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Summit County real estate transactions for third week of May 2021

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Summit County’s real estate transactions totaled over $ 70 million on 72 sales that took place May 15-21.

1179 Maryland Creek Road, Silverthorne

  • Owner: Delfino Garza
  • Date: May 17, 2021
  • Price: $ 1,315,445
  • Subdivision: South Maryland Creek Ranch

0869 Independence Road, Summit County

  • Owner: Kathleen D. Patel Trust
  • Date: May 17, 2021
  • Price: $ 1,450,000
  • Subdivision: Alders Townhomes

0026 Rainbow Ave., Summit County

  • Owner: Luke L. Richmond
  • Date: May 17, 2021
  • Price: $ 295,000
  • Subdivision: Green Mountain Halldorson Tracts

0209 Ten Mile Circle, Unit 608, Summit County

  • Owner: Peter Franklin Cioni
  • Date: May 17, 2021
  • Price: $ 805,000
  • Subdivision: Mountain Plaza Condominiums

700 Snowberry Lane, Unit 108, Breckenridge

  • Owner: Diane P. Kinsella
  • Date: May 17, 2021
  • Price: $ 253,971
  • Subdivision: Columbine Condos

111 Corinthian Circle Building 4, Unit P, Dillon

  • Owner: Thomas A. Jones
  • Date: May 17, 2021
  • Price: $ 740,000
  • Subdivision: Centennial Townhouses Condominiums

0038 Ermine Street, Summit County

  • Owner: Carlos Salvador Martinez Ramirez
  • Date: May 17, 2021
  • Price: $ 471,320
  • Subdivision: Dillon Valley Vistas

1130 Golden Eagle Road, Silverthorne

  • Owner: Williams Family Revocable Trust
  • Date: May 17, 2021
  • Price: $ 2,195,000
  • Subdivision: Eagles Nest Golf Course subdivision

1653 Oro Grande Drive, Unit AA 42, Summit County

  • Owner: Christopher J. King
  • Date: May 17, 2021
  • Price: $ 600,000
  • Subdivision: Frostfire Condominiums

1455 E. Keystone Road, Unit D-5

  • Owner: Daniel McCarthy
  • Date: May 17, 2021
  • Price: $ 1,237,500
  • Subdivision: Ironwood Townhomes

0805 Ryan Gulch Road, Unit A-5, Summit County

  • Owner: Ursula Hagstrand
  • Date: May 17, 2021
  • Price: $ 333,000
  • Subdivision: Now Colorado at Wildernest Condominiums

337 County Road 2020, Silverthorne

  • Owner: Josh Abdulla
  • Date: May 17, 2021
  • Price: $ 1,100,000
  • Subdivision: Ptarmigan Trail Estates subdivision

0140 Ida Belle Drive, Unit 8171, Summit County

  • Owner: John Kipkowski
  • Date: May 17, 2021
  • Price: $ 478,900
  • Subdivision: Silver Mill Condominiums

0530 Tennis Club Road, Building 9, Unit 1329, Summit County

  • Owner: Michael B. Jones jr.
  • Date: May 17, 2021
  • Price: $ 750,000
  • Subdivision: Tennis Townhomes Condominiums

35 Mountain Thunder Drive, Building 5, Unit 5110, Breckenridge

  • Owner: Charles Murphy
  • Date: May 17, 2021
  • Price: $ 940,000
  • Subdivision: Mountain Thunder Lodge Condominiums

100 S. Park Ave., Building W, Unit W-207, Breckenridge

  • Owner: Jennifer N. Pratt
  • Date: May 17, 2021
  • Price: $ 423,000
  • Subdivision: River Mountain Lodge Condominiums

1152 Settlers Drive, Breckenridge

  • Owner: Christopher M. Hynes
  • Date: May 17, 2021
  • Price: $ 1,800,000
  • Subdivision: White Wolf Townhomes

0304 Illinois Gulch Road, Building B, Unit 205, Summit County

  • Owner: Gregory S. White
  • Date: May 17, 2021
  • Price: $ 370,000
  • Subdivision: Wildflower Condos

101 Elchweg, Silverthorne

  • Owner: Roman Meleniuk
  • Date: May 17, 2021
  • Price: $ 439,531
  • Subdivision: Smith Ranch Subdivision

330 E. La Bonte St., Building 4, Unit 15, Dillon

  • Owner: First three
  • Date: May 17, 2021
  • Price: $ 580,000
  • Subdivision: Yacht Club Condominiums

0083 Masters Drive, Summit County

  • Owner: Don E. Altman Jr.
  • Date: May 18, 2021
  • Price: $ 885,000
  • Subsidiary: Masters at Copper Creek

0293 Vail Circle, Summit County

  • Owner: Gentry Howden
  • Date: May 18, 2021
  • Price: $ 329,000
  • Subdivision: Summit Cove subdivision

0201 Ryan Gulch Road, Building 1, Unit B, Summit County

  • Owner: Nathan Shapiro
  • Date: May 18, 2021
  • Price: $ 599,000
  • Subdivision: Trailhead Condos

9460 Ryan Gulch Road, Building 3, Unit 9462, Summit County

  • Owner: Derek Beauregard
  • Date: May 18, 2021
  • Price: $ 521,000
  • Subdivision: snow landscape condominiums

0123 Range Road, Summit County

  • Owner: Adam Parker
  • Date: May 18, 2021
  • Price: $ 2,400,000
  • Subdivision: Subdivision Anaconda and Daisy

1653 Oro Grande Drive, Unit AA 26, Summit County

  • Owner: Christopher Stewart
  • Date: May 18, 2021
  • Price: $ 545,000
  • Subdivision: Frostfire Condominiums

1653 Oro Grande Drive, Unit AA 37, Summit County

  • Owner: David Ripple
  • Date: May 18, 2021
  • Price: $ 752,500
  • Subdivision: Frostfire Condominiums

0201 Idlewild Drive, Summit County

  • Owner: Austin Finnell
  • Date: May 18, 2021
  • Price: $ 1,400,000
  • Subdivision: Snowberry subdivision

0085 Revett Drive, Lot 130, Summit County

  • Owner: Rex Alman III
  • Date: May 18, 2021
  • Price: $ 695,000
  • Subdivision: Tiger Run Resort Park Subdivision

1246 Mesa Drive, Silverthorne

  • Owner: David Lee
  • Date: May 18, 2021
  • Price: $ 630,000
  • Subdivision: Willow Grove subdivision

0273 Penstemon Road, Summit County

  • Owner: Andrew C. McBryan
  • Date: May 18, 2021
  • Price: $ 600,000
  • Subdivision: Keystone Ranch Subdivision

68 Iron Mask Road, Breckenridge

  • Owner: Richard Logan Wray
  • Date: May 18, 2021
  • Price: $ 2,480,000
  • Subdivision: Shock Hill

0300 Imperial Way, Summit County

  • Owner: Adeline W. Graham Trust
  • Date: May 19, 2021
  • Price: $ 842,000
  • Subdivision: Muggins Gulch

413 W. La Bonte St., Unit 308, Dillon

  • Owner: Edwin L. Fundingsland
  • Date: May 19, 2021
  • Price: $ 223,000
  • Subdivision: Point Dillon Condominiums

22714 U.S. Highway 6, Unit 5984

  • Owner: Matthew Bennett
  • Date: May 19, 2021
  • Price: $ 405,000
  • Subdivision: Hidden River Lodge Condominiums

0102 Salt Lick Circle, Unit 3, Summit County

  • Owner: Lynn Fitzsimmons
  • Date: May 19, 2021
  • Price: $ 409,000
  • Subdivision: Condominiums of the Deck Gore Range

421 Rainbow Drive, Unit 20, Summit County

  • Owner: Robert Luthy
  • Date: May 19, 2021
  • Price: $ 780,000
  • Subdivision: Rivers Edge Condos

1205 W. Keystone Road, Building B, Unit 2792, Summit County

  • Owner: Michael R. Murray
  • Date: May 19, 2021
  • Price: $ 335,000
  • Subdivision: condominiums on the slope

9401 Ryan Gulch Road, Building 5, Unit 9402, Summit County

  • Owner: Sarah Young
  • Date: May 19, 2021
  • Price: $ 460,000
  • Subdivision: snow landscape condominiums

0097 Snow Peak Court, Summit County

  • Owner: Donna E. Stein
  • Date: May 19, 2021
  • Price: $ 1,445,000
  • Subdivision: Whispering Pines Ranch subdivision

0016 Snowmass Circle, Summit County

  • Owner: Edwin Omar Carranza Martinez
  • Date: May 19, 2021
  • Price: $ 39,000
  • Subdivision: Swan Meadow Village subdivision

0414 Crown Drive, Blue River

  • Owner: Snyder Gordon Family Revocable Trust
  • Date: May 19, 2021
  • Price: $ 1,440,000
  • Subdivision: crown subdivision

19 Cucumber Patch Placer Road, Breckenridge

  • Owner: Powell Trust
  • Date: May 19, 2021
  • Price: $ 2,280,000
  • Subdivision: cucumber patch in Shock Hill Condominiums

0053 Hunkidori Court, Unit 8820, Summit County

  • Owner: Shannon Perren
  • Date: May 19, 2021
  • Price: $ 826,500
  • Subdivision: Springs at River Run Condominiums

0325 Lodge Pole Circle, Summit County

  • Owner: Michelle Barnes Living Trust
  • Date: May 19, 2021
  • Price: $ 1,270,000
  • Subdivision: Treehouse Condominiums

160 Creekside Drive, Building B, Unit 13, Frisco

  • Owner: Earl Conrad Pilloud
  • Date: May 19, 2021
  • Price: $ 492,000
  • Subdivision: Creekside Condos

0228 Fawn Court, Summit County

  • Owner: Britt Dimmitt
  • Date: May 20, 2021
  • Price: $ 331,000
  • Subdivision: Buffalo Valley near Wildernest

0515 Straight Creek Drive, Unit 302, Summit County

  • Owner: Anne Marie Ohly
  • Date: May 20, 2021
  • Price: $ 230,000
  • Subdivision: Dillon Valley West Condominiums

22869 US Highway 6, Summit County

  • Owner: Our Lady of the Mountain
  • Date: May 20, 2021
  • Price: $ 6,000,000
  • Subdivision: Mountain View Plaza Condominiums

0542 Northstar Drive, Building 3, Unit 1956, Summit County

  • Owner: Donald E. Fürst
  • Date: May 20, 2021
  • Price: $ 773,000
  • Subdivision: Northstar at Keystone

385 County Road 2020, Silverthorne

  • Owner: Timothy D. Blocher Trust
  • Date: May 20, 2021
  • Price: $ 925,000
  • Subdivision: Ptarmigan Trail Estates subdivision

1501 point machine, unit C1501-102, Frisco

  • Owner: Kevin Kiley Hale
  • Date: May 20, 2021
  • Price: $ 617,000
  • Subdivision: Villas at Prospect Point

106 Broken Lance Drive, Unit 7, Breckenridge

  • Owner: Gregory L. Howeth
  • Date: May 20, 2021
  • Price: $ 651,000
  • Subdivision: Miners Candle Condominiums

203 Wellington Road, Breckenridge

  • Owner: Wellington Breckenridge
  • Date: May 20, 2021
  • Price: $ 2,635,000
  • District: District of Weißhorn

400 Four O’Clock Road, Building 7, Unit C, Breckenridge

  • Owner: Timothy Wilcox
  • Date: May 20, 2021
  • Price: $ 950,000
  • Subdivision: Pine Ridge Condos

0082 Poplar Circle, Summit County

  • Owner: Matthew Vandal
  • Date: May 21, 2021
  • Price: $ 700,000
  • Subdivision: Wildernest subdivision

6238 Colorado Highway 9, Blue River

  • Owner: Mirko J. Vukovich
  • Date: May 21, 2021
  • Price: $ 1,250,000
  • Subdivision: Mountain View Subdivision

0262 Imperial Way, Summit County

  • Owner: Adeline W. Graham Trust
  • Date: May 21, 2021
  • Price: $ 3,673,750
  • Subdivision: Muggins Gulch

928A Lakepoint Circle, Frisco

  • Owner: Benjamin T. Celebration
  • Date: May 21, 2021
  • Price: $ 1,099,000
  • Subdivision: Lakepoint Circle Duplex Homes

110 First Avenue, Unit C, Frisco

  • Owner: M. Michael Rafik
  • Date: May 21, 2021
  • Price: $ 1,080,000
  • Subdivision: Mount Victoria Lodge Condominiums

0209 Ten Mile Circle, Unit 406, Summit County

  • Owner: Swanson Associates
  • Date: May 21, 2021
  • Price: $ 515,000
  • Subdivision: Mountain Plaza Condominiums

0209 Ten Mile Circle, Unit 502, Summit County

  • Owner: Swanson Associates
  • Date: May 21, 2021
  • Price: $ 750,000
  • Subdivision: Mountain Plaza Condominiums

0240 Tennis Club Road, Building 8, Unit 1676, Summit County

  • Owner: David F. Middendorf
  • Date: May 21, 2021
  • Price: $ 679,000
  • Subdivision: Quicksilver Condominiums

119 Windflower Lane, Frisco

  • Owner: Tenmile Peaks
  • Date: May 21, 2021
  • Price: $ 1,650,000
  • Subdivision: Reserve at Frisco

326 Emily Lane, Frisco

  • Owner: Mary Malloy
  • Date: May 21, 2021
  • Price: $ 1,055,000
  • Subdivision: village subdivision

0266 Davis Court, Blue River

  • Owner: Sarita K. Yeldandi
  • Date: May 21, 2021
  • Price: $ 422,500
  • Subdivision: Aspen View subdivision

223 Kestrel Lane, Silverthorne

  • Owner: Hollis Whitson
  • Date: May 21, 2021
  • Price: $ 820,000
  • Subdivision: Subdivision of the hideaway townhouses

100 S. Park Ave., Building E, Unit E-102, Breckenridge

  • Owner: Lindsay Moore Rose
  • Date: May 21, 2021
  • Price: $ 423,000
  • Subdivision: River Mountain Lodge Condominiums

0760 Copper Road, Unit G-304, Summit County

  • Owner: Jason A. Massarelli
  • Date: May 21, 2021
  • Price: $ 791,000
  • Subdivision: Snowbridge Square Condominiums

0085 Revett Drive, Lot 354, Summit County

  • Owner: Bruce Plankinton
  • Date: May 21, 2021
  • Price: $ 310,000
  • Subdivision: Tiger Run Resort Park Subdivision

302B S. Harris St., Breckenridge

  • Owner: James Bilderback
  • Date: May 21, 2021
  • Price: $ 2,050,000
  • Subdivision: Yingling and Mickles addition subdivision

290 Broken Lance Drive, Building A, Unit A-103, Breckenridge

  • Owner: Grant E. Lejonvarn
  • Date: May 21, 2021
  • Price: $ 535,000
  • Subdivision: Woods Manor Condominiums
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Celebrating 40 years in Taos Real Estate | Success Stories

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Louise Rose is just as individualistic in her attitude as she is as an independent Taos broker. This combination has ensured that it successfully brings clients together with the home, land or investment of their dreams.

Before Louise moved here, she was a stockbroker with a NYSE firm. She raised her sons Justin Bailey and Andrew Morrison, who graduated from the eclectic and distinguished Taos High School. “Children who grow up here are well prepared to live anywhere in the world.”

Louise is blessed with loyal clients who appreciate her upbeat approach, ability to listen, and insane sense of humor.

“Finding someone for the perfect home or ranch is the most personal transaction they can have,” said Louise. “It’s worth finding exactly what you’re hoping for. To get to know a customer, you have to listen carefully. Especially if you come from outside the city, it is important to understand exactly what attracted you to our unique and fascinating heart and soul of the Southwest. “

It’s an intuitive process that takes countless hours with people of many languages, cultures, and ethnicities. Often times the first home she shows them is the one they choose.

“Show them what they want; not what other customers desperately want or need to sell unless it’s the perfect thing. That saves everyone a lot of wear and tear. “

Louise has lived in Taos since 1973 and has seen many changes. She believes that no matter how many people move here, the spirit and essence of Taos never change.

In 1982 she carried out the first “Realtor Tours” together with another broker. Within two years, the brokers were ready for a multiple listing service (also known as MLS). Customers finally got the benefit of knowing that the home they were buying was the best choice for them and they no longer had to go to every real estate agent in town to find out what was for sale.

In 1985 she and two other people brought the first real estate franchises to Taos. Louise sold her successful ERA Taos Realtors in 1991. Three years later, she bought the Realty World, Taos franchise and then sold it to work independently.

With the market hot today, her boutique business is in demand through word of mouth and referral.

Louise said, “I personally rarely go to a doctor or lawyer for advertising because the most experienced and talented are as busy as they can get. When I do advertising, it is to the benefit of my salespeople, so that they get the attention. ”

Her longstanding clients include the Comptons: Mike, a successful commercial high quality contractor, and Jane, the Taos optician, whose first appointment is in early October.

Louise sold the Comptons her first Ranchos home, the first they looked at; and then 20 years later she sold it for them to the first buyers who looked at it.

The new doctor, his wife, and their poodle lived in a motel and needed a place to stay immediately.

Two weeks later, the Comptons were out with their two young daughters, four horses and three dogs.

The Comptons are currently selling Taos Creek Cabins, which can be seen in the pictures with Louise on this page.

Pat Allen, another longtime Taoseño and owner of 9 to 5 Ship & Print, said, “I remember the first house Louise showed me was the one I bought. It was the easiest purchase ever. She is still my broker after 30 years.

Louise’s pink, white, and black property signs are eye-catching. Each carries a reminder, “Please don’t disturb the owner,” a thoughtful touch that embodies both the agent’s signature personal style and savvy business acumen.

Louise has enjoyed a life of world travel and adventure and, when she’s not selling real estate, is working on a book. If you are a happy new customer, she will pamper you with stories and you will instantly connect with this powerhouse of energy. They know that you made the right choice in choosing your broker.

“The last decade has been the best of my life and I’ve been happier than ever,” she said. Share your enthusiasm and let Louise Rose help you find the home that will make you happier than ever.

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Tucker Carlson exposes real estate companies ‘wrecking’ America

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“Gavin Newsom is turning the state of California into a swamp,” said Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Tucker Carlson Tonight.

TUCKER CARLSON: In addition to all of the other problems California has, property prices are higher there than anywhere in the country. The average home price in the state of California is now over $ 800,000, more than double the national median. In the past few years, California leaders have passed dozens of laws that they claim will fix the problem because it really is a problem. Governor Jerry Brown, the last man, signed 15 housing laws in 2017 alone. Last year, Gavin Newsom signed 18 separate housing laws. Did it work? No not at all. They didn’t work for the people who live in California. But they weren’t intended for people who wanted to buy houses. Instead, these bills had one purpose: to destroy suburban houses and replace them with high-density apartments. Of course, real estate developers make more money when single-family houses are leveled and replaced by multi-family houses. And real estate developers happen to be the main donors to the California Democratic Party, and Gavin Newsom in particular.

Real estate development company Marcus was one of Newsom’s largest funders in the recent recall election. This week, after surviving the recall, Gavin Newsom tragically rewarded these real estate developers with the largest housing bill ever. Newsom has just signed a series of laws, SB9 and SB10, that will abolish the suburbs in the state of California. The state that invented the suburbs. These bills were approved by the California Building Industry Association, which, citing, “represents the interests of home builders and developers of residential and commercial projects. There will be some new commercial projects in the California suburbs.” As the New York Times put it, you quote, “SB9 essentially ends the single-family zone zones.” Property owners now have state approval to convert any single family home in the state of California into a 4 unit apartment complex. How does this improve someone’s life? It will not. It means demolishing houses to build rental units.

At the behest of his donors, Gavin Newsom is turning the state of California into a swamp. It’s not just happening in California, Oregon recently passed a nationwide ban on single-family home zoning. That’s crazy! Cities like Minneapolis and Sacramento have started allowing apartment buildings on single-family lots. Crowding problem anyone thinks? By the way, only the Chinese government seems to be doing everything possible to rule the real estate developers. “Housing should live and not for speculation,” said the Chinese president. Woo, I hate to quote the President of China but in this case he’s right, one of the largest and most indebted real estate companies in the world is collapsing and China has signaled that it will never be interested in a bailout again. In this country, real estate companies not only get bailouts, they can also write laws that destroy your neighborhood. And in many parts of America, they can tear down the neighboring house and turn it into a residential complex. Big!

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Crow Holdings Announces Closing of Ninth U.S. Diversified Value-Add Real Estate Fund with Approximately $2.6 Billion of Investable Capital

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DALLAS – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Crow Holdings, a leading national real estate investment and development firm, today announced the definitive closing of Crow Holdings Realty Partners IX, LP (“Fund IX” or the “Fund”). Managed by Crow Holdings Capital, Crow Holdings’ investment management company, the fund invests in value-adding real estate investments in the United States, primarily in industrial and multi-family homes and specialty sector opportunities.

Fund IX was oversubscribed with approximately $ 2.3 billion in commitments, above its original ceiling of $ 2.0 billion, and received strong support from existing investors and significant participation from new investors, including global banks and Insurance companies, pension plans, family offices and high net worth individuals. The fund has also co-invested a total of $ 265 million in equity, resulting in total investable equity of approximately $ 2.6 billion for the strategy. Fund IX marks the company’s largest fundraiser to date and is a significant increase over the $ 1.3 billion pledges raised for the previous fund.

The fund focuses on diversified value-add investment and development opportunities in multiple property types in major US markets. Today these possibilities exist mainly in industrial and multi-family houses as well as in special sectors such as prefabricated houses, comfort and gas, self-storage and student dormitories. The fund was fully launched during the Covid-19 pandemic and began investing during this challenging time as well. To date, more than 63% of the fund’s capital has been invested in 62 investments, primarily in the high-growth regions of the Southwest, Southeast and Mountains of the United States

“We appreciate the trust our investment partners have in the continued ability of our team to deliver results to them,” said Michael Levy, CEO of Crow Holdings. “This successful degree shows recognition for our company’s long-standing track record, real estate expertise and, in particular, for our early recognition of the considerable tailwind behind the demand for logistics and e-commerce, the changing population demographics and changing housing preferences as an integral part of our differentiated investment strategy . ”

“With more than 63% of the capital employed in Fund IX, we are already achieving strong investment results, including the repatriation of capital at the beginning of the fund’s life cycle through rapid realizations. This achievement is recognition of the team who have worked hard during this unprecedented and challenging time to continue fulfilling our commitment to all partners, ”said Bob McClain, CEO of Crow Holdings Capital. “We believe that our pipeline – particularly in the industrial, multi-family and specialty sectors – will continue to offer attractive opportunities to grow results throughout the life of the fund.”

Hodes Weill Securities, LLC acted as placement agent for Fund IX.

About Crow Holdings

Crow Holdings is a leading national real estate investment and development company with 70 years of operations and $ 21 billion in assets under management. With a strong track record across property types and market cycles, Crow Holdings pursues unique investment opportunities through a range of strategies and risk-return profiles, creating value for its investors, partners and communities. Operating out of 17 offices in the United States, Crow Holdings has extensive industry reach with expertise in multi-family, industrial, office and specialty sectors and has developed or acquired more than 225 million square feet. Our core principles of partnership, collaboration and reconciliation of interests remain central to Crow Holdings today. More information is available at www.crowholdings.com.

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