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The cloud over foreclosures comes with a silver lining for homeowners looking for an edge when they sell real estate in a strong buyer’s market. The good news for sellers is that foreclosures look risky again. Savvy sellers – at least, those who have equity and are current on their house payments – might be able to turn the tables and use the robosigning follies to their advantage. “I am not seeing buyers afraid (yet) to buy a foreclosure,” says Elizabeth Weintraub, a real estate broker in Sacramento, Calif. “They should be.” The robosigning controversy – bank workers signing off on hundreds of foreclosure papers a day without verifying what they are signing – has led to a slowdown in foreclosures. The lull is likely to be temporary and sellers’ advantage from a drop in foreclosures potentially fleeting, with many markets still flooded with distressed properties, according to Katie Curnutte, a spokeswoman for There might even be a boomerang effect later in the year after banks get back up to full speed again with auctions, she says. For home sellers, here are some tips on how to seize the initiative during a rare lull in the foreclosure crisis. If you absolutely, positively don’t have to sell in this market, then don’t. If you must, whether now or five months from now, take the plunge now. The slowdown in foreclosure activity could mean somewhat less competition. But even more critical, there is the boomerang effect to take into account. The number of foreclosures is expected to skyrocket as we head deeper into 2011. Foreclosure sales were once rare. In some markets now, they make up 20 percent to more than half of all sales. If you are a long-term homeowner who has kept, 303-684-5275

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up on your mortgage payments, you need to get that message out. This is your key advantage over a much lower-priced foreclosure, especially in light of the robosigning mess. The buyer knows who he or she is buying the home from – no title issues here. There are ways to tactfully get across this key point in your ads, with phrases like “long-term ownership” and “been in the family for decades,” Weintraub says. You can bet savvy buyers these days are going to come in with a stack of comps, many of them rock-bottom foreclosures. Provide your own market analysis, one that can help highlight the challenges facing foreclosed properties. The first report should be comparable homes sold in the last few months, with foreclosures broken out separately if mentioned at all, says Jim Kimmons, broker owner of Gallery Realty of Taos, N.M. The second should detail homes currently on the market. That will help you frame the decision on favorable terms: Buyers should consider homes like yours instead of foreclosures. The aim is to sell your home and maybe come away with a small gain. Forget about making a killing. Few homeowners who are current on their mortgage can match a foreclosure price. Buyers are still looking for low prices. Take a look at what other non-distressed properties are selling for in your neighborhood and then price below them. And drive home the point that the price is the price – with foreclosures the bank can take a better offer right up to the day of the closing, Weintraub says. Many buyers haven’t a clue about what it takes to buy a foreclosed home. In many cases, individual buyers don’t stand a chance as they end up competing with investors ready to pay cash, Kimmons says.

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Slim is “in� ... and not just for people watching their weight. Flat screen TVs and the wall mounts that turn the TVs into decorator showpieces seem to grow sleeker and slimmer every year. And when it comes to viewing technology, thinner not only looks better, it has practical advantages, too. Yes, ultra-slim flat screens may cost you a few more dollars initially, but in the long run will probably provide you with enough user satisfaction to justify the extra expense. And don’t forget that prices for standard flat screens dropped precipitously in just a few years after the products entered the marketplace, so it’s likely prices for slim models will follow suit. Here are a few reasons why you should go trim and slim when buying a flat screen and wall mount.

wall-mounted. New super-slim full-motion wall mounts, such as Sanus’ VisionMount VLF311 Super Slim, provide all the advantages and conveniences of wall-mounting a flat screen, but without adding a lot of bulk to the TV’s profile. The mounts offer a full range of motion courtesy of fingertip-tilt technology, but place flat screens 36 to 65 inches in size just 1.25 inches from the wall.

Aesthetic Appeal If you bought a flat screen TV in 2006, it may still work well but it probably takes up quite a bit of space on your TV stand or – if you wall-mounted it – sticks out into the room considerably. Older flat screens tended to be several inches thick and could appear bulky, even when mounted high on the wall. Today’s slimmer styles may be just 1 or 2 inches thick, and ultra-slim models can be less than an inch thick. Less bulk means the TV looks better, whether it’s stand- or

Safety Factor The weight of flat screens can be deceptive. Even older models look so sleek that it’s easy to underestimate their weight. But all TVs tend to be heavy, and, if not properly secured to the wall or a TV stand, can tip over, posing an injury risk to people and pets in the household. Less bulk means slim flat screens are a bit lighter than their thicker counterparts. Remember, however, that it’s imperative to properly secure all TVs, including slim flat screens, in order to ensure they’re safe and enjoyable for every-

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Efficiency Manufacturers have been improving the efficiency of flat screens since the TVs emerged on the home market. Virtually any flat screen – whether plasma or LCD – that you purchase in 2011 is sure to be more energy-efficient and produce a better picture quality than an older version. Some of the ultra-thin models boast super efficiency, requiring no more electricity to operate than a light bulb. Motorized TV wall mounts also offer energy efficiency and quiet operation. As flat screen technology continues to advance, it’s certain that TVs will become even slimmer and more energy efficient. And with super-slim wall mounts available, that technological showpiece of your home decor can still maintain a low profile when it comes to how much space it takes up in your living room.


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The majority of America’s potential homebuyers and sellers, 68 percent, believe that the real estate market and property values will recover in the next year or two, according to a new survey by Prudential Real Estate and Relocation Services. This exceeds the 47 percent of Americans who expected house prices would rise in a similar survey conducted in April 2010, underscoring a more bullish outlook for the real estate market today. In addition, 86 percent of Americans believe real estate is a good investment despite the market volatility of the past few years. The Prudential Real Estate Outlook Survey of 1,253 Americans between the ages of 25 and 64 in the market for buying a home was conducted Jan. 20 to 27, 2011. The national survey reveals that six in 10 respondents are more interested in buying real estate, 58 percent, and are optimistic about buying given the momentum of the economic recovery, 59 percent. It also shows that although the price of many Americans’ homes declined during the recession, 89 percent recognize they can also buy a new house at a lower price. “This survey clearly demonstrates that Americans nationally and locally continue to be optimistic about the real estate market and believe that home prices will rise,” says Don Rulle, Prudential Rocky Mountain Realtors. “A key take away from the survey is although consumers recognize that it is a good time to buy, they are concerned about their ability to sell their homes. This is one of the reasons for a slowdown in Longmont’s recovery.” For those on the fence about buying, uncertainty about selling an existing home, 77 percent, concern about getting a fair price for the home, 67 percent, and emotions, 58 percent, are holding them back. For those who have sold homes in the past year, despite the down market 78 percent report that they were satisfied with the sale. Of these, 32 percent

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1, 2, 3

1, 2





1, 2, 3

1, 2

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1, 2

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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.

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

Condos/ Townhouses 4050 ● 2 BDRM, 1.5 ba, newly remodeled, carport, patio. $825. 720-334-0695


✭ BERTHOUD Downtown! 1 bdrm apt, 541 4th St. $525 + utils. 303-775-3818 Clean 3 bdrm, 1.5 ba (1200+ SF) N/P. 327 21st Ave. $775+dep. 303-875-1964 EASTGLEN APTS 630 Lashley, Longmont


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• 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 $749

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1 Bd From $575 2 Beds From $620 Great Location Large Units Park Like Setting Ample Parking A/C & Pool




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2-4 Bedroom Homes • 14567 N. 107th St • 4050 N. County Line Rd 2 Call PMP, 303-776-RENT 2 BDRM, 1 BA, beautiful, Old Town. Gar, fncd yd, w/d, n/s/p $950 303-682-5985 3 BDRM- 4683 Foothills$1475. Nr golf, A/C, Av 5/1 970-669-0842


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Rhythm and Blues petunia offers dazzling appeal these new petunias. If you look at commercial landscapes you’ll quickly note petunias are not being planted in tight, heavy clay. In fact, they are more likely to be planted in raised beds where a planting mix was used. If you are not going to use a planting mix take the time to incorporate 3 to 4 inches of organic matter and till to a depth of about 8 inches.

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Rhythm and Blues petunia may forever change your mind on flowers with picotee edges. This riveting blue petunia is a stunner and will leave visiting neighbors aching in jealousy. You may be thinking petunias aren’t the longest blooming flowers in the garden. While this might be true I assure you that no matter where you live in the United States there is time in your garden where petunias will thrive, producing flowers that border on the spectacular. Rhythm and Blues is a mounding, trailing petunia, packing a bounty of flowers that have a rare icy blue color with a white picotee edge. It is a vegetatively produced petunia that will surprise you with both its vigor and longevity in the landscape. Though touted for the landscape Rhythm and Blues will also offer you the opportunity for creating extraordinary baskets and dazzling planters. When choosing a companion think about using complementary orange African marigolds or white selections of tall salvia farinacea. Both also offer months of blooming performance. Another new petunia that is causing quite a stir is Pinstripe. The notoriety is coming from trials

where consumers and producers alike are ranking it among the winners. I’ll admit I have never been much of a striped kind of guy when it comes to flowers, but this petunia definitely caught my eye. Pinstripe is also vegetatively produced and is wonderfully unique in that it is such a dark purple that it is almost black, and sports a thin creamy white star pattern. Black Velvet offers the same color minus the stripes. Its habit is a little more upright and less spreading. Consider yellow or cream colored large African marigolds as partners. Though these are bountiful bloomers, soil preparation will be the key to your happiness with

As you do this, add about 2 pounds of a slow-release fertilizer per 100 square feet. I prefer a 12-66 formula with minor nutrients, though petunias will never know the difference. Be sure to use a slow-release form of nitrogen. You will also need plenty of sun and of course supplemental water during prolonged dry periods. Once you have planted your petunias, apply a good layer of mulch to keep those summer soil temperatures moderate and prevent rapid loss of moisture due to evaporation. Feed with light, frequent applications of a slow-released fertilizer about every month. Plant them in bold drifts with a sufficient quantity to make a landscape impact. I’ve mentioned using them with African marigolds but they also combine well with lantanas, verbenas and salvias. Use them in containers and let them gently tumble over the rims.


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Longmont • Braden Bingham from Alexa B Kasper Revocable Trust, 3875 Oakwood Dr, Longmont, $199,000, home • Lindsay Broeker from BAFC 2006 8t2, 7 Marshall Pl, Longmont, $80,000, home • Keow Ng from Fannie Mae, 4542 Portofino Dr, Longmont, $245,500, home • James & Lauren Drew from Gary Feavel, 6 Dartmouth Cir, Longmont, $200,000, home • Penny & Stephen Driggers from Glenn Head, 8787 Crimson Clover Ln, Longmont, $699,000, home • Ryan Boettcher from Michael Mannhalter, 311 River View Ct, Longmont, $236,000, home • John & Patricia Dwyer from Jose Notario, 3837 Florentine Dr, Longmont, $275,000, home • Jef Norton from Greg Payne, 603 E 4th Ave, Longmont, $137,300, home • Alexa Kasper from Robert D Larsen Exempt Trust, 4632 Portofino Dr, Longmont, $267,500, home • Bc LLC from Six Point Capital LLC, 1875 Caleta Trl, Longmont, $180,000, home • Terry Scamehorn from Bruce Stannard, 1047 Alta St, Longmont, $137,500, home • Christopher McReynolds from Carol Tuttle, 4037 Pebble Beach Dr, Longmont, $642,500, home • Michael Johnson from Margaret Berhenke, 3608 Yale Dr, Longmont, $252,500, home • Robert & Kath Barker from Craig Gerber, 2635 Falcon Dr, Longmont, $350,000, home • Aspen LLC from Ion Properties Inc, 2015 Ionosphere St Unit 102, Longmont, $190,000, condo • William Kropp from Jason Watkins, 1601 Great Western Dr Unit A5, Longmont, $146,500,

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condo • Pieter Waelkens from Virginia Weissman, 4634 Lucca Dr, Longmont, $285,000, home • John Patterson from Michael Windisch, 3522 Feather Reed Ave, Longmont, $220,000, home Berthoud • Mychelle & Daniel Lopez from Federal Home Ln Mortgage Corp, 3900 W County Road 10, Berthoud, $173,000, home • Chris & Jessi Mccourt from Bradley Phelps, 2913 Martingale Dr, Berthoud, $336,000, home Dacono • Vicki MacDloud from Fannie Mae, 815 Gabriel Ct, Dacono, $69,700, home • Jose Osuna from Luis Marquez, 1112 Glen Dale Cir, Dacono, $50,000, home • Reed LP, 1200 MacCormack Ct, Dacono, $45,000, home • Jo LLP from Lizanna Homes Inc, 832 Glen Barr St, Dacono, $44,000, home Erie • Russell & Cather Warnock from Brenda Cook, 1503 Hickory Dr, Erie, $340,000, home • Christopher & Jennife Lang from Fannie Mae, 900 Quintana Ln, Erie, $350,000, home • Prairie LLC from VRC Devl LLC, 3100 Blue Sky Cir Unit 4205, Erie, $110,500, condo • Clarence & Elaine Ray from LDB Realty LLC, 2900 Blue Sky Cir Unit 5-307, Erie, $117,000, condo • Christina & Bret Vanpoppel from Melvyn Budnick, 3271 McClure Dr, Erie, $300,000, home • Sorrell Marston from Russell Davis, 1664 Westin Dr, Erie, $213,900, home • Alan & Michelle Soloway from Marcus Giron, 2119 Chestnut Cir, Erie, $258,000, home • Jackson West from Ryan Lynch, 2303 Dogwood Dr, Erie, $282,000, home • Kevin & Laura Fitzgerald from Jade Wilson, 2142 Alpine

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Dr, Erie, $295,500, home • Brian & Irene Bearly from Bradley Bedell, 2054 Tundra Cir, Erie, $275,000, home Firestone • Andrew Taylor from Fermin Munozmedina, 757 McClure Ave, Firestone, $167,900, home • Douglas & D Cole from James Taylor, 5858 Stagecoach Ave, Firestone, $231,000, home • Raymond & Leanne Rudd from Journey Homes LLC, 5174 Roadrunner Ave, Firestone, $224,600, home • Journey LLC from Stoneridge Invest LLC, 5354 Roadrunner Ave, Firestone, $63,000, home Fort Lupton • Ramon Garcia from Deutsche Bk Natl Trust Co, 110 W Hill Ct, Fort Lupton, $196,900, home • Kay Few from Wells Fargo Bk, 103 S Park Ave, Fort Lupton, $52,300, home Frederick • Craig & Angela Wnezlick from Melody Homes Inc, 8129 Morning Harvest Dr, Frederick, $205,000, home • Angelica Borra from DR Horton Continental Series, 6313 Spring Gulch St, Frederick, $230,000, home • Angelica Borra from KDB Homes Inc, 6527 Steeple Rock Dr, Frederick, $289,000, home Lyons • Katharine Mazuy from Jeremy Firehammer, 1004 Steamboat Valley Rd, Lyons, $360,000, home • Abigail & Matthew Hughey from Thomas Svejcar, 1121 Stone Canyon Rd, Lyons, $291,300, home • James & Maria Froning from Douglas Cassel, 57 Longmont Dam Rd, Lyons, $54,000, home Niwot • Bradford & Jeanette Walters from J Peter Garthwaite Trust, 8050 Niwot Rd Unit 55, Niwot, $77,000, condo • Arthur & Diane Paolini from

Robert Schumacher, 6922 Totara Pl, Niwot, $222,000, home Platteville • Ronald & Leslie Neiman from Plumb Constr Inc, 5500 Weld County Road 38, Platteville, $375,800, home • Cn LLC from Bill Yamaguchi, 306 Grand Ave, Platteville, $245,000, home Foreclosures – notice of election and demand • Borrower: Gale Medlin, Lender: JPMorgan Chase Bank National Association, Amount: $426,056, Property: 645 S County Road 31, Berthoud, Filed: 03/17/11 • Borrower: Tyrel Cooper & Michelle Sullivan, Lender: Public Service Credit Union, Amount: $171,007, Property: 615 S 9th St, Berthoud, Filed: 03/23/11 • Borrower: Sean & Angela Bettencourt, Lender: US Bank National Association, Amount: $277,373, Property: 1457 Akers Ct, Erie, Filed: 03/23/11 • Borrower: Thomas & Kathleen Houston, Lender: BAC Home Loans Servicing LP, Amount: $241,297, Property: 5554 County Road 7, Erie, Filed: 03/18/11 • Borrower: Thomas & Tami Giles, Lender: Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, Amount: $172,220, Property: 11239 Deerfield Dr, Firestone, Filed: 03/23/11 • Borrower: Chris & Lisa Hood, Lender: Wells Fargo Bank NA, Amount: $151,764, Property: 520 Beth Ave, Fort Lupton, Filed: 03/21/11 • Borrower: Aaron & Mary Thorn, Lender: Onewest Bank FSB, Amount: $127,920, Property: 1715 Emery St, Longmont, Filed: 03/22/11 • Borrower: Seok Kim & Jung Ok, Lender: Wilshire State Bank, Amount: $872,216, Property: 1800 Boston Ave, Longmont, Filed: 03/18/11 • Borrower: Jaime & Maria Saenz, Lender: Ocwen Loan Ser-

vicing LLC, Amount: $144,103, Property: 25 Merideth Ln, Longmont, Filed: 03/22/11 • Borrower: Ruperto Pasillas, Lender: Residential Mortgage Trust 2008 R1, Amount: $111,974, Property: 1703 Whitehall Dr 4i, Longmont, Filed: 03/21/11 • Borrower: David Brunner & Christiane Olivo, Lender: Wells Fargo Bank NA, Amount: $231,505, Property: 929 Dannys Ct, Longmont, Filed: 03/22/11 • Borrower: Virginia & James Walker, Lender: PNC Bank National Association, Amount: $208,576, Property: 2419 Gay St, Longmont, Filed: 03/22/11 • Borrower: Michael Noble, Lender: JPMorgan Chase National Association, Amount: $165,173, Property: 10685 Durango Pl, Longmont, Filed: 03/23/11 • Borrower: Theodore & Stephanie Shackleton, Lender: Guild Mortgage, Amount: $184,744, Property: 458 Soar Ln, Platteville, Filed: 03/18/11 • Borrower: Daniel Hesse & Donna Carpenter, Lender: Wells Fargo Bank NA, Amount: $147,614, Property: 411 Cherry Ave, Platteville, Filed: 03/21/11 • Borrower: Ted & Cynthia Dorr, Lender: Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas, Amount: $270,997, Property: 5129 Mt Arapaho Cir, Frederick, Filed: 02/18/11 • Borrower: John Walker, Lender: US Bank National Association, Amount: $172,070, Property: 314 Francis St, Longmont, Filed: 02/23/11 • Borrower: Deirdre Mrugala, Lender: Aurora Loan Services, Amount: $143,442, Property: 1248 Baker St, Longmont, Filed: 02/18/11 • Borrower: Warren & Kennetha Paetow, Lender: Wells Fargo Bank NA, Amount: $150,787, Property: 2801 Denver Ave, Longmont, Filed: 02/18/11

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Charming Old Town Craftsman Style Bungalow! 4 Bedrooms, 2 Baths and 1976 SF.

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13624 N. 87th St.

2120 Pintail Dr.




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10.78 Acres. 5 Bd, 3 Ba, 3016 tsf. 2 Car Detached Garage and Pole Barn. 2 Hay Barns.

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A publication focusing on local real estate, gardening and home decor

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