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Blooms Brighten any room with amaryllis displays

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Holiday decoration is all in the preparation

Bright Blooms for Winter

By Sean Conway Tribune Media Services

’Tis the season for Hippeastrum! For those who don’t speak horticultural Latin, let me rephrase: ’Tis the season for amaryllis. The bulbs we commonly refer to as Amaryllis are actually a separate genus of the amaryllis family called Hippeastrum and are comprised of 70 to 75 different species and more than 600 cultivars. Once only available through specialty catalogs and garden centers, amaryllis bulbs are now available at grocery stores, mass retailers and even at drug store chains. Why the surge in popularity? The answer lies in the life cycle of the plant, and the ease with which anybody can grow this beautiful bulb. Amaryllis bulbs go through a growth cycle similar to the daffodil bulb. In the spring they send up green strap-like leaves, which feed the plant during its active growing period throughout the summer. During fall months, when days shorten, the bulb goes into dormancy and rests. In the wild, the ability to go into a dormant state helps the plant survive during periods of little or no rain. Growers of amaryllis bulbs are able to package and ship bulbs while they are dormant with little to no harm to the plant. Once planted and given water and light, the bulbs grow and bloom. Bulbs planted in mid to late fall will bloom in four to six weeks when grown in a sunny window. Begin by potting up your bulb in a clay or ceramic pot. Lightweight plastic pots may not be heavy enough to prevent your plant from tipping over when in bloom. Choose a pot that allows at least 1 inch of space between the edge of the bulb and the edge of the pot. Be sure your pot has a drainage hole at the bottom. Like most bulbs, amaryllis bulbs prefer well-drained soils or they will rot. I

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use a well-balanced commercial potting mix as a base and then add a generous handful of sand to the mix to ensure good drainage. Commercially grown amaryllis bulbs come in a variety of sizes and it is best to choose the largest size bulbs you can find. The larger the bulb, the more flower spikes you will have on your plant. If you order your bulbs online, choose the jumbo size. Fill the bottom third of the pot with soil and gently place the bulb’s roots on top of the soil. Cover the bulb up to its rim, leaving the neck exposed. Water well with slightly warm water and place the pot in a sunny window. Water sparingly until the bulb begins to grow. This may take several weeks. During this period it is important not to over water or you run the risk of rotting the bulb before it has put out roots. Once your bulb begins to show signs of life, it will begin to grow rapidly. Most bulbs push up flower stalks first, followed by leaves. When the blooms have faded, cut the stalk at the base of the bulb and place the pot back in the window, keeping it evenly moist. After the bulb is done blooming feed it every two to three weeks with a well-balanced, water-soluble fertilizer. When spring arrives, place your plant outside in a shaded area after the danger of frost has passed. Most plants benefit greatly from a summer vacation outdoors, and amaryllis bulbs are no exception. Water and fertilize regularly until mid-September, then hold off the water until the leaves begin to turn slightly yellow. Once the leaves have begun to die back, place the bulb in a cool, dark location for another four to six weeks, and then repot in fresh potting soil and place it back in a sunny window for a repeat show just in time for the holidays.

Decking your halls is a sure-fire way to have a festive holiday. But decorating well doesn’t have to be stressful – check out these 10 quick tips. 1. Stay with one theme and style. It makes shopping for decor easier and makes your space feel professionally finished. 2. Let your nose know it’s the holiday season. For an aroma-filled extravaganza, place potpourri and scented candles near your entry and throughout your house. Or, better yet, bake some cookies shortly before guests arrive. 3. Choose two or three colors for your holiday palette, and keep it consistent. Multiple color palettes can be too distracting. Try silver, blue and white, or red, gold and brown. 4. Create an inexpensive family tradition that involves the kids. Purchase a ready-made wreath of greens, and gather items to decorate it. Use pinecones, ribbons, crystals, feathers, beaded garland or homemade paper snowflakes. 5. Give your space a different look and feel for this special time of year. Rearrange your furniture so the focal point becomes the fireplace or wherever you hang stockings. If you don’t have a fireplace, arrange the furniture to create the best layout for cozy conversations. 6. Colored lights can be costly if you change your color palette from year to year. Stick with white lights; they can be used with any color scheme. 7. Start investing in a collection – something that can continue to grow through the years and can be passed on to the next generation. Check out online auction sites for vintage decorations. 8. Use a lot of candles. Nothing makes a room feel warmer and more inviting than candlelight. 9. Bring the holiday celebration into every room. Kitchens and bathrooms are a great place to put smaller seasonal knickknacks. 10. The holiday season is definitely one time where “less is more” does not apply. Have fun and do it up big. – Courtesy Sienna Penik and Erin Oosterhouse on

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On the Cover By following a few simple cultivation steps, virtually anybody can coax beautiful amaryllis bulbs to bloom indoors in the winter. See story above. (Tribune Media Services)


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Label, color code kid clutter Put labels on drawers and containers (remember, everything has its place) and – with color dots – code what goes in those boxes. For example, puzzles with green dots go in the “green” box. This can also be useful with siblings who may argue over possessions; give each his or her own color.– HGTV

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Dear Helaine and Joe: I bought a three-piece set – settee, rocker and armchair – from an antique store 11 years ago and paid $500. My husband and I tied the springs and reupholstered it. Could you divine its age, style and current value? Thank you. – L.G. Dear L.G.: This parlor set may have had a few more pieces when it was new. There may have been, for example, a mate to the armchair, plus two to four matching side chairs. Full sets of this type of furniture seldom turn up, and the fact that you have the matching rocking chair is a bit unusual because these were often separated out. The love-seat size of the sofa is typical of parlor furniture made at the turn of the 20th century. As mentioned, the three-piece set in today’s question was made circa 1900, but there is some debate as to how to describe the style. The wood appears to be mahogany. This observation is significant because it means this set could be English in origin. If England is the place of manufacture, it is proper to call this set Edwardian after King Edward VII, son of Queen Victoria, who ruled after her death from 1901 to 1910. However, purists find it inappropriate to refer to an American-made piece of furniture crafted in this style during this time period as Edwardian, but they then struggle to find a better, more appropriate term. As for the insurance-replacement value, this parlor set should be valued in the $800 to $1,200 range.

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“I read that this is because of the recession; we’re not supposed to be bright and festive,” Brunette says. “But I don’t really buy that – I like multi colors.” And because I have multi-colored lights for my house and don’t want to feel hopelessly unhip, I agree with him. But there’s beauty in single color lights that capture the eye, if you know how to use them. The secret to getting drama with unvarying color is to mix bulb sizes. Tricking the eye into thinking they’re twinkling, the combination of large bulbs (size C-7) with smaller lights jazzes up icicle strands along gutters and branch lights on trees. For the illusion to have its best effect, match the colors. Get your trees into the spirit by wrapping them up in lights. For a professional touch, wrap evergreens in a spiral, and if



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When the tip of the week hit first, they were just this dull my e-mail inbox, I knew the white, but now the technology holidays were arriving. Sent by has caught up and they’re the Associated Landscape Conbrighter than incandescents.” tractors of Colorado, the subLED lights take less energy to ject line “What’s new in holiday run – up to 80 percent – and lights?” was enough to kick last an average of 50,000 hours, start my spirit, which had been instead of the 25,000-hour dampened by the long fall. lifespan of incandescent. And Carol O’Meara the nuisance of hunting for the The e-tip spoke of trends for Colorado State one burned out or loose bulb 2010, and offered tips for how University Extension that keeps the whole strand to make your yard light up the neighborhood. dark is a thing of the past with LEDs, which light up even if “Two things I’ve seen marone bulb is shot. Made from epoxy resin, keted this year are the LED and solar powLED bulbs are harder to break than the ered lights,” says Chad Brunette, president glass incandescents, Brunette says. of Thunderbird Designs in Denver. “LED lights are growing in popularity; though Currently, my home is in transition and they’re expensive up front, you’ll save mon- caught with half LED lights and half incaney down the road with them. They don’t descent. The result is a hodgepodge of get hot like incandescent lights, so there’s sparkle; the tree and lawn ornaments are less worry of hazard on trees and houses.” blasted out by the blaze of light coming off To get the most from your lights, go with the house. But each year we convert a few more strands, and our decor is slowly comLED, says Brunette, an ALCC member. ing out of the dark ages. “Solar powered Christmas lights are pretty dim; I don’t see that the technology is up to When getting ready to string up your it yet. But it will be, if given time. LEDs house, keep a few tips from ALCC in mind. were like this when they first came out; Multi-color lights are out; instead, single they weren’t as good as they are now. At colors of white and one other color are in.


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Some people believe that Realtors and reCongress for the 2010 tax year. A small al estate agents are the same thing. While it business owner may deduct not only the is true that all Realtors are real estate cost of medical expenses, but also the cost agents, it is not true that all real estate of the premiums paid. The corporate world agents are Realtors. has been pulling medical premiums out pretax for years. More than half of the 46 milAccording to the National Association of lion uninsured Americans are self-emRealtors, there may be an equal number of ployed, own small firms or work for small Realtor and non-member real estate agents. Realtors, in addition to subscribing to a Reemployers. This is not just a problem for altor code of ethics and continual memberDave Wagner the unemployed. Currently, more than one ship to local and state boards, are NAR Longmont Association in four Realtors are without health insurmembers. They are committed to not only of Realtors ance. transact real estate, but to contribute to and Other issues championed recently by serve with the largest trade organization in the country, NAR in Congress include H.R. 1105, that was signed standing at 1.1 million members. Lest one think they into law, and with it a declaration that, going forward, aren’t feeling the downturn, note that there are neither real estate brokerage or real estate management 300,000 fewer Realtors than there once were. can be classified as a financial activity that banks Many do not understand that when an agent works should be allowed to operate in. NAR helped restore at ERA, Prudential, Keller Williams, Re/Max, Coldwell National Flood Insurance, and influence real estate setBanker or others, they usually are only affiliated with tlement procedures (RESPA) allowing more “apples to the brand and its marketing tools, and are not emapples” comparison of lender quotes. Guidelines to ployed by them. In actuality, every agent pays both prevent predatory lending, underwriting, appraisal issides of their social security taxes, typically must find sues, loan modification, foreclosure and short sale istheir own health insurance, errors and omissions insues also had NAR involvement. NAR has been a surance, licensing, continuing education, subscriptions strong advocate for mortgage lending reform. Conand pay into some or all of the common expenses assogresses’ answer, however, would have severely impactciated with their own small business. There are also ined seller-financing in the initial draft of the legislation. dependent Realtor members within each board of RealNAR worked with a bipartisan set of members of tors absorbing the same. Congress to reduce the bill’s impact on seller-financing Where the “Realtors, more than that” statement and ensure that consumers would have this tool at comes in, is what makes the organization of Realtors so their disposal. As many know the Mortgage Interest amazing. As an organization, Realtors are in the top Deduction (MID) will be on the congressional chopseven nationally as to political action fundraisers, even ping block in January 2011, and Realtor professionals though each is self employed. Some have called it a will be there fighting to save it. Many believe that the “Realtor union” which is about like calling you and loss of such deductions sends the wrong message about me, members of the “Tax Payers Union,” except the home ownership, and further reduces discretionary inNational Association of Realtors may be better orgacome for a property owner. nized. Though not tax deductible, Realtors give to ReHence the value such a large and focused group can altor Political Action Committees because NAR fights have, as the arch over Yellowstone National Park says, for small business issues, and all individuals’ rights to “For the Benefit and Enjoyment of the People.” own, use and transfer real property. When they win in Dave Wagner is the President of the Longmont Association of ReCongress, all types of small businesses win. altors. He can be reached at ERA Tradewind Real Estate at 303684-6356 or by e-mail at One of many examples is a NAR recent victory in

Winterize your pantry Article Resource Association

Summer is gone, and it’s time to prepare for the annual battle against the inconveniences of winter. While modern technology has minimized or eliminated many of winter’s challenges, some preparations are best left to a more traditional solution. Maintaining a well-stocked pantry was once a “life and death” issue, says Chef Bridget Charters, of The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of Seattle. Charters, like many Americans, remembers her family pantry organized like a food library – neatly stacked and labeled cans and jars of meat, fruit and vegetables, stockpiled to provide sustenance throughout the winter months, and rotated for freshness and to minimize waste. Today, modern conveniences have made “out-of-season” a thing of the past. Maintaining a well-stocked pantry is an excellent way to manage your family’s diet; and by following a few simple guidelines, you can ensure you’ve made a responsible choice for your family and for your community. Charters recommends setting aside a dry, unlit area in your kitchen or basement storage area that is easily accessible. She recommends blanching your vegetables before freezing, freezing hearty soups in small containers, or “bullet freezing” chunks of rhubarb or whole tomatoes to add to your pantry. Charters also recommends: • Blanching greens and freezing in bags for soups. • Making vegetable soups to freeze. • Bullet freezing berries whole. • Making pesto and other sauces for freezing • Making freezer jams • Grating excess zucchini and freezing on sheet pans.


Hover Manor Senior Apartment Residence

cial Freedom Acquisition LLC, Amount: $68,623, Property: 350 Francis St, Longmont, Filed: 11/10/10 • Borrower: Deborah Soto & Shanti Hobbs, Lender: Chase Home Finance LLC, Amount: $152,274, Property: 1065 Townley Cir, Longmont, Filed: 11/04/10

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ty: 1641 Amherst Dr, Longmont, Filed: 11/10/10 • Borrower: Tod & Alicia Rieder, Lender: US Bank National Association, Amount: $173,465, Property: 837 Collyer St, Longmont, Filed: 11/10/10 • Borrower: Glen Henry, Lender: Finan-

Washer/Dryer Facilities

• Borrower: Elsie McCleery & Deborah Wolf, Lender: Premier Members Federal Credit Union, Amount: $228,588, Proper-








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• Borrower: Donald & Tracy Terrell, Lender: Citimortgage Inc, Amount: $127,969, Property: 1814 Rice St, Longmont, Filed: 11/10/10

• Borrower: Sherri Blain, Lender: Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, Amount: $196,000, Property: 819 Martin St, Longmont, Filed: 11/09/10


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MOBILE HOMES ✭ BUYING/SELLING Local park needs used mob in Melody Valley. W/some homes. We´re buying! Big TLC it will be a gem! Sale! Many single & dbl Mostly hrdwd flrs on main wides. Fin avl, auto aplevel under some carpets. proval on owner fin homes. Lg kitch, din room. $179,000 Bad credit OK! Moves avl. 970-222-1473 ✭ 690-2725 or 690-3283 ✭

For You✭ WOW WHAT VIEWS! ✭Opportunity 4 Bdrm, 3 ba, 2 car bi-level 2.8 acres, water tap in & paid. Electric close, septic needed & Ish res irrig wtr. $100K, just SE of Berthoud. Call Mark Sullivan at ERA Tradewind (303)684-6335

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

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Longmont • Ann Lillie from Donald Begalle, 3713 Yale Way, Longmont, $234,000, home • Stephanie & Benjamin Baldwin from Otis Dillow, 1416 3rd Ave, Longmont, $295,000, home • Erin White from Shirley Dygert, 114 8th Ave, Longmont, $167,000, home • George Peters from Fannie Mae, 716 Goss Dr, Longmont, $94,200, home • Barrett Odenbach from Jennifer Frank, 1601 Great Western Dr Unit G6, Longmont, $155,800, condo • Longmont City from Linda Kolby, 12136 County Road 1, Longmont, $260,000, home • Gregory Schlepp from Frank Nibley, 1900 Wasach Dr, Longmont, $475,000, home • Gloria Pantucci from Anna Woofenden, 225 E 8th Ave, Longmont, $78,000, home • Hare & Rama Thapa from James Young, 1008 Chokecherry Ln, Longmont, $235,000, home • Luis Maldonado from Bank America National Association, 108 Forsyth Dr, Longmont, $112,500, home • Gay Kuhlmann from Boulder Creek Shadowgrass LLC, 1534 Otis Dr, Longmont, $351,100, home • Jeff Henriksen from Richard Carstens, 8697 Portico Ln, Longmont, $1,100,000, home • Greg & Amy Payne from Fannie Mae, 603 E 4th Ave, Longmont, $93,000, home • Bradley & Melissa Agee from Federal Home Loan Mortgage, 2848 15th Ave, Longmont, $175,000, home • Scott & Dorothy Dorman from Firstbank Longmont, 4501 Nelson Rd Unit 2103, Longmont, $124,000, condo • Apollos Hinshaw from Christopher Jones, 1637 Mount Evans Dr, Longmont, $171,500, home • Sharon Marietta from Sonoma Pinnacle LLC, 1170 Olympia Ave Unit 17f, Longmont, $199,000, condo • Stout Inc from Tri Global Development LLC, 121 E 9th Ave, Longmont, $145,600, home • Jenny Mitchell from John Carson, 1931 Red Cloud Rd, Longmont, $290,000, home • Clifford Rufenach from Stein Cass, 3581 Larkspur Cir, Longmont, $335,000, home • Donald Marvel from Guaran-

ty Bank Trust Co, 1379 Charles Dr Unit As, Longmont, $234,000, condo • Glenn Wilson from Martin Panega, 1311 Cumberland Dr, Longmont, $237,000, home • David & Carol Monhollen from William Patience, 1229 E 4th Ave, Longmont, $223,000, home • Sue Kachnic from Sendera Properties LLC, 1404 Whitehall Dr Unit 17H, Longmont, $188,000, condo Berthoud • Dennis Inc from Home St Bank, 1729 Wales Dr, Berthoud, $62,300, home • Timmy Phillips from Tyson Hull, 1737 Exeter St, Berthoud, $385,000, home Dacono • Margaret Dowling from Michael Mooradian, 4630 Sedona Ln, Dacono, $285,000, home • 52 LLC from Helen McMurray, 901 Carbondale Dr, Dacono, $200,000, home Erie • Caroline McKinney from Susan Honse, 112 Huntley Creek Ct, Erie, $144,900, home • Jared Nelson from Jeffrey Searing, 1246 Hickory Dr, Erie, $317,000, home • William & Mary Martin from Taylor Morrison Colo Inc, 1125 Petras St, Erie, $326,700, home • Robert & Theresa Stjohn from Taylor Morrison Colo Inc, 537 Powers St, Erie, $400,000, home • Joshua Dillman from Taylor Morrison Colo Inc, 1138 Mircos St, Erie, $308,900, home • Utpal Amin from Taylor Morrison Colo Inc, 1120 Lasnik St, Erie, $357,900, home • Jill Anderson from Fannie Mae, 1647 Palmer Ln, Erie, $249,000, home • Shaun Hoobler from Fannie Mae, 1319 Stockton Dr, Erie, $214,900, home • Gregory Voss from Kevin Skeens, 1196 Hickory Way, Erie, $650,000, home • Beverly & Joseph Bertron from Six Point Erie Village LLC, 1111 Village Cir, Erie, $295,000, home Firestone • Jason Leapley from Glenn Tomchek, 11250 Dover St, Firestone, $217,500, home Fort Lupton • Perla Hernandez from Guadencio Flores, 1211 8th St, Fort Lupton, $127,500, home

Frederick • Colo Inc from Bl Leasing LLC, 4289 Commerce Dr, Frederick, $950,000, home Lyons • David Martin from David Janson, 616 Hickory Dr, Lyons, $80,000, home • Catherine Bonde from Lyons Glen LLC, 507 2nd Ave Unit11, Lyons, $238,000, condo Niwot • Lorene Cushman from Deutsche Bank Natl Trust Co, 8050 Niwot Rd Unit 22w, Niwot, $81,500, condo • Loren & Candace Donnell from Wellborn Ina M, 7177 Christopher Ct, Niwot, $388,000, home Foreclosures – notice of election and demand • Borrower: Ronald & Sheila Kelsey, Lender: US Bank NA F/K/A First Bank National, Amount: $62,991, Property: 320 S 3rd Ave, Ault, Filed: 11/22/10 • Borrower: James & Janet Howard, Lender: PHH Mortgage Corporation, Amount: $252,140, Property: 360 Bunyan Ave, Berthoud, Filed: 11/19/10 • Borrower: Armando Miramontes, Lender: GMAC Mortgage LLC, Amount: $252,375, Property: 644 Munson Ct, Berthoud, Filed: 11/22/10 • Borrower: Cory & Marcy Braesch, Lender: HSBC Bank USA National Association, Amount: $516,990, Property: 2419 County Road 46, Berthoud, Filed: 11/23/10 • Borrower: Nicholas & Sarah Lundeen, Lender: Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, Amount: $191,616, Property: 4665 Wildgrass Pl, Dacono, Filed: 11/18/10 • Borrower: Sopheap & Luon Somkhit, Lender: Keybank National Association, Amount: $38,398, Property: 1101 Sunrise Cir, Dacono, Filed: 11/22/10 • Borrower: Robert & Audra Dunn, Lender: Citimortgage Inc, Amount: $211,030, Property: 502 Sundance Cir, Dacono, Filed: 11/24/10 • Borrower: Douglas Dalsbo, Lender: Ocwen Loan Servicing LLC As Servicer, Amount: $120,856, Property: 2800 Blue Sky Cir 2-106, Erie, Filed: 11/22/10 • Borrower: Danielle Richards, Lender: BAC Home Loans Servicing LP, Amount: $174,833, Property: 405 McClure Ave, Firestone, Filed: 11/18/10

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• Borrower: Guillermina Perez, Lender: Great Western Bank, Amount: $63,102, Property: 5905 Shenandoah Ave, Firestone, Filed: 11/22/10 • Borrower: Kevin Allen, Lender: Wells Fargo Bank NA, Amount: $104,554, Property: 158 Florence Ave, Firestone, Filed: 11/22/10 • Borrower: Robert & Reyne Messer, Lender: Citimortgage Inc, Amount: $292,496, Property: 5975 Sparrow Ave, Firestone, Filed: 11/23/10 • Borrower: Elva & Juan Garcia, Lender: Aurora Loan Services LLC, Amount: $238,814, Property: 800 S Broadway Ave, Fort Lupton, Filed: 11/18/10 • Borrower: Andres Castillo, Lender: Wells Fargo Bank NA, Amount: $141,111, Property: 358 Sunnyside Ln, Longmont, Filed: 11/18/10 • Borrower: Martha Van Wormer, Lender: Citimortgage Inc, Amount: $99,065, Property: 1533 Kimbark St, Longmont, Filed: 11/18/10 • Borrower: James & Cheryl Beisel, Lender: GMAC Mortgage LLC, Amount: $269,633, Property: 1123 Columbia Dr, Longmont, Filed: 11/19/10 • Borrower: James Morris & Marianna Lonergan, Lender: Wells Fargo Bank NA, Amount: $210,999, Property: 1826 Lashley St, Longmont, Filed: 11/22/10 • Borrower: Colleen Wadle & James Olson, Lender: Chase Home Finance LLC, Amount: $177,580, Property: 2 University Dr, Longmont, Filed: 11/24/10 • Borrower: David & Paula Hix, Lender: Aurora Loan Services LLC, Amount: $266,399, Property: 561 Peregrine Cir, Longmont, Filed: 11/19/10 • Borrower: Maelyn Madrid & Louis Garcia, Lender: PNC Bank National Association, Amount: $122,096, Property: 1332 Collyer St, Longmont, Filed: 11/19/10 • Borrower: Ronald & Carrie Olson, Lender: Firstbank, Amount: $124,019, Property: 831 S Terry St, Longmont, Filed: 11/19/10 • Borrower: Pamela Trepke, Lender: GMAC Mortgage LLC, Amount: $105,880, Property: 600 Mount Evans St, Longmont, Filed: 11/24/10 • Borrower: Gerardo Sifuentes, Lender: Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas, Amount: $199,404, Property: 1246 Fremont Ct, Longmont, Filed: 11/24/10 • Borrower: Robert Duran,


Lender: JPMorgan Chase Bank National Association, Amount: $242,300, Property: 1215 Reserve Dr, Longmont, Filed: 11/22/10 • Borrower: Thomas & Kathleen Forsyth, Lender: Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, Amount: $152,915, Property: 725 Hilltop St, Longmont, Filed: 11/22/10 • Borrower: Karen & Stanley Majorowski, Lender: BAC Home Loans Servicing LP, Amount: $223,890, Property: 165 Sunset St, Longmont, Filed: 11/22/10 • Borrower: Lisa Henry, Lender: Chase Home Finance LLC, Amount: $173,433, Property: 231 River View Ct, Longmont, Filed: 11/23/10 • Borrower: Raul Pichardo, Lender: Federal National Mortgage Association, Amount: $235,559, Property: 106 Dawson Pl, Longmont, Filed: 11/24/10 • Borrower: David & Theresa Robinson, Lender: Beneficial Financial 1 Inc, Amount: $271,389, Property: 1920 Spruce Ave, Longmont, Filed: 11/24/10 • Borrower: Wendy & Robert Nelson, Lender: Federal National Mortgage Association, Amount: $203,895, Property: 806 Elliott St, Longmont, Filed: 11/24/10 • Borrower: Vicente Martinez, Lender: Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas, Amount: $178,000, Property: 1226 Autumn Ct, Longmont, Filed: 11/24/10 • Borrower: Abel Garcia, Lender: Wells Fargo Bank NA, Amount: $139,680, Property: 10407 Butte Dr, Longmont, Filed: 11/18/10 • Borrower: Douglas Smith, Lender: Wells Fargo Bank NA, Amount: $187,112, Property: 5846 County Road 18, Longmont, Filed: 11/19/10 • Borrower: Wendy Layden, Lender: Aurora Loan Services LLC, Amount: $314,678, Property: 920 Mccalls Aly, Lyons, Filed: 11/18/10 • Borrower: Marla Williams, Lender: Chase Home Finance LLC, Amount: $412,519, Property: 280 Dry Hollow Ct, Lyons, Filed: 11/22/10 • Borrower: Margaret Forbess, Lender: Citibank NA As Trustee, Amount: $168,006, Property: 866 Elliott St, Longmont, Filed: 11/05/10 • Borrower: Tiffany Morrison, Lender: BAC Home Loans Servicing LP, Amount: $166,134, Property: 742 Cameron Ln, Longmont, Filed: 11/10/10


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December 4, 2010


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315 Cattail Ct



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