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October 24, 2009

Make use of fall’s free-fertilizer By Joe Lamp’l Scripps Howard News Service

Fall is in the air. The mornings are cool and crisp, the leaves are changing and college football is in full swing. It’s clearly my favorite time of year. But those reasons aren’t what make it so great for me. As lovely as deciduous trees are when their leaves are in glorious shades of red, yellow, orange and rust, my favorite part of this season is after the leaves have fallen. Once the now-brown leaves begin to blanket my lawn and beds, I know that it is compost time. To be clear, I don’t relish the work of clearing off those leaves any more than you do. But I do have a deep appreciation for what they will mean to my garden and landscape a few months from now, so I am happy to prepare the way. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Where most people see leaf debris as trash, along with hours of raking, bagging and hauling, I see garden beds blanketed in rich organic compost. Before they fall to the ground, leaves contain 50 to 80 percent of the nutrients that are extracted from the earth by tree roots. I will recycle this precious resource to replenish the soil and nourish all that grows within it. As the leaves break down, earthworms will feast on them and then burrow deeper into the soil, de-

positing castings, and thus adding even more valuable nutrients and oxygen while improving drainage in the process. Beneficial fungi and bacteria will also assist in decomposition, consuming this raw leaf material and returning it in a nutrientrich form that can be utilized by plant and tree roots more efficiently and effectively than anything man has ever created. Within weeks after these shredded leaves are applied around my garden beds, they’ll begin a transformation into composted organic matter that promotes the life of soil-dwelling organisms. Which in turn fortifies the plants and trees to be more pestand disease-resistant. And what makes composted organic matter amazing is that no matter what condition your soil is in to begin with, compost will help make loose soil retain moisture, and compacted soil will drain better. As much as I relish this gift of nature for my garden, I see another opportunity to justify its use in the name of environmental stewardship. By keeping leaves, grass clippings and other yard waste at home, we can reduce overall landfill volume by 20 percent. Rather than ending up as unnecessary trash, these organic amendments could be going into our own gardens to enrich the soil while reducing the need for supplemental fertilizers and other unnecessary chemicals.

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New look for homes is fresh and comfortable Article Resource Association

The “modern” of the new millennium is taking a turn from the past. Extremist modern decorating – with angled edges, geometric shapes and cube-inspired items – has evolved. Today’s soft-modern is welcoming and easy to live in – with delicate designs, flowing lines and understated details. Up-todate and unfussy, this new modern look is fresh and comfortable. “Soft modern decorating is really the wave of the future,” says Judy Riley, vice president of design at Moen. “It bypasses all the fleeting trends and features a comfortable, confident look that still manages to be fresh and current. Plus, its style is truly timeless – with clean, simple lines and a spacious, uncluttered feel – the soft modern approach will look as good in 10 years as it does today.”

To begin integrating soft modern style cues in your home, try these tips. • Light, fresh colors form the ideal backdrop for this decorating style. If you’re worried that neutral tones will show scuffs and dirt spots, don’t – paints, such as Porcelain from Pratt & Lambert are manufactured to be extremely durable. Porcelain actually allows you to scrub the walls without damaging the paint finish, so any accidental dirt marks or spills can easily be cleaned. • Following the direction of the walls, flooring should be neutral, comfortable to the foot and easy to maintain. Luxury vinyl tile, such as NAFCO by Tarkett, features attractive designs to fit any room of your house and closely mimics the classic, sophisticated looks of authentic tile, plank, stone, slate and other natural textures. • When considering lighting, make the most of natural light from windows and skylights. For accent lighting, try small pendant lights and wall-mounted lights – which can disperse light throughout the room for a soft, romantic

Featuring soft modern style cues, highlights of the Fina faucet from ShowHouse by Moen include its high-arc, marquise-shaped spout, lever handle and contemporary-shaped base. The beautifully designed faucet also features a flow-optimized aerator for water savings. (ARA)

effect. • Furniture should be relaxed and comfortable – think sectional, overstuffed couches and chairs. Another trademark look of the soft modern style is that everything doesn’t have to match – an unmatched look is completely appropriate for this welcoming decorating trend. Once you’ve initiated the overall soft modern decor style in your home, you can choose certain rooms in which to concentrate. A good rule of thumb is to start with the rooms you use most, such as the kitchen, bathroom and bedroom. • In the kitchen, the focal point should be your dining table. Any shape will coordinate well with a soft modern flair. However a solid wood table is not only beautiful, but is also easy to care for and virtually lasts forever. Another nice option fitting of this design style is a glass-topped table. You can get the best of both worlds with Crate & Barrel’s Halo table, which features a beautiful glass top that’s perfectly flat on the surface but has a deep,

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light-refracting reverse bevel on the underside. A solid chestnut wood base echoes the halo with its own center top ring in a deep, rich cognac. • In the bathroom, concentrate on the often-used sink area. Here, it’s the faucet that should take center stage. For a clean, uncluttered look to complement a stylish sink, try the new Fina single-handle lavatory faucet from ShowHouse by Moen. Featuring soft modern style cues, highlights of the faucet include its high-arc, marquise-shaped spout, lever handle and contemporary-shaped base. The beautifully designed faucet also features a flow-optimized aerator for water savings. “We’re finding that homeowners are looking for softer, modern styles featuring smooth lines, curved surfaces and rounded features,” says Shawn Hardy, ShowHouse brand manager. “The Fina collection offers a unique combination of modern styling with graceful, elegant details – and now provides homeowners additional design options with the single-handle faucet.”

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Additionally, the Fina faucet has been certified to meet WaterSense criteria, meaning the fixture meets the Environmental Protection Agency’s guidelines as an environmentally responsible and efficient product. The faucet flows at 1.5 gallons per minute (gpm), versus the traditional flow of 2.2 gpm – providing consumers the sensational water experience they are accustomed to, while reducing water usage by up to 32 percent. • Finally, in the bedroom, the center of attention should be the bed. Look for strong headboards which don’t overwhelm the room and add your personal flair to the style. Pottery Barn offers a number of styles which fit a soft modern design style – including the innovative Stratton Smart Technology headboard, which provides several built-in storage options as well as a centralized plug-in point for lamps, clocks, cell phones and more. To add the finishing touch to your newly decorated home, place carefully selected accessories in each room.

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On the Cover A red and white fan quilt is a great fall accent. See page 8. (AP/Wisteria)


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Paintings hold more than visual appeal By Helaine Fendelman and Joe Rosson Scripps Howard News Service

Dear Helaine and Joe: I inherited two paintings of sailing ships about which I would like some information. One is named “Racing to Bermuda” and signed by J. Arnold. The same artist painted the second, titled “Macquarie.” Are they valuable? – A.W. Dear A.W.: Some paintings have huge monetary values, but the majority of paintings that most people hang on their walls do not. The primary value of this latter group is in the aesthetic appeal they have for their owners, or perhaps in the sentimental and familial connections they may represent. Before the advent of photography, if a family had a painting on the wall, it was probably that of an ancestor or perhaps a depiction of the homeowner(s) or children. If, however, the picture was purely decorative, it was likely to be a landscape or – if the family lived near the water – a seascape. The majority of these seascapes or maritime paintings were done in the Dutch or English tradition, and there are many collectors in the United States and Europe who find them compellingly attractive. Images with human figures performing tasks, ships tossed in turbulent seas, ships in famous military engagements and ships with flags that are identifiable are among the most eagerly collected maritime paintings. As to who might have painted these two particular works, there are two choices – one is John Arnold, and the other is Jay Arnold. There is some thought that these may be one and the same artist, but that is open to some conjecture and no positive proof either way could be found. These two paintings appear to be both in his style and encompass specific subjects that he often depicted. Unfortunately, there is no biographical information about this artist that we could find, except that a number of his paintings have come up for sale in 2007 and 2008. Jay Arnold is a mid-20th-century artist whose work titled “Macquarie” sold for $400 at Myers Fine Art in St. Petersburg, Fla., on Nov. 30, 2008. This vibrant painting is a night scene, and should be valued in the $800 to $1,000 range for insurance purposes. We would like to have known the size of both of these paintings, but we feel that “Racing to Bermuda” is worth a tad less than “Macquarie” and should be valued for insurance purposes in the $600 to $700 range. Helaine Fendelman and Joe Rosson are the authors of “Price It Yourself” (HarperResource, $19.95). Contact them at Treasures in Your Attic, P.O. Box 27540, Knoxville, TN 37927. E-mail them at treasures@knology.net.


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Spiders

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Carol O’Meara Colorado State University Extension

A tarantula came to live in my office recently, which means the other staff leave me alone more often than I’m used to. He’s a cute little thing, about the size of a Buick, but despite the enormous binder sitting on top of his cage, the office pool on when he’ll escape keeps getting larger. Native to the southeastern part of the state, this Oklahoma brown tarantula (Aphonopelma hentzi) was captured doing what all males of his ilk do once they approach the end of their lifespan: wander about looking for love. After years spent quietly tending the burrow, when the end is near, males go forth into the world searching for a mate. Too often, their quest ends in tragedy on the highway, as drivers rarely slow down to wait at spider crossings. Plucked from the road and brought north by a human who meant to save him this fate, this hapless fellow was for sale when my friends spotted it. Knowing I’m a sucker for rescue tarantulas, they bought it to live out its days – around two to three months – as the best Do Not Disturb sign my office has ever had. While tarantulas are commonly found in southeastern and southwestern Colorado, they aren’t normally encountered farther north. The larger arachnids scaring people along the Front Range are those with names such as wolfs, cats and orb weavers. The largest we’re likely to find are burrowing wolf spiders, (Geolycosa spp.), which are inclined to stroll about, entering homes as they hunt for food. But though they’re big, hairy and have huge eyes, they aren’t after your children, so there’s no need to pummel them with a broom. Try collecting them in a large cup or Tupperware container and taking them back

outdoors. If spiders dangling from webs give you the shivers, you might want to avoid the banded garden spider (Argiope trifasciata). Easily the largest orb weaver Colorado has, this silverwith-black-and-yellow stripes spider is a craftsman at spinning perfect webs. Though harmless, the banded garden spider warns people when they’re too close by grasping the web and jumping up and down, looking like it’s getting the momentum up for a leap at your jugular. Don’t worry, they won’t go airborne, but you should back slowly away. More commonly found is a web spinner of a different sort in garages, sheds and barns. In these shelters the catface, or monkyface, spider (Araneus gemmoides) likes to live. The small head accents the huge, bulbous abdomen, which on females can swell to an impressive quarter-inch diameter. The pair of rounded bumps on their back is what gives the spider the look of a cat’s face. These, too, are harmless, even though their legs sport wicked spines. Because many spiders in homes are seasonal

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Tax credit will end soon By Chris Kissell bankrate.com

“There is a motivation for first-time home buyers to act, and we are seeing that activity big time,” he says. “If that motivation goes away in regard to the tax credit, yeah, it’s going to have an impact. And I could see it being somewhat significant.” Any slowdown associated with a decision to let the credit expire likely would be felt quickly, as buyers realize they’ve run out of time to find, bid on and close on a new home before the credit elapses, Sipe says.

First-time home buyers across the nation are scrambling to close on their purchases before the scheduled Nov. 30 expiration of the government’s $8,000 housing tax credit. “In literally the last 30 days in my area, there is a massive sense of urgency for first-time home buyers,” says Chris Sipe, senior mortgage consultant at Mason Dixon Funding in Frederick, Md. “We’re experiencing really high volume.” “There is a motivation for Proponents of the credit say it has sigfirst-time home buyers to act, nificantly boosted and we are seeing that activity home sales activity. big time. If that motivation goes To date, 1.4 million new home buyers away in regard to the tax credit, have claimed the tax yeah, it’s going to have an credit, according to the Internal Revenue impact. And I could see it being Service. somewhat significant.” Right now, there are at least six proChris Sipe, senior mortgage posals in Congress consultant at Mason Dixon to extend, and possiFunding in Frederick, Md. bly expand, the credit. While a credit But not everyone agrees continuation seems increasthat a disappearing tax credit ingly likely, it’s not a sure would result in vanishing thing at a time of heightened sales. concern about ballooning Dan Green, a loan officer deficits. And how would a with Waterstone Mortgage in decision to let the credit exCincinnati, believes the credpire in November affect the it has boosted the housing housing market? market, and by extension the David Kuiper, a mortgage planner at First Place Bank in overall economy. Holland, Mich., worries that However, an expiring tax if the credit is allowed to excredit’s impact on housing pire, “we will see the door sales “won’t be as dire as inslam shut” on buying actividustry lobbyists would have ty. The end of the tax credit you believe,” he says. would eliminate a major cat“People aren’t buying bealyst for many first-time cause of the credit,” Green shoppers to enter the market, says. “It’s a nice bonus, but he says. That in turn would they are not buying just bedampen move-up buyer accause the credit exists.” tivity, he adds. Rather, increased afford“Not having the tax credit ability and low mortgage as an added incentive will rates are driving people back cause a lot of first-time buyinto the market. ers to not take action and will be very detrimental to In fact, extending the credthe housing recovery,” it into 2010 could do more Kuiper says. harm than good, Green says. Sipe agrees the end of the He contends a deadline was a credit would cause sales to major factor in the success of dip, at least in the short term. the Cash for Clunkers.

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Comfort

Creations

Above left: Replicas of hand carved wood scoops. (AP/Pottery Barn) Above right: Reproductions of 19th century game boards. (AP/Wisteria) Left: A painted pine dowry chest. (AP/Wisteria)

Home decor this fall reflects realism in textures, colors, details

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Perhaps the biggest theme in home decorating going into fall is comfortable, real, personalized style. “The perfect-home look is over,” says Deborah Needleman, former editor-inchief of Domino magazine. “It is so not of this moment. We’re living in a freer time in terms of design and style. You can simultaneously love modern design, rustic pottery, some piece you picked up on the side of the street – all these things can live happily together in your home.” Where fashion goes, home decor is never far behind. And this fall, home retailers continue to take cues from decades past, such as ’60s and ’70s styles ranging from loose and relaxed to sophisticated and worldly. Watch for country-style furniture; cottage print textiles; farm animal motifs; quilts as wall hangings and throws; folk art and faux general-store signage as wall art; flour-sack pillow covers; baskets and hooked rugs. This isn’t throwback decor, with armies of ducks marching across the kitchen wallpaper or plaid ribbons festooning every chair; the vibe is comfortable, yet contemporary. The floral prints are updated, and graphic prints are bold. Wisteria has some striking game boards, unique replicas of old weather vanes and a variety of colorful quilts. Pottery Barn also stocks a quilt collec-

tion, as well as crewelwork pillows, galvanized steel serveware and cool repro signage. Americana is big. You’ll see the flag and other patriotic symbols rendered in faux-vintage painted wood, distressed cotton and painted tin. The colors of the warmer months take on a deeper tone, so the lilac becomes plum, and the sunny yellow is now ochre. Burnt orange and deep crimson remain important hues. If there’s such a thing as American Boho, then its sister must be Global Boho: Russian folk prints, needlepointed rugs, Moorish motifs, hammered silver Thai vases, handcrafted pottery and exotic Asian furniture. Homegoods has been touring the East Coast this summer with a mobile home full of style ideas. They recently set it up in Manhattan; Needleman was on hand, admiring colorful silk pillows, faux croc trays, and other eclectic, luxurious yet affordable furnishings. She’s teamed up with the retailer on a fun “Stylescope” – an online quiz that helps you define your own style. Hers, she says, is Bohemian Classic. “A Bohemian look is a reflection of its owner’s particular tastes and interests, and also I think, an appreciation of the best of what other cultures

have to offer,” she says. Textures are prominent this fall: faux reptile, suede and hammered tin. Crate & Barrel has several embroidered floral rugs and pillows worth considering, as well as slubby cotton curtains reminiscent of barkcloth. The ’70s were also made for all things Mexican; now we see beautiful Mexican-style ceramics showing up in stools and decorative items. In fact, ceramics of every sort are important; you’ll notice a lot of interesting craft in lampshades, vases and trays. In the ’60s we were hipsters, in the ’70s we were disco fans. We’ll see some of the groove and the glamour of these eras now and through the holidays, with metallics, glass and fur playing a role. Black and white furnishings stay strong, with shots of purple, sapphire, lime and chrome yellow. Look for clear Lucite tables, shag rugs, patent leather and steel furniture, and a lot of white.

Butterfly Jacquard pillows. (AP/Homegoods)


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Add a new bath in your small home Article Resource Association

Smaller homes are making a comeback. More families are hanging onto their existing homes and improving these smaller properties, instead of trading up. Maximizing livable space is how the American Institute of Architects describes this new trend, a by-product of a down new-housing and real estate market. Smaller remodel projects – finishing attics and basements – readily achieve that goal, making the home more enjoyable today while increasing its resale value tomorrow. Nearly 130 million homes are currently in need of work, including adjustments to meet “changing preferences and lifestyles,” such as family members returning home to live, according to the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University. As the owner of a smaller home, you should know that adding even a small bathroom is among the best investments you can make, typically returning 65 percent or more of the cost on resale. In the attic or the basement, you can save money on a bath addition by using macerating plumbing, which requires no digging for under-floor drainage piping. For this same reason, you can also convert an

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MOUNTAIN VIEWS from this beautiful home on the park! Big kitchen w/ stainless apps, nice tile, granite island. Large master w/ sitting area, lux bath. Nicely landscaped yard w/ covered porch, sandstone patio. Walk to great schools. www.1518.wkre.com $538,000

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UPDATED FOUR BED, 2 bath home in great school district, one block from park! Updates including new double-paned windows, gutters, interior/exterior paint, carpet, appliances, and more! Wood floors throughout main level. Spacious, fully fenced backyard! www.1233.wkre.com $204,000

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WOW! COMPLETELY REDONE & STUNNING MODULAR HM. Brazilian walnut hardwood flrs, Kit w/all new cabinets, granite counters, SS appls, cozy breakfast rm overlooking pond & open space. 2 decks, 2 car gar, vaulted ceilings, 3 skylights, ceiling fans, custom molding on windows & doors, fresh paint- BETTER THAN NEW! www.11040.wkre.com . $79,900

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Historic, 1 bdrm apt, $600/ mo, heat & water incl, off street pkng. 303-772-6961.

Apartments/ Unfurnished

2 BDRM, 1 BA, 1000 Sq Ft, quiet, W/D, patio, lots of storage! No Pets. 2041 Meadow Drive. $680/month. (303)449-1932

1 BDRM - Nice inside, W/D. All utils paid ~ $600. 2 bdrm, 2 ba, A/C, W/D Avail Now. (303)817-8776 1st Month RENT FREE SUPER CLEAN Berthoud Townhomes 1602 4th Street ✭ 2 Bdrm avail now- $695 ✭ 1 Bdrm avail now- $550 MUST SEE! No Pets. Non-Smoking. Close to I-25, Hwy 60 & 287. Sherry, (970)222-0502.

included. Close to Rec Ctr. CLEAN 2 BDRM, $350 move in special for W/D hkups, large yard. 720 1st months rent. Call PMP, 303-776-RENT. Martin. $750. (720)371-4624

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

Apartments/ Unfurnished

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2 Br, 2 Ba Now $795

303-684-6821

1100 East 17th Ave.

LE DEAUVILLE APARTMENTS ROOMY & READY

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

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•1809 EMERY ST2 bdrm in 4-Plex, off st parking, W/D, pet nego. $625. (303)447-8988.

1 & 2 bdrms Available Now!

• FREE EW Washer/Dryer h & Carport • Wood-burning fireplace • Large balconies/patios • Approved pets accepted • MTM leases available • Within walking distance of shopping, restaurants & RTD • One bdr starting at $675 & 2 bdr now at $820! • On Line leasing available

2036 ESTES LANE 2 bdrm, newly remod, off st pkng, $595. 303-485-0272. Se habla español.

3-PLEX in Firestone- 1 bdrm, 1.75 ba. W/D hk. 565 2 bdrm, 1 ba, $625+dep. No 1st St #2. $525. 720-936-1854 smk/pets. Southmoor Pk 720-261-6449 or 303-776-7156. 430 sq. ft. Efficiency, extra lg, kitchenette, prkg, rural 2 BDRM, 1 BA, $680/mo, setting. $475/mo + dep. Pets ok. (303)775-8717 only $250 deposit & 1st mo rent FREE! Gas & Wtr paid. 1433 Emery St. Se CLEAN 2 BDRM near Habla Espanol. 303-678-6221 downtown, laundry room, storage. N/P. $600+ dep. Call, (303)324-9922 321 QUAIL

1 BDRM ON COFFMAN 2 BDRM APT $525. On-site laundry, 2 BDRM, 1.5 ba, $600/mo. PREMIUM, A/C, off-st pkng. N/S. BERTHOUD 1075 3rd St. $100 off 1st mo for early Avail now. (303)651-2881 A&G Property, 303-419-8552 October move in! On-site strg/prkng/lndry. 1 & 2 BDRM Apt Homes Heat inc, $695/mo. Fox Ridge Apts Premier 1 BDRM, prkg, coin w/d, 2+ BDRM, 1 bath, west Gated Community. Pets h/w pd, safe area, no pets. side, W/D hkups, off st Elliott Apts. (303)772-6452 OK! For Info & Specials... $75 off of 1st mo. $550. pkng. Pets nego. $750 + dep. Call, 303-507-8955 303-772-4785 or 303-507-8955 Call (303)774-9944 • 32 VALENTINE LN1/2 Month´s Free Rent! 2 bdrm in 4-Plex, off st parking, W/D, pet nego. $625. Pennant (303)447-8988.

APARTMENTS

We accept cash, checks &

303.772.3737

CLOVERBASIN VILLAGE *LIMITED NUMBER AVAILABLE • 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath 1 Available @ $725 • 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath AS LOW AS $755! • 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Townhouses AS LOW AS $975! •Full Size Washer & Dryer Hookups •Close to Bus lines ***Income Guidelines Apply***

**We Accept Foreclosures** • Pets Welcome • 24/Hr Fitness Center • Prices subject to change

1-888-837-4912 630 Peck Drive, Longmont West on Nelson/ Airport Rd

Apartments/ Unfurnished EASTGLEN APTS 630 Lashley, Longmont (303)682-2943 1, 2 & 3 BEDROOMS: 2 bdrm savings thru Nov Pool, air, laundry Call for other specials. ✭Wtr, trash, sewer pd

EFFICIENCIES STARTING AT $495! Ask about our

Move-in Specials!!

Call PMP, 303-776-RENT.

HAMILTON PARK APTS. 1406 N. 4th St., Berthoud. Offers 1 bdrm for people 62 or older or disabled, with or without children. Rent based on income. Now accepting applications EHOP. 970-532-3725 or TDD 800-659-2656

HORIZON PLACE 1 Bdrm- $550 2 Bdrm- $625 Secure bldg, swimming pool, A/C, on-site laundry. Call PMP, 303-776-RENT ✭✭Lanyon Park Apts, 2 bdrm, spacious, all appliances, laundry on-site, cats/no dogs, $625 Call mgr 720-494-7637 or Mock 303-497-0668

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

1254 SHERMAN DR 2410 Sq Ft Indust space. $1400/mo. K-II Realty (303)775-1646

North Longmont, 1 bdrm apt, 62+ or disabled. Call for our specials. (303)485-5232

1500 SF- 936 MAIN ST Good visibility, overhead door. $1200/mo. 303-885-7617

REDUCED RENTS 1, 2 & 3 BDRM Apartment Homes The Shores Apartments, Hwy 66 & Airport Rd (303)774-8000

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

Thistle Communities Longmont Low rent & deposit 1 Bdrm starting at $500 2 Bdrm starting at $595 One month FREE on select units. 15 3rd Ave 303-651-9496 Se habla Espanol.

✭ LANYON PARK APTS Spacious 1 bdrm, range, UNIQUE townhouse style, refrig, dishwasher, laundry 2154 Dexter Dr, 2 bdrm, 1.5 facility, cat negotiable, ba, balcony, laundry fac, $635 Mock 303-497-0668 $525. On site 720-494-7637 or onsite 303-774-7550 Mock 303-497-0668 LUXURIOUS 1 & 2 BDRMS •Hardwood flooring, •Stainless steel appliances, •Granite countertops, pool, •24 hour fitness center 2540 Sunset Drive ● 1-877-320-3313

NICE Place! 1 bdrm, 1 ba, laundry, pkng, patio, sm pet ok. $475. 303-332-6636.

1800 SF. Auto, auto paint, furniture stripping, welding, etc need not apply. 502 2nd Street, Unit 3, Berthoud 970-221-0997

30 X 40 SHOP with car hoist. Heated. $800 + utilities. Call (720)290-6354. 727 KIMBARK: 6 room house, 2 ba, partial fin bsmnt, fncd, can be used for business/home. $1150. Nelson Management 303-776-0684 or 303-709-1573 BODY SHOP for rent, 2200 sqft, $1450/mo. 1st, last & dep. 303-517-3365

INDUSTRIAL SPACE

Information on 96 Properties for Lease www.longmontcommercial.com Ken Kanemoto

303-772-2222

43-135856

BUILDING FOR LEASE VALUE PLACE FIRESTONE

NEWLY renovated 1 & 2 bdrms, close to Boulder, Lake front & Mtn views starting at only $670. 3226 Lake Park Way 1-877-320-3305

Commercial/ Industrial

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● $549 MONTHLY New building. Furn studios, full kitchens, free utils, no lease. I-25 & Hwy 119, Longmont exit 240. 303-485-0040 *New guests only. Bring ad to qualify.

2,250 sf office/shop space 3 OH doors/secure outdoor storage 907 S. Sherman location $1,800/mo $9.60/sf NN NN = $2.39

OFFICE SPACE 519 Main St. For Lease 800sf $12.00/sf + util

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Commercial/ Industrial

CLASSIFIEDS 303-776-7440 or visit www.timescall.com ● FREDERICK Versatile! Light industrial/office, 960 sf & 1920 sf, from $695 303-857-8777

Condos/ Townhouses 1 BDRM, 1 ba, off st pkng, no stairs, pool, BBQ, 225 E 8th. $575. Alert 303-776-5156

1 BDRM, 2 Bdrm & 2+ Bdrm available from NE Longmont to S Longmont. Starting at $675! Call PML INC for locations & more details! (303)772-5934 Lrg 2 BDRM, 1.5 ba, 2 car gar, carpet, drapes, self cleaning stove, frig, DW, W/D hkp, gas heat, A/C, fncd back yd, no pets. $800+dep. 2231 Dexter #D. 303-776-1287 or 303-747-2219 2 BDRM, 1 ba, new appls incl W/D. No smk/pets. 225 E 8th Ave. $675/mo + $675/ dep. App req´d. 303-678-8663 3 BDRM, 1.5 BA, lg 1650 sf a/c, w/d hkups, dw, prkg, bsmt, $850. 303-931-3263 3 BDRM, 2.5 ba, warm charming, W/D, designer finishes, gar & carport. $1000/mo. 720-221-7678 3 BDRM Townhome, 1364 SF, W/D hkup, 2 ba, $250 dep, $999/mo! 888-837-4912 *We Accept Foreclosures*

2 BEDROOMReconditioned with new paint & carpet. ONLY $695! Balance of Oct Rent Free! 1326 Sumner. Call (303)651-2277

Condos/ Townhouses TOWNHOME NE Longmont, 1875 Sq Ft, 2 master brdm, 3 bath A/C, bsmt, gar. No smk/pet. $1250. (720)320-9684

Duplexes

Houses

LARGE 3 bdrm, 2 ba, 3 bdrm, 2.5 ba, NW vaulted ceilings, AC, bsmt. Longmont, 2 story, gas No pets. $900. (303)499-7997 frplc, fenced, 2 car gar., $1300 lease + dep. 303-417-1290

Houses

Houses BEAUTIFUL HOME IN FIRESTONE TO RENT!!

1700 SF, 3 bedroom, 2 bath shed included. Call for details! *Expires 10/31/09 Sun Homes at Eagle Crest 1-888-246-5232 3 BDRM, 2 BA, 2 car gar, 1129 Vivian St www.4eaglecrest.com all appl´s, very clean, TWNHS, 2 bdrm, 2.5 ba, 4 Bdrm, 2 Ba, W/D, frpl, w/d hkup, 1 car, $950/ 1800 sq ft, Newly Remdl Berthoud. $1200/mo., pets mo + $500 dep, 303-776-0928 Carpet, HD Floors, Fncd nego. Avl 11/1. 303-589-3346 yrd,pets neg ,no smkin $1250.mo 303-772-7492 3 BDRM, 2 BA, 2 car gar, Ranch, Fox Creek Subdv. BEST BUYS 1415 GAY- Longmont, $1375/mo + utils. No pets/ No obligation House 2 bdrm, 1 ba, hrdwd flrs, smoking. (303)702-1778 Hunter message 1-866-651-5021 X 1040 1/2 MONTH FREE RENT! int remodeled, great yd, W/D www.hometownvalue.us ● 16 EMERY WAY incl. Avl Nov 1st, pets 727 KIMBARK , cheerful 4 bdrm, 2 bath duplex in nego. $950. (303)442-6569 2/3 bdrm house 2 ba, Lgmt. Available now. screened front porch, LR, $950/mo. Pets nego. DR, nook, partial fin Call Pennant, (303)447-8988. 1640 METROPOLITAN 3 Bdrm, loft + study, 2 ba, bsmnt, fncd, can be used 2 car, bsmt. Avail 11/1/09. for business/home. $1000. ● 1332 SUMNER #1 Nelson Management $1300/mo. Jim, 303-775-0163 2 bdrm in 4-plex, W/D 303-776-0684 or 303-709-1573 hkups, off st pkng. $675. RMG Realty, (303)772-4466 1 7 0 2 L O N G S P E A K , Longmont, 2 bdrm, 1 ba, SPACIOUS 3 bdrm, 2 ba, in hw flr, fncd yd, near golf the country, great views. ● 1862 YEAGEROnly $825/mo + $300 sec 2 bdrm, 1 bath, off st pkng. crs, $975/mo. 303-641-4767 dep. Se Habla Espanol. $675. RMG RE, 303-772-4466 303-678-6221 2 bdrm 1 ba, gar, fen´d yd, 253 E St Clair, avail 11/2. 3+ BDRM, 3BA, 2 car gar, 2 BDRM, 1 ba, gar, pet $875/$875/$875. 303-772-5642 Fenced yard, Backs to neg, 1618 Lamplight $825 green space, Near 17th & 3 BDRM, 1.75 bath, dbl Lrg 2 BDRM, 1 ba, gas/wtr Pace, $1500 + dep., Pets gar, 1730 Linden, $1050 pd. No pet. $650/mo. 1315 neg. 303-746-6770 3 BDRM, 1.5 ba, double Coffman St. 303-875-1399 gar, 2160 Sumac, $1050 3 BDRM, 1.75 bath, 3 BDRM, 4 Bdrm & 4+ 2Xgar, deck, 1500 SF, 2 BDRM, 1 BA, remod, Bdrm now available. 1918 24th, $1100 2 car, w/d hkups, N/P/S, Homes have yards, 3 BDRM, 1.75 ba, very $850, avl 11-1 303-550-0002 garages, views and nice - in & out, +gar, much more. Prices range 1406 Venice, $1250 from $1195 to $1675. Alert Realty 303-776-5156 Call PML INC @ (303)772-5934 for more information and locations! 2 BDRM, 1 bath, carport, 1346 Terry St, $715 0 APP FEE! Clean 2 bdrm, 2 BDRM- 1.5 ba, gar, nr large yard. $750. park, 1358 Merl, $795 720 Martin. 720-371-4624 2 BDRM, 1.5 ba, gar, lg 3 BDRM, 4 YRS OLD, bdrm, 1844 Lincoln, $825 ● 3105 ALMERIA WAY3 baths, A/C, frplc, 4 BDRM, 2.5 ba, carport, (NW Longmont) 3 bdrms + 2 car gar, 2000 Sq Ft, bsmt, 1900 SF! 1734 a loft, 1-3/4 baths, unfin unfinished basement. Cambridge, $975 bsmt, 2 car gar, W/D incl, $1250. (303)905-6600 Alert Realty 303-776-5156 spacious deck! No yard work! Comm pool. $1225/ mo. RMG RE (303)772-4466 3BDRM+ loft, 2 bath remodeled, on park, no • 31 ANCHORAGE CT2 BEDROOM, GAR, pets, smokers, $1050 + 1/2 Month´s Free Rent! Fncd yd, D/W, W/D 4 bdrm, 2 bath, fam room, utilities, Brian 720-6416632 hkup, water paid. fenced yard. $1275. 472 Lashley. $725 + Pennant Inv, (303)447-8988. 4 & 5 BEDROOM HOMES! $725/dep. (303)638-9738.

TOWNHOMES FOR RENT $0 APP FEE. Rent/rent to 3 BDRM, 2 ba, 2 car, frpl, hkups, ranch. $1150, 1729 • 1601 Great Western own, 3 bdrm, 2 ba, 2 car, Antero Dr (970)481-9424. • 640 Gooseberry $1050/mo. (303)485-9396 Call PMP, 303-776-RENT.

Duplexes

3 BDRM, 1 full ba, priv fncd yd, 1 car gar, incl AVAIL, Quiet 2 bdrm, 1.5 W/D. $895/mo. 303-238-8900 bath, complete kitch, W/D hkup, priv patio storage, 3 BDRM, 2 BA, carport. N/S, N/P 333 23rd. $725 + $600/dep. W/D, DW, 15th & Centennial $825 (303)651-2881 (303)772-3152 / 303-532-6522

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Houses

Houses

BRAND NEW Home in NW Longmont! 3 bdrm, 2 bath, 2 car gar. $1450/mo. Call (303)514-3706.

● FREE NOV RENT! 2 story, 3 bdrm + den, 2 ba, 2 car, AC, new carpet, fncd. Pets nego. $1175/mo. 946 GRANITE. RMG RE, (303)772-4466

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Country Living SW of Longmont, surrounded by open space. 3 BDRM, 3 ba, GIANT 6 bdrm on large custom ranch w/walk out corner lot, fncd. 740 E 4th bsmnt, 2 car oversize gar Ave. $1350. (720)371-4624 w/tons of storage. 3840 sqft w/spectacular mountain views. 1 acre beautifully landscaped, open flr plan, STOP impressive mstr suite, 2nd FORECLOSURE NOW! kitch off sunrm, easy ShortPayTheBank.com commute to Boulder/ Longmont. No smk/pets, A/C, WD, $1850/mo. Ref´s req. Please call 303-772-5233 WHY RENT??? Get $8000 for buying 0 Down/0 Closing Frederick / Firestone Call for details • 730 Carbondale- Apt $550 Ken or Tammy 970-663-5008

• 5844 Canyon Way • 10239 Barron GREAT DEALS!! Call PMP, 303-776-RENT.

You may be able to buy a home with as little as $1,000 down & receive $8000 from the Government! Call Devin O´Branagan ERA Tradewind

303-775-0710

Check out the pet columns in classifieds for that special companion you’re looking for.

Sell, Advertise, Recruit

• 1661 Denison • 2401 Atwood Call PMP, 303-776-RENT 341 S. RIDGE PL- $1000/mo + utils, 2 bdrm, 1 ba, att 2 ● 48 BAYLOR- 2700 Sq Ft, car, Front/back yd, big 4 bdrm 3 ba, stunning lndry rm w/W/D. Pets mountain view! $1600/mo. nego. Call Erin 303-668-5081 RMG Realty, (303)772-4466

3 BD HOUSE BARGAINS! • 831 S. Terry • 1022 Kansas

3 BDRM & 2 BDRM • 2226 Medford Duplexes available in FOX MEADOWS • 329 Sumner Longmont with off st Great 2 bdrm, 2 bath, frpl, Some with MIS parking or garage, yard W/D hookup, high ceilings, Call TODAY! & more! 2 bdrms start at upgraded appliances & PMP, 303-776-RENT. $695 & 3 bdrm for $895. finishes. Reserved parking, Call PML INC @ pool. $850+ Utilities. Custom home on 1/3 Acre, (303)772-5934 for locations! cul-de-sac off Golf Course, Valentiner & Associates. 3 bdrm 3 ba, w/ huge office (303)443-9342 spaces and rec area, mar✭✭✭✭✭✭✭✭✭ ble fireplace, dishwasher, NEW KITCHEN DUPLEXES! W/D hkups, 2 car gar., & CARPET- 2 bdrm, • 1453 Lamplighter storage shed, off street 1 1⁄2 ba, W/D hkups, • 1963 Meadow • 1444 Terry parking, huge backyard, DW, gar, central A/C. • 1011 Harmon Pl great for home-based busi$850. 1815 Donovan Dr. Call PMP for more details, ness, $1750/mo, 720-203-3747 Avail 11/1. 720-841-7229. 303-776-RENT.

5 BDRM, 1 3/4 BA, newly remod, close to schools, hot tub, lg fnd yd, sm dog nego. N/S. $1400/mo. 303-503-2433.

AVAIL 11/1. NICE! 5 bdrm, 3 ba, big gar, big yd. Pets nego. $1450/mo + dep. 303-378-3014. BEAUTIFUL newer executive 4 bdrm, 2.5 bath, 3000 Sq Ft, $1650/mo. Call Fama at 720-494-0265 for walkthru @ 1709 Preston Drive.

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Office Space 5 ROOM prof office space. 820 sqft. 1245 Francis. High visibility loc. $845/mo. 303-776-3150 or 303-776-6845

BRAND NEW HOMES!! ✭✭✭✭✭✭

I have 5 left! I am willing to finance Payments including lot:

800 SQ FT in downtown Berthoud. $800/mo. + dep. Available now. 303-870-8872

$680-$795 DOUBLEWIDES!

CLASSIFIEDS 303-776-7440 or visit www.timescall.com

CALL NOW! 970-420-8488

335 SQ FT in downtown Berthoud. $500/mo + dep. Available now. 970-532-2652. 500 to 2500 SQFT or individual offices avail. Good traffic exposure. 303-523-3369

GROUND LEVEL Office space available in professional office building. 518 Sq Ft, 710 Sq Ft or 1228 Sq Ft. Call PML Inc for more info, (303)772-5934.

Non-smoker/drinker $450/ mo w/ util. Furn bdrm & ba. 303-776-4369

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

PROFESSIONAL Offices N. Longmont. Single & 3 ofc suite. All grnd lvl, 2 entr, great prkg. 303-956-1141

Retail Space

Rooms For Rent

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

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

Ken or Keith Kanemoto

303-772-2222 43-135853

QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD on Hilltop Dr in Longmont. Fem preferred. 2 rooms avail, $300 each inc utils, no dep. N/P/S. 303-684-8871 or 303-775-6368.

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

LONGMONT'S FINEST LOCATION

1,141 SF to 2,393 SF Available on S. Hover, adjacent to Party America, Wal-Mart and Hobby Lobby. Great exposure, call for details.

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

Unique retail on N Main in attractive building. 1,593 SF to 2,207 SF available. Glass fronts for light, open SPACE.

Don Rulle, CCIM

Ed & Keith Kanemoto

303-772-2222

Real Estate

M/F, SHARE big, beautiful house. $500 incl util. N/S, no pets. Avail now. Must see! Call 720-495-1485.

43-135854

EXECUTIVE OFFICES OR SUITES

6 bdrm, 4 ba, $665,000 Main Floor Master, Blue Heron, 303-921-8557

1 BDRM AVAILABLE in a 3 bdrm, 2 bath home in Longmont. Avail now. $450/month inclu utils. 303-956-0326

All you need, furn bdrm, 52” TV in den, w/d, utils pd. M 40+ n/s $475, 303-833-0841

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Office Space

Lafayette

2 rooms, 3 beds, share bath, nice fenced yard, Lvld., utils, incl. $450, 303-903-3275

✭ 2500 Harmony, Ft Collins Lots 27, 185, 427 & 341

✭ 517 Trilby Ft Collins Lot 78

Roommates Wanted

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Longmont

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Farms, Ranches Acreages

CLASSIFIEDS 303-776-7440 or visit www.timescall.com

✭$198,950✭

Over 1500 SF, 3 bdrm, 2 bath. $36,900. Lot rent discounts available. *Expires 10/31/09 Sun Homes at Eagle Crest 1-888-649-5616 www.4eaglecrest.com

Commercial Real Estate

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

IMMEDIATE Debt Relief Stuck w/ a house you can´t afford or don´t want? We take over pmts/buy cash or terms. Foreclosure OK. 303-709-4784

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

CLASSIFIEDS 303-776-7440 or visit www.timescall.com

7 shares McIntosh; 6 shares Handy Ditch; 3 shares Highland Ditch; 60 shares CBT; 3 shares Baseline; 44 shares New Coal Ridge. Call Kevin @ 970-535-6074.

7 shares McIntosh; 6 shares Handy Ditch; 3 shares Highland Ditch; 60 shares CBT; 3 shares Baseline; 44 shares New Coal Ridge. Call Kevin @ 970-535-6074.

For $1,165/mo. You Can Own This 4 BDRM, 4 ba, home in Prospect. On lrg lot, w/1 BDRM carriage house. Must have good credit & 20% down. APPLE VALLEY Lyons. 5 KL Realty 303-444-3177 + acres, City water tap electric, natural gas on lot. $295,000. 303-931-8048. Heidi & Helena buy houses! $ SAVE YOUR CREDIT $ 303-725-8388 / 303-459-2711

Lyons

No SS# NEEDED! Homes available for immediate move-in $800/mo! We accept TIN numbers for easy in-house financing (OAC) 303-500-8797 Own a home today with NO money down! You may qualify for the NEW Gov´t tax credit program. Bad credit, no problem! EZ in-house financing! 888-325-4901

Frederick/Firestone/ Dacono Bank Foreclosure Must sell fast!

Real Estate Wanted Water Rights

Employment Opportunities

Ranch w/ all appliances inc washer & dryer. New interior paint. South Longmont, 2 car, fncd backyard. Call for details!

Commercial Real Estate

Lots & Tracts

Mobile/ Manufactured Homes/Spaces 1 BDRM, 1 BA, 12x65, shows like new in beautiful, most desired park in Longmont. Price nego. Call Sharlene (303)377-1668

• ADULT PARK3 bdrm + 3-4 BDRM in family park. (303)682-9141

Farms, Ranches Acreages

For Sale 1400 S COLLYER # 26 Ready to Move in 2 Bdrm 1-1/2 Bath, Fenced yard. $10,000. Call 720-252-4925

Bldgs for Sale Office, Retail, Industrial

Employment Opportunities

Information on 140 Properties

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Rural Property

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Ken Kanemoto

303-772-2222

• FORT LUPTON- 2 bdrm, 2 ba on 3 ac, pole barn, horse ok. $1095 303-857-8777

Employment Opportunities 710 Tenacity

• FREE Estimates • Cabinetry • Counter Tops • Experienced Designers • Installation Available 1575 Marshall Rd., BOULDER | 303-499-5811 Fax 303-499-5809

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509 Main Premier downtown location! 5,600 SF, flexible floorplan, great exposure, CBD zoned. $ 699,000

Ed & Keith Kanemoto

303-772-2222

ATTENTION REAL ESTATE BROKERS EB ROKERS We have space for a select few Real Estate Brokers in our office! For a confidential interview call

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Longmont • Kristi Nicholson from Colorado Happy Homes LLC, 39 Dartmouth Cir, Longmont, $215,000, home • Lareina Romero from Michael G Cothran, 11 6th Ave, Longmont, $137,000, home • Andreas Miller from Elizabeth S Rehnke Revoca, 35 Telluride Pl, Longmont, $165,000, home • Janette & David Haines from Zhongyang Hu, 3635 Clover Creek Ln, Longmont, $278,000, home • Linnea Ingraham from Cassandra T Longo, 1021 Pratt St, Longmont, $162,000, home • Patricia White from Greg & Amy Payne, 769 Lashley St, Longmont, $121,000, home • Robert Granger from Armin Salmen, 1352 S Terry St, Longmont, $169,000, home • Sarah Puzen from Aurora Loan Services LLC, 3648 Oakwood Dr, Longmont, $180,000, home • Thomas Eickmann from Rick & Susan G Bockmann, 5030 N 109th St, Longmont, $625,000, home • Michael Clark from Boulder Creek Blue Vista, 1271 Hummingbird Cir Unit C, Longmont, $231,500, condo • Julie Pohlman from Mark C & Therese L Brady, 1001 E Longs Peak Ave, Longmont, $269,000, home • Reynold & Judith Huseby from Claire Byrnesnel, 604 Olympia Ave, Longmont, $257,500, home • Emily & Kenneth Forsberg from Dubose Acquisition Partner, 804 Summer Hawk Dr Unit 10102, Longmont, $129,900, condo • Ricardo Orozco from Shelley Ann Lewerke, 117 Chinook Pl, Longmont, $165,000, home • Judith Cox from Harry W Loresch, 1601 Great Western Dr Unit I5, Longmont, $141,600, condo • Ron & Sue Staley from Thomas J & Kathleen A Mer, 303 Mumford Ave, Longmont, $210,000, home • Kevin Shayne from Frank J & Christine G Pac, 4242 Riley Dr, Longmont, $252,900, home • Doreen Martinez from Tanya R Shimer, 746 Emery St,

Longmont, $325,000, home • Isidro Gandara from James D & Susan G Vessiny, 307 Wadsworth Ct, Longmont, $160,100, home • St Un from H Dean & B Joan Williamson, 1102 Vivian St, Longmont, $173,100, home • Robert & Sandra Ketchum from Scott B & Janice M Woodru, 401 Sherman St, Longmont, $599,000, home • Edward & Deepa Mccauley from Donald J & Mary Murphy Be, 4230 Portofino Dr, Longmont, $650,000, home • Granger & Suzie Banks from Lorraine Letizia Cortes, 3724 Staghorn Dr, Longmont, $215,000, home • Del & Karen Delcoure from John T Graff, 4157 Niblick Dr, Longmont, $501,000, home • Lark Scheierman from Steven R Guberman, 515 Ridge Ave, Longmont, $254,000, home • Lori Stratton from Helen A Jaderborg, 930 Button Rock Dr Unit K64, Longmont, $160,000, condo • Glass LLC from Kevin T & Marcy G Murray, 231 Francis St, Longmont, $135,000, home • John & Kristen Bevans from Todd C Quigley, 4051 Frederick Cir, Longmont, $338,000, home • Jonathan Lee from Robert E & Joan P Schwart, 1246 Kiteley Ln, Longmont, $204,900, home • Barbara Nye from Tousa Homes Inc Bankrupt, 804 Summer Hawk Dr Unit 5208, Longmont, $137,600, condo • James Brough from Tousa Homes Inc Bankruptcy, 804 Summer Hawk Dr Unit 5302, Longmont, $122,500, condo • Patricia Alattas from Jon D & Jeanne M Williams, 1545 Lamplighter Dr, Longmont, $95,000, home

Allenspark • Tobias Derloshon from Dorwin Peterson, 10521 Peak Peak Dr, Allenspark, $440,000, home Berthoud • Wesley & Mary Troutman from BC Homes LLC, 3110 Megan Way, Berthoud, $425,000, home • Glen Pinkard from Belcara Home Co LLC, 1030 Berthoud Peak Dr, Berthoud, $800,000,

home • Megan Fisher from HSBC Bank USA, 1005 3rd St, Berthoud, $99,000, home • James & Debra Laib from Randy L & Lori Lea Orr, 4329 W County Road 4, Berthoud, $340,000, home

Dacono • Shawn & Michelle Strayer from Richmond Am Homes Colo Inc, 3084 Meadowbrook Pl, Dacono, $257,000, home Erie • Tenzing Sopa from Pedro Arcides Martinez, 3278 Billington Dr, Erie, $241,000, home • Elyse Cadogan from Tousa Homes Inc Bankruptcy, 153 McGregor Cir, Erie, $266,400, home • Hartmut & Ria Spetzler from Ronald M Braun, 1232 Richards Ct, Erie, $549,000, home • Christopher & Carri Cantwell from Morrison Homes Colo Inc, 1102 Mircos St, Erie, $318,300, home • George & Marilyn Hicks from Morrison Homes Colo Inc, 1058 Koss St, Erie, $260,200, home • Edward & Shannon Yeager from Morrison Homes Colo Inc, 1020 Mircos St, Erie, $289,200, home • Kimberly Katz from Standard Pacific Colo Inc, 1153 Eichhorn Dr, Erie, $295,000, home • Matthew Boggs from VRC Devl LLC, 3045 Blue Sky Cir Unit 18-306, Erie, $150,000, condo • Heather Richardson from VRC Devl LLC, 3155 Blue Sky Cir Unit 16-203, Erie, $135,000, condo • Ann & Harry Ward from VRC Devl LLC, 1465 Blue Sky Cir Unit 17-108, Erie, $158,000, condo • Brent & Sherry Chapman from Daniel L Wilson, 384 Woodson Dr, Erie, $240,000, home • Robert Carter from Sandra J Gasseling, 1342 Oakley Ln, Erie, $307,000, home • Emil & Stacy Olbrich from Amanda Jane & Andrew Grah, 1664 Powell St, Erie, $382,500, home Estes Park • Glenn Malpiede from Suzan L Foy, 212 Virginia Dr,

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Estes Park, $320,000, home • James & Donna Rushing from Pawnee Meadows LLC, 1695 Gray Hawk Ct, Estes Park, $260,000, home • J & Brenda Gould from Promontory LLC, 534 Promontory Dr, Estes Park, $543,000, home • Justin & Lindsay Brown from James A & Donna A Rushing, 1915 Wildfire Rd, Estes Park, $262,000, home • Steven & Margaret Tice from Ben L & Angela Barrett, 655 Park River Pl, Estes Park, $375,000, home • Dlnm Inc from Crystal Creek Development, 601 Community Dr, Estes Park, $590,000, condo • Denise Parker from Robert H Geraldine E Meye, 430 Big Horn Dr, Estes Park, $261,000, home • Jean Muenchrath from Dorothy M Ricketts, 726 Sanborn Dr, Estes Park, $279,000, home

Firestone • Douglas & Michele Prunk from Melody Homes Inc, 10716 Ferncrest St, Firestone, $304,000, home • Frank & Jackie Koekkoek from William D & Brigitte Coll, 6755 Saddleback Ave, Firestone, $377,500, home • Albert Burghardt from Journey Homes LLC, 9661 Raven St, Firestone, $245,800, home • Jeffrey Lewis from David G & Martha C Rogers, 10145 Farmdale St, Firestone, $276,000, home • Richard & Mari Debelle from Lori J Stratton, 10492 Sunburst Ave, Firestone, $175,000, home Fort Lupton • David Dean from US Bank, 1312 8th St, Fort Lupton, $105,000, home • 4tc182 LLC from Randy L Clark, 7507 Weld County Road 39, Fort Lupton, $95,000, home • Harley Anderson from Deutsche Bk Natl Trust Co, 1113 Lantern Dr, Fort Lupton, $57,900, home Frederick • Shareese & Jarrod Jordan from Kingbird LLC, 4856 Kingbird Dr, Frederick, $245,000, home

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• Mongkhon Namlong from Fannie Mae, 5723 Skyline Ave, Frederick, $215,000, home • Walter Frizzell from Patricia Whitfield Gordon, 5887 Merganser Ct, Frederick, $256,900, home • Lyle & Felicia Smithgraybeal from Rychlund Inc, 8738 Triple Crown Dr, Frederick, $272,500, home • Tammy & Eric O’Brien from KDB Homes Inc, 6329 Ruby Hill Dr, Frederick, $305,000, home

Platteville • Mindy Robinson from Plumb Constr Inc, 209 Buck Rake Blvd, Platteville, $210,500, home • Martin Oase from James W & Judith A Reynol, 13701 Weld County Road 38 1/2, Platteville, $242,000, home Foreclosures – notice of election and demand • Borrower: Ronald & Sheila Kelsey, Lender: Residential Funding Real Estate, Amount: $49,939, Property: 316 3rd St, Ault, Filed: 10/08/09 • Borrower: Simon Ramirez V, Lender: Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, Amount: $59,708, Property: 1009 Glen Creighton Dr, Dacono, Filed: 10/09/09 • Borrower: Colleen Eshom & Dawn Defore, Lender: Onewest Bank FSB, Amount: $274,168, Property: 1755 Drinkwater Ct, Erie, Filed: 10/08/09 • Borrower: Josephine Quinonez, Lender: The Bank Of New York Mellon FKA, Amount: $134,082, Property: 225 Pierce St, Erie, Filed: 10/08/09 • Borrower: Satrina Chargualaf, Lender: Wells Fargo Financial Colorado Inc, Amount: $329,225, Property: 2602 Wisteria Dr, Erie, Filed: 10/14/09 • Borrower: Rodney & Ricki Ault, Lender: BAC Home Loans Servicing LP, Amount: $263,676, Property: 1220 Acacia Dr, Estes Park, Filed: 10/09/09 • Borrower: Morteza Roushanshad, Lender: BAC Home Loans Servicing LP, Amount: $255,005, Property: 456 Skyline Dr, Estes Park, Filed: 10/13/09


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Times-Call / Home & Real Estate Weekly

October 24, 2009

43-132762

This Weekend’s

Open Houses Featured Homes

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24TH, 2009 PRICE

LOCATION

ADDRESS

HRS

OFFICE

PHONE

$166,900

Longmont

942 Pinon Court

9-11

ERA Tradewind/Bowles

303-772-9620

$217,000

Longmont

2455 Linden St.

12-12:20

Remax Traditions/Stow

303-827-7046

$219,900

Longmont

2016 Juniper St.

11-1

Prudential Rocky Mtn/Bradley

303-772-2222

$219,900

Longmont

3610 Kenyon Ln.

2-4

Prudential Rocky Mtn/Bradley

303-772-2222

$219,900

Frederick

6290 Gorham

11-1

ERA Tradewind/Crews

303-772-9620

$224,900

Longmont

1938 Red Cloud

1-3

ERA Tradewind/Hess

303-772-9620

$279,950

Longmont

3951 Da Vinci

1-3

ERA Tradewind/Hess

303-772-9620

$298,500

Longmont

1333 Charles Dr. #3

1-1:20

Remax Traditions/Stow

303-827-7046

$298,500

Longmont

845 Hillside Court

1:30-1:50

Remax Traditions/Stow

303-827-7046

$315,000

Longmont

1008 Chestnut Dr.

11-1

Coldwell Banker/Bruce

303-772-7478

$315,000

Longmont

8130 Captains Lane

3:30-3:50

Remax Traditions/Stow

303-827-7046

$317,000

Longmont

1228 Twin Peaks Cir

12-2

Coldwell Banker/Ireland

303-772-7478

$324,900

Longmont

1644 Golden Bear Dr.

12-2

Colorado Front Range Realtors

303-589-1626

$343,000

Longmont

709 Tenager Circle

2-2:20

Remax Traditions/Stow

303-827-7046

Open Sat & Sun 12-5

$355,000

Longmont

1427 Clemson Dr.

12:30-12:50 Remax Traditions/Stow

303-827-7046

1533 Moonlight Dr.

$375,000

Longmont

2060 JCK Place

12-3

Re/Max Alliance/Nehls

303-668-7670

$425,000

Longmont

11805 N Beasly Rd

12-3

ERA Tradewind/Wagner

720-244-0980

$439,900

Longmont

11773 Pleasant View Ridge

12-3

Coldwell Banker/Guercio

303-517-5068

$445,000

Longmont

11722 Montgomery Circle

12-3

Grant Real Estate/Green

303-775-2553

$449,000

Longmont

11753 Center Dr.

12-3

Fuller/Sotheby's International/Hallacy 303-641-1272

$449,000

Longmont

11793 Pleasant View Ridge

12-3

Coldwell Banker/Johnson-Troia Team 303-319-3346

$475,000

Longmont

11814 N Beasly Rd

12-3

Coldwell Banker/Whitaker

303-772-7478

$475,000

Longmont

11814 N Beasly Rd

12-3

Coldwell Banker/Napier

303-775-5234

$499,900

Longmont

11775 Pleasan View Ridge

12-3

Prudential of The Rockies/Gallow

720-934-2532

PRICE

LOCATION

ADDRESS

HRS

OFFICE

PHONE

$515,000

Longmont

2031 Diamond Dr.

3-3:20

Remax Traditions/Stow

303-827-7046

$219,900

Longmont

2016 Juniper St.

11-1

Prudential Rocky Mtn/Bradley

303-772-2222

$575,000

Longmont

2220 Meadow Vale Rd

12-3

Walnut Realty/Snedeker

303-746-8692

$249,900

Longmont

3610 Kenyon Ln

2-4

Prudential Rocky Mtn/Bradley

303-772-2222

$750,000

Lyons

1011 Horizon Dr.

11-11:20

Remax Traditions/Stow

303-827-7046

$549,000

Longmont

6328 Waxwing Court

12-2

Wright Kingdom/Matzen

303-443-2240

$800,000

Longmont

1268 Fox Hill Dr.

2:30-2:50

Remax Traditions/Stow

303-827-7046

$1,060,000

Erie

165 Commander Circle

1-4

Wright Kingdom/Sugg

303-443-2240

Open Sat 12-2

CE

EW

I PR

1644 Golden Bear Dr Longmont

N

$324,900 Spacious 3Bd., 4 Ba. Patio Showhome. Many upgrades w/over 2900 Finished Sq Ft

Colorado Front Range Realtors, LLC • (303)589-1626

Longmont

$339,950

Seller will pay $5,000 towards closing costs! 2,416 SF, 3 BR + Study, 3 BA, 2 GA. Beautiful Corner Lot, Finished Lower Level.

Shadow Grass Park • (303)776-3331 • www.shadowgrasspark.com

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25TH, 2009

Please look through this issue to see descriptions and photos of these properties!! For details about these open houses, see the ads in this section. For additional open house listings, please check the “Real Estate Classified” section of this publication. This guide is brought to you by the Times-Call, local Real Estate Agents & Builders.


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