Real Estate transaction Oct. 28- Nov. 3
Grand County Transactions
Oct. 28-Nov. 3
Snowblaze Bldg E Condo Unit 300 – Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation to Marilyn Ketcham, $66,400
Meadow Ridge Lodges Court 19, Unit 3 – Susumu Matsubara to Michael and Elisa Branvold, $172,900
Columbine Lake Lot 3, Block 2 – Karl Faivre to Kristen Tait, $216,870
Winter Park Highlands Unit 3, Lot 42 – Tidball Family Trust to Kori McClurg and Travis Chevallier, $410,000
Winter Park Highlands Unit 3, Lot 11 – David Smith and Kathleen Lower to Bennett and Judith Bertoli, $415,000
Ravenwood Townhomes Unit B1 – Beverly Collins to David and Kathryn Reimer, $215,000
Evans Outright Exemption Lot 5A, Block 1 – HSBC Bank USA National Association TSTE, Deutsche Alt-A-Securities Inc Mortgage Loan Trust Series 2005-4 Mortgage Pass-Through Certificates Series 2005-4 to Glenda Foust, $120,000
Winterstar Condos Unit DA5 – Peter Hutton to Charles and Joan Baumann, $300,000
Soda Springs Ranch Filing No 3, Lot 14 – Barry Laws, Larry Skellenger and Robert Scott to Gary and Cheryl Kamas, $338,000
Grand Meadows Granby Lot 22, Block 4 – Virginia Nappi to George Roberts, $137,000
Grand Meadows Granby Lot 28A – Fannie Mae Federal National Mortgage Association to Paul and Sarah Montandon, $99,900
Tabernash, E.J. Vulgamotts 2nd, Lots 13,14 – Kathleen Karlovich to Sally Reilly, Dale McCaw and Ryan Howell, $301,000
Base Camp One Condos Unit 213R – Dundee Base Camp LLC to Michael Burson, $200,893
Lakota Flg 6, Tract E, Lot 16 – Bill and Alletha Troxel to Brian and Karen Hudson, $425,000
East Mountain Filing 1, Lot 32 – Anne Gracey Moore Trust and Thomas A Bonbright Trust to Rainsford Brown III, $1,012,000
Pine Ridge Sub Exempt Lot 2 – Mary Lang, Mary Smedley to Stephan and Joyce Playter, $10,000
Lyons Homestead Subdivision Block 6, Lots R,S,T – Bank America NA, BAC Home Loans Servicing LP, Countrywide Home Loans Servicing LP to James and Emily Bolding, $216,300
Old Park Filing #4, Lot 19, Block D – Douglas Brandenburg to Dale and Cynthia Vasold, $204,000
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