Real estate transactions for December 2010 |

Real estate transactions for December 2010

Seller: Frank Levkulich

Buyer: William Shane and Amber L. Kawcak

Address: Lot 1, Silver Sage

Sale Price: $60,000

Seller: Robert I. Clayton

Buyer: Diego and Bertha Garcia

Address: N7′ Lot 38, All Lot 39, Blk. 25

Sale Price: $9,000

Seller: Michael F. and Janice L. Keen

Buyer: Leslie Joyce Miller

Address: 110 Ponderosa Pass

Sale Price: $135,000

Seller: Scott Wintemute and Grace Living Trust

Buyer: William L. and Candace A. Havey

Address: 762 Exmoor Road

Sale Price: $180,000

Seller: Evelyn Lee Simpson – est.

Buyer: Gregory Mark and Vicky D. Field

Address: 2930 Pinon Circle

Sale Price: $250,000

Seller: Juan P. Garcia

Buyer: Matthew A. Hammer

Address: 833 Washington St.

Sale Price: $205,000

Seller: John E. and Lucila D. Strange

Buyer: Jonathan D., Jeffery D. and Gary D. Baysinger

Address: T8N R92W Sec 28 N2

Sale Price: $240,000

Seller: Aldean Schanck

Buyer: The Sharkey Revocable Trust

Address: 470 Rose St.

Sale Price: $40,000

Seller: Gregory L. and Kathryn D. Masie II

Buyer: Charles G. and Julane K. Grobe

Address: 980 E. Ninth St.

Sale Price: $224,900

Seller: Theresa M. Babor – est.

Buyer: David A. and Joan M. Fleming

Address: 861 County Road 210

Sale Price: $130,000

Seller: Public trustee

Buyer: Federal National Mortgage Association

Address: 218 Barker St.

Sale Price: $179,800

Seller: U.S. Bank National Association

Buyer: Verg Ventures LLC

Address: 694 Russell St.

Sale Price: $55,000

Seller: Karen I. Shrode

Buyer: Jon R. and Judith L. Petersen

Address: T7N R90W Sec 3, Desc.

Sale Price: $11,000

Seller: Aden G. and Katresha L. Morrison

Buyer: Jake and Matt Kruse

Address: 423 Breeze St.

Sale Price: $57,169

Seller: Public trustee

Buyer: Wells Fargo Financial Colorado Inc.

Address: 1134 School St.

Sale Price: $175,000

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