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June 4, 2011 The eclectic mix of traditional and contemporary furniture spices up a boudoir. (SHNS/HGTV)

A design with rhythm Great design has to have rhythm to make it a visual feast for the tables: an oak vanity table/desk with a black baroque mirror on one eyes. This was never more evident to me than during a recent proside, and a mirrored table on the other. Next to the bed, I created a ject for clients Stephen and Dale, who wanted to spice up their sitting area with a charcoal armchair and a metal side table. These boudoir as a 25th-wedding-anniversary present to one another. sit along a wall of windows, and the whole look is softened by The couple, who live in an otherwise beautiful home, had a bleak cream-and-currant drapes. master bedroom. The L-shaped room, with its matching bedroom I then introduced an eclectic mix of traditional and contemposuite and beige carpeting, was boxy and boring. It was rary furniture: a black-and-white armoire in African madefinitely missing the element of rhythm and, as a rehogany; a black modern console/dresser with a TV, and sult, felt awkward and uninviting. one-of-a-kind artisanal pieces. Stephen and Dale are vibrant people and they desired I continued the gorgeous visual rhythm from the beda room that reflected their 25 years together. I wanted to room through to the adjoining lounge area by bringing give them an eclectic and diverse space, so I set out to in a dove-colored, textured sectional sofa, a light wood utilize the principle of design rhythm: the visual repetigeometrical side table and a large wall mirror. I also put tion of elements such as pattern, shape and color. up a picture gallery consisting of framed photos and I kicked off the project by deciding on the elements I colored paper that picks up on the bedroom’s color would use to create the rhythm, including a palette of scheme. Candice Olson charcoal, red and white; materials like wood, Lucite and To brighten up the space, I chose some striking wood HGTV mirror; and a range of geometrical patterns. and Lucite lamps, and a spectacular geometrical clearI then divided the L-shaped room into two areas: a glass fixture adds flare to the sitting area. Accents and bedroom and a lounge. I painted most of the space light accessories such as metal vases, wooden baskets and linen except for a stunning feature wall that was painted in a bold patterned pillows serve to complete the look. currant red. Against this wall I placed a king-sized bed with a strikThe room now speaks a little language of its own, with all of the ing carved headboard of white plaster panels. For the linens, I rhythmic elements unifying an otherwise eclectic space. It’s surely chose a charcoal and white duvet with a geometrical pattern, a the ideal place to showcase the couple’s tastes as they head into creamy bed skirt and a heap of red, white and charcoal pillows. Beanother 25 years of wedded bliss. neath the bed, I used a creamy, patterned area rug. Because I made this bed the room’s focal point, my challenge was Interior decorator Candice Olson is host of HGTV’s “Candice Tells All.” For to make everything else in the space relate back to it. more ideas, information and show times, visit http://www.hgtv.com/candiceI flanked the bed with two mismatched but complementary end tells-all/show/index.html.

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Designing with rhythm can be visually stunning. See story above. (SHNS/HGTV)

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Create a room on a budget What’s the dirtiest word in decorating? That’s right: budget. Whether you have just a few hundred dollars for a room makeover or tens of thousands, you’ll need to plan carefully and make tough choices to meet your bottom line. 1. Make a wish list – Give your imagination free rein. Write down everything you’d like to do and buy and be specific. 2. Determine your actual budget – Take a look at your monthly inflows and outflows, as well as any funds you’ve set aside for rainy-day projects, and see how much you realistically have to spend. 3. Familiarize yourself with price tags – Before you draft an itemized budget, hit the stores, catalogs and Internet to research how much the items on your wish list will cost. Figure out how much work you’ll need to hire out, too. 4. Prioritize your purchases and labor – Start itemizing with your decorating wish list, real costs and your total budget in front of you. 5. Draft your decorating plan – Put your design blueprint on paper. 6. Invest in important room features – Consider big splurges for the things you’ll use every day; are hard to change; will hold their value over time; or will add value to your home. – Courtesy Leah Hennen on hgtv.com

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Watch for signs of fire blight shepherd’s crook. This gives the tree a fireThere’s a thug lurking in your neighborhood, taking every opportunity to attack your prescorched appearance, thus the name “fire cious tree fruit. With oozing droplets and a blight.� hoard of unwitting helpers, it moves from tree There is no cure for this disease, so prevento tree, torching twigs and branches until the tion is the best solution. Fire blight control tree looks scorched. Evidence of the infection methods include use of resistant varieties, culbecomes more obvious as we head tural practices, pruning and sprayinto June. ing. Using resistant varieties is the Fire blight is a bacterial disease most effective prevention method, that affects certain plants in the rose but keep in mind that resistance family. It is especially destructive to doesn’t mean immunity. apple, pear, quince and crabapple. It Remove and destroy newly infectattacks in spring when temperatures ed young twigs as soon as possible, reach 65 degrees. frequent rain ocso that your tree doesn’t become the curs and then bacteria overwintered mother ship for disease in the neighin cankers on the tree and resumes borhood. Do this when no rain is activity, multiplying rapidly. Carol O’Meara predicted for at least two weeks. It Though the good news is that Colorado State may be best to leave pruning until we’ve had some rain and humidity, University Extension winter when the bacteria are not acthe bad news is: the recent weather tive. This reduces infection on the created good conditions for this tree and the number of bacteria damaging disease. This is when masses of bacte- available to infect healthy blossoms and shoots. ria are forced through cracks and bark pores to In young twigs, make cuts at least 12 inches the bark surface, where they form a sweet, gum- below the dark, visible edge of infection to my exudate called bacterial ooze. avoid slicing into the bacteria. Remove all Insects such as bees, ants, flies, aphids and blighted twigs and cankered branches. Prune beetles are attracted to this ooze, pick up the larger limbs about 6 to 12 inches below the edge bacteria on their bodies, and inadvertently carry of visible infection. the bacteria to opening blossoms. Bacterial ooze After each cut, surface sterilize all tools used splashed by rain also can spread the disease. in pruning. Spray tools with Lysol or dip tools Young branch tips can be infected through air in 70 percent ethyl alcohol, or a 10 percent openings on leaves, called stomata, air openings bleach solution. Bleach can rust tools so if you on branches, called lenticels, or, more commonuse this to sterilize your pruners wash them afly, through wounds created by pruning, insects ter you’re done and apply a light tool oil to keep or hail storms. them rust-free. Droplets of ooze can form on these infected Carol O’Meara is a horticulture entomologist with the twigs within three days and fruit may be infectColorado State University Extension office at the Boulder ed through insect feeding wounds. Girdling County Fairgrounds in Longmont. Contact her by calling cankers – areas of disease on the wood – even303-678-6238 or emailing comeara@co.boulder.co.us. tually develop from branch or blossom infecFor more gardening tips, check out her blog at gardening afterfive.wordpress.com. tions. Leaves wilt, darken and curl to form a

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Firing up the grill has become synonymous with welcoming the summer, and let’s be honest, we usually don’t wait until summer to embark on the outdoor cooking season. When you decide it’s time to break out the grill, you want to find the best way to cook your burgers or bratwursts. “The grill you choose should be versatile, so it meets all your cooking needs,� says Leslie Segrete, home expert and former designer on “Trading Spaces� and “While You Were Out.� There are so many styles and models available these days that you’re sure to find something that will make your weekend meals – and even weekday dinners – everyday special.’� Here Segrete cooks up some tips to help everyone find their perfect grill. 1. Think about the size of your space. It’s an obvious factor in purchasing a grill, and should be a primary consideration. 2. Consider how you are going to use the grill. For those who love the smokiness and real outdoorsy feel of cooking with charcoal, there are multiple models from which to choose. If convenience and ease of use are your primary goals, then a gas grill will surely be your best bet. 3. Don’t forget added features. An invaluable feature to consider is a side burner. Side burners are great because they turn your backyard into a variable kitchen. 4. Think beyond black or stainless steel. 5. Don’t forget the accessories. Stores like Sears carry everything from cedar grilling planks and pizza stones to great quality grilling tools fit for any chef. If you use these tips, you’re sure to find just the right grill so that when you “fire it up� you’ll have everything you need.

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One of the hottest hues right now is wonderful, sunny yellow. From edgy citron to happy marigold to whisper-soft pale yellow, designers are showing yellow in a big way this season. If you’d like to add just a drop of yellow to your decor, or let the sun shine in and flood your rooms with this happy color, here are some tips for making room for yellow. In the mood for a complete room makeover? You can’t go wrong with a palette of yellow and gray. At Nell Hill’s, we’ve picked gray as our favorite new neutral. I added a velvety shade of deep gray to my custom paint line, Abbey Steps, and it has become one of our hottest sellers because it’s dramatic yet soothing, classic yet hip. The secret to pulling off a gray-toned room without it feeling dreary is to mix together a lot of shades of gray, then brighten it up with a pop of color, like yellow. When working with a palette of yellow and gray, I’d suggest you take one of two paths. The first is to paint your walls a dark shade of gray. To contrast the darker walls, paint the trim white or light cream. Then fill the room with furnishings that reflect lighter tones of gray, creams or whites, and shades of yellow. For instance, you might cover your sofa in a pale gray linen fabric, then pop it up with an array of yellow accent pillows. If you love traditional furnishings, pick a timeless toile pattern. If you are looking for something more contemporary, try one of today’s sharp geometric prints. Or mix the toile and geometric pillows together. I really like to use contemporary fabrics when I decorate with yellow and gray because they are so clean and simple. Try covering an ottoman or side chair in a graphic pattern in charcoal gray and yellow or light gray and white. A second approach is to paint your walls a soft gray or buttery yellow, then go with darker yellow and gray fabrics on your furnishings. Try upholstering a sofa in a charcoal mohair gray fabric or a menswear herringbone. Pick an area rug for the grouping in a graphic pattern. For years decorating magazines, catalogues and designers treated us to lovely light palettes of whites and creams. If your home, like mine, centers around these light neutrals, consider tossing in a few bits of yellow to brighten things up. Add an accent pillow or two in yellow. Upholster your sofa in a soft yellow stripe, floral or solid. Your room will still feel soothing and calm, but the little addition of yellow will also make it warmer and cozier. Yellow looks smashing with so many tones, from orange and pink to blue and green, that you will have a lot to choose from in your color-soaked room.

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Organize your medicine cabinet When it comes to organization, medicine cabinets are closets in miniature. And if you’re like most busy folks, you keep your closet door shut in hopes no guest ever opens it. Of course, medicine cabinets are in a hightraffic room, so keeping them shut tight isn’t always a sure-fire way to hide that clutter of cough syrups, tweezers, aspirin and nail files. After all, it is just the place a guest might go for a Band-Aid or a cotton swab or, let’s be honest, to just snoop around.

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Building up the fertility of the soil is one of the most important aspects of gardening. Synthetic fertilizers are manufactured products, while organic fertilizers are derived from plants, animals or naturally occurring minerals. While both can go through a manufacturing process, there are advantages to using an organic fertilizer that’s in a form close to its natural source. The Advantage of Organics The purest form of organic fertilizer is a plant-, animal- or mineral-based fertilizer that is applied to the garden without any processing. Good examples of these are green manures, animal manures and wood ashes. The advantage is that not only are main nutrients added to the soil, but organic matter and humus, as well. Organic matter improves soil structure, moisture retention, drainage and the microbial life of the soil. An adequate amount of organic matter in the soil can help ensure that nutrients are available to plants on a steady basis and that the soil structure enhances root growth. Organic fertilizers dole out the nutrients more slowly than chemical fertilizers, so plant roots are less likely to be burned by getting too high a dose. The best way to use organic fertilizers is to apply a combination of raw materials high in organic matter, such as manure, along with specific organic fertilizers to target crop needs. Types of Organic Fertilizers Here are some examples of plant- and animal-based products you might use in your garden. • Plant-Based Fertilizers • Alfalfa Meal • Corn Gluten • Cottonseed Meal • Seaweed • Soybean Meal • Animal-Based Fertilizers • Blood Meal • Bonemeal • Fish Products • Animal manures • Compost Animal manures The nutrient composition of animal manures varies based on the animal, the bedding and method of manure storage. Aged manure is better than fresh, and cow is better than horse (high in weed seeds). Cow manure is the manure most commonly found bagged in garden centers. While nutrient content is low, the plants can absorb them moderately quickly. Manure from sea birds, chickens and bats is rich in nutrients, especially nitrogen. Highly soluble and quickly available nutrients are useful early in the season to stimulate vegetative growth. However, high-nitrogen chicken manures and guanos can burn tender plant roots. It’s best to use them as a foliar feed, diluted in water; or in a composted form. Compost Compost is considered the Cadillac of organic fertilizers. The beauty of making compost is that no matter what material you start with, the end product is relatively similar. Finished compost has a low but good balance of nutrients, while being high in organic matter that helps feed the soil’s microorganisms. Composts are available commercially or you can make your own. They can be used along with other fertilizers. Making compost is a way to deal with yard waste and make fertilizer simultaneously. For more tips and garden information, visit www.garden.org. Charlie Nardozzi, a nationally recognized garden writer, book author, speaker and radio and television personality, has appeared on HGTV, PBS and Discovery Channel television networks. He teaches and inspires home gardeners to grow the best vegetables, fruits, flowers, trees and shrubs in their yards.


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Boost your curb appeal Article Resource Association

Anyone who’s ever bought, sold or even just looked at a house can tell you first impressions matter. A house can be filled to the rafters with luxury touches, but if it lacks curb appeal, few potential buyers will ever step in the door to see what’s inside. “Projects can be inexpensive and simple while adding tremendous value and curb appeal,” says Mark Clement, HGTVPro.com how-to expert and host of “MyFixItUpLife.” If you’re looking for low-cost, high-impact ways to create or improve curb appeal, consider these ideas. • Make small improvements that have a big impact. Simple touches like repainting the front door, window trim and shutters, planting flowers, and switching outdated light fixtures can create a whole new look. • Choose materials that are durable and stylish. • Dress up the exterior with accents. Adding touches like accents to gables, posts and beams, drain chains in place of downspouts or planter boxes made with beautiful, sustainable materials like Western Red Cedar is a great way to improve curb appeal while stretching your budget. • Add a splash of color to your landscape with low-maintenance plantings that require little attention.

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Bathroom remodeling includes a dizzying array of decisions. Choosing from many beautiful styles, shapes, materials and innovative technologies is at once exhilarating and exhausting. Here are steps to help you narrow the field to make the best choices. •.Evaluate the needs of the bathroom. Consider possible users of the bathroom: guests, family members and future owners. Will your new space work for all ages and abilities? • Find your style. Bathroom suites of fixtures, faucets and accessories designed together with just the right touches make it easy to feel confident about your product choices. • Open up some space. If you rarely use your

bathtub, consider pulling it out and replacing it with a shower to gain more space. • Take comfort. Look for vanities like the Savina from Porcher at 36 inches high. Most adults find this height more comfortable and convenient to use. Consider toilets that are “right height” designed to be typical chair height at 16 to 17 inches from the floor to the bowl rim rather than the conventional 14 inches.

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A simple paint project is an easy way to add a pop of color and upgrade your home decor. And while choosing the latest color trends may be the most exciting part of painting a room, it isn’t the most important step in the process. The way you prep the room can affect the final result of the DIY project. “Prepping the job determines how well the paint will adhere to walls and trim,” says professional painter Dan Brady. “Preparation is the most important part of the job and there are three critical steps you should always follow.” Cleaning Start your paint project by removing all window treatments, light fixtures and electrical outlet plates. The first step in properly prepping your room is to clean and degrease all surfaces. You want to make sure the surface is free of dust, dirt and fingerprints. Applying a coat of paint over dirt or residue left on the walls can leave your job looking unprofessional. A simple household cleaner will do the trick for minor cleaning. If you are painting in the kitchen of your home, Brady recommends using a mixture of vinegar and water to clean grease and food stains. Repairing Normal wear and tear such as moving furniture, hanging pictures with nails or even dents from a doorknob can damage your drywall. The next step in the paint prep process is to make any needed repairs to drywall and then sand the surface. Sanding the surface ensures that the drywall repairs are level and even with the wall surface. Patching minor dents and damage to drywall is fairly simple. Fix small holes by filling them with minimal amounts of drywall compound and smoothing it with a drywall knife. Once the compound dries, lightly sand it with sandpaper. For larger damage, such as dents, start by sanding the area to remove excess debris. Fill the dent with drywall compound, level it with a drywall knife and sand until you have a frictionless surface. In both cases, follow the manufacturer’s

directions for dry time, and then be sure to wipe down walls and trim with rags to remove any remaining dust and loose particles. Following these steps will give you a smooth palette on which to paint. Taping The third and final step in the paint prep process – applying painter’s tape – also lets you get creative. It is important to select the right grade and level of adhesion before you start taping. Delicate surfaces such as fresh paint, wallpaper or faux finishes require a tape with a lower adhesion to prevent surface damage. For common surfaces, like cured painted walls, wood trim, glass and metal, you can use a tape with a medium adhesion. “I recommend using FrogTape brand painter’s tape, which comes in both a delicate surface and multi-surface technology to accommodate almost every painting situation,” Brady says. “This tape is ideal for painting stripes, checkerboards or other designs that require crisp, sharp lines. Straight lines separate a professional looking paint job from a mediocre one,” he says. “FrogTape is the only painter’s tape treated with PaintBlock Technology – a super absorbent polymer that reacts with latex paint and instantly gels to form a barrier that prevents paint bleed.” When masking the surface, adhere the tape in short sections to avoid stretching the tape. Brady suggests using a putty knife to press the tape firmly to the edges. Once the tape is applied in the desired pattern along the edges of the wall, you’re ready to begin painting. If painting more than one coat, make sure to reapply fresh tape for each paint application to obtain optimal results. The way you remove the painting tape also contributes to the professionalism of your job. To prevent paint from bridging over the edges and tearing, Brady says you should remove the tape immediately after painting. The tape should be removed slowly at a 180-degree angle. If the paint becomes rubbery and begins to pull with the tape, gently score the edges with a razor blade.


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Until it’s affordable for everyone to get a robot maid, household chores aren’t going away. Since merely ignoring your duties is not an option, experts say you can at least save time by modifying your habits so you can work more efficiently. By working smarter, and sometimes, purchasing the right equipment, you can cut into the time you spend cleaning and devote more time to doing things you love. Here are a few examples of how you can save time around the house.

Vacuuming Vacuuming can either be something that saves time or causes more headaches depending on how you use your vacuum cleaner. Be sure to use the right attachments for best results. Also, be sure you maintain it properly to keep it functioning well. Always make sure your filters are clean and dust collector is empty.

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Firestone • Mark & Sally Beckner from Julie Eaton, 9166 Ferncrest St, Firestone, $350,000, home • Tiffany & Robert Opp from David Meyers, 5328 Bowersox Pkwy, Firestone,

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630 Peck Dr. • 888-837-4912 Elliott Apartments

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3800 Pike Rd., Longmont, CO 80503 • 303-774-9944 Tanglewood Condominiums Senior Community

100 21st Ave., Longmont, CO 80501 • 303-774-0300

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1152 Sherri Mar 3 bdrm, 1ba, remodeled, carport, storage shed, sunroom, N/P, $1025 RMG Realty 303-772-4466 1217 Lincoln St. Immaculate 3BR, 2BA, spacious ranch home, beautiful hw flrs & tile upgraded appls in kit., w/d hk-up, frplc in fam rm, 3 car, 3rd bay could be office w/ skylight sorry NP $1500/mo 303-530-7149

124 Anniversary Ln, Lgmt. 3 bdrm, 2 ba ranch, 2100 SF, hdwd flrs, fin bsmt, 1 car gar + wkshop, priv fncd yd, sm pets neg. N/S, Avail now, $1175 Jan 303-775-6668 1786 Lincoln, 3 bdrm, 3 ba, 2 car + fin bsmt, newer carpet & paint, lg yd, $1450/mo. Call Pat 303-589-5752 1 BDRM IN OLD TOWN Room for garden, extra storage/shop. Avail 7/1. Pet? $725. (303)678-7384 1 -RENT TO OWN! 3 bdrm, 2 ba, A/C, W/D, $1395/mo. 866-810-1446 x1032 (24/hr free rec msg)

2, 3, 4 Bedroom Homes 1624 19th Ave. 2245 Whistler Dr. 154 Grant St. 1309 Hilltop Dr. 411 Verdant Call PMP 303-776-RENT

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23 TELLURIDE PL 5 bdrm, 2 ba, frpl, 2 car, large fncd yd. $1350. Pets nego. Avail June 1st. Pennant Inv. (303)447-8988 2640 W MTN VIEW. 1590 sq ft brick ranch, backs to park, 3 bdrm, 1.5 ba, hdwd flrs, fncd bk yd, att gar, smpets neg. N/S $1200/mo. (303)775-6668. 3 BDRM, 2 ba, 1230 sqft, 2 car, 10x20 deck w/ awning, 8x8 shed, A/C. Mtn view 11153 Longview Blvd, $1100 Lgmt (303)776-9147 (303)746-0948 3BR, 1BA, Gar. fncd yard 1100 frontier dr. $990 + $990 dep 303-775-1495

820 SHALLOT CIRCLE, LAFAYETTE

• 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 • Two bdr starting at $899

4 BDRM, 2 BA Chalet Style House, 2 car gar, schools, fenced yard, sprinklers, $1495OR $995 w/ good refs. Avail 6/15  1334 19th Ave Rent w/ Option to Buy Avail Call 303-776-7528

5 bedroom, 4 bath in Loveland Lakeside Terrace Estates, use of swimming pools & tennis court. $1550/mo + dep. N/S. 303-915-1266 or 970-984-2929

Southmoor Park 3BR, 2BA, Ranch 1502 Mayfield Lane, Longmont, $1300 AVAILABLE NOW! 303-652-8183 or 720-987-8352

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Apartments for Rent

1 BDRM, 1 BA, quiet, downtown, garden lvl, coin-op W/D, N/P, Avail NOW $525/mo 303-859-9973 1BR, 1BA, stove, refrig, DW, WD hkup, a/c, gas heat, 1 car gar, no pets. 1321 Emery Apt. C, Longmont $650 + deposit 303-776-1287 or 303-747-2219 2bdrm, 2ba, ex lg kit, gas FP LV rm, all utl inc, int acc, cable, W/D, 720-327-6336

2 bed,1 ba. ,in 8-plex, laundry, offstreet parking, $595/mo, 303-772-0312 917 Sunset 2BR, 1BA, 2nd flr, inclds heat, water, trash. New carpet, N/P, off street parking $675/mo RMG Realty 303-772-4466 Clean 2 bdrm, 1.5 ba, 1000+ sf, no pets, 323 21st Ave. $775 + dep. 303-875-1964

Roomy quad level with plenty of room to roam wih an unfinished basement too. A little elbow grease here will gain you instant equity. $167,500

1235 JUNIPER ST.

Lovely brick ranch in convenient location! This 2 bedroom, 1 bath has fresh paint, new carpet, vinyl & appliances. Relax in the enclosed porch on balmy summer evenings! $147,500

303-772-4667

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Apartments for Rent

Lafayette, lg. bsmt, 1 bdrm, N/S,N/P, refs, $600/mo, inc. util. 303-666-7237. ROOMS & Apartments Weekly/Monthly, from $100/week. Utililties included. (303)931-7108

4 bed, 3 bath, avail. 6-15, new paint,carpet, A/C, 2 car, 430 Flicker Ave., $1,675/mo, 303-921-4867. 4BR, 2.5BA - Carpeted LR & DR, fam rm & eat-in kitch w/ wood flrs, gas fp, A/C, master suite w/ 5piece bath & walk-in closet, unfinished bsmt, backs to Ute Creek Golf Course, $1695/mo. 303-981-7031 or 303-567-4797

10385 FALCON CT., FIRESTONE

2400 17th Avenue, Longmont, Colorado 80503

3BR, 2BA Air Conditioned, Fenced, Dog Run, $1150/mo+deposit 303-772-0719 4128 Frederick Circle 5BR, 4BA 3840sq ft 3 Car Garage, No Pets $2600/month RMG Realty 303-772-4466

Great investment for the handyperson. Tri-level on corner lot with large yard. A true gem in the rough! $129,900

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6002 Condos for Rent

Sprawling ranch on corner lot with tons of potential! A little elbow grease and you will discover the value of home ownership here. $115,000

Recently redecorated, 2 bedroom, living room with fireplace, single car garage with opener, all appliances, full basement, privacy fence yard & patio. Close to bus service, schools, medical, groceries. In Lafayette. No Pets, yearly lease, $750/mo + deposit. 303-926-1869

620 ELIZABETH ST. CIRCLE, DACONO

Great Views, Great Location, Great New Updates! Move right into this 3 bedroom, 2 bath home and relax! $169,900

6802 CAMELIA CT., NIWOT

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Beautiful ranch home on corner lot is move-in ready! Check out the fresh paint in/out, new appliances, new roof, new carpet and finished basement. All this for just $252,500

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Duplexes

2 bdrm apt, just painted, in quiet, no-smkg bldg. Bkgrd chk req. $675/mo 303-682-9273

2BR, 1BA, W/D, appl, gar, Old Town, N/S/P. Sec Dep/Lease $795 incl wtr 303-485-0711 3 BDRM, 2.5 BA, 1 car garage, fenced yard, pets nego, $1125 + dep, close to Lafayette schools 303-548-8434

6009

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1 BDRM $450/mo util inc. Share quiet house w/3, new paint & carpet, WD, 303-719-2197. Lyons Mountain Home Room for rent $450/mo+ utils 775-287-9993 MALE looking for same to share house. Lge rm. Don 720-203-6969 Mature lady to share home w/ same. Your own bdrm & ba. $450/mo + 1/2 utils. N/S 303-776-1081

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6010

Rooms for Rent

Room in clean 2 bd. home, W/D, phone/cable/int., storage yard, $575 inc. all util, 303-702-0643. Subterranean 3Room space + private bath, shared laundry/kitchen $600/month, Sheryl 720-253-6097

6015

Retail Space for Lease

5200 SF, Prime location, 208 S Main, Longmont , Avail 7/1. $3000 triple net. Dave 303-859-0787

6017

Indust./Comm’l for Lease

2500 sq ft office, lobby, warehouse. Avail now, lease nego, 720-684-4200 ask for Terry

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

Don Rulle, CCIM

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912 Second Street Units A, B Berthoud 6120 sq ft $3550/mo. or 4080 sq ft $2375/mo. or 2040 sq ft $1190/mo. Plus Utilities 3 Phase Electric 2367 W. 8th, faces Wilson Loveland 1200 sq ft $950/mo Plus Utilities Light Industrial, Office or Retail Contact Shelley 970-430-4235 Place your ad. Call 303-466-3636 or 970-635-3650


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Longmont • Fred & Donna Schmidt from William Albin, 11816 N Beasly Rd, Longmont, $422,000, home • Daniel & Deborah Johnson from Aurora Loan Services LLC, 1108 Atwood St, Longmont, $131,000, home • Zachariah & Melinda Puckett from Aurora Loan Services LLC, 835 Elliott St, Longmont, $160,600, home • Kurt & Melanie Mann from Bustamante Family Trust, 909 Emery St, Longmont, $63,800, home • Michael Starck from Steven Calhoun, 533 Emery St, Longmont, $205,000, home • Cheryl Carterpierce from Fannie Mae, 807 Tempted Ways Dr, Longmont, $255,000, home • Timothy & Terr Monahanmitchell from Richard Gaffney, 861 Glenarbor Cir, Longmont, $387,000, home • Andrew Korbel from Aaron Gesicki, 4530 Lucca Dr, Longmont, $283,000, home • Sheila Paswaters from David Hayes, 2114 River Walk Ln, Longmont, $340,000, home • Alva & Frances Hargis from Glenn Head, 366 Wadsworth Cir, Longmont,

June 4, 2011

$171,000, home • Joe & Rhonda Mejia from Ladd Living Trust, 4903 Bella Vista Dr, Longmont, $375,000, home • Alexander & Lindsay Hannah from Christopher Larcinese, 7 University Cir, Longmont, $278,000, home • Resident from Willam Moore, 580 Sugar Mill Pl, Longmont, $312,000, home • Gregory & Amy Payne from Gilberto, 633 Hilltop St, Longmont, $107,000, home • Island LLC from Cara Brannigan, 2355 Billings Ln, Longmont, $186,000, home • Kent & Terra Jakobsen from Patricia Pearson, 726 Thornwood Way, Longmont, $196,000, home • Eugene & Margaret Shea from Sarah Stern Living Trust, 1044 Collyer St, Longmont, $206,800, home • Michelle & Scott Stoops from Sopris Development LLC, 1907 Wasach Dr, Longmont, $668,700, home • Steven & Rebecca Tarr from Michael Starck, 503 Collyer St, Longmont, $350,000, home • Joyce Zefo from Shirley Warner, 1605 Oak Ridge Ln, Longmont, $254,400, home • David Langefeld from Bikemore Real Estate Investment, 1618 Centennial

Rock Solid In Real Estate

Dr, Longmont, $144,900, home • Scott & Della Busch from Doris Defalco, 54 Cornell Dr, Longmont, $215,000, home • Steve & Beth Stahlman from Brad Lane, 1404 Whitehall Dr Unit 17E, Longmont, $168,000, condo • James & Teresa Hale from Bridget Nannen, 1701 Stones Peak Dr, Longmont, $594,000, home • Leah & Michael Capozzi from Sendera Properties LLC, 1486 Serenity Cir, Longmont, $265,000, home • Feliciano & Rose Bautista from David Vara, 1248 Meadow St, Longmont, $136,000, home • Richard Walker from Barbara Walker, 684 Crawford Cir, Longmont, $290,000, home Berthoud • Stephanie & Kaleb Stover from Susan Gardiner, 216 S 3rd St, Berthoud, $122,000, home • Deborah & Denny Draper from Sandy Meyer, 219 E Michigan Ave, Berthoud, $253,000, home • D Ste from Bal E, 1916 1st St, Berthoud, $270,000, home Dacono • Tamrick Inc from Eagle Meadow LLC, 3872 Kestrel Rd, Dacono, $70,000, home

Erie • John & Angela Beirne from John Kuivanen, 1428 Peach Pl, Erie, $309,500, home • Yueping Fu from Aurora Loan Services LLC, 2900 Blue Sky Cir Unit 5201, Erie, $104,900, condo • Michael & Wendy Cynkar from Boulder Valley Investments LLC, 318 Meadow View Pkwy, Erie, $180,000, home • Dava & Adina Ombadykow from John Carver, 171 McGregor Cir, Erie, $376,500, home • Frank & Nicholas Licata from Aurora Loan Services LLC, 2985 Blue Sky Cir Unit 7-101, Erie, $114,000, condo • Brandon & Jamie Bohn from Brian Caffarelli, 1750 Crestview Ln, Erie, $365,000, home • Sandra & Shannon Hynes from Keith Mossburg, 2642 Lilac Cir, Erie, $330,000, home • Amanda Nielson from Frances Ruder, 104 Ortega Ct, Erie, $365,000, home • Vista Corp from Coenen Land Co LLC, 2280 Moss Pl, Erie, $138,000, home • Alex & Krista Rogers from Charles Depuy, 193 Maplewood Dr, Erie, $255,000, home

Rock Solid Since 1990!

OPEN HOUSE

NEW LISTING

NEW LISTING

493 E. 16TH • $259,000 SAT: 1-3:30 • HOSTESS: CAROL SCHACK

114 GRAND VIEW CIRCLE $439,500 CHAMBERLAIN/GAPTER TEAM

268 DAHLIA, LOUISVILLE $259,000 KYONG BRODT

• 3bdrm, 3bath • New flooring: new paint • Stainless steel kitchen: all appl • Beautiful master suite with private balcony • Full unfinished basement

• All brick ranch on over 1 acre • Private 9 hole golf course • Views of mountains and gold course • Quite and peaceful neighborhood

NEW LISTING

NEW LISTING

5176 BUCKINGHAM, BOULDER $189,000 KEN KANEMOTO

10531 MINERAL RD, LONGMONT $1,500,000 CHAMBERLAIN/GAPTER TEAM

• 2 Bedroom condo • 1 car garage • Full-unfinished basement • Near boulder country club • Fire place • Fenced patio

• Custom ranch on 5 acres • Multiple out buildings • Outstanding views • Country living at it’s best • This is a must see

• 3 Bedroom 1 bath • Walk in closet • Eat-in-kitchen • Pantry, Bay windows • Sq ft 1192

1623 RED MOUNTAIN DR., LONGMONT $270,000 DICK MANDILE

• 3 Bedroom 3 bath • 5 Piece master bath • Eat-in-kitchen • Luxurious master suite • Walk in closet • Second floor loft

303-772-2222 NEW LISTING

620 LOOMIS CT, LONGMONT $395,000 - A MUST SEE! CALL CAROL SCHACK - 303-931-4945

• Totally remodeled brick ranch • On sunset golf course-.48 acre • Upgrades throughout • All new plumb, elec, windows,floors

1012-1014 BOWEN ST, LONGMONT $215,000 KEN KANEMOTO

• Furnished window coverings • 2 Bed 1 bath in each unit • Eat-in-kitchen • 1 Story brick ranch • Electric range/oven

RESIDENTIAL - COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES WWW.PRUDENTIALROCKYMOUNTAIN.COM An independently owned & operated member of The Prudential Real Estate Affiliates, Inc.


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In Partnership with the Longmont Area Realtors Association

Open Sat 1:30-3:30

Open Sat 1-3

Nancy McBride

Charming 3 bedroom, 3 bath plus unfinished bsmt. New flooring; new paint; stainless steel kitchen; all appliances included. Beautiful master suite with private balcony.

Carol Schack

REMAX Traditions 303-875-0589 • Toll Free: 800-228-0995, x123

(303) 931-4945 Prudential Rocky Mountain Realtors

Open Sun 10-4

Open Sat 10-4

8771 West Phillips Road Boulder $1,900,000

Beautiful 3BR/4B new home on 1.2 acres, views, privacy and backs to farmland.

Keller Williams FRP, LLC 303-579-3493 Cell • 303-440-8080 Office

Keller Williams FRP, LLC 303-579-3493 Cell • 303-440-8080 Office

Open Sunday 1-3

Open Saturday 10-12

Cindy Flanigan

1351 Stockton, Erie

1439 Beatrice Ct. Longmont $245,000

$250,000

3 BR 2 BA tri-level w/bsmt, great deck & close to walking paths!

Deanna Dyer

Dyer Realty Inc. 303-772-3200

New Floor plans. New pricing. Same great quality

MarkelHomes.com 303-589-5752

Open Sat & Sun 1-3

8516 Summerlin Drive Longmont $1,299,000

Custom home on 2+ acres with stunning views of the front range and surrounded by open space.

Cindy Flanigan

15th and Francis Prices starting at $249,900

493 E. 16th, Longmont $259,000

1145 Winslow Circle $279,000 3 bed, 3 bath, 2 car. Updated kitchen, stainless appliances. .25 acre lot, sprinkler system. Coveted Fox Hill location. Newer siding, windows, new paint, new carpet

Open Sat & Sun 11-6

Updated half duplex in Hover Village. Must see!

Deanna Dyer

Dyer Realty Inc. 303-772-3200

1020 Pratt St. Longmont $185,000

Well maintained 3 Br, 2 BA home on quiet street. From 9th Ave, go N 1 1/2 blks to property.

Mar vin Dyer

Dyer Realty Inc. 303-772-3200

Open Sat 1-3 1311 Longs Peak Ave. Longmont $225,000 Wood floors just refinished! Old Town charmer, no HOA, huge lot.

Deanna Dyer Dyer Realty Inc. 303-772-3200

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In Partnership with the Longmont Area Realtors Association

Open Sun 1-4

Open Sat & Sun 1-3

6817 Goldbranch Drive Niwot $2,995,000 Tuscan-style home with courtyard containing outdoor kitchen, fireplace and covered loggia.

Chris Kauflin Goldbranch Properties www.goldbranchestates.com • 303-808-0241

Open Sat & Sun 1-3

5268 Rustic Ave Firestone $239,900

Nearly New, perfect condition with 3 bed, 2 bath, deck and patio.

Jeanie Parsons

Wright Kingdom Real Estate stoneridge.info • 303-775-9612

Open Sun 11-1

Open Sun 2-4 16143 Higgins Fort Lupton $185,000

Great opportunity to own a wonderful light filled home with basement on 1 acre.

Julie Ann Markiewicz RE/MAX Alliance Julieann401@comcast.net • 303-995-3914

Open Sun 12-2

2628 Pheasant Drive Longmont $339,900

1823 Corey Longmont $155,900

Home Theater System Stays with the House, Move-in Ready. 4 bedrooms 4 bath. Close to MacIntosh Lake

Ready to move in! 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, sits on a large lot!

2 bed, 2bth, 2 car, ground floor condo.

Edward & Kathy Regel Regel & Associates, LLC

Julie Ann Markiewicz RE/MAX Alliance

ERA Tradewind Real Estate 303-909-5475 cell • 303-823-5413 home

Open Sat 12-3

Open Sat & Sun 12-5

kathy@regelassociates.com • 303-702-0605

7553 Crestview Dr. Niwot $879,500 Main Floor Master Gorgeous Home w/ Expansive Views 5 Bd/ 6 Ba • 6848 SF

Debra Hensen

Debra E Hensen Real Estate www.debrahensen.com • 303-819-0987

Julieann401@comcast.net • 303-995-3914

1665 Venice Ln SW Longmont

$208,778 1,400 Sq.Ft., Dual Master Suites, 2.5 Baths, 2 Car Attached Garage. Under Construction. Low-Maintenance, Built Green, Energy Star Rated www.LiveKingsbridge.com • 303-502-5338

1406 Whitehall Dr. D16. $165,000

Diane Carnahan


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Open Sun 11:30-1:00 839 Lashley Street, $99,000 2 bed, 1 bath, 3 car. Remodeled, lots of new! Refinished hardwood floors. Fenced back yard, new sod, storage shed. All new appliances included

Open Sat 11-1

Open Sat 1-3

1327 Sommerset Circle $264,500

11247 Cimmarron St. Firestone $283,000

4 bed, 4 baths, 3 car. Finished basement, rec room, office, 3/4 bath. Sprinkler system, Central Air. Huge eat in kitchen, formal dining room. Main floor master, 5 pc. bath.

Impeccable 4 BR + loft/office. Backs to open space with mountain views!

REMAX Traditions 303-875-0589 • Toll Free: 800-228-0995, x123

REMAX Traditions 303-875-0589 • Toll Free: 800-228-0995, x123

REMAX Traditions, Inc 303-618-5334

Open Sat 11-1

Open Sat & Sun 12-2

Open Sat 11-1

Nancy McBride

1400 E. 9th Ave, Longmont $239,000 Historic Farmhouse w/ Classic Charm & Modern Updates. Original hardwood, new windows, high ceilings. Expansive lot w/ mature trees, organic gardens. $3K Buyer Incentive!

Nancy McBride

Danielle Gerian

9362 Apache Road Longmont/ Frederick $499,900 8 acres impeccably cared for. Complete with all the extras. Totally updated,fabulous gourmet kitchen, granite, maple cabinets,stainless steel appl. Wonderful 2 story with fin basement, 5 bed 4 bath, large office 40X60 and 31X23 barn with tac room. Fabulous views.

1411 16th Ave. Longmont $405,000 Quality built home with custom decorator finishes. 4 bedroom; 3 bath 2 Story; 3 car tandem garage. Natural cherry cabinets; granite; stainless appliances. Professional Landscaping. MUST SEE!

Josh Landers

Margaret Kobobel

Gloria Wilson

RE/MAX Traditions • 303-819-1638

Re-Max Traditions 303-591-6935 cell • 303-772-3800 x169 office

Open Sat 1:30-3:30

Open Sat & Sun 11-1

Open Sat 12-3

721 Francis Longmont $315,000

2236 20th St., Longmont

Updated 4 Bedroom; 2 bath, Ranch in the heart of OLD TOWN. Huge fenced backyard with alley access. Garage with workshop; deck with hot tub. Wonderful Landscaping

One Acre - Unincorporated Boulder County. All Brick Ranch Style Home. Three Bedrooms, Two Baths. 20 x 12 enclosed sunroom. Room for all your toys. Quiet country within the city limits of Longmont.

REMAX Traditions 303-775-8832

Ken Kanemoto (303)772-2222 Prudential Rocky Mountain Realtors

Gloria Wilson

REMAX Traditions 303-775-8832

1112 Longs Peak Ave. $319,000 MUST SEE: Historic 4 Bedroom; 3 bath; Main floor master; oversized heated 2 car garage; updated.

Rick Hoge,

Broker Associate Colorado 1st Realty, LLC 303-678-7200 or 303-489-3198 Cell


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In Partnership with the Longmont Area Realtors Association

Unit #308 Open Sat & Sun 12-4 Hostess: Heather 10818 Cimarron St Units 1005, 308, 307, 305 & 204 Firestone $165,000 - $179,900 Special 100% Loans & Down Payment Assistance Avail for NEW 2&3 Bdrm, 2 Bath Condos w/Attached Garages. Enjoy Community Pool. Great Location!

Pat Kahler

RE/MAX Traditions 303-589-5752

Open Sunday 12-3

Open Sunday 1-3

Cher yl Craig

Craig & Associates-Metro Brokers CherylCraigHomes@gmail.com • 303.817.4446

Open Sat 1-4

MLS# 655204

2 bed, 2 bath + Study, 2329 sf main + 2309 unf bsmt. Brick ranch w/oversz two car garage. $92/mo includes outside watering, all landscape maintenance & snow removal to front door.

Dave Wagner

720-244-0980 ERA Tradewind

Open Sun 11-2

Jonelle Tucker

Broker Associate Coldwell Banker - Boulder 303.902.6250

Sprawling 4 bed/4 ba Ranch on .64 acres, mtn views, 3 car garage, RV pad, Gourmet Kit, formal din rm, luxury master suite, must see!

Garr y Callis

Legacy Real Estate Group 303-476-1982

Open Sun 2-5

1618 Otis Dr. NE Longmont $275,000 New Listing! 2 or 3 BD/2BA, Spacious and open, 3 car garage, huge basement, near golf, in popular Shadow Grass Park!

Jonelle Tucker

Broker Associate Coldwell Banker - Boulder 303.902.6250

Open Sat 12-2

2321 Calais Dr., NE Longmont $183,000

2BD+ Study, lovely views, near golf, huge garage, furnishings Included.

Jonelle Tucker

Broker Associate Coldwell Banker - Boulder 303.902.6250

Open Sunday 2-4 4018 Portofino Dr.

621 Glenarbor Cir., Longmont $379,900

517 2nd Ave, Lyons $248,000

1800+ finished SF, 2 or 3BD/4 BA, Low utility bills, Foothills views, Large Yard

3814 Jay Hawk Court, Dacono Eagle Meadow Community $490,000

3519 Boxelder Dr., Longmont $380,000

847 Tanager Circle Longmont $349,900

Beautiful Fox Meadows home is a “10”..and owner carry financing terms available. Check us out!!

Open Sat 11-1

4 Bed, 3 Bath, 5112 sq. ft. Great home directly on Ute Creek Golf Course with mountain views & southern exposure.

Chris Freeman

303-478-0300 ERA Tradewind

Longmont $795,000

Stunning location for this gorgeous 5 bdrm/5 Bath Custom-fronts to park & backs to greenbelt; huge gourmet kitchen; hardwood & 9 ft. ceilings; finished bsmt w/guest suite; luxury Master. #655688

Nancy Umbreit

Managing Broker, CRS, ABR, GRI

303-579-0970


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You could be getting up to 80 percent off your favorite martinis microbrews spa treatments dog washes theater nights mini golf days car maintenance house overhauls new duds fresh gear

$397,500

and much more.

CALL IT HOME.

303.466.3636 BOULDER/BROOMFIELD/LONGMONT 970.635.3650 LOVELAND

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OPEN HOUSE

DIRECTORY DAY

PRICE

LOCATION

ADDRESS

HOURS

OFFICE

PHONE

Saturday

$165,000

Longmont

2318 Lincoln St

12-2pm

Keller Williams 1st/Wright

720-331-1829

Saturday

$167,000

Longmont

2101 Bowen St

12-2pm

Keller Williams 1st/Snyder

720-849-0328

Saturday

$185,000

Longmont

1626 Amherst

1-3pm

McConnell Realty

303-823-6839

Saturday

$185,000

Longmont

1020 Pratt St

1-3 pm

Dyer Realty, Inc.

303-772-3200

Saturday

$195,000

Dacono

420 Andrew

9-11am

Keller Williams 1st/Berger

720-318-5218

Saturday

$199,900

Longmont

1438 Sherri Mar St.

1-3 pm

Wright Kingdom/Johnson

303-746-6307

Saturday

$199,900

Westminster

11130 Marshall

1-3pm

Keller Williams 1st/Nicholson

303-808-0401

Saturday

$204,900

Longmont

1261 Trail Ridge Rd

10-2pm

Keller Williams 1st/McCarver

303-378-9488

Saturday

$209,900

Longmont

521 Cameron Ct.

1-3 p.m.

Regel & Associates, LLC

303-702-0605

Saturday

$212,500

Longmont

1731 Venice Lane

1-3 pm

Wright Kingdom/Baulsir

720-564-6039

Saturday

$225,000

Longmont

847 Judson St.

1:00-3:00 pm

Prudential Rocky Mountain Realtors/Adams

303-435-0566

Saturday

$225,000

Longmont

2400 Collyer St

1-3pm

Keller Williams 1st/Hancock

303-775-1691

Saturday

$225,000

Longmont

1311 Longs Peak

1-3 pm

Dyer Realty, Inc.

303-772-3200

Saturday

$237,400

Lafayette

913 Harrison Dr

2-4pm

Keller Williams 1st/Taylor

303-746-0345

Saturday

$239,000

Longmont

1400 E 9th Ave

11-1pm

RE/MAX Traditions/Landers

303-819-1638

Saturday

$239,900

Longmont

1406 3rd Ave

12-3pm

Metro/Longo

303-941-9034

Saturday

$245,000

Longmont

1439 Beatrice Ct

10-12pm

Dyer Realty, Inc.

303-772-3200

Saturday

$248,000

Lyons

517 2nd Ave.,

1- 4pm

Coldwell Banker/Tucker

303-902-6250

Saturday

$249,900

Firestone

5809 Shenandoah Ave

1-3pm

Keller Williams 1st/Wise

970-581-3436

Saturday

$255,000

Longmont

1088 Princeton Dr.

1:30-3 pm

Re/Max Alliance/Crowder

303-775-0206

Saturday

$259,000

Longmont

493 E. 16th Ave

1:00 to 3:30 pm

Prudential Rocky Mtn/Schack

303-931-4945

Saturday

$269,900

Firestone

11288 DeerďŹ eld Dr

1-3pm

Keller Williams 1st/Carter

303-588-3655

Saturday

$279,000

Longmont

1145 Winslow Cir

1:30-3:30pm

RE/MAX Traditions/McBride

303-875-0589

Saturday

$280,000

Longmont

2236 20th St

11-1pm

Prudential Rocky Mtn/Kanemoto

303-772-2222

Saturday

$283,000

Firestone

11247 Cimmarron St

1-3pm

RE/MAX Traditons/Gerian

303-618-5334

Saturday

$319,000

Longmont

354 Grant St

2-4pm

Keller Williams 1st/Sugadhan

303-330-2203

Saturday

$319,000

Longmont

904 Sparrow Hawk Dr

10-12pm

Keller Williams 1st/Sugadhan

303-330-2203

Saturday

$319,000

Longmont

1112 Longs Peak Ave

12-3pm

CO 1st Realty/Hoge

303-489-3198

Saturday

$324,900

Longmont

637 Rider Ridge Dr

1-3pm

Keller Williams 1st/Bevan

303-359-0457

Saturday

$329,000

Longmont

1111 Button Rock

10-12pm

Keller Williams 1st/Bevan

303-359-0457

Saturday

$339,900

Longmont

2628 Pheasant Dr.

1-3 p.m.

Regel & Associates, LLC

303-702-0605

Saturday

$355,000

Longmont

643 Collyer Dt.

11-1 pm

Re/Max Alliance/Crowder

303-775-0206

Saturday

$374,900

Longmont

621 Glenarbor

12-2pm

ERA Tradewind/Freeman

303-478-0300

Saturday

$375,000

Longmont

2692 Pearl Howlett Rd.

1-3 pm

Wright Kingdom/Green

303-775-2553


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DIRECTORY DAY

PRICE

LOCATION

ADDRESS

HOURS

OFFICE

PHONE

Saturday

$399,627

Longmont

1171 Columbia Dr

12-3pm

Coldwell Banker/Kellogg

303-817-2417

Saturday

$490,000

Dacono

3814 Jay Hawk Ct

11-1pm

Legacy Real Estate/Callis

303-682-9299

Saturday

$550,000

Longmont

3745 Fowler Lane

11:30-1:30pm

Kearney Realty/Kearney

303-818-4055

Saturday

$879,500

Niwot

7553 Crestview Dr.

12-1 pm

Debra E Hensen Real Estate/Hensen

303-819-0987

Saturday

$1,299,000

Longmont

8516 Summerlin

10-4pm

Keller Williams/Flanigan

303-579-3493

Saturday

$127,500

Evans

1615 42nd St.

12:00pm - 2:00pm

Coldwell Banker/Cragg

720-839-4106

Saturday

$334,900

Longmont

681 Penhurst Circle

11:00am - 2:00pm

Coldwell Banker/Pereira

303-834-5018

Saturday

$612,000

Loveland

3805 Willowrock Dr.

1:00pm - 4:00pm

Coldwell Banker/Torres

720-320-1405

Sunday

$99,900

Longmont

839 Lashley Street

11-1pm

RE/MAX Traditions/McBride

303-875-0589

Sunday

$155,900

Longmont

1823 Corey

11-1 pm

Re/Max Alliance/Markiewicz

303-995-3914

Sunday

$165,000

Longmont

1406 Whitehall Dr 16-D

12-2pm

ERA Tradewind/Carnahan

303-909-5475

Sunday

$183,000

Longmont

2321 Calais Dr. G

2- 5pm

Coldwell Banker/Tucker

303-902-6250

Sunday

$185,000

Ft. Lupton

16143 Higgins

2-4 pm

Re/Max Alliance/Markiewicz

303-995-3914

Sunday

$185,000

Longmont

1223 Linden

1-3pm

McConnell Realty

303-823-6839

Sunday

$185,000

Longmont

1020 Pratt St

1-3 pm

Dyer Realty, Inc.

303-772-3200

Sunday

$199,900

Westminster

11130 Marshall St

1-3pm

Keller Wlliams 1st/Nicholson

303-808-0401

Sunday

$200,000

Longmont

1238 Lincoln St.

1-4 pm

Wright Kingdom/Bickell

303-250-1928

Sunday

$204,900

Longmont

1261 Trail Ridge Rd

10-2pm

Keller Williams 1st/McCarver

303-378-9488

Sunday

$239,000

Longmont

1432 Deerwood Dr.

12-2 pm

Prudential Rocky Mountain Realtors/CaulďŹ eld

303-818-7403

Sunday

$249,900

Firestone

5809 Shenandoah Ave

1-3pm

Keller Williams 1st/Wise

970-581-3436

Sunday

$250,000

Longmont

1620 23rd Ave

12:00pm - 2:00pm

Coldwell Banker/Ankrum

303-588-4228

Sunday

$250,000

Longmont

2340 Atwood St.

1-3 pm

Wright Kingdom/Bashor

303-775-2994

Sunday

$250,000

Erie

1351 Stockton

1-3 pm

Dyer Realty, Inc.

303-772-3200

Sunday

$257,000

Firestone

11311 Dover

1-3pm

Keller Williams1st/Nuechterlein

303-775-5132

Sunday

$259,900

Longmont

743 Snowberry St.

2-4 pm

Wright Kingdom/Connolly

720-564-6060

Sunday

$263,000

Longmont

3838 Columbia

1-4 pm

Re/Max of Bouder

303-931-4812

Sunday

$264,500

Longmont

1327 Sommerset Cir

11-1pm

RE/MAX Traditions/McBride

303-875-0589

Sunday

$275,000

Longmont

1618 Otis Dr.

11- 2pm

Coldwell Banker/Tucker

303-902-6250

Sunday

$299,900

Longmont

1328 Carnation Cir.

1-4 pm

Wrioght Kingdom/Rodgers

303-541-1904

Sunday

$315,000

Longmont

415 Francis

11-1:00 pm

RE/MAX Traditions/Wilson

303-775-8832

Sunday

$320,000

Longmont

1616 Whitehall Dr.

2-4 pm

Wright Kingdom/Sobol

303-885-9806

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DIRECTORY DAY

PRICE

LOCATION

ADDRESS

HOURS

OFFICE

PHONE

Sunday

$324,900

Longmont

637 Rider Ridge Dr

11-1pm

Keller Williams 1st/Sugadhan

303-330-2202

Sunday

$335,000

Longmont

2073 Gold Finch Ct

1-3pm

Niwot Real Estate/Ponesse

303-419-3551

Sunday

$349,900

Longmont

847 Tanager

12-3pm

Metro/Craig & Associates

303-817-4446

Sunday

$380,000

Longmont

3519 Boxelder Dr

1-3pm

ERA Tradewind/Wagner

720-244-0980

Sunday

$405,000

Longmont

1411 16th Avenue

1:15 p.m.-3:15 p.m. RE/MAX Traditions/Wilson

303-775-8832

Sunday

$469,000

Lafayette

2019 Clipper

11-1pm

Colorado Landmark/Clifford

303-579-1029

Sunday

$479,900

Longmont

2071 Amethyst

1-3pm

CO Front Range/Johnson

303-507-9115

Sunday

$599,000

Longmont

9360 Yellowstone Rd.

1:00-3:00 pm

Prudential Rocky Mountain Realtors/Adams

303-435-0566

Sunday

$689,000

Boulder

644 Dewey Ave.

1-4 pm

Prudential Real Estate of the Rockies

303-884-5785

Sunday

$769,000

Boulder

2055 Kohler Dr.

1-3 pm

Wright Kingdom/Yarwood

303-808-0076

Sunday

$795,000

Longmont

8791 N 87th

2-5pm

Colorado Landmark/Clifford

303-579-1029

Sunday

$795,000

Longmont

4018 Portofino

2-4pm

Equity CO/Umbreit

303-579-0970

Sunday

$950,000

Boulder

3555 9th St.

2-4 pm

Wright Kingdom/Raymer

303-523-9859

Sunday

$1,900,000

Boulder

8771 West Phillips Rd

10-4pm

Keller Williams/Flanigan

303-579-3493

Sunday

$2,995,000

Niwot

6851 Goldbranch Drive

1-4 pm

Goldbranch Properties/Kauflin

303-808-0241

Sunday

$247,900

Erie

1665 Leyner Dr.

12:00pm - 2:00pm

Coldwell Banker/Napier

303-775-5234

DAY

PRICE

LOCATION

ADDRESS

HOURS

OFFICE

PHONE

Saturday & Sunday

$208,778

Longmont

1665 Venice Lane

12-5 pm

Boulder Creek Life & Home

303-502-5338

Saturday & Sunday

$239,900

Firestone

5268 Rustic Ave.

1-3 pm

Wright Kingdom/Parsons

303-775-9612

Saturday & Sunday

$249,000

Longmont

15th & Francis

11-6 pm

Markel Homes

303-589-5752

Saturday & Sunday

$499,900

Longmont/Frederick

9362 Apache Road

12- 2pm

RE/MAX Traditions/Kobobel

303-591-6935

Saturday & Sunday

$165,000-$179,900

Firestone

10818 Cimarron St #308 12-4 pm

RE/MAX Traditions/Kahler

303-589-5752

• YOU FIND THE HOME. • I CLOSE THE DEAL. • WE SPLIT THE COMMISSION.*

“Working with Tommy was great and he saved us over $5,000 on the price of our house in commission fees alone!” ~ Cathy H. of Westminster

LEARN MORE ABOUT COMMISSION REBATES AT

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* Clients receive at least half of the buy-side commission that I receive... which is typically 2.8% of the purchase price of the home. While individual results will vary, this generally means that clients will get back at least 1.4% of purchase price. The commission rebate is provided as a credit at closing, requiring buyers to bring less cash to the closing table.

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