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Grand County Real Estate Transactions May 20 to May 26

Grand County TransactionsMay 20-26, 2012Cozens Meadow at Grand Park Lot 34 – Grand Park Homes LLC to John Riopelle, $559,000Hot Sulphur Springs Block 19, Lots 2,3 – Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation to William Ladrig, $121,919.08Village at Mountain Sky Grand Elk Ranch & Club Lot D23 – Brent Peterson and James Cowgill to Brenda Peterson and Michelle Cowgill, $500Y-Lee Subdivision Block 1, Lot 32 – Wells Fargo Bank NA to Federal National Mortgage Association, $103,193.83Divide at Forest Meadows Bldg A, Unit 5 – Wells Fargo Bank NA to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, $93,000Lake Forest 1st Addn Subdivision Block 2, Lot 4 – Jeffrey and Jean Davis to Mark and Michele Lee, $285,000Lake Forest 1st Addn Subdivision Block 2, Lot 3 – Daniel and Eleanor Haney to Jeffrey and Jean Davis, $440,000Fraser – Eastom Block 3, Lots 8,9,10 Partial Legal – See Documents – Fannie Mae Federal National Mortgage Association to Morningside Funding LLC, $15,725Fraser – Eastom Block 3, Lots 8,9,10 – Fannie Mae Federal National Mortgage Association to Morningside Funding LLC, $34,175Lions Gate Pines Lodge Condo Unit 115, Week 2 – D Y Rosen to N Z Properties Inc, $1,000Parry Peak Lofts Condominium Unit 102, Garage No 102 – Douglas and Shelly Gruenbacher, Joss and Megan Briggs to Winter Park Lofts LLC, $179,000Parry Peak Lofts Condominium Unit 104, Garage No 104 – Douglas and Shelly Gruenbacher, Joss and Megan Briggs to Winter Park Lofts LLC, $177,600Vista at Timber Run Condo Unit 1 – Patricia Donahue and Kevin Skeate to Eric Sorrin and Elizabeth May, $144,000Base Camp One Condos Unit 203R – Dundee Base Camp LLC to Sharpe Rentals LLC, $296,400Stagecoach Meadows Sub Lot 50 – Gerald Nissen to unidentified buyer, $962,000Lakeview at Waterside West Condos As Built Unit 204, Garage Unit G – Kirk Olson and Brenda Drake to Pace Jaworski, $231,000


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