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Longmont-area real estate, commercial deals; May 30, 2021

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May 30th – trust deeds

This list includes trust deeds (to secure the repayment of a loan) of $ 750,000 or more. The information includes the borrower, the lender, the address or legal description of the property, the date the trust deed was filed, and the amount.

Carl S. Weimer, Elevations Credit Union, 4751 Summerlin Place, Longmont, 5/10/2021, $ 1,171,274.00

East St. LLC, Commerce Bk, Mult Prop, 5/11/2021, $ 1,500,000.00

Gold Nugget LLC, First Western Trust Bk, 7142 Gold Nugget Drive, Longmont, May 12, 2021, USD 1,020,000.00

John R. and Sharon J. Soltis, US Bk, 6432 Legend Ridge Trail, Longmont, 5/12/2021, $ 867,000.00

Katherine R. and John M. Vollmayer, Midwest Regional Bk, 2735 Geneva Place, Longmont, 5/5/2021, $ 881,000.00

Mapleton Hill Invest LLC, Firstbank, May 5, 2021, $ 99,999,000.00

Rude Dog Properties LLC, Bk Colo, 1441 Emery St., Longmont, May 11, 2021, $ 1,400,000.00

Scott Everett Pritchard, JP Morgan Chase Bk, 3715 Fowler Lane, Longmont, 5/10/2021, $ 1,360,000.00

Stephan A. and Nicki J. Boettcher, Bk Am, 8601 Portico Lane, Longmont, May 11, 2021, USD 1,040,500.00

Vine St. Devl. LLC, Firstbank, Mult Prop, 05/12/2021, $ 1,000,000.00

West End Invest LLC, Elevations Credit Union, Mult Prop, 5/13/2021, $ 7,165,500.00

Ziggi Ventures LLC, High Plains Bk., 1221 S. Main St., Longmont, May 12, 2021, $ 4,420,261.30

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This list includes deeds (transfer of ownership of a property) of $ 350,000 or more. The information includes the seller, the buyer, the address or legal description of the property, the date of filing the deed and the amount.

2145 Upland LLC, Vine St. Devl. LLC, Vl, 05/12/2021, $ 1,570,000.00

2945 Wilderness Place Ltd., Beta 1000 LLC, 5400 Kennedy Drive, Longmont, May 5, 2021, $ 544,500.00

400 402 Main LLC, Lyons Mane LLC, Mult Prop, 6/5/2021, $ 655,400.00

Adam C. and Kelsey N. Shearer, Orchard Property I LLC, 876 Shuttleworth Drive, Erie, 5/11/2021, $ 455,000.00

Alexis and Julianna Vorhaus, Jeffrey Stampes, 3627 Wildrose Place, Longmont, 6/5/2021, $ 542,000.00

Angie and Patrick McCreavy, Amanda Skye Davis, 2104 Third Ave., Longmont, 6/5/2021, $ 427,000.00

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Atlas Properties Ltd., Spencer Jack Schell, 718 Pendleton Ave., Longmont, 5/10/2021, $ 650,000.00

Barbara L. Block, Nick Danger, Moonlight Drive 1522, Longmont, 5/5/2021, $ 655,000.00

Barry J. and Jody J. McClurkin, Ariel Wishkovsky, 2139 Grant St., Longmont, 5/13/2021, $ 370,000.00

Beacon Properties LLC, David Billings, 2137 Steele St., Longmont, 5/10/2021, $ 460,000.00

Beau Hanes and Esther Gwen Clark, James Hewitt, 1023 Atwood St., Longmont, 6/5/2021, $ 407,000.00

Bradley N. Grgurich, Blake T. Ryan, 1528 S. Coffman St., Longmont, 5/10/2021, $ 525,000.00

Brandon Schmidt, Dillon, and Megan Whisman, 6 Seattle Lane, Longmont, 5/12/2021, $ 388,600.00

Calatlantic Group Inc, Sheila and Harry William Goldstein, 1538 Bluemoon Court, Longmont, 6/5/2021, $ 507,100.00

Calatlantic Group Inc., Erik Wiedenbach McLeod, Armstrong Drive 1541, Longmont, May 13, 2021, USD 598,400.00

Charles C. and Melanie O. Nygren, Cole C. Nygren, 401 Terry St., Unit A, Longmont, 11/5/2021, $ 425,000.00

Charles and Dorothy A. Burkhalter, Jonathan J. Farino, Lee Way 1018, Longmont, 5/5/2021, $ 425,000.00

Christine Marie and Douglas Williams Ludwig, Dana Lee, and Martha Lee Walters, 1805 Clover Creek Drive, Longmont, 5/13/2021, $ 555,000.00

Christopher James Hunt, Neil D. Kearney, 912 Half Measures Drive, Longmont, 5/10/2021, $ 758,000.00

Coyle Enterprizes LLlp, Andrew M. Farny, 717 Baker St., Longmont, 5/11/2021, $ 380,000.00

Craig L. and Victoria L. Moffatt, Linda M. and Carl J. Bendorf, 619 Brookside Drive, Longmont, 6/5/2021, $ 602,000.00

Creative Estates LLC, Jeffrey Butenschoen, 1430 Burlington Drive, Longmont, 5/10/2021, $ 386,000.00

David G. and Cynthia K. Robinson, Anya C. Copeland, 819 Snowberry St., Longmont, 11/5/2021, $ 487,000.00

David and Kimberly L. Desch, Scott Everett Pritchard, 3715 Fowler Lane, Longmont, 5/10/2021, $ 1,700,000.00

Revocable trust by Deanna Hanes Stolberg, John C. Lachance, 671 Robert St., Longmont, 5/10/2021, USD 555,000.00

Doree A. Newbery, Jordan Samuel, and Deborah Pava Singer, 1319 S. Collyer St., Unit B, Longmont, 5/13/2021, $ 410,000.00

Dorothy A. Johnson, Christopher Ryan Mitchell, 404 E. Fifth Ave., Longmont, 5/5/2021, $ 365,000.00

Doug Alan Friedrich, Bernadette P. McCann, 4501 Nelson Road, Unit 2101, Longmont, 6/5/2021, $ 365,800.00

Ernesto and Beatriz Esquivel, Lucas J. and Bridget A. Shaughnessy, 2401 Maplewood Circle E., Longmont, 5/5/2021, US $ 610,000.00

Frf Properties 2101 LLC, Jonna Kate Torres, 901 Snowberry St., Longmont, May 12, 2021, $ 460,000.00

Gerald Joe Jr. Chambers, Elise Edson, 5406 Gunbarrel Circle, Longmont, May 5, 2021, $ 725,000.00

Gracie Mae LLC, Alejandro Lopez Sanchez, Lamplighter Drive 1649, Longmont, May 12, 2021, $ 380,000.00

Hans Josef Krolla, Karl Linn Ford, Bluefield Ave. 1601, Longmont, May 10, 2021, $ 585,000.00

Henry Wylie Hobbs, Ryan Alan Turnbow, 1148 Purdue Drive, Longmont, 5/5/2021, $ 711,000.00

James A. and Linda P. Cooke, William and Terri Stonehocker, 4326 Oxford Road, Longmont, 5/10/2021, $ 1,385,000.00

James Kimberly McGee Living Trust, Arthur L. and Elizabeth Annecharico, 8375 Summerlin Drive, Longmont, 5/10/2021, $ 1,875,000.00

James Taylor, Adam Thomas Lawrence, 1221 Gay St., Longmont, 5/10/2021, $ 425,000.00

Jana L. Fanning, William T. III, and Jennifer L. Fanning, 1101 Twin Peaks Circle, Longmont, 6/5/2021, $ 515,000.00

Janice B. Bengtson, Bruce Evans Hallock, 2426 Santa Fe Drive, Unit D, Longmont, 5/12/2021, $ 485,000.00

Jeffrey A. and Eileen T. Bechtold, Jessica Jett, 826 Atwood St., Longmont, May 12, 2021, $ 421,000.00

Joan S. Caddell, 2015 Trc Trust, 640 Gooseberry Drive, Unit 1105, Longmont, 5/13/2021, $ 400,000.00

John O. and Shellie R. Honemann, Todd A. and Catherine C. Gibson, Goranson Court 503, Lyon, May 13, 2021, $ 850,000.00

Jonna Kate Torres, Sachiko Yamashita, 735 Robert St., Longmont, May 11, 2021, $ 640,000.00

Joshua Keith and Valerie Leigh Holland Rivet, Matthew Popkin, 852 Missouri Ave., Longmont, 5/11/2021, $ 525,500.00

Judith L. Labuda, James E. Hill, 7154 Christopher Court, Longmont, 5/10/2021, $ 862,500.00

Jwp LLC, CB 2204 18th LLC, 2204 18th Ave., Longmont, 6/5/2021, $ 1,990,000.00

Karla D. and Paul M. Altfeltis, James and Norma Wilbur, 2316 Emery St., Longmont, May 10, 2021, $ 613,500.00

Kathleen EC and Bernard J. Jr. Stone, Laurie Jennings, 2011 Centenary Court, Unit 2, Longmont, 5/13/2021, $ 875,000.00

Kathleen L. and Gene A. Smerchek, Deborah Schoenwald, 18651 Peak-to-Peak-Highway, Mountain, May 5, 2021, $ 452,000.00

Kb Home Colo Inc., Timothy M. Moore, 1237 Shale Way, Erie, 5/10/2021, $ 519,900.00

Kb Home Colo Inc., Tori Phillips, 1285 Copper Drive, Erie, 5/10/2021, $ 487,600.00

Kb Home Colo. Inc, Daniel F. and Sonia Dobinsky, 1293 Copper Drive, Erie, 6/5/2021, $ 544,300.00

Kb Home Colo. Inc., Csi 1031 LLC, 1229 Shale Way, Erie, 6/5/2021, $ 521,300.00

Kenneth and Connie Crawford, Ryan and Brittany McCarty, 7474 Mount Sherman Road, Longmont, 5/11/2021, $ 880,000.00

Kimberly A. Hassett, John A., and Jennifer R. Koskiewicz, 2180 Meadow Sweet Lane, Erie, 5/5/2021, $ 740,000.00

LA Corsentino Properties LP, 916 Seventeenth LLC, 916 17th Ave., Longmont, 6/5/2021, $ 1,050,000.00

Lee Roy L. Bechard, Hunter Ross Warkenthien, 3528 Foxtail Place, Longmont, 5/12/2021, $ 552,000.00

Marie T. McCreery, Ann Willman, 1507 Lasalle Way, Longmont, 5/5/2021, $ 590,000.00

Markel Homes Constr. Co, David L. Goldman, 5691 Cottontail Drive, Longmont, 5/10/2021, $ 824,500.00

Mark R. Crawford, Martha Taylor, and Daniel K. Dever, 3762 Florentine Circle, Longmont, 6/5/2021, $ 491,000.00

Mary Lou Schlapia Living Trust, Crown Hughes Ltd., Mult Prop, 5/10/2021, $ 478,100.00

Matthew E. and James S. and Amy S. Barrie, James E. Joque, 805 Summer Hawk Drive, Unit M78, Longmont, 5/10/2021, $ 356,000.00

Meritage Homes Colo. Inc., Scott James Killion and Rebecca Ann Carnahan, 1028 Zuckerrübenkreis, Longmont, May 13, 2021, USD 576,700.00

Meritage Homes Colo. Inc., Carlos Manuel and Alicia Lynn Sepulveda, 373 Western Sky Circle, Longmont, May 10, 2021, $ 599,700.00

Michael D. and Lana M. McLeod, Roberto Chavarria Simpson, 2517 Lanyon Drive, Longmont, 11/5/2021, $ 590,000.00

Michelle A. Jones, Wonchoul Yang, 508 Ashford Drive, Longmont, 5/10/2021, $ 675,000.00

Mjd Invest LLC, Brice Enterprises LLC, 26 Birch Court, Longmont, 6/5/2021, USD 1,050,000.00

Paul and Stephanie Fournier, Martha R. Risk, 1821 Meadow St., Longmont, 5/13/2021, $ 461,000.00

Pavel Family Living Trust, Brady and Dawn Town, 805 Summer Hawk Drive, Unit J59, Longmont, 5/11/2021, $ 365,000.00

Peter D. and Kristi L. Bakich, Carl Samuel and Adrienne, and Stephen A. and Kelsey Christine Solomon, 744 Brookside Drive, Longmont, May 10, 2021, USD 600,000.00

Renae E. Chavira, Amber Usry, 804 Zweck Court, Longmont, 5/10/2021, $ 535,000.00

Richfield Homes LLC, Casey Gulkin, 2091 Medford St., Longmont, 5/12/2021, $ 651,500.00

Richmond Am Homes Col. Inc., Joshua and Amy Rodriguez, 1026 Woodgate Court, Longmont, 6/5/2021, $ 584,100.00

Robert W. and Jacqueline M. Kearby, David and Carlota Heins, 1662 Woodward St., Erie, 5/11/2021, $ 643,000.00

Ryan L. and Angela L. Flynn, Kyle McAllister, 6581 Saint Vrain Road, Longmont, 5/13/2021, $ 835,000.00

Ryan Stuart Thompson, Andrew, and Christina Wagoner, 1507 S. Coffman St., Longmont, 5/11/2021, $ 485,000.00

Sara A. and Trent Travis Gall, John H. and Joan L. Bludorn, Amethyst Drive 2070, Longmont, May 5, 2021, $ 1,225,000.00

Scott P. Arends, Steve P., and Kathleen S. Nalley, Moonlight Drive 1523, Longmont, 5/10/2021, $ 495,000.00

Sean E. and Mark E. and Janae Weston, Marilla and Patrick Havens, 1541 Cushman Court, Longmont, 5/12/2021, $ 447,000.00

Sonam Sherpa, Peter James, and Monika Germain Driscoll, 2137 Frontier St., Longmont, May 11, 2021, USD 520,000.00

Suzanne J. Spiro, Tiffany Kalin, Brennan Circle 557, Erie, 5/10/2021, $ 550,000.00

Therese and Dennis Otoole, Gold Nugget LLC, 7142 Gold Nugget Drive, Longmont, May 12, 2021, $ 1,273,000.00

Thomas J. and Melissa M. Glorioso, Jochen and Yoko Schmitt, 2118 Astoria Lane, Longmont, May 13, 2021, USD 508,700.00

Tim Wanner, Aubry Hoffman, 7460 Mount Meeker Road, Longmont, 5/10/2021, $ 865,000.00

Toll Co. LP, Mitu Lnu, 2490 Claystone Circle, Erie, 5/10/2021, $ 915,100.00

Travis and Angela Renee Norris, Robin Alan Braun, 7399 N. 95th St., Longmont, 6/5/2021, $ 1,077,000.00

Victoria L. and Craig L. Moffatt, Elaine Logan, 2108 Springs Place, Longmont, 5/11/2021, $ 680,000.00

William Lyon Homes Inc., Brian Michael and Chelsea Dame Rosipajla, 1130 Marfell St., Erie, 6/5/2021, $ 678,000.00

Zillow Homes Property Trust, Dianne D. Littlehales, 1419 Red Mountain Drive, Unit 82, Longmont, 6/5/2021, $ 365,000.00

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Walt Danley Christie’s International Real Estate Ranked as the Top-Producing Luxury Team in Arizona

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PARADISE VALLEY, Ariz., June 14, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Walt Danley Christies International real estate, Arizona Leading luxury residential real estate company ranked number one on the luxury team by sales volume Arizona, and number 22 in the country by industry authority RealTrends + Tom Ferry The Thousand in the Top Large Teams category by volume of sales.

Walt Danley, President and Founder of Walt Danley Christie’s International Real Estate

Walt Danley and his team sold $ 263.7 million in residential real estate in 2020. “Given the unprecedented time the world has seen in 2020, I am ashamed to know that our team of top real estate professionals have successfully handled this period on behalf of our home sellers – and buyers – which has been going on reflected “in this prestigious ranking by The Thousand List,” said Walt Danley, President and Founder of Walt Danley Christies International real estate.

From a global pandemic and lockdowns to the overwhelming realization of the importance of the home to work, play and comfort, 2020 can best be described as the year of resilience, according to the report. The pandemic has increased the importance of the home as a place of refuge.

Only 0.07% of the 1.4 million Realtors® in the US make up The Thousand – the best in the country. In its 16th year, the list is made up of third-party data and honors the country’s top 1,000 real estate professionals and teams. In particular, the company is one of the top rankings Arizona Luxury real estate brokers every year since the list was launched.

Walt Danley Christies International Real Estate represents luxury property buyers and sellers in the northeast of Phoenix including Scottsdale, Paradise valley, Arcadia, Biltmore, Cave stream, Carefree, Well hill, and green river. The firm has offices in Paradise, 6720 N. Scottsdale Rd., # 140, Paradise Valley, Arizona 85253) and North Scottsdale (8955 East Pinnacle Peak Road, Suite 104, Scottsdale, AZ 85255). More information is available at www.waltdanley.com.

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Walt Danley Christies International Real Estate is one of the most renowned and successful luxury real estate companies in the country, specializing in Arizona wealthiest neighborhood. Named one of the “35 Most Influential People in Luxury Real Estate,” Founder and President Walt Danley began his real estate career over 40 years ago in Paradise Valley and has consistently ranked among the top one percent of real estate agents in the US has a growing team of top -Luxury real estate specialists and opened his brokerage firm of the same name in 2011. The firm has built a reputation as the premier luxury residential real estate brokerage firm in Arizona by combining deep market knowledge, expertise and the largest inventory of million dollar real estate in Arizona. For more information, call 480.991.2050 or visit waltdanley.com.

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Real estate agents and real estate agents are likely to face increased license fees.

Earlier this week, the state assembly passed A.5363 by 113-35 votes, with Reps Andrew Goodell, R-Jamestown, and Joe Giglio, R-Gowanda, voting against the measure. The state Senate passed an accompanying bill in February, S.2133, by 45-17 votes, with Senator George Borrello, R-Gowanda, voting against. Real estate agent fees increase by $ 30 while real estate agent fees increase by $ 10. The increased money will be used for fair apartment tests across the state.

“It reminds me of the motto of our state -“Wood wool“- which, as you all know, always means upwards.” said Goodell. “It seems that this is the motto we have when it comes to fees and expenses, and I’m a little different than when that motto was first chosen when we talked about economic opportunity and moving up . It may be a small amount, but it is another fee and increase that we are putting on this troubled industry and for that reason I will be protesting against it and recommending the same to my colleagues. “

MP Kimberly Jean-Pierre, D-Lindenhurst and sponsor of the assembly’s draft law, said paired tests are a tool to detect and eliminate discrimination in housing. She said mechanisms such as coded language, guidance, unequal service provision and higher financial demands on minorities would be used to maintain housing segregation. The introduction of a surcharge on broker and agent license fees would provide funding for nationwide efforts to ensure fair home testing, including, but not limited to, the couples testing practice.

Jean-Pierre also quoted a 2019 story in Newsday entitled “Long Island Divided” who blamed the housing discrimination on explicit and implicit bias in the real estate industry. The newspaper series reported that some Long Island real estate agents directed customers to specific neighborhoods based on their perceived race or ethnicity. In response, the Nassau district appointed a special commissioner for housing, promised increased enforcement of open living laws, strengthened the Nassau district human rights commission and established an advisory board for fair housing. Suffolk County hired an outside agency to test for discrimination in housing, strengthened the county’s Human Rights Commission, and began raising awareness of fair housing laws.

“Two years ago, Newsday published worrying results from a three-year investigation that uncovered widespread segregation and unequal treatment of potential minority and minority homebuyers in Long Island.” said Jean-Pierre. “This research confirmed what many of us already know to be true – that there are certain bad actors in real estate agencies who discriminate against people of color and draw certain people into certain communities based on their skin color – a practice that has no place in our society. … When we look at how our communities and school districts are separated, it is one of the reasons that districts in low-income communities cannot get the resources they fairly deserve because we had brokers like this one, the people of life held in a community because of their skin color and financial history. This will allow us to allocate a certain fund – and not raise taxes – but it will allocate a certain fund through the attorney general to run fairer tests in our great state of New York so that people of color can live where they want and don’t have to worry that there will be bad actors. If there are any, they will be punished. “

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Real estate agents and real estate agents are likely to face increased license fees.

Earlier this week, the state assembly passed A.5363 by 113-35 votes, with Reps Andrew Goodell, R-Jamestown, and Joe Giglio, R-Gowanda, voting against the measure. The state Senate passed an accompanying bill in February, S.2133, by 45-17 votes, with Senator George Borrello, R-Gowanda, voting against. Real estate agent fees increase by $ 30 while real estate agent fees increase by $ 10. The increased money will be used for fair apartment tests across the state.

“It reminds me of the motto of our state -“Wood wool“- which, as you all know, always means upwards.” said Goodell. “It seems that this is the motto we have when it comes to fees and expenses, and I’m a little different than when that motto was first chosen when we talked about economic opportunity and moving up . It may be a small amount, but it is another fee and increase that we are putting on this troubled industry and for that reason I will be protesting against it and recommending the same to my colleagues. “

MP Kimberly Jean-Pierre, D-Lindenhurst and sponsor of the assembly’s draft law, said paired tests are a tool to detect and eliminate discrimination in housing. She said mechanisms such as coded language, guidance, unequal service provision and higher financial demands on minorities would be used to maintain housing segregation. The introduction of a surcharge on broker and agent license fees would provide funding for nationwide efforts to ensure fair home testing, including, but not limited to, the couples testing practice.

Jean-Pierre also quoted a 2019 story in Newsday entitled “Long Island Divided” who blamed the housing discrimination on explicit and implicit bias in the real estate industry. The newspaper series reported that some Long Island real estate agents directed customers to specific neighborhoods based on their perceived race or ethnicity. In response, the Nassau district appointed a special commissioner for housing, promised increased enforcement of open living laws, strengthened the Nassau district human rights commission and established an advisory board for fair housing.

Suffolk County hired an outside agency to test for discrimination in housing, strengthened the county’s Human Rights Commission, and began raising awareness of fair housing laws.

“Two years ago, Newsday published worrying results from a three-year investigation that uncovered widespread segregation and unequal treatment of potential minority and minority homebuyers in Long Island.” said Jean-Pierre. “This research confirmed what many of us already know to be true – that there are certain bad actors in real estate agencies who discriminate against people of color and draw certain people into certain communities based on their skin color – a practice that has no place in our society. … When we look at how our communities and school districts are separated, it is one of the reasons that districts in low-income communities cannot get the resources they fairly deserve because we had brokers like this one, the people of life held in a community because of their skin color and financial history. This will allow us to allocate a certain fund – and not raise taxes – but it will allocate a certain fund through the attorney general to run fairer tests in our great state of New York so that people of color can live where they want and don’t have to worry that there will be bad actors. If there are any, they will be punished. “

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