Grand County Real Estate Transactions Feb. 3-9 |

Grand County Real Estate Transactions Feb. 3-9

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Grand County, CO Colorado

Base Camp One Condos Unit 300R – Kenneth and Teresa Jarvi to Red Head Investments LLC, $265,000

Silversage Subdivision Lot 25, Block 3 – Paul Taylor to Wayne and Suzanne Berg, $135,000

Columbine Lake Lot 1, Block 9 – Brett and Vicki Flower to Edward and Delores MacDonald, $317,000

Valley East Condo Unit C, Bldg 17 – Tamara Davis to Thomas and Stephanie Velez, $119,000

Silver Star Condos 1st Amend Unit 3 – L Mark and Leslie Van Cleave to Daniel and Karol Steeves, $80,000

Shadow Park West Condo Unit 4D – Regina Girvan to Curt and Kathleen Haffner, $160,000

Granby Block 11, Lots 1,2,3,4,5 – Edward Wang to Larry and Wendy Carmichael, $170,000

Slopeside Village Unit 97D, Bldg F – Gysin Revocable Trust to Timothy and Jill Kinney, $350,000

Slopeside Village Unit 2, Bldg J – Timothy and Jill Kinney to Gysin Revocable Trust, $765,000

Fraser – Eastom Block 3, Lot 8; Fraser – Eastom Block 3, Lots 9,10 – Partial Legal – See Documents – Morningside Funding LLC to Deborah Hoyhtya, $65,000

Mariposa Acres Subd Exemption Lots 2,3 – W W Properties LLC to Greg Geiger, $75,000

Old Park Filing #5 Lot 17, Block A – Ocwen Loan Servicing LLC to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, $92,000

Meadow Ridge Lodges Court 30, Unit 4 – Anthony Horwitz to Michael and Ann Marie Douma, $270,000

Lake Trail Village Lot 8B – Jennifer Fisher and Roger Nichols II to Jennifer Fisher and Roger Nichols II, $500

Meadow Ridge Lodges Court 9, Unit 6 – Todd Truax to Cindi Harding, $99,000

Soda Springs Sub Exempt Parcel C – Bank New York Mellon Trust Company NA, Bank New York Trust Company NA, JP Morgan Chase Bank NA TSTE, Master Adjustable Rate Mortgages Trust 2004-5, Mortgage Pass Through Certificates Series 2004-5 to Michael and Nicole McNeal, $405,000

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