Garfield County Real Estate Transactions |

Garfield County Real Estate Transactions

Seller: Roy D. Cerf and Michelle CerfBuyer: Rafael Orlando MendozaAddress: 93 Meadow Wood Drive, Unit B-2, CarbondalePrice: $290,000Date: December 19, 2008Seller: Lenard T. NewtonBuyer: Amanda M. HinmanAddress: 12 Saint Johns Circle, ParachutePrice: $119,000Date: December 29, 2008Seller: John Frantz ad Kim FrantzBuyer: Trail and Rails West LLCAddress: 1809-1817 Medicine Bow Court, SiltPrice: $725,000Date: November 25, 2008Seller: Enrique Gonzalez Redon and Mirella RodriquezBuyer: Kristin L. Bohman, Patricia Bohman, and John F. BohmanAddress: 265 Avery Court, New CastlePrice: $275,000Date: December 12, 2008Seller: Thomas J. SowiejaBuyer: Taylor J. Arbaney and Kelsey N. SosAddress: 420 16th Street, SiltPrice: $305,000Date: December 5, 2008Seller: Felix Cabrera and Ester CerpaBuyer: Melody Cline Payne and Ryan Benjamin PayneAddress: 715 Overlin Drive, Glenwood SpringsPrice: $380,000Date: November 28, 2008Seller: Rio Rancho Deluxe LLCBuyer: Robert H. Throm and Phyllis A. ThromAddress: Lot 16, Block A, River Valley RanchPrice: $300,700Date: November 22, 2008Seller: Joseph R. SmithBuyer: Kaid Charles HarrisAddress: 775 Sebree Place, CarbondalePrice: $268,809Date: December 5, 2008Seller: Claire RidgleyBuyer: Sandra L. ViskenAddress: 51519 Highway 6 & 24, Condominium Unit 1-A, Glenwood SpringsPrice: $152,500Date: December 1, 2008Seller: LAT Trust Buyer: Randy G. Harlan and Karla K. HarlanAddress: 0051 Angelica Circle, ParachutePrice: $168,000Date: December 12, 2008Seller: Lisa Porter Hofsess and Patricia L. Hofsess Buyer: Jamin Heady-SmithAddress: 3800 Old Lodge Road, B-7, Glenwood SpringsPrice: $317,000Date: December 5, 2008Seller: Jean Margaret McFaulBuyer: Crystal Joy BeltzAddress: 769 Sebree Place, CarbondalePrice: $188,378Date: November 26, 2008

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