Grand County real estate transactions, Sept. 15-Sept. 21, 2013
Sept. 15-Sept. 21
Hot Sulphur Springs Block 9, Lots 1,3,4,5,6; Hot Sulphur Springs Block 9, Lot 2 Partial Legal – See Document – Carl Borgstrom and Michael Wall to Franklin and Carole Hardan, $299,000
Village at Wildhorse Grand Elk Ranch & Club Lot E36 – Paul V Altimier Revocable Trust and Lynne M Altimier Revocable Trust to Mahin Jalilfar and Farshad Badii, $31,000
SEC 26 TWP 3N R 76W Partial Legal – See Document – Erik Alander to Steven Trudell, $120,000
Aspen Meadows Condominiums Unit 103, Bldg A – Christopher and Jeanette Bowman to David and Bonnie Heinly, $160,000
Bussey Hills Subdivision Block 7, Lots 10,11 – Michael Blasi and Arthur Aguilar to Chris and Miyoung Shin, $12,000
Lakota Flg 4, Tract D, Lot 47 – John and Heather Klebba to Michael and Carol Davlin, $1,500,000
SEC 9 TWP 3N R 75W Partial Legal – See Document – Joseph Witt to Maureen Witt, $12,500
Claytons Ranch Acres Lot 15 – Thomas L Gortz Living Trust and Jane C Gortz Living Trust, Darlene Carter to Jay Puckett Revocable Trust and Kathy Puckett Revocable Trust, $540,500
Fraser Crossing-Founders Pointe Condominium Unit 4570 – Lara and Joseph Smith III to Sundance Vacation Properties Florida LLC, $175,500
Sunnyside Addn to Grand Lake Block 2 Partial Legal – See Document – Roger and Karen Ott to David Ferry and Patricia Caillouet, $345,000
East Mountain Filing 1, Lot 35 – Gary and Teresa Yourtz to Max Nichols, $520,000
Sterling Pointe Condos Unit 403, Bldg 4 – Thomas and Rebecca Walentosky to Michael Wageck and Kathleen Tees, $232,500
SEC 26 TWP 3N R 76W Partial Legal – See Document – Eugene and Bertha Harnke to Michael Miner, $45,000
Riveracres Addn to Mtn Meadows Lot 21 Partial Legal – See Document – Birdhouse Investments LLC to Michael Lemley, $189,000
Granby 1st Block 1, Lots 11,12,13,14,15,16 – FASB Blue Spruce LLC to Blue Spruce Holdings LLC, $200,000
SEC 31 TWP 2N R 76W Partial Legal – See Document – FASB Frontier LLC to Blue Spruce Holdings LLC, $500,000
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