Large 2 bdrm. $725/mo, incl sewer/wtr & trash. Lndry facilities avail. N/P. (970)420-1363

EASTGLEN APTS 630 Lashley, Longmont (303)682-2943 1, 2 & 3 BEDROOMS: Summer Savings Starts $695- 2 bdrm/1 ba Pool, air, laundry Call for other specials. ✭Wtr, trash, sewer pd


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Apartments/ Unfurnished ✭ LANYON PARK APTS Spacious 1 bdrm, range, refrig, dishwasher, laundry facility, cat negotiable, $540. On site 720-494-7637 Mock 303-497-0668 LUXURIOUS 1 & 2 BDRMS •Hardwood flooring, •Stainless steel appliances, •Granite countertops, pool, •24 hour fitness center 2540 Sunset Drive ● 1-877-320-3313 NEWLY renovated 1 & 2 bdrms, close to Boulder, Lake front & Mtn views starting at only $670. 3226 Lake Park Way 1-877-320-3305

NIWOT/ 1& 2 BDRM´s 8050 & 8060 Niwot Rd, starting at $695. Call PMP, 303-776-RENT.

OLD Town Longmont, 1 HAMILTON PARK APTS. bdrm apt, upstairs in older 1406 N. 4th St., Berthoud. converted house. $550 incl Offers 1 bdrm for people 62 heat/wtr. No dogs, N/S. or older or disabled, with or 303-774-9356 or 303-776-7156 without children. Rent based on income. Now accepting applications ROOMS & Apartments EHOP. 970-532-3725 or TDD Weekly/Monthly, from 800-659-2656 $100/week. Utililties included. (303)931-7108

HORIZON PLACE 1 Bdrm- $550 ✭✭Spacious, 3bdrm, 1.5 ba, 2 Bdrm- $650 Secure bldg, swimming all appliances, carport, pool, A/C, on-site laundry. near stores, bus and parks, $695, On site 720-494-7637 Call PMP, 303-776-RENT. Mock 303-497-0668

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Commercial/ Industrial PRIME S. MAIN LOCATIONS 230 S. MAIN ST. High visibility corner with flexible space options. 760-4000 Sq Ft. Rents as low as $600/ mo + NNN. •Also: 5000 Sq Ft back lot with small bldg w/ power & phone only $400/mo + utilities. Perfect for landscaper, etc. Call Casey at 303-589-8548 or Leora 303-772-2701

STONEBRIDGE @ TWIN PEAKS 1 BDRMS @ $775 2 BDRMS @ $920 3 BDRMS @ $1100 *Luxury Apt. Homes *Fitness Center *Att/Det Garages

2424 9th Ave. CALL 303-772-8110 Townhouse style, 3 bdrm, 1.5 ba, all appl, laundry fac, off street parking, 2154 Dexter Dr, $720, On site 303-774-7550 Mock 303-497-0668 UNIQUE townhouse style, 2154 Dexter Dr, 2 bdrm, 1.5 ba, balcony, laundry fac, $635 Mock 303-497-0668 or onsite 303-774-7550

VALUE PLACE FIRESTONE Only $549 Monthly* New building. Furn studios, full kitchens, free utils, no lease. I-25 & Hwy 119, Longmont exit 240. 303-485-0040 *New guests only. Bring ad to qualify. Valid to 08/31/09.

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”0“ APP fee, very clean 1330 17TH AVE- Sunny 4 bdrm, 2 ba, top flr, views! 5 bdrm, 2 ba, fncd yd, new paint & carpet, $1250 1700 Sq Ft, A/C. $1200. 619 Hubbard, 720-338-9635 Avail 8/1. 303-530-2818. ● 14 EMERY WAY4 bdrm, 2 bath duplex in Lgmt. Available now. $1000/mo. Pets nego. Call Pennant, (303)447-8988 • 1850 EMERY, 2 bdrm, 1 ba, carport. $675/mo RMG RE, (303)772-4466.

2 BDRM, 1 ba, off st pkng, 1533 Lashley, $625 2 BD, 1 ba, fncd yd, off st pkng, 2121 15th, $625 3 BD, 1.5 ba, garage, W/D hk, 1080 SF, 1341 Emery, $825 Alert Realty 303-776-5156

2 BDRM, 1.5 ba, Remodeled, Very Clean, 1020 SF, in North Loveland, Off Street parking, W/D hkups, 2 BDRM, 2 ba, Super clean! Easy access to Ft Collins, FP, fncd yd, A/C, 1 car gar. Emery & 22nd. Avail now. $750/mo Call Jan 481-5535 $950/mo. (303)449-1932 2 BDRM, 2.5 BA, 1800SF, fitness center, pool, wtr & trash inc, det single gar, 2 BDRM Duplex, 1 ba, single car gar, W/D hkup, bsmnt. $975 720-494-1741 owner maintained yard, patio, quiet neighborhood, N/P, renter pays elec2 BDRM, 2 ba end unit tnhm in Lsville- W/D, DW, trical, owner pays wtr. FP, 2 car gar, fncd patio, $875/mo, $875 dep. Single dog ok, vltd ceil, skylght. f a m i l y , a v a i l 8 / 1 $1150. Avl 8/1. 720-890-8598 303-678-5664 or 303-776-7364 2 BDRM Townhouse A/C, 2 BDRM, W/D, DW, A/C W/D, gar, sm yard, $795/ w/ gar. NE Longmont, no mo, 1 yr lease. 303-772-5078 pets. $650 + utils & dep. 720-322-3269 or 720-365-4469 3 BDRM, 2.5 BA, 1 car, near Rec Ctr, W/D, crtyd ✭ 2 BDRM, W/D, off strt + balcony, central A/C. prkg, $750 half utils paid + N/S, N/P, refs. $975. 835 $500 dep. South Kane #30. 303-588-4228 ✭ 1 BDRM, W/D, very private, wtr pd, $550 + $500 dep. (303)678-0482. 3 BDRM, 3 BA, frpl, W/D, deck, off st.pkng, S. Lgmt. • 323 Columbine - 2 story w/ $840. (303)652-3024 bsmnt, 3 bdrm, 1.75 ba, 1 car garage, $900 3 BDRM Townhome, 1364 RMG, (303)772-4466. SF, W/D hkup, 2 ba, $250 dep, $1050/mo. 888-837-4912 3 BDRM, 2 BA, W/D, DW, 15th & CentenCONDOS FOR RENT nial $825 (303)651-2881

1024 Townley- Really clean & ready for new fam! 3 bdrm, 2 ba, 2 car, W/D, nice bkyd, N/P. $1100. 303-944-3296

3 BD, 1.75 ba, dbl gar, fncd, 1738 Linden, $1075 3 BD, 1.75 ba, dbl gar, evap cooler, BBQ, 925 Bragg, $1095 3 bd, 2 BA, 3xGar, 1/4 acre lot, 1820SF, 1303 Monarch, $1250 Alert Realty 303-776-5156

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5 BDRM, 3 ba, 2 car gar All brick ranch w/ fin. bsmnt, big yard in cul de sac backs to greenbelt, lse/purchase opt., Creative motivated owner, 970-690-7083 Other homes avail.

● 918 EMERY ST- 2 bdrm, 1 bath Ranch style house, eat-in kitchen, W/D, fenced yard, sunroom, 2 car garage, pets nego. $1050. Pennant Inv, (303)447-8988

● 1548 BOWEN- 3 bdrm, 2 bath Ranch w/finished 3 BD HOUSE BARGAINS! basement, W/D, large • 7150 WCR 1 • 1973 Carr fenced yard, 2 car garage, • 1230 Sunset • 1415 Sunset • 4125 Portofino corner lot, pets nego. $1300. BERTHOUD WARESome with MIS Avail July 1st. Pennant HOUSE w/ small office, Call TODAY! Investments, (303)447-8988 3000 sf @ 604 2nd St. $200,000 PMP, 303-776-RENT. sell or lease. (970)493-7775 1708 Twilight Ct, 4 bdrm, 3 BDRM, 1. 5 BA, NW, avail 3.75 ba, Sundance Subdv, pool & clubhouse access. Aug 1, new carpet/paint, 2 car, shade, dog nego, N/S, COUNTRY LIVING! $2400/mo. 303-653-5069 $1095. Lv msg, 303-530-1273 3 bdrm, 1 bath house. Avail July 15. $1100/month 3 BDRM, 1 ba, in Old Town, + utils. (303)678-0543 2209 SANTA FE, 3 BDRM, 1509 sqft, Avail avail 8/10. Sprkr sys, hardAug 1, $1295 (303)440-8200 wood flrs, N/S, small pet nego. 1111 8th Ave. $1050/ mo + dep. 720-352-2999 CUTE 1 BDRM Cottage $550/mo. Off st parking. Avail now. (303)931-4011 3 BDRM, 2.5 ba, 2 car gar, 1500 Sq Ft, great location! 2 BD, 1 ba, gar, near $1275. (970)405-2607 I-25, fncd yd, 10699 Butte, $995 3 BDRM, 2 ba, NW, very ERIE- 2 Bdrm, 1 Ba mobile 3 BD, 1.75 bath, gar, pet clean. Gar, A/C, fncd, N/S. home on acreage. $675/mo nego, 1542 Lamplighter, $1200 incl wtr 303-443-8969 includes water & trash. $925 303-905-5206 3 BD, 1.5 ba, dbl gar, yd, 3 BDRM, DW, gar, RV 2115 Hackberry, $1045 pkng in 6-ft fence. N/S/P. 3 BD, 1.5 ba, frpl, gar, $850. Avl 7/6. 303-776-8038. fncd, 2043 Sumac, $1045 Frederick / Firestone Alert Realty 303-776-5156 • 730 Carbondale- Apt $550 3 BDRM, fncd yard, GREAT DEALS!! all appls. Pets. $950/month. Call PMP, 303-776-RENT. I-25/Hwy 52. (303)833-2425. 2 BDRM, 1 BA, beautiful, 415 LONGVIEW Old Town. Gar, fncd yd, 3 BDRM,1954 sqft, Avail w/d, n/s/p $925 303-682-5985 June 1st, $1650 303-440-8200 2 BDRM, 1 BATH 2 car, fncd yd. N/S. Dog nego. $900. 303-776-0265

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

436 VIVIAN- Old Town 3 bdrm, 2.5 ba Victorian, nice fncd yd, lots of stor, new paint. N/S. Pets/lse 2 BDRM, 1 bath, 2 car gar, term neg. $1250 970-734-4280 Immaculate 4 Bdrm, 2.5 ba A/C, sprinkler system. home, over 2200 sf fin + Avail Aug 1st. 455 Thistle. 4 BDRM, 2 BA, A/C, unfin bsmnt. Mstr suite, $975. (303)776-6664 N/S/P, $1195/mo. beautiful yard, NW 1000 sf to 8000 sf avail 2213 Tulip, (303)775-0206 Longmont. $1995/mo 105 3rd Ave, rent nego. Call (303)567-4797 2 BDRM, MTN HOME, Jerry 303-589-4739 year round living in scenic 4 BDRM, 2 BA. Liv room, • 1314 So Emery, PINEWOOD SPRINGS. lg kit, fam room w/ frpl. • 2237 Emery playrm/office. Brand new CHURCH Space Avail 303-776-7343 5 BDRM, 3 BA, fam room, wood/laminate flrs Old Town, 6th & Sherman. Call PMP, 303-776-RENT. 2400 sq ft, A/C, fncd, shed, throughout. Near park & 3000+ SF. (303)682-0950. gar, frpl. Exc cond. 3/2 tri, den, FP, office, fncd schools. Pets OK w/ add´t 2636 Denver Ave. yd, 2 car, school 1 block. dep. Avail 7/1. 625 Elliott FOX MEADOWS ● FREDERICK Versatile! Great 2 bdrm, 2 bath, frpl, $1200. 303-444-2250 N/S/P. $1250. (303)776-5283 St. 303-651-3061, $1300/mo. Light industrial/office, W/D hookup, vaulted 960 sf & 1920 sf, from $695 ● 6866 COUNTRYSIDEceilings, *Upgraded • 3618 CLOVER CREEK LN 5 BDRM, 2 BA, new W/D & 303-857-8777 Niwot, 1st floor unit, frpl, appliances & finishes. Ranch with fin bsmt, DW. Close to hospital & W/D, patio, cat nego. Reserved parking, pool. 4 bdrm, 3 ba. $1550/mo. schools. $1200/mo, $1500 HWY 66 & I-25. $950/mo. Call Pennant $900+ Utils. Valentiner & RMG RE, (303)772-4466 dep. Avail 8/1 (720)849-1492 2000/4000/6000 sq.ft. Office/ Associates. (303)443-9342. Investments, (303)447-8988 Warehouse. 120/208 3 Phase. 10x14 overhead LARGE 2 bdrm, 1.5 BA, all $875, 2 BDRM, 1 BA duplex, doors. 303-772-3011 appl, a/c, w/d hkup, fncd 1 car gar . Lg fenced back yd, carport/storage. $850 yard, lg kitchen & living 303-499-5894 or 720-318-4370 rm, new carpet, new paint, SOUTH MAIN OFFICE 28-130623 year lse, 224 E. St. Claire, SPACE WITH GREAT call BVRE 303-444-4333 EXPOSURE, SIGNAGE AND ✭✭SW Longmont, luxury 3 PARKING. bdrm, 2 .5 ba, 2376 sf, a/c, 918 SF AND 2,165 SF. garage, finished basement ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭✭✭ ATTRACTIVE LEASE RATES $1495 Mock 303-497-0668 EXECUTIVE BEAUTIFUL 2 bdrm,

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Office / Warehouse Lt. Industrial. 2300 SF. Office, full bath, 12 foot OH door, easy I-25 access

Office Space


Duplexes 0 APP FEE- 2 bdrm, A/C. Pets & Sec 8 ok, gar, fncd yd, nice area, $850. (303)918-4748. ”0“ App Fee, Old Town Victorian, 1 bdrm + 2nd sm bdrm or office. Applcs furnished, owner pays wtr, N/S. $725 (303)678-1911

1 bath duplex in NW Longmont, 1 car attc gar. 1013 HARMON- $850. For more info, Call PMP, 303-776-RENT.

BERTHOUD , 2 bdrm, 1 ba, w/d hkup, 1 car, well-maint, patio. Pets nego, N/S. $800 + utils & dep. 303-776-4241

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

Office Space 200-600 SQ FT- NW Longmont, $300-$650. 1st & 2nd floor avail. Prime Real Estate, (303)682-0150

NOW WHY RENT WHEN YOU CAN OWN? You may be able to buy a home with as little as $1,000 down. Government programs are offering incredible incentives. Home prices & interest rates at historic lows. Opportunity knocks! Call Devin O´Branagan ERA Tradewind 303-775-0710

NW Lgmt, 3 bdrm, 2 ba, 2 car gar, A/C, N/P/S. $1100/$1100. (303)435-6269 OLD TOWN HOME for rent. 419 Bowen St. $1800/mo. Dogs OK. Nathan, (808)754-3579

4 ROOM office w/ kitch, bath w/ shower, 1100 sf, $600 210 So Main. 303-859-0787 500 to 2500 SQFT or individual offices avail. Good traffic exposure. 303-523-3369 518-SF, 710-SF, or 1228SF, ground floor office space available in professional office building in North Longmont. Call PML Inc for more info, (303)772-5934. CLASS A offices - 3rd/Main Sunny, elev, hw-flrs, hi ceil, h-wtr ht, a/c. 303-443-3510. OFFICE SPACE For Rent Holistic wellness center. (720)280-9047

PROFESSIONAL Offices N. Longmont. Single & 3 ofc suite. All grnd lvl, 2 entrances, great prkg. 303-956-1141 1 Berthoud 800 sf. Office/ Retail, $1100/mo. & 800 sf. warehouse, $400/mo. A/C. Incl. util´s. Great downtown location. 303-870-8872

Office Space

Roommates Wanted

1 OFFICE w/RECEPTION area. 402 Main St., next AVAILABLE- furn bdrm, door to Ziggi´s. All utils Male 40+, W/D, utils incl. N/S. $450. 303-981-7121. included. Call, 303-772-8917

Sat. Open House 1-3pm Great Indian Peaks Neigborhood. Just down the street from Waneka Lake. 3 bedroom, 3 bath room. Fanstastic natural light & beautiful landscaping! $299,000 MLS # 600951

Office Space

Office Space


2002 South Fork St. Lafayette


Sun. Open Houses Prospect New Town

Sunday 12:30pm - 2:00 pm $725,000 4 bedroom Carriage house, 3 fireplaces, great wrap around porch!

827 Tenacity

Sunday 11:00am - 12:30pm


Spaces from $250/mo. Receptionist services, kitchen, copier, fax and T1 internet service. Spaces from single offices to 2,500 SQ FT.


Don Rulle, CCIM

Ken or Keith Kanemoto

Ed & Keith Kanemoto




$419,000 4 bed 3 bath awesome front porch. MLS#602666

1004 Katy Lane


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Roommates Wanted

Roommates Wanted

Awesome Area! Tennis crts, lake, 1 level of custom home, 1 bdrm/own ba, ofc, rec rm. $550. 303-669-9615

MATURE MALE 40+ share home all utils + w/d $425/mo. (303)833-6808

July 11, 2009

Rooms For Rent SEMI-FURN Rooms/Apts Wkly/mnthly from $100/wk Utils/micro/fridge inc (303)931-7108

Rural Property

PROF´L or STUDENTAll new pvt furn lower level, 1900 SF lux suite, 1 BDRM guest house on Jacuzzi, huge office w/ BERTHOUD • $550 inc util. built-ins & wireless, enter- 5 ac, full kit/appls, lndry ● Entire upstairs w/2 LRG tain room + workout room. rm. $850+utils. 970-535-0190 furn bdrm´s & own bath. Lovely! S Lgmt. Utils incl. Nice yard! 720-261-5822 $700/mo. (303)678-9595



Country Living! Private 2 bdrm, one ba farm house on two acres. Surrounded by open space, in Hygiene. $1200/mo Call Gail 303-776-4266.

Longmont 1810 ALPINE ST.

Beautiful Ute Creek Golf Course 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! This one will go fast $429,900.


818 S. TERRY ST. #84 This 3 BR / 3 BA townhome is in Move-In Condition, located across from the neighborhood park. 1 car attached garage, tile flooring, A/C and patio are just some of the extras here! Hurry, won’t last at $144,900.



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. Hurry in to see this one priced right at $250,900.

LONGMONT 303-772-7576 REALTY 62629 Terry St., Longmont E!




Ft. Collins 1 BDRM, second floor condo. Near Shields and Prospect. $72,500. 970-667-5496


Longmont FSBO- 4 bdrm, 4 bath, 2400 SF finished, exc location: 18th & Sumac area. $228,000. 303-494-4115. HEIDI & HELENA BUY HOUSES! $ SAVE YOUR CREDIT $ 303-725-8388 / 303-459-2711

Mobile/ Manufactured Homes/Spaces 14 HOMES from Denver to Cheyenne, doublewides, singlewides, Repos save $$! 303-828-0200

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900 MTN VW. #233. 2 bdrm, 1-3/4 ba, park w/clubhs/ No SS# NEEDED! Homes available for imme- swim. $15,000. 303-776-5446 diate move-in $800/mo! We accept TIN numbers for easy in-house financing (OAC) 303-500-8797 • Adult Pk, 2 bdrm $8,900 •2 bd/1.5 ba D-W, $14,900. Cntysd Vlg #253 303-682-9141 Own a home today with NO money down! You may qualify for the NEW Gov´t tax credit program. Best Buy Around! Bad credit, no problem! Very nice, 2 bdrm, 2 ba, EZ in-house financing! central air, quiet N 888-325-4901 Loveland retirement park, Park approval req., $7500 obo, Jim 970-215-0164

Berthoud Home, New Construction, 2 possible 3 BDRM, 4 stall gar., $192,700! 970-481-8170

Economy got you down? We can help! Do you think you won´t ● SATURDAY 11-2 qualify for a new or used ● 1021 PRATT manufactured home? $169,900- Old Town Area! offer home loans with ✭Enjoy the Central Air✭ 2/1 cottage, wd flrs, encl We porch. Longo Re 303-941-9034 zero to moderate credit and In this Nice we accept tax ID numbers. 4 bdrm, 2 ba w/ 2 car Payments are between detached, 1 car attached $580.00 and $770.00. THAT garage. $217,950 INCLUDES LOT RENT! Quick, easy qualification. 20 ACRES & 1590 sf ranch Call Brad at 970-420-8488. home, 24 sh wtr, well, barn. Creative fin, $902K/ 2 ACRE LOTS WEST OF best ofr. 6927 Jay Rd, BERTHOUD. Great Views! Bldr Cnty 303-888-2180 *Everyone´s Approved* on $149,900. Fred @ Four Seasons Re, (720)494-2133. our OC MOB homes. Now For Sale/Rent. $140K, 2% is best time to buy or sell. dwn, owner carry, Aug free Big DBL. Wide Sale! if under contract by 7/15, 970-689-6000/690-2725 or 3283 newly remod. (303)666-4572

Real Estate


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Business Opportunities


FOR SALE, 25 yrs in Longmont, Turn Key business opportunity. Asking $200,000 for business, purchase or lease property. Outdoor power equipment sales & service. Broker, call Marty at 303-772-2222

AG zoned acreage home sites, varying 5-35 ac. NO CCRs/HOA/ NO SUBDIVISION. Farm animals ok. Water/utilities in road. 3 mi to Lgmt in Weld Cnty. $250,000 & up. Call Flo Lutz (303) 775-2151

1711 Turine Dr • $379,900 Open Sat 11am-1pm 5 bdr, 2 ba, 3300 fin SF, Mountain Meadows Subdv Joe Bennell (303)210-1477


Beautiful, corner lot ranch features 3 bedrooms, fabulous master suite with huge California closet. Rich hardwood cabinetry in the 3rd bedroom which can be a study. Full, unfinished basement for further expansion. $249,900

Farms, Ranches Acreages



Farms, Ranches Acreages

Great 3 bdrm, 2 bath modular in Longview community. Lot rent incl use of pool. Vaulted ceilings,skylight, ceramic tile in dn rm, kit. 3 mo park fee pd at closing $59,900.

Marta Loachamin 720-323-5089 1036 Champion: TWO main flr master suites + full basement ready to finish! Beautiful lot on greenbelt in much sought-after Champion Greens. Absolutely spotless, with spacious open plan, vaulted ceilings, lots of light and gleaming hardwood! 3734 sf, 1880 fin sf. Dir: Hover or Airport to 9th Ave., N on Wood, Left on Doral, R on Champion. MLS# 585334

Setting the Gold Standard!

81 Ac – Berthoud $899,000

71.6 Ac – Mead $1,100,000 64 Ac – Next to Proposed Walmart $64,000/Ac


30 Ac – Berthoud Has all utilities $1,500,000 28-130404

Century 21 Mortgage 1-888-411-8135


25.5 Ac – Firestone On Golf Course $1,372,500

Ken Kanemoto

319 E. 27th St., Loveland


Charming newer ranch condo with 2 beds/ 2 baths close to everything! Large liv. rm. & Family room! Spacious den and long covered porch! 2 car garage! Faces greenbelt! Big eat-in kitchen & dining area! Rarely on market: $192,000 #599342

Nancy Umbreit, Umbreit & Co. / Metro Brokers 303-579-0970

Pacific Auction Companies Presents an

At the property, 1224 King Drive, Loveland, Co. Saturday July 18, 2009 @ 10:00 am Preview @ 8:00 am sale day Selling the Estate of legendary Colorado racer, Mr. Fritz Wilson. Mr. Wilson won hundreds of races throughout Colorado. One of his cars is in the Daytona 500 Museum since he led the first lap ever run in the 500. Selling the Magnificent home and shop, Collector Cars and a great shop of tools!

REAL ESTATE- SELLS AT 11:00 AM- Magnificent 4202 Square foot Brick home on 1.74 beautifully landscaped acres. 2 car attached garage and a fantastic 3200 square foot shop. Very near I-25 off of 402 this property offers an easy commute to the metro area or Fort Collins. See our website for specific real estate terms or Call Bob Ford 303-532-2200 for a showing of this perfect home for a car collector! VEHICLES: Sell immediately following the real estate-Very rare 1961 Chrysler 300 G- This was the last year for this fine automobile, Great original car!, 1937 Buick 4d Special w/suicide doors, This was one of his last projects- The car features a fresh 440 Chrysler, the chrome has been redone- it needs final assembly and paint, Original 1962 T-bird in good condition, 1969 Lincoln 1985 Chevy S-10 pickup, and a Stock car racing frame. We have added these great cars from a different collection all will be selling to the high bidder- Great 1954 Dodge 4d, Auto Red and White with the Red Rocket Hemi, 1960 T-bird very nice condition, 1974 Lincoln Mark IV with 39,000 miles!, Impressive 1991 Mercedes 300 Convertible with lots of extras, 1959 Edsel 4d and a 1980 Lincoln. MEMORABILIA/COLLECTIBLES- 1970’s Seeburg jukebox - loaded with 45’s, Jennings 25/5 cent floor model slot machine, Hundreds of impressive trophy’s, Display hoods and signs, Console Victrola, Oak music cabinet, No. 23 Cast Iron Cookstove and other items. TOOLS, TOOLS, TOOLS- If one was good Fritz had 3! Multiples of seemingly every tool Craftsman has every made! Tool cabinet after tool cabinet of wrench sets in every style and size, Numerous Socket sets from ¼ to 1” plus every accessory imaginable, Torch sets, Welders, Dozens of air tools of all types, Auto painting equipment including spray guns, masking and more, 100 gallon Alemite vertical air compressor, Engine hoists and stands, Omega Horizontal band saw, Sand blasting cabinets, Coats 20/20 tire machine, 4’ sheet metal brake, jack stands, power tools, and much, much more! If you can use it on a race car we probably have it! AUTO PARTS- Thousands of auto parts and accessories: Two Performance built 350 Chevy’s, install ready, Several other 350’s, Big And Small block Mopar’s, Hundreds of hot rod tires and wheels,Beauty rings, Gasket sets, carb’s and intakes, radiators, transmissions, The list goes on and on! Don’t miss this Auction! TERMS: Cash or good check day of sale, 10% Buyers Premium, 5% on Real estate or

call 303-772-7676

Pacific Auction Companies


Charlie Tucker 303-506-2551 www.Tucker Walker Real Estate of the Rockies


Residential Development Land


OPEN HOUSE SAT 11-1 $332,000

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Longmont • Brian Phillips from Bank New York, 2803 Denver Ave, Longmont, $120,000, home • Darla Perkins from Fannie Mae, 1885 Terry St Unit 3, Longmont, $88,000, condo • Kieffer Denning from Rene Janiece, 1003 Rose St, Longmont, $205,000, home • Kahle Toothill from Heather Kenney, 2213 Watersong Cir, Longmont, $208,700, home • Clark & Cindy Verhulst from Stella A Quirico, 2112 Calais Dr, Longmont, $358,000, home • Brent Dusza from Harold M Sigg, 1005 Townley Cir, Longmont, $149,000, home • Jeffrey Bechtold from Va, 2108 Boise Ct, Longmont, $186,000, home • Timothy & Michelle Pearl from Dorothy Weythman, 130 Merideth Ln, Longmont, $154,000, home • Frances & Daniel Harrison from Kristin M Baird, 1049 Wyndemere Cir, Longmont, $555,500, home • Maria Reller from Luke & Lisa Violett, 2121 Daley Dr, Longmont, $177,000, home • Christina Duvall from Lezlie N Allen, 438 Judson St, Longmont, $160,000, home • Timothy Thomas from Susan M Deines, 2003 Sunlight Dr, Longmont, $274,500, home • George & Christa Dokos from Maria I Donovan, 7484 Mount Sherman Rd, Longmont, $369,000, home • Stephen Hauser from Kathleen Grady, 7955 Countryside Dr Unit 111, Longmont, $100,000, condo • Gary Hays from Edward III & Christine S, 8060 Niwot Rd Unit 56, Longmont, $118,000, condo • Joseph & Martha Tanner from Rick L & Dana L Henkle, 800 Nelson Park Ln, Longmont, $242,500, home • Judith Blackburn from Jason C Lew, 3724 Oakwood Dr, Longmont, $185,000, home • Russell & Gwendolyn Robeson from Ryan & Kit Magley, 315 Sweet Valley Ct, Longmont, $239,000, home

• William & Romi Cooney from Shaub Enterprises Inc, 9264 Blue Spruce Ln, Longmont, $2,300,000, home • Gail Hougland from Sonoma Pinnacle LLC, 1152 Olympia Ave Unit F, Longmont, $205,000, condo • Andria & Michael Allen from James K Downs, 3508 Boxelder Dr, Longmont, $360,000, home • Danit & Rebeca Cheistwer from Charity Irene Hall, 4501 Nelson Rd Unit 2106, Longmont, $181,500, condo • Mr. & Gina Black from Karim F & Hania Kanaan, 7914 Wellshire Ct, Longmont, $449,000, home • Robert & Nancy Koob from Charles H & Karen J Simon, 1410 Galapagos Pl, Longmont, $260,000, home • Leeanne Mathisen from Patrick S & Joan M Trumbl, 8470 Stirrup Ln, Longmont, $425,000, home • Will Newman from Wells Fargo Bank National, 2473 Spencer St, Longmont, $145,000, home

Berthoud • Danny & Shana Spickard from M T Bank, 1021 Berthoud Peak Dr, Berthoud, $630,000, home • Pepique Stout from 21st Mortgage Corp, 325 Lakritz St, Berthoud, $145,000, home • Wayne & Vickie McLane from Castlelyons LLC, 924 Wilfred Rd, Berthoud, $325,000, home • Perry & Peggy Carter from Wells Fargo Bank, 301 Wark Ave, Berthoud, $78,000, home • Travis & Alison Thompson from Dean Thomas & Lisa Ma Cam, 22748 County Road 3, Berthoud, $599,000, home Dacono • Sarah Hetzel from Seth G & Christine M Pete, 1201 Glen Creighton Dr, Dacono, $190,000, home Erie • Shawn & Diana Otoole from Derek G & Melissa L O All, 290 Yellowfield Way, Erie, $307,000, home • Michael Lyon from Richmond American Homes Corp, 1443 Graham Cir, Erie, $400,000, home

• Jason & Lindsay Lew from Standard Pacific Colo Inc, 512 Powers St, Erie, $346,300, home • Scott McCollam from Brian William Bentley, 2375 Dogwood Cir, Erie, $278,100, home • Ranjodh & Balinder Singh from Clifford I Fukunaga, 220 Bonanza Dr, Erie, $261,000, home • Christopher & Amand Rainieri from Standard Pacific Colo Inc, 1164 Eichhorn Dr, Erie, $315,500, home • Lee Malek from Standard Pacific Colo Inc, 518 Powers St, Erie, $345,500, home • James Stiles from Wayne D & Vikki Granger, 1893 Wilson Cir, Erie, $269,000, home • Erick & Kim Finnestead from Richmond American Homes Corp, 629 Mathews Way, Erie, $300,000, home • Christopher & Molly Hosek from Tousa Homes Inc Bankruptcy, 1290 Jackson Dr, Erie, $313,400, home

Firestone • Mendi & Barrett Young from Journey Homes LLC, 9782 Roadrunner Ave, Firestone, $246,400, home • Christopher & Christi Lyman from William Ciancio, 6674 Sunburst Ave, Firestone, $224,000, home • Louisa & Merel Dengler from Ted Haley, 11302 Ebony St, Firestone, $215,000, home • Lorin Hart from Journey Homes LLC, 9865 Cedar St, Firestone, $213,000, home • George & Linsey Fox from Journey Homes LLC, 5084 Rimrock Ave, Firestone, $335,800, home Fort Lupton • Tarhata Shirley from US Bank, 1110 Stage Dr, Fort Lupton, $49,000, home • Enrique Faudoa from Rita Vasquez, 913 Dogwood Ave, Fort Lupton, $49,000, home • William Coutermash from US Bank, 1110 Lancaster Ave, Fort Lupton, $110,000, home Frederick • Kenneth & Carmen Schiedel from KDB Homes Inc, 6207 Saratoga Trl, Frederick, $349,000, home • Michael Melnik from James

David Gold, 5910 E Conservation Dr, Frederick, $222,500, home • Kevin Vannorsdel from KDB Homes Inc, 6325 Ruby Hill Dr, Frederick, $322,000, home • Frederick Sandal from Mary M Starr, 5447 Bobcat Ct, Frederick, $223,000, home

Lyons • James & Deborah Comstock from Johnny A Judith A Bourlan, 70 Lookout Dr, Lyons, $275,000, home • John Burke from Sanford R Williams, 431 Main St, Lyons, $600,000, home Platteville • Nickolas & Jamie Hill from Fannie Mae, 513 David Ct, Platteville, $95,000, home Foreclosures – notice of election and demand • Borrower: Margaret E Hall Rev Trust, Lender: Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, Amount: $87,954, Property: 1046 County Road 115, Allenspark, Filed: 07/01/09 • Borrower: Leonard McKee & Sharon Pratt, Lender: Wells Fargo Bank NA, Amount: $184,355, Property: 824 W County Road 10 E, Berthoud, Filed: 06/25/09 • Borrower: Edward Honebein, Lender: Bank Of America National Association, Amount: $306,959, Property: 4332 Hawg Hollow Ln, Berthoud, Filed: 06/25/09 • Borrower: Derik & Brenda Dewey, Lender: JP Morgan Chase Bank NA, Amount: $136,826, Property: 845 9th St, Berthoud, Filed: 06/26/09 • Borrower: Stanley Anderson, Lender: US Bank National Association, Amount: $310,979, Property: 1921 Glenview Ct, Berthoud, Filed: 06/29/09 • Borrower: Clifford & Heidi Adams, Lender: The Bank Of New York Mellon FKA, Amount: $166,706, Property: 1505 Willow Dr, Berthoud, Filed: 06/29/09 • Borrower: Ronald Koger, Lender: Wells Fargo Bank NA, Amount: $114,264, Property: 909 Glen Ayre St, Dacono, Filed: 06/29/09 • Borrower: Jose Hernandez,

Lender: Wells Fargo Bank Na, Amount: $134,584, Property: 1105 Glen Dale Ct, Dacono, Filed: 06/30/09 • Borrower: Jerrod & Ashley Jewell, Lender: Wells Fargo Bank Na, Amount: $219,676, Property: 145 Elizabeth Street Cir, Dacono, Filed: 06/30/09 • Borrower: Magdalena Guerrero, Lender: Aurora Loan Services LLC, Amount: $300,562, Property: 117 Northrup Dr, Erie, Filed: 06/30/09 • Borrower: Paul Guy, Lender: Chase Home Finance LLC, Amount: $278,402, Property: 874 Quintana Ln, Erie, Filed: 06/30/09 • Borrower: John & Caley Carroll, Lender: BAC Home Loans Servicing LP, Amount: $320,087, Property: 1452 Clayton Way, Erie, Filed: 07/01/09 • Borrower: David Ruiz, Lender: Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, Amount: $212,946, Property: 551 Ponderosa Dr, Estes Park, Filed: 07/01/09 • Borrower: Miguel Herrera, Lender: First Horizon Home Loans, Amount: $162,728, Property: 915 S McKinley Ave, Fort Lupton, Filed: 06/26/09 • Borrower: Miranda Osier, Lender: Wells Fargo Bank NA, Amount: $133,607, Property: 1000 Lantern Dr, Fort Lupton, Filed: 06/26/09 • Borrower: Hugo Guerra, Lender: Wells Fargo Bank NA Successor, Amount: $156,401, Property: 1814 Chestnut St, Fort Lupton, Filed: 06/29/09 • Borrower: Michael Landwehr, Lender: BAC Home Loans Servicing LP, Amount: $186,226, Property: 1133 Beech St, Fort Lupton, Filed: 06/29/09 • Borrower: Anthony Duran, Rachelle Nohr & Julia, Lender: Lasalle Bank National Association, Amount: $113,880, Property: 1020 Pacific Ct, Fort Lupton, Filed: 06/29/09 • Borrower: Joan Thies, Lender: Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, Amount: $259,670, Property: 5163 County Road 37, Fort Lupton, Filed: 06/29/09

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1021 Pratt St.


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$307,500 Longmont 566 E. 116th Ave. 11-2

ERA Tradewind/Carnahan 303-772-9620

$419,000 Prospect

1004 Katy Ln.


Remax Alliance/Koth


$725,000 Prospect

827 Tenacity


ReMax Alliance/Koth




1024 Sonoma Cr., 8C 1-3

ERA Tradewind/Marchino




10257 Dogwood St.


ReMax Alliance/Hicks




1528 Spencer


ERA Tradewind/Stang




2410 Steppe Dr.

12-12:20 Diane Stow/ReMax Traditions 303-827-7046



4899 Osprey Way

11-12:30 ReMax Alliance/Hicks



2344 Flagstaff Dr.

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1333 Charles Dr. #3

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2002 South Fork St.


ReMax Alliance/Koth




1061 Champion Cr.


ERA Tradewind/Sipfle




1036 Champion


Real Estate of the Rockies/Tucker 303-506-2551



926 Champion Cr.


ERA Tradewind/Mathews



1856 Ute Creek Dr.


Diane Stow/ReMax Traditions 303-827-7046



709 Tanager Cr.


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1219 Twin Peaks


ERA Tradewind/Carlson



1711 Turine St.


Taylor Made Real Estate/Bennell 303-210-1477



8033 James Ct.


ERA Tradewind/Freeman



1708 Twilight Ct.

1:30-1:50 Diane Stow/ReMax Traditions 303-827-7046



1686 Radcliffe Pl.

11-11:20 Diane Stow/ReMax Traditions 303-827-7046



1109 Wyndemere




7361 Rozena Dr.

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1268 Fox Hill Dr.

2:30-2:50 Diane Stow/ReMax Traditions 303-827-7046









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