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Adopt a variety of ways to plant onions in the garden daily; in our area, onions will begin As you’re planting your spring garden, leave room for a basic of producing pungent, sweet orbs begreat cooking. Growing onions in ginning in July. Colorado is easy, and if you want Onions prefer fertile, well-drainto add this allium to your veging soil liberally amended with oretable plot, the time to get plantganic material. Spread compost 1 to ing is now. 1.5 inches deep across the bed, then Seeds, seedlings and sets are till it in, working it eight inches inavailable to the home gardener, so to the soil. If you’ve sown seeds, Carol O’Meara thin them once the seedlings have here’s a quick primer on the difColorado State five to 10 leaves. For best bulb proference. Seeds are directly sown University Extension duction, thin to 3 inches apart. into the garden from mid-March through the end of April and are Pulled seedlings are delicious fresh successful in Colorado. Sow them shallowly, or grilled; eat them as you would a scallion. As about three-eighths of an inch deep. your onions grow, each leaf they put on represents a ring in the bulb itself, and size matters: Seedlings are started plants, grown this seaLarger leaves mean bigger rings. son and not yet mature enough to begin forming bulbs. Locally, onion seedlings are readily Water them frequently, never allowing their available in small clumps that you tease apart shallow roots to dry, which can cause bulbs to upon planting. Plant them 1 inch deep and be stunted and tough. Onions are nitrogenslightly later than seeds, so any time in April greedy during the first part of the season, so will do. fertilize until mid-July, then put them on a diet – onions don’t need much nitrogen past that Sets are onion bulbs that are about 1 inch in point. diameter and planted as you would a tulip or daffodil. Both seeds and seedlings can be used As onions bulb, they often push themselves for green onions, often called scallion-stage, or out of the soil; this is normal and your plant for sizing up into storage bulbs. But if you use will be fine. Avoid giving in to the urge to sets, keep in mind that they’re best if you want “hill-up” your onions; hiding the beautiful onion bulbs. bulb will work against the plant’s desire to plump it and you won’t get good production. Look for long-day varieties that form bulbs once we have 14 or more hours of sunlight As the plant prepares to bulb the neck will feel

a little soft and if your soil is hard from the summer sun, gently loosen it to let the plant expand. Keep weeds to a minimum, since they rapidly crowd out the less-vigorous onion. Careful, shallow hoeing around the plants is a must to avoid damaging the developing bulb, so if you’re a bit of a brute with the hoe, mulch is a good option for your onions. Thrips are common insects in our area, rasping off the surface of the onion leaf, leaving a tell-tale trail of silver. They hide out on weeds, so weed suppression is key to control. You can tell if your onion is mature by its floppy tops, which start laying over in midAugust. Hold off on watering at this point and when most of the tops have fallen, gently lift the onions from the ground. Let them rest on top of the ground for up to two days, trying to keep them oriented the same way they grew in the ground to prevent sunburn. After two or three days, take the onions into a warm, dry location to cure for several weeks until the necks are completely dry. Trim the tops, then store the bulbs in a mesh bag out of sunlight in a cool location. Carol O’Meara is a horticulture entomologist with the Colorado State University Extension office at the Boulder County Fairgrounds in Longmont. Contact her at 303-678-6238 or e-mail For more gardening tips, check out her blog at garden


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This rooftop garden designed by Brian Patrick Flynn is covered in NewGrass. (AP/Sarah Dorio)

Indoor glamour comes to the great outdoors By Melissa Rayworth The Associated Press

Outdoor living has always been a priority in the sunniest parts of the country. Interior designers Brian Patrick Flynn and Mallory Mathison often focus on the exterior when working with homeowners in the South. But even in the North, outdoor dining and entertaining have become a priority, says designer Janine Carendi, who primarily works with clients in New York City. “Not only isn’t it the last thing people want to think about,” she says, “but in New York, where outdoor space is so rare, it’s often the first thing they start with.” Flynn says many homeowners have come to think of their outdoor space as an additional living room and dining room, decorating the space as though it’s inside. At large homes, outdoor space has become the focal point, much the way kitchens and baths have garnered extra attention in recent years. And at smaller homes, outdoor areas are a great tool for maximizing living space. Retailers have taken notice. The range of outdoor products – furniture, rugs, draperies – that look as though they belong indoors has increased considerably. “If you look hard enough and have the resources,” Mathison says, “you can find anything for outside that looks as good as for inside. It’s

a huge advance from five years ago, and even in the past two years.” Comfy Club Chairs, Low Slung Tables The shape and scale of outdoor furniture is changing, Mathison says. “You see people taking a cue from European lifestyle and doing al fresco dining, with dining tables that are a lower height, and chairs that are a lot more comfortable than standard dining chairs,” she says. “ It’s all about lingering and really enjoying being outside, having long conversations.” Flynn loves the latest offerings from Jason Champion Outdoor, which capture a lounge, relaxed feeling perfectly. Indoor Elements Brought Outside Mathison recently saw an antique armoire that had been outfitted to hold an outdoor barbecue grill. “At a show house recently, you see this armoire, and then they open it up, and it has a grill inside ... with all the utensils and equipment hanging inside,” she says. Televisions, too, have migrated outside: Flynn says moisture-resistant, flat-panel TVs are a popular outdoor accessory, though they are easy targets for theft. Indoor/outdoor fabrics and rugs are also being used to amplify the living-room feeling. They add indoor style to an outdoor space, Carendi says, but also stand up to the elements and are easily cleaned. Patterns have changed. Rather than relying on

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Architectural Accents Old signage, reclaimed columns, old windows found at flea markets: Bits of commercial or retro architecture are becoming a popular way to put a unique stamp on outdoor spaces. These pieces are used on their own as decoration or to construct a pergola to cover and draw focus to the dining or lounging area.

This outside dining area designed by Mallory Mathison features a low dining table and soft, overstuffed chairs with an indoor feel. (AP/Mallory Mathison)

awning stripes and other outdoorsy styles, these products are designed with an indoor look. Mathison likes outdoor rugs from Williams-Sonoma or Ballard Designs. For fabrics, Carendi and Flynn both like Trina Turk’s outdoor designs for Schumacher. Outdoor Kitchens The outdoor kitchen is here to stay, says Flynn, with a growing number of people going beyond an elaborate grill to create a full cooking and serving area. Outdoor refrigerators, outdoor ice makers and separate coolers for beer and wine are becoming more common, he says. Mathison agrees, adding, “You see outdoor cocktail stations ... and things like warming drawers and prep areas for grills.”

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On the Cover Indoor glamour is being added to outdoor rooms to increase living space. See story above. (AP)

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Defining an Open Space Gazebos, pergolas and other garden structures are a great way to define a space and make it feel like an indoor room that happens to be outdoors. Mathison loves the choices at Smith & Hawken, but says even Home Depot has attractive pergolas for a few hundred dollars. These structures limit sun exposure without blocking light entirely, and they’re great for hanging lights or potted plants. For patios that are simply a slab of concrete, Flynn suggests painting the concrete with bold color stripes or other designs. You’re essentially creating an outdoor rug out of paint. For roof gardens, his current favorite product is Newgrass. “No matter where you live, it instantly adds green space in a city, even for a tiny, 6-by-6 (foot) terrace,” he says. Unlike prickly fake turf, he says, this artificial grass looks lush and feels great to walk on.

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Mixed metals in the bathroom The rule for bathroom decorating has always been to coordinate finishes. But sometimes breaking the rules creates something unique and more interesting. That’s certainly the case with bathroom fixture finishes. Today’s homeowner has an array of finishes to choose from when searching for faucets, cabinet hardware and towel bars. But can they be mixed effectively? With planning, mixing finishes is not only possible but great looking too. Coordinated Fixtures To make the finishes work together, it’s helpful to find coordinating elements that will play against them. For instance, in the bathroom pictured, the shiny porcelain bathtub, toilet and sink fixtures play against the matte finish tile and against the satin stainless tile inset into the shower and backsplash of the sink. The sparkle of the polished bath fixtures pops rather than blending in, which is what satin finish plumbing fixtures would have done. The bright chrome finish adds life to the room and makes a dynamic statement. Floor tiles with soft satin steel buttons at each corner

bring the backsplash and shower accent tiles together for a cohesive look that unifies the whole room. The contrast between the satin design elements (which also include the cabinet hardware and light fixture) and the polish of the bathroom plumbing fixtures gives the bathroom a certain balance that keeps it from feeling bland. Had the fixture finishes been satin, the bathroom would have missed some important design zip that gives this bathroom standout appeal. How to Mix Finishes Ordinarily, mixing finishes is difficult to do. But when a secondary element is added – in this case, the backsplash and tile inset – the look goes from good to incredible. And it’s this secondary element that unifies the two different finishes. If you want to mix finishes, look for a lighting fixture or other decorative element that has a mix of colors to help bring the look together. Another way to mix finishes successfully is to keep all the plumbing fixtures in the same finish, such as polished nickel, and then select lighting and cabinet hardware in a satin finish. When done right, mixing two distinct finishes looks up-

Mixing bathroom fixture finishes can have a striking effect. Here satin stainless steel backsplash tiles, cabinet hardware and lighting fixtures complement polished plumbing fixtures. (Courtesy

bowl sink. In this instance, both the sink and the faucet become much more noticeable than if the faucet matched the finish of the rest of the plumbing fixtures. The faucet would look especially good if it were a completely different color finish than the remaining plumbing fixtures. It’s not written in stone that metallic finishes must match – and sometimes it looks better when they don’t. So be daring and experiment.

scale and uniquely fresh. But don’t try to introduce more than two finishes, or the look will become distracting and disjointed. Different Colors Is it possible to mix different colored finishes such as bronze and nickel? It is if you have a third unifying element, such as tiles or wallpaper that reference both colors. Another way to carry this off is to create a visual focal point by selecting a unique finish for a standout fixture, such as a tall lavatory faucet for a vessel

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Inheritance will remain separate from spouse

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Q: I’m married and recently received an inheritance, which I would like to use to buy some real estate as a sole and separate owner. How do I do this to avoid any spousal claims to rights, title and interest in the property? And how do I steer clear of any IRS infractions? I’m afraid that if I don’t somehow separate this purchase from our joint household business, I could create some spousal claim on the property and future IRS tax issues. A: Even if you’re married, the IRS recognizes the ability to keep an inheritance separate from marital assets. You are entitled to use funds that are outside the marital estate (like an inheritance) to buy property that you own on your own. You should start by finding a good estate attorney or real estate attorney who can help you figure out what you want to do and what will be the best vehicle for ownership of the property. You may want to purchase this property in a trust, which the estate attorney could draft

for you, and then the real estate attorney can help you close on the purchase. If you don’t know how to find a good attorney, contact your local bar association and ask for the chair of the estate and real estate committees. Those attorneys will be well connected locally and will be able to point you to attorneys who can help with your specific issues. You should also remember that once you have purchased this property and claim it to be separate from your household, you shouldn’t use any marital assets to pay for expenses relating to that property. Q: My ex-spouse and I live in the same town. He wants to leave his house (which I lived in with him when we were married) to me when he dies. He is thinking about using a quitclaim deed form. Is there a form he can complete before he dies, or is there another way that the transfer should occur? And do we have to go through a lawyer, or can he do it on his own? A: Your ex-spouse sounds like a

generous fellow. He should set up a revocable trust (you can pay for it if he can’t) so that the house automatically becomes yours upon his death. Assuming that Congress gets around to fixing the estate tax at some point in time and reinstates the stepped-up basis, you will be able to inherit the property at the then current market value upon his death. Right now, whether he gives you the property or you inherit it, you’ll get it at his cost basis. If he is going to die soon, then a quitclaim deed will work just fine. But the idea of using a quitclaim deed now – when he is still living – doesn’t make too much sense. A quitclaim deed is generally used to transfer the interest in property from one person to another at the present time. In some states, you can use a transfer-on-death document or deed that would transfer title of the home from your ex-husband to you upon his death. You could consider that option if it’s available to you in your state. Otherwise, transferring title of the home into a trust would be another solution for you.

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LONGMONT $304,900

1918 Logan 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths

LONGMONT $199,900

5240 Bella Vista 6 Bedrooms, 3 Baths

LONGMONT $450,000

Connie Bruce


Connie Bruce


Kirsten Davis


Sat. 3pm - 5pm

Sat. 11am-2pm

1918 Logan 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths


Sat. 12pm - 2pm

Sat. 1pm - 3pm

325 Andrew Dr. 3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths

LONGMONT $299,000

Dear Helaine and Joe: I’ve enclosed photos of an old ironstone ABC bowl. The mark on the bottom indicates that it was probably made in East Liverpool, Ohio. (I estimate 1850s to 1880s.) Can you tell me the maker, age, value, etc.? – J.E.

637 Elliott 4 Bedrooms, 2 Baths Janie Henry

LONGMONT $189,999 720-937-2676

Sun. 12pm - 2pm

Sun. 12pm - 3pm

923 Champion Cr. 4 Bedrooms, 3 Baths

LONGMONT $350,000

1324 Shelby Dr. 5 Bedrooms, 4 Baths

Ann Napier


Jeff Jorissen

BERTHOUD $799,000 720-352-2833

Dear J.E.: ABC (or alphabet) plates and mugs have been around for a long time. They were most popular between the 1820s and 1860s, but they actually originated in late-18thcentury England and continue to be made to this day. Our ancestors wanted everything a child encountered to be an educational experience, either religious or secular. ABC plates and mugs were designed not only to hold food but also to teach the little tykes their alphabet while they ate – and played with – their food. Many times, these ABC items also had moralistic sayings designed to deliver the double whammy of teaching reading skills and instilling values at the same time. Other ABC objects skipped the platitudes and offered entertaining images of games (baseball, cricket or marbles), animals (dogs, cats, donkeys, chicks, stags, lions or elephants), nursery rhymes, foreign scenes, flowers, Civil War images and pictures from books such as “Robinson Crusoe.”

Still another series had a large letter in the center of the plate such as a big “B” and the phrase “B is for ball” (and so forth). ABC pieces can be found made from pottery (creamware, pearlware and ironstone), glass and tin with the pottery items being the most desirable as a general rule. A large number of pottery makers located in Staffordshire, England, made these alphabet pieces, but late in the 19th century, American versions became available, as well. It is difficult to read the mark on the piece in today’s question, but after a few false starts, we determined that the D.E. McNicol Pottery Co. in East Liverpool, Ohio, and Clarksburg, W.Va., manufactured the piece. This would be a charming piece except that it is seriously damaged beyond all repair. Grease has seeped under the glaze over the years and caused an ugly brown discoloration; the transfer-printed decoration is so worn it cannot be clearly seen; and most seriously, the bowl itself has been cracked in numerous places (probably when it was placed directly on a stove to reheat the food). In this deplorable condition, this baby’s dish has only sentimental value; there is no monetary value whatsoever. Helaine Fendelman and Joe Rosson are the authors of “Price It Yourself” (HarperResource, $19.95). Contact them at Treasures in Your Attic, P.O. Box 27540, Knoxville, TN 37927. Email them at

March 27, 2010

Tax credits may help guide remodeling projects Article Resource Association

As warm weather approaches and the tax credit for energy efficient replacement windows is in full swing, now is the perfect time to consider upgrading your home with new windows to help save on cooling costs in those hot summer months, and to also Homeowners can receive a tax credit worth up to $1,500 for save on heating costs when replacing their old windows with new, energy efficient windows winter rolls around again. by the end of the year. (ARA) The tax credit for energy efficient replacement winthe tax credit. Replacement windows must dows and doors, originally introduced in have a glass package with a U-Factor rat2009 as part of the American Recovery and ing (the rate at which heat is prevented Reinvestment Act, is set to expire at the from escaping) of 0.30 or lower. Qualifyend of 2010, which makes this year the ing windows must also possess a Solar best time for homeowners to replace their Heat Gain Coefficient rating of 0.30 or windows and upgrade the look and feel of lower. The lower the window’s SHGC, the their home. less solar heat it transmits. “New windows not only make the home look more beautiful, they can help save en- What are the benefits of remodeling my ergy and money for the homeowners,� says home with energy efficient windows? Chris Pickering, vice president, marketing, Energy efficient windows that meet the Ply Gem windows. tax qualifications offer more savings than a Ply Gem, a leader in the building prodone-time federal tax credit. The Alliance to ucts industry, offers some tips and guideSave Energy says that sealing and insulatlines to help homeowners make the most ing your house, including utilizing energy of the energy efficient replacement winefficient windows, is a great first step to dow tax credit. take when improving your home’s energy efficiency. Proper sealing and insulation How much money can I get back with the can reduce your heating and cooling bill windows tax credit? by approximately 20 percent. An energy Homeowners can receive a tax credit audit may be available through your local worth 30 percent of the purchase price of utility or state energy office to help gauge qualifying energy efficient windows, up to the amount of energy that you are currenta maximum of $1,500 if purchased and inly using and determine what products stalled by Dec. 31, 2010. would decrease your energy use. To redeem the credit, be sure to save Environmental and economic benefits your invoice that shows a breakout of winare not the only upsides to remodeling a dow and installation costs. home – new windows in classic or contemHow do I qualify for the tax credit? porary designs can also enhance the aesthetic quality of the home and make a The federal government established strict standards for windows to qualify for more comfortable living space.

Simplify your



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Schlager addresses global real estate at relocation conference Cindy Schlager, Relocation Director with Wright Kingdom Real Estate in Boulder, was a speaker at the 2010 Leading Real Estate Companies of the World conference in March, at the Encore at Wynn hotel in Las Vegas. The annual event attracted 850 top real estate brokers, managers, relocation professionals, sponSchlager sors and guests from the United States and eight countries worldwide. The conference featured an impressive line-up of nearly 150 industry and LeadingRE member speakers, who addressed a range of topics impacting the real estate industry. For more information on Wright Kingdom, visit or call 303-541-1928.

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Twinny Peach snapdragon wins bedding award Special to the Times-Call

Who took the snap out of Snapdragon? Twinny Peach the AAS Winner, is a snapdragon without the snap. Why? Because it is a double or butterfly flower form that does not have the jaws or joints to snap. The double flower form is the origin for the name Twinny or twins. Another unique

quality is the blend of peach tone colors. The soft shades of peach, yellow and light orange are distinct, and no other snapdragon offers this range of colors. Match Twinny Peach with blue tones of Salvia farinacea or purple foliage plants and your garden will be a knockout.

In a full sun garden, Twinny Peach will produce abundant flower spikes, plenty to cut and place in vases for fresh indoor bouquets. Plants will continue to flower all season with little garden care. Like all snapdragons, Twinny Peach is easy to grow and it exhibited heat tolerance in the AAS Trials.

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Victoria Inn 2400 17th Ave. • 303-772-4667



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Move-In Specials, senior and other discounts. Fireplace, pool & spa, 24-hour fitness, garages. Close to shopping.

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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



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Tanglewood Adult Rental Condominiums 100 21st Ave., Longmont, CO 80501 303-774-0300



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Convenient location, pet friendly, garages available, 24-hour maintenance In historic Longmont, large trees, quiet neighborhood on-site parking & storage. Close to RTD. Heat included.


Island kitchens, garden tubs, gas fireplaces, double balconies, two tone paint, gated community. Close to schools & newest community in Longmont.

All utilities & cable paid, sec. bldg., elevator, W/D in every unit, transpor(in every tation, social events. HUGE amenities unit) package, quiet 55+ community. Call for incentives!


Reach over 44,000 readers each week with your ad in the Times-Call Apartment/Condo Directory. Call Lisa or Sue in Classifieds today at 303-776-7440

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Monday-Friday - 8am to 5pm 350 Terry Street Longmont, CO 80501 Apartments, Condos & Townhouses, Duplexes, Houses, Commercial, Retail etc...

Local & Out of Town Real Estate, Farms, Ranches, Acreages etc...

We accept cash, checks &

Duplexes Apartments/ Apartments/ Apartments/ Apartments/ Apartments/ Condos/ Unfurnished 4030 Unfurnished 4030 Unfurnished 4030 Unfurnished 4030 Unfurnished 4030 Townhouses 4050

Apartments/ Furnished 4010 1 & 2 BDRM DELUXE CORPORATE CONDOS, fully furnished. 303-588-0726 1 BDRM Main St Apt, DW, coin-op lndry $600 inc wtr/ heat. 720-989-8384

● 1 BDRM- short term. Incl utils, TV, DSL, dishes. No Smk/Pets. (303)570-0402

1st FLOOR 1 bdrm apt Quiet area, lndry nr 23rd & 1 & 2 BDRM Apt Homes Main. Sorry no pets, $550 Top Realty, (303)931-6423 Fox Ridge Apts Premier Gated Community. Pets OK! For Info & Specials 2 BDRM, 1.5 ba, $600/mo. BERTHOUD 1075 3rd St. Call (303)774-9944 A&G Property, 303-419-8552 ●1332 SUMNERGarden level, 2 bdrm, 1 bath, W/D hkups, close to schools & shopping, $675. RMG RE, (303)772-4466

Apartments/ Unfurnished 4030

2 BDRM, 1 BA, quiet, gar, coin-op W/D, A/C, D/W $700/mo (303)921-5678


1 BDRM, Coin-op lndry, off st pkng, pets ok $525. 303-431-0027 or 303-941-2158.

DACONO- Large 2 bdrm. $700/mo, incl sewer/wtr & trash. Lndry facilities avail. N/P. (970)420-1363


Starting at $550, some with Move-in Specials! Call PMP, 303-776-RENT

1 BDRM ON ● 619 Terry COFFMAN $525. On-site laundry, 2nd floor, 1 bdrm, heat, wtr trash incl. $550 A/C, off-st pkng. N/S. RMG RE, (303)772-4466 Avail now. (303)651-2881

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630 Peck DriveLongmont West on Nelson/Airport Rd ♣1 Bedroom, 1 Bath Starting @ $626 ♣2 Bedroom, 2 Bath AS LOW AS $750 ♣3 Bedroom, 2 Bath AS LOW AS $799! ♣3 Bedroom Townhouses Starting at $866!

QUAIL VILLAGE 303-485-0065

1 Bedroom- $525! 2 Bedroom- $600! Secure bldg, swimming pool, A/C, on-site laundry. Call PMP, 303-776-RENT

Lanyon Park Apartments 1 br/1 ba $545, 3 br/1.5 ba $695, range, refrig, D/W, laundry fac., near bus & stores. Call on-site mgr Dan 720-494-2955 or Mock 303-497-0668. www. LG 1 bdrm, NE Longmont, new decor, A/C, carport. $575/$575. 303-807-2925

EASTGLEN APTS 630 Lashley, Longmont (303)682-2943 1, 2 & 3 BEDROOMS: MARCH MADNESS! Pool, air, laundry ✭Wtr, trash, sewer pd

2 BDRM, 1.75 bath, fin bsmt, 1300SF, 841 Crisman, $825. Alert RE 303-776-5156 Old Town Efficiency, storage, wood floors, 425 Terry, $490 1 BD´s, coin laundry, Your Choice, $460-$475 2 BD, 1 ba, cn lndry, 2X pkng, 2 Ash Ct #13, $575 2 BD, 1 ba, W/D hkup, 1106 17th Ave, FREE Flat TV, $595 2 BD, W/D hkp, new paint/carpet, wood flr, 1851 Emery #1, #2 $655 Alert Realty 303-776-5156

ROOMS & Apartments Weekly/Monthly, from $100/week. Utililties included. (303)931-7108

ROOMS & Apartments Weekly/Monthly, from $100/week. Utililties included. (303)931-7108 SMALL 1 bdrm trailer,

home in Erie, W/D, No pets. $585. 735 Kattell #108. (303)722-3502, lve a msg.


1 Bd From $565 2 Beds From $610 Great Location Large Units Park Like Setting Ample Parking A/C & Pool


2 BDRM, 1 ba, new carpet, No smk/pets. 225 E 8th Ave. $650/mo + $650/dep. App req´d. 303-678-8663 Newer Townhome! 2 bdrm, 3 bath, 1830sf, AC, gas frpl. No smoke, No pets. $975. 720-320-9684

TOWNHOMES FOR RENT • 1419 Red Mountain • 930 Buttonrock Call PMP, 303-776-RENT.




2 BDRM, 1 bath, garage, 1232 Emery, $700 2 BDRM, 1 ba, gar, near park, 1358 Merl, $795 2 BDRM, 1.5 ba, gar, lg bdrm, 1844 Lincoln, $825 3 BDRM, 2 bath, garage, 328 Columbine, $845 3 BDRM, 1.75 bath, gar, 2000sf, 2224 Emery, $975 Alert Realty 303-776-5156

2BR Duplex. 1-1/2 baths W/D, A/C, garage w/ opener, fenced yard w/ sprinkler sys. Good credit and quiet lifestyle a must. No pets or smoking. 11 Martinez Pl. $725/mo for 1 person. $50/mo each add´l person. Mike @ 303-588-8733

0 App Fee-$100 off 1st 2 mos 3 bdrm, 1.5 ba, unfin bsmt, Lg 3 bdrm, 2 ba, gar, water refrig, A/C, W/D hkup, fcd pd. No dogs. 303-651-3216 yd. NW $950 303-827-1363

NIWOT 1 BDRM Beauty 222 So Main St, Longmont. 8060 Niwot Rd, Refs, $375 303-507-3457 starting at $625. Call PMP, 303-776-RENT. SMALL 2 bdrm, mobile

321 Quail Roadacross from Longmont Rec Center

• Full Size Washer & Dryer Hookups • Close to Bus lines • Pets Welcome

2400 17th Avenue, Longmont, Colorado 80503



**Income Guidelines May Apply**

Newly Remodeled loft *

Horizon Place


• FREE Washer/Dryer & Carport • Wood-burning fireplace • Large balconies/patios • Approved pets accepted • MTM leases available • Within walking distance of shopping, restaurants & RTD • On Line leasing available • One bdr, 1 bath starting at $675! • Two bdr, 2 bath starting at $795!


Rents starting at

Half Month FREE on Select Units Thistle Communities Longmont 1 Bdrm starting at $520 1 Bdrm w/ loft stng at $630 2 Bdrm starting at $645 No credit check. 15 3rd Ave 303-651-9496 Se habla Espanol.

•2 Bedroom, 2 Bath AS LOW AT $752 •3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Starting at $799!


Welcome Home! • Flexible Lease Options • Senior & Preferred Employer Discount • Free W/D in All Apts • Pet Friendly • Garages Available • Close to Shopping & Golf Course

Please call for details.

2 BDRM, 1.5 BA Twnhse, NW location $700 - $725, 303-776-5416

1 BDRM @ $545 New carpet, A/C, coin •2 BDRM ✭ $675 lndry, heat/water paid. FREE Heat 1060 17th Ave, No smoke/pets, 303-775-7517 Habla Espanol 720-327-8918

Starting at $450, some with Move-in Specials! NO lease, dep or credit chk Call PMP, 303-776-RENT Wkly/mnthly • 303-776-2185 • ALSO RV SITES AVAIL!

● 1 BDRM- remod, N/S ● A/C, lndry, off st pkng ● $625-$675, 303-444-0501

Call for Specials ♣ ♣ ♣ ♣ ♣ ♣ 1, 2 & 3 BDRM Apartment Homes The Shores Apartments, Hwy 66 & Airport Rd (303)774-8000

253 BOWEN ST- walk-out bsmt, 2 bdrm/shower only, liv room, din room, W/D hkup. Heat/water pd. No pets. $675/mo/sec. Shelly or Bill (303)776-0684

Commercial/ Industrial 4040

3 BDRM, 2 ba, garage, fenced backyard, new carpet, pets neg. $1150 month/$1200 sec dep. 2441 Scott Ct. Call John at BVRE, (303)591-1608 3 BDRM, 2 BATH, Lg closets, nice! Hdwd flrs, 1 car gar. Old Town $975. Avail 3/29. (303)817-8776

Sunny lrg 2 BDRM, 1 ba, quiet, WD, A/C, balcony, strg! No pets. 2041 Meadow Dr. $725 303-443-4308

Garages/Storage Spaces 4070

Commercial/ Industrial 4040

INDOOR GARAGE & Commercial Storage 20x40, 20x50. I-25 & Hwy-66. 970-535- 6074

WAREHOUSE/SHOP I-25 North, Exit 245, 50’ x 60’, 16’ ceiling, 2 OH doors, 3-phase elect. Rent nego. 303-546-6881

Condos/ Townhouses 4050 ● 2 BDRM, 1.5 ba, newly remodeled, carport, patio. $795. 720-334-0695 2 BDRM, 1.5 BA Townhome Apt- NW Lgmnt, A/C, 2 car gar, Nice, clean, quiet Many Xtra´s! No Pets/Smk $900/mo. (303)618-5010

6,037 sq ft building with two 14’ overhead doors. Nice A/C office/ showroom area. Large paved parking area. Previously automotive use. $8.75/sq ft NNN ----------------------Information on 59 retail spaces can be viewed at

Ken Kanemoto




1 BDRM- off st pkng, heat & wtr pd. No smoke/ No pets. $500, 303-827-9904


0 APP FEE: SPRING SPECIAL! 1 bdrm $550 On-site pkng/laundry. A/C. Water & heat pd. Se Habla Espanol. (303)774-0593



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March 27, 2010

4080 Houses

EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY All real estate advertised in this paper is subject to the federal and state Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or an intention to make any such preference, limitation, or discrimination.” The newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. All persons are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity basis.

4080 Mobile Homes/ Office Space 4100 Spaces 4090 3 BEDROOM PROFESSIONAL Offices

HOUSE BARGAINS! • 1038 Venice • 1309 Hilltop Dr • 2261 Smith Dr • 801 Baker • 10694 Upper Ridge Rd Call TODAY! PMP, 303-776-RENT.

5407 Cannon Mountain Way: 4 BDRM, 4800 sqft, Avail 4-1, $2550, 303-440-8200

Mobile Home Sale/Rent Various parks, owner finance, low down, 2 or 3 bdrm, bad credit ok, rent to own, same price as rent. Let´s Talk! 970-215-1819 SMALL 1 bdrm trailer, 222 So Main St, Longmont. Refs, $375 303-507-3457

Must sell fast!!!

HIGHLY VISIBLY Business/Professional office space. Francis & Mtn View area. 5 rooms. 820 Sq Ft. (303)776-3150

$45,900 Great Mountain Views, swimming pool, playground & Huge clubhouse! ●LOT RENT SPECIALS! *Expires 3/31/10 SUN HOMES AT EAGLE CREST

Mountain Ave., Berthoud Commercial/Retail $500/mo 970-532-2652. OFFICE SPACE, 6 rooms avail, $155-$325, great prkg, utils pd. Lgmt (970)231-7871


OFFICE SPACE For Rent Holistic wellness center. (720)280-9047 13-144554

● 108 E. 5TH AVE2 bdrm, 1 ba, hdwd flrs, fncd yard, off st pkng. $850 RMG RE, (303)772-4466

SUNNY OFFICE STUDIO w/ priv bath, quiet on greenbelt, perfect retreat. Sharon 303-931-8529

2 ROOMS AVAIL in a 3 bdrm, 2 bath home in Longmont. $400-$450/month incl utils. No smokers, pets nego. 303-956-0326

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

Rooms For Rent

2nd floor office space for lease. 1,780 SF high visiblity, SW Longmont Flexible floor plan Ed & Keith Kanemoto


3 BDRM, 2 BA, clean, exc area, fncd, 2 car, sprk sys. $1125, N/S. 303-709-9380

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

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Hot Tub! 3 BDRM, 2 bath, big gar, lg fam & liv rm, nr hospital, 1409 SherriMar, $1350. Alert RE 303-776-5156

Rural Property

Wanted To Rent

BERTHOUD Warehouse with small office, 3000 SF @ 604 2nd St. $200,000 sell lease. (970)493-7775

4130 Longmont

773 SQ FT- busy shopping center, 1144 Francis St, $825. Alert RE (303)776-5156



BOX ELDER CREEK1 acre lots, views. $53K OWC. (303)435-4264 RINN VALLEY RANCH 1/2 acre bldg sites with views! Builder ready, from $55K. (303)435-4264

Mobile/ 5130 Manufactured Homes/Spaces

Buying or Selling

6345 UTE HWY Terrific ranch home on 3/4 acre. Fabulous views of the Front Range and McCall Lake. A true diamond in the rough with plenty of room to spread out in. $270,000 Spread out in this 3 BR, 2 BA ranch home. Kitchen and baths have been remodeled with new tile and fixtures. Spacious family room addition is equipped with a wood stove for those cold winter evenings! Oversized, detached 2 car garage. $145,000

Three spaces available, close to Twin Peaks Mall, Home Depot, Pennys and more. 1,141 SF to 2,840 SF

LONGMONT REALTY 303-772-7576 3 03 772 75 576



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HELP needed immed. 1 or 2 bdrm w/ yard for big dog. 303-702-0858 or 303-702-0198

Ed & Keith Kanemoto

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classified ads get results very, very fast!


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2 ACRE LOTS WEST OF BERTHOUD. Great Views! $149,900. Fred @ Four Seasons Re, (720)494-2133.


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0% FINANCING! 4 BDRM, corner lot, fin bsmt & more: www. • Adult Park 3 bdrm $13,900 • Family Park 3 bdrm, $11,900 • $53,500 Assume loan, 28x44. (303)946-0865 565 HILLTOP, Longmont Open House Sun 1-3. 4B/2B. FINALLY a HOUSING $199,900. (303)513-8518 alternative that is truly affordable! Brand new 3 bdrm mfg home w/all including central air. ✭Owner Will appl´s Own it outright in 8 years w/only $2,000 down & Carry✭ ONLY $725/per month. Ask To qualified buyer about our completely 3 bdrm, 2 ba, trifurnished options. level in better than Call (303)772-3240 NOW! new condition. Call for details. $219,000 FOR SALE- Beautiful cozy 2-bdrm Mobile Home. $20,000/OBO. Low lot rent includes water. Must see! (303)772-9133

Retail Space 4135

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Spectacular Landscaping! 2413 Pennock Way, $259,900 4 bdrm, 3 ba, 2 car, frpl, A/C, sprk sys, wood floor. Barnard Agency Realtors Sue Bridgeman 303-776-9438 Scott Sloane 303-349-5999

Sell Your House Fast! Quick Sale - Fair Price 720-962-4688

1 of a kind. Irrigated & Elevated Farm w/ Abundant Spring & Water Rights, stream, ponds, Spec Views of Pikes Peak & Longs, 1973 3 BDRM, 1 ba, 14´x70´ homestead house & barn on W/attac room, needs some 2 ACRE LOT, Berthoud quiet 38 acres near Hywork. U-haul. $3800. area, $30K price reduction, giene. $1.8 mil. 303-885-3469 Call (303)775-8717 $139,000. Call Steve Conder for details, 303-514-3706.

FEMALE- share TH $450 month to month rent 1/3 utils/dep. Refs. N/S/P. 303-579-9023

FORT LUPTON 3 BDRM, 2 BA on 1 acre, 1600sf RV gar, $1295 Call 303-857-8777 3 BDRM, 1 bath, large yard, 739 Atwood, $875 3 BDRM, 1.75 ba, gar, wd flrs, 920 Gay, $950 3 BDRM, 1 bath, gar, wd flrs, 303 Sherman, $975 Alert Realty 303-776-5156

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ALL YOU NEED! Furn bdrm, W/D, utils pd. Male 40+ N/S. $475. 303-833-0841

Retail Space 4135


✭ 2 BDRM, 1 BA, fncd yd, $875/mo pets nego, EXECUTIVE HOME $1350 435 Emery St , 303-931-6098. & dep. 5 bdrm, 4 ba, full use of pools & tennis courts. 3 BDRM, 1.5 BA, 2 car gar, Pets nego, no smk. fncd yd. Must see to (970)984-2929, (303)915-1266 apprciate, 1900 Juniper. 1 or (303)915-4331. Avail 4/1 yr lease. $1040/mo + dep. (303)319-5794 / (303)833-4342

✓ No Bank Qualifying 4 Bdrm, 2 Bath. $187K 1524 Green Pl, Longmont 303-725-8388 or 303-459-2711

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Real Estate Transactions are supplied by Prospects Unlimited Inc.,

Longmont • Jacob Haynes from Tara Dimarco, 859 Snowberry St, Longmont, $218,000, home • Pedro Rivasmartinez from Fannie Mae, 8 Valentine Ln, Longmont, $110,000, home • Christopher & Wendy McFarland from Todd Penson, 1224 Twin Peaks Cir, Longmont, $385,500, home • Rebecca Brown from Robert Brown, 470 Verdant Cir, Longmont, $170,000, home • Stevan Trust from Barbara Evans, 7182 Gold Nugget Dr, Longmont, $715,000, home • Derek & Danielle Hinz from Fannie Mae, 2119 Hackberry Cir, Longmont, $125,000, home • Wendy Rose from Harry Fryar, 1665 Albion Ln, Longmont, $211,000, home • Catherine Jordan from Laura Muggleton, 2025 9th Ave, Longmont, $299,000, home • Dennis Balchunas from Poudre Investment Holdings LLC, 2103 Lincoln St, Longmont, $165,000, home • Jason Austin from Felix Roge, 235 Cattail Ct, Longmont, $230,000, home • Barry Schwartz from Carole Canalemayet, 7215 Cardinal Ln, Longmont, $465,000, home • Jillian Peck from Jason Loftus, 640 Gooseberry Dr Unit 808, Longmont, $167,500, condo • Antonio Zagala from Patricia Wallace, 3521 Larkspur Dr, Longmont, $230,100, home

Berthoud • John Fallon from Clifford Johnson, 217 E Colorado Ave, Berthoud, $169,000, home

Erie • Peter & Jill Wood from Cathryn Clark, 1617 Daily Dr, Erie, $240,000, home • Roger Torres from Federal Home Loan Mortgage, 328 Sanders Cir, Erie, $205,000, home • Thomas & Marilyn O’Donnell from Brenda Naberyates, 388 Meadow View Pkwy, Erie, $608,500, home • Frederick & Keri Mahe from Timothy Baker, 463 Woodson Dr, Erie, $279,500, home • Richard & Jenn Stolte from Michal Burroughs, 880 Jacques Way, Erie, $363,000, home • Stuart & Iman Woods from Edward Freymiller, 123 Kolar Ct, Erie, $322,000, home • Michael & Alisa Snelson from Thomas Locke, 1513 Lawson Ave,

March 27, 2010

Erie, $421,000, home • Daniel Belleau from Leslie Taylor, 3888 Beasley Dr, Erie, $272,500, home Firestone • Chastity Lapp from Lisa Vallejos, 11436 Deerfield Dr, Firestone, $187,500, home • Shane & Jennifer Connors from Firstbank, 234 Florence Ave, Firestone, $150,000, home • William Ford from Bradley Woodiel, 6730 Thistle Ridge Ave, Firestone, $231,000, home Fort Lupton • Waf LLC from Long Beach Mtg Loan Trust 2004, 320 Lambert Ct, Fort Lupton, $105,000, home • Sondra & Keith Stinson from Charles McConnell, 1003 Trapper Dr, Fort Lupton, $126,000, home Lyons • Steven & Karen Ekblad from Debbie King, 137 Stone Canyon Dr, Lyons, $460,000, home Foreclosures – notice of election and demand • Borrower: Frontier Homes LLC, Lender: First National Bank NA, Amount: $477,617, Property: 4803 Malibu Dr, Berthoud, Filed: 03/11/10 • Borrower: Frontier Homes LLC, Lender: First National Bank NA, Amount: $484,010, Property: 4957 Malibu Dr, Berthoud, Filed: 03/11/10 • Borrower: Boyd Williford, Lender: M&T Bank, Amount: $296,839, Property: 121 Gunn Ave, Berthoud, Filed: 03/16/10 • Borrower: Eduardo Rascon & Manuel Olivares, Lender: Citimortgage Inc, Amount: $171,867, Property: 340 Cherry Ave, Dacono, Filed: 03/15/10 • Borrower: Marie Gabriella, Lender: PNC Mortgage A Division Of PNC Bank, Amount: $359,991, Property: 4415 NE County Line Rd, Erie, Filed: 03/17/10 • Borrower: Mary McGrath, Lender: Citimortgage Inc, Amount: $141,025, Property: 3000 Blue Sky Cir 11-105, Erie, Filed: 03/12/10 • Borrower: Thomas & Choua Yang And Foua Moua, Lender: Chase Home Finance LLC, Amount: $400,814, Property: 1811 Crestview Ln, Erie, Filed: 03/15/10 • Borrower: Troy & Pamela Oden, Lender: JPMorgan Chase Bank National Association, Amount: $254,331, Property: 2431 Ivy Way, Erie, Filed: 03/15/10 • Borrower: Celynn Schultz,

Lender: Bank Of America National Association, Amount: $254,400, Property: 2339 Norfolk St, Erie, Filed: 03/15/10 • Borrower: Candelario & Becky Martinez, Lender: Everhome Mortgage Company, Amount: $304,129, Property: 2631 175th Ave, Erie, Filed: 03/16/10 • Borrower: Andrew & Joyce Conklin, Lender: BAC Home Loans Servicing LP FKA Coun, Amount: $300,699, Property: 860 Quintana Ln, Erie, Filed: 03/11/10 • Borrower: Tracy Garrett, Lender: Chase Home Finance LLC, Amount: $157,228, Property: 392 Montgomery Dr, Erie, Filed: 03/11/10 • Borrower: Daniel & Marie Arneson, Lender: Bank Of America NA, Amount: $260,134, Property: 5893 Booth Dr, Firestone, Filed: 03/16/10 • Borrower: David Meyers, Lender: The Bank Of New York Mellon FKA, Amount: $246,000, Property: 5328 Bowersox Pkwy, Firestone, Filed: 03/16/10 • Borrower: Stacy Ellis, Lender: Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, Amount: $227,221, Property: 4853 Sandy Ridge Ave, Firestone, Filed: 03/17/10 • Borrower: Juan Rivera, Lender: Suntrust Mortgage Inc, Amount: $257,640, Property: 15687 Coleman Ave, Fort Lupton, Filed: 03/11/10 • Borrower: David Collier & Millie Christopher, Lender: Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, Amount: $136,487, Property: 1000 Stage Dr, Fort Lupton, Filed: 03/15/10 • Borrower: Kirk & Toni Dennis, Lender: Wells Fargo Bank NA, Amount: $118,323, Property: 1880 County Road 19, Fort Lupton, Filed: 03/15/10 • Borrower: Andres Diaz Tiscareno & Juan Diaz He, Lender: Wells Fargo Bank NA, Amount: $176,972, Property: 1822 Oak St, Fort Lupton, Filed: 03/15/10 • Borrower: Lawrence & Ann Koslovskyk, Lender: Citimortgage Inc, Amount: $151,701, Property: 1606 Mount Evans Dr, Longmont, Filed: 03/11/10 • Borrower: Jose Soria & Alberto Valenzuela, Lender: JPMorgan Chase Bank National Association, Amount: $149,966, Property: 603 E 4th Ave, Longmont, Filed: 03/11/10 • Borrower: Ronald & Kimberly Diener, Lender: Aurora Loan Services LLC, Amount: $191,079, Property: 1645 Deerwood Dr,

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Longmont, Filed: 03/11/10 • Borrower: Jim & Mary Richardson, Lender: JPMorgan Chase Bank National Associa, Amount: $1,453,562, Property: 8274 Cattail Dr, Longmont, Filed: 03/11/10 • Borrower: Jonathan Bennstrom, Lender: Wells Fargo Bank NA, Amount: $77,500, Property: 2003 Terry St 105, Longmont, Filed: 03/15/10 • Borrower: William & Patricia Bolton, Lender: Wells Fargo Bank NA, Amount: $335,512, Property: 1324 Ruby Way, Longmont, Filed: 03/15/10 • Borrower: Thomas & Kara Hansen, Lender: GMAC Mortgage LLC, Amount: $241,130, Property: 1439 Sherri Mar St, Longmont, Filed: 03/15/10 • Borrower: Robert & Sandra Johnson, Lender: BAC Home Loans Servicing LP FKA Coun, Amount: $207,089, Property: 1806 24th Ave, Longmont, Filed: 03/16/10 • Borrower: Tomas & Rosa Alaniz, Lender: US Bank National Association As Trust, Amount: $165,641, Property: 1600 Emery St, Longmont, Filed: 03/16/10 • Borrower: Deborah Soto & Shanti Hobbs, Lender: Chase Home Finance LLC, Amount: $152,274, Property: 1065 Townley Cir, Longmont, Filed: 03/16/10 • Borrower: Diane Moore, Lender: Citimortgage Inc, Amount: $176,155, Property: 1105 Vivian St, Longmont, Filed: 03/16/10 • Borrower: Margaret Kremer, Lender: The Bank Of New York Mellon FKA, Amount: $186,631, Property: 1218 Judson St, Longmont, Filed: 03/16/10 • Borrower: Refugio & Martina Nunez, Lender: Citimortgage Inc, Amount: $212,000, Property: 2232 Judson St, Longmont, Filed: 03/17/10 • Borrower: Gloria Tinkley, Lender: Chase Home Finance LLC, Amount: $41,934, Property: 113 E 15th Ave, Longmont, Filed: 03/17/10 • Borrower: David & Desirae Person, Lender: Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, Amount: $146,415, Property: 22 Telluride Pl, Longmont, Filed: 03/17/10 • Borrower: Emma Lundstrom, Lender: BAC Home Loans Servicing LP, Amount: $127,807, Property: 805 Summer Hawk Dr V127, Longmont, Filed: 03/17/10 • Borrower: Crystal Brakhage, Lender: The Bank Of New York


Mellon FKA The, Amount: $179,054, Property: 949 Lilac St, Longmont, Filed: 03/17/10 • Borrower: Alicia Smoot, Lender: BAC Home Loans Servicing LP, Amount: $123,716, Property: 804 Summer Hawk Dr 2104, Longmont, Filed: 03/17/10 • Borrower: Forrest & Carolyn Fleming, Lender: Wells Fargo Bank NA, Amount: $247,591, Property: 2208 Meadow Vale Rd, Longmont, Filed: 03/11/10 • Borrower: Ramon & Carmen Vasquez, Lender: Wells Fargo Bank NA, Amount: $149,150, Property: 121 Park St, Lyons, Filed: 03/11/10 • Borrower: Rodney Ogata, Lender: Chase Home Finance LLC, Amount: $147,499, Property: 74 Aspen Dr, Lyons, Filed: 03/12/10 • Borrower: Joshua Valentine, Lender: BAC Home Loans Servicing LP, Amount: $140,075, Property: 440 Stevens Cir, Platteville, Filed: 03/17/10 • Borrower: Steven & Debra Montgomery, Lender: Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, Amount: $198,997, Property: 7077 La Rosa Ct, Longmont, Filed: 03/09/10 • Borrower: Steven & Martha Sparks, Lender: Deutsche Bank National Trust As Trustee, Amount: $776,704, Property: 221 Rockledge Cir, Lyons, Filed: 03/05/10 • Borrower: Jonathan Wolfe, Lender: GMAC Mortgage LLC, Amount: $244,535, Property: 89 Balsam Dr, Lyons, Filed: 03/05/10 • Borrower: Julie Marino, Lender: Amtrust Bank, Amount: $97,106, Property: 323 Southridge Pl, Longmont, Filed: 03/02/10 • Borrower: Peter Swift, Lender: US Bank National Association, Amount: $177,843, Property: 1699 Geneva Cir, Longmont, Filed: 03/03/10 • Borrower: Elizabeth Burns, Lender: Colorado Housing And Finance, Amount: $147,149, Property: 1019 Sonoma Cir 4c, Longmont, Filed: 03/03/10 • Borrower: Maitland Kunik, Lender: Aurora Loan Services LLC, Amount: $570,000, Property: 6835 Peppertree Dr, Longmont, Filed: 03/03/10 • Borrower: Jose Rodriguez & Sandra Chavez, Lender: Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, Amount: $154,298, Property: 803 S Gay St, Longmont, Filed: 03/03/10


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March 27, 2010


Open Sun 1-3

2208 Steele


Open Sat-Sun 1-3

810 Village Dr.







Immaculate 4 bed/3bath ranch w/low maintenance yard. Perfect condition.

Unbelievable Upgrades! 3156 Sq Ft, Office, Loft Easy commute to Longmont and Ft. Collins,

Model home w/eat-in kitchen with park views. Open floor plan, master bd w/walk-in closet & mtn views.

Jannelle Johnson/Colorado Front Range Realtors, LLC • (303)507-9115

Windmills LLC • (970)587-6966

Jeanie Parsons • RE/MAX Traditions • 303-775-9612


Open Sun 1-3 8697 Portico Lane

Open Sun 12-3

2702 Pearl Howlett Rd 13-142613


2525 15th Ave. Longmont

Executive property with easy commute New Price! Short Sale. Luxury and View 4 bed, office, dazzling finishes,


Clare Gleason/Remax Alliance • (303)931-8111

Open Sat 10-12



Open 1 level floorplan w/3 bd, 2 ba & 2200 fin sf. South exposure & vault ceilings! Beautiful gardens & countrylike atmosphere


Jeanie Parsons • RE/MAX Traditions • 303-775-9612



Close to shopping, schools. 3 bedrooms, 3 bath, 2 car garage. Shop and office in basement.

Bill Sharp/Colorado 1st Realty • (303) 931-6098






Longmont 951 17th Ave. #59


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Longmont 1918 Logan


Coldwell Banker/Bruce



Longmont 849 S. Bross St.


Coldwell Banker/Anderson 303-772-7478


Berthoud 1406 Glacier Ave.





Longmont 637 Elliott


Coldwell Banker/Henry



Longmont 2208 Steele


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Longmont 807 Alpine


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810 Village Dr.


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Longmont 1918 Logan


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Longmont 923 Champion Cr.


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Longmont 2525 15th Ave.


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Longmont 959 Champion Cir.


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Berthoud 1406 Glacier Ave.





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Coldwell Banker/Davis


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