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Estes Park Home Guide Weekly 8-02-213

Estes Park Home Guide Weekly 8-02-213

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ales of single-fami-ly homes, condo-miniums and town-houses (takentogether) increased 16 per-cent statewide to 28,068units during second quarter 2013 compared to secondquarter 2012, according toQuarterly Market StatisticalReports released today by the Colorado Association of Realtors (CAR). Year to date(YTD) sales rose just under 17 percent compared to thefirst two quarters of 2012.New listings alsoincreased about 16 percent to 42,348 with growth in new townhouse-condo listingsoutpacing single-family. There was more good newsas median sales prices state- wide rose just over 8 percent to $260,000 for single-family homes and $170,000 for townhouses and condomini-ums compared to the first quarter 2012. Days on themarket continued a down- ward trend“These figures are very encouraging, continuingtrends we reported last quarter and in some instanc-es showing even stronger improvement in our regionalmarkets,” said CAR spokes-person, Karen Levine.“Beginning this quarter weare able to report resultsseparately for single-family and townhouses-condos.Drilling down even further on the statistics and market intricacies will help consum-ers better understand mar-ket trends and assist our Realtor members in servingboth sellers and buyers suc-cessfully. In both categories we are seeing more sales,increased median pricingand fewer days on the mar-ket.” The CAR Housing Afford-ability Index, a newer statis-tical measure for Colorado’s
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Homepricesriseaccompaniedbyfastersales
970-586-1000 • 1200 GRAVES AVE.
MOUNTAIN BROKERS
www.KiowaLand.info
TBD Kiowa Dr • $181,000
• 1.14 Acres with Gorgeous Views• Easy Buildable Corner Lot, Utilities Underground• Great Location for Your Dream Home
www.BigElkMeadows.info
760 Hickory • $285,900
• 2 Bed, 1 Bath, 1232 sq ft• Open Floor Plan, Incredible Views• 2.85 Acres, Gated Community with Great Amenities
www.27circledr.info27 Circle Drive • $179,000
• 2 Bed, 1 Bath, 950 sq ft• Cozy Cabin with Master, Sunroom, Woodstove• Large Deck, Oversized 1 Car Garage
www.2200ArapahoRd.info2200 Arapaho Rd • $885,000
• 4 Bed, 3 Bath, 3890 sq ft• Open Floor Plan, Master has Private Deck• 5.11 Acres, Gorgeous Views
www.CondoInEstes.info1050 S Saint Vrain A-2 • $179,000
• 2 Bed, 2 Bath, 1056 sq ft• Great End Unit Condo, Private Patio off Sunroom• Easy Access to Golf Course and Bike/Walk Path
www.131PonderosaLn.info131 Ponderosa Ln • $395,000
• 4 Bed, 3 Bath, 1956 sq ft• Updated Kitchen, Master has Private Deck• Private Setting, Borders National Forest
www.1837GrahamLn.info1837 Graham Ln • $725,000
• 4 Bed, 4 Bath, 3348 sq ft• Main Level Living, Open Floor Plan, Gourmet Kitchen• 2.27 Acres, Great Location, Fantastic Views
www.SolitudeCabin.info1875 Sketchbox Ln # 2 • $315,000
• 2 Bed, 2 Bath, 1168 sq ft• Many Upgrades and Custom Finishes• Gorgeous View, Great Income Property
www.516RiverRock.info516 River Rock • $650,000
• 4 Bed, 5 Bath, 4086 sq ft• Main Level Living, 2 Master Suites•On the River, Wrap Around Deck, Great Views
www.2090ArapahoRd.info2090 Arapaho Rd • $875,000
• 4 Bed, 4 Bath, 4297 sq ft• Open Floor Plan, Gourmet Kitchen• 2 Master Suites, Walkout Lower Level, Many Upgrades
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Kirk Fisher, Broker
“The Peggy Lynch Team”
 www.peggylynch.com Visit www.peggylynch.com
for all Estes Park listings
Peggy Lynch - Broker Owner
GRI, CRS, ABR, SRES,QSC, RRS, CLHMS, CDPE
ESTES PARK INSIDE & OUT AUGUST 2 2013
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Music
Aug. 2: Live Music at TheCascades. Stanley Hotel. 5 p.m.ug. 2: Live Music Friday Nights.aterfront Grille. 7 p.m.ug. 2: Byrd & Street. Folk.Marys Lake Lodge. 8 p.m.ug. 2: Jerry Garcia Celebrationith Circus of the Dead. RockInn. 10 p.m.ug. 2 & 3: Ray Young. Jazzpiano. Nicky’s Restaurant. 6p.m.ug 2 & 3: Karaoke. Lonigans. 9p.m.Aug 2 & 7: Karaoke with TheWurst DJ. Elk Meadow Lodge &RV Resort. 6 p.m.Aug. 3: Rocky Ridge MusicCenter Student Concerts. Rocky Ridge Music Center. 10 a.m.Aug. 3: Estes Park Sings. Sight-reading singing session.Shepherd of the MountainsLutheran Church. 4 p.m.Aug. 3: Amanda Valley performs.Piano. Estes Park Resort. 6p.m.Aug. 3: Cowboy Brad.Cowboy/Pop. Elk Meadow RVResort. 7 p.m.Aug. 3: Dennis-Tobias Band.Rock. Marys Lake Lodge. 8 p.m.Aug. 3: Amplified Souls. Rock.Rock Inn. 10:30 p.m.Aug. 4: Music in the Mountains.Faculty concert. Rocky RidgeMusic Center. 3 p.m.Aug 4: Dick Orleans. Folk/Rock.Marys Lake Lodge. 6 p.m.Aug. 4: Sarah Caton. Folk. RockInn. 6 p.m.Aug. 4: Branden Sipes.Pop/Rock. The View at CragsLodge. 6:30 p.m.Aug. 4-6: Cowboy Sing-along.Cowboy/ Pop. Bond Park. 7 p.m.Aug. 5: Dick Orleans. Folk/Rock.The View at Crags Lodge. 6:30p.m.Aug. 5: Colorado Music FestivalChamber Orchestra concertfrom the Estes Park MusicFestival. Stanley Hotel ConcertHall. 7:30 p.m.Aug. 6 & 8: James Davis.Spanish & Classical Guitar. TwinOwls Steakhouse. 6 p.m.Aug. 7: Brown Bag Jam.Highland Music & Minstrel’sGifts. 11:30 a.m.Aug 7: Dick Orleans. Folk/Rock.Coffee on the Rocks. 6 p.m.Aug. 7: Jerry Barlow. CelticGuitar. The View at Crag’sLodge. 6:30 p.m.Aug. 7: Alex Thoele. Folk. RockInn. 6:30 p.m.Aug. 7: Cowboy Brad Fitch.Country/Pop. YMCA – OutdoorAmphitheater. 7 p.m.Aug.7: Wednesday Night atPerformance Park with Eric JAndersen. Blues to folk.Performance Park Amphitheater.7 p.m.Aug. 7: Open Mic with JustinFaye. Lonigans. 9 p.m.Aug. 8: Patrick Hardy. Acousticrock. Rock Inn. 6 p.m.Aug. 8: Thursday Night Live withthe Estes Park Village Band.Classic marches and popularmusic. Performance ParkAmphitheater. 7 p.m.Aug. 8: Ladies Night with theDennis-Tobias Band. Rock.Estes Park Resort. 7 p.m.
EstesParkRadio
KREV 104.7 FM
Estes Park Community radio.
http://web.mac.com/krev1047KREV1047/home.htm
Monday-Friday
6--9 a.m. Morning Music9--10 a.m. What’s the Word10--Noon Sounds from the50’sNoon--2 p.m. Jazz and Big Band2--3 p.m. Lux Radio Theater3--4 p.m. Afternoon Classical4--5 p.m. Footlight Parade5--7 p.m. Dinner Music7--9 p.m. Evening Classical9--11 p.m. Lights Down Low11 p.m.--6 a.m. All NightMusic
Saturday
6--9 a.m. Morning Music9--1 a.m. Old Time RadioShows11 a.m.--1 p.m. Music1920’s -1940’s1--3 p.m. Paul’s Show3--5 p.m. An Into the Music5--7 p.m. Hwy 617--9 p.m. Dinner Music Easy Listening9 p.m.--12 a.m. EveningClassical12 -- 6 a.m. All-Night Music
Sunday
6--8 a.m. Praise Music8--10 a.m. Hymns10--11 a.m. InspirationalMessages11 a.m.--1 p.m. Pauls Show1--3 p.m. Afternoon Classical3--5 p.m. Folk Music5--7 p.m. Dinner Music7--9 p.m. Traditional Jazz9 p.m.--Midnight EveningClassicalMidnight-- 6 a.m. All-Night Music
FIRST COLORADO REALTY 
When you want to know aboutEstes Park area real estate, call the experienced professionalsat First Colorado Realty. We specialize in primary and vacationhomes and condos, vacant land and commercial property.Call 586-3333 or 800-401-7750.
PEAK REALTY 
When you are looking for your perfect ‘piece of the Rockies,’ getthe power of Peak Realty. Call us at 800- 530-8812 or, locally,970-586-9551. Stop by our new location at 433A West Elkhorn Ave. in Estes Park.
COLDWELL BANKER - ESTES VILLAGE PROPERTIES
Where the Estes Valley has been coming for real estate solutionsfor over 25 years. We combine Coldwell Banker’s globalresources with our local expertise and small-town way of doingbusiness to make your real estate transactions both successfuland enjoyable. For the most complete and current listings in theEstes Valley, visit us at 320 E. Elkhorn, call us at 586-4425, ortoll-free at 1-800-726-1405. Or visit us atwww. estesparkrealestate.com.
MOUNTAIN PARADISE REAL ESTATE
For 32 years of real estate experience in Estes Park,call (970) 586-0713 or visit our website atwww. mountainparadiserealestate.com.
PRUDENTIAL TEAM REALTY 
Dating back to 1875, the Prudential name, along with the “Rock”logo, has stood for strength, stability and integrity. When homebuyers and sellers see a Prudential Team Realty sign in youryard, they will link the “Rock” with remarkable service, qualityand trust. Prudential Team Realty in Estes Park adds to thisimage with over 165 years of combined Broker real estateexperience. Visit our ofce in the Stanley Village ShoppingCenter.
RE/MAX MOUNTAIN BROKERS
RE/MAX Associates average twice the experience & three timesas many sales per agent than other real estate professionals.When it’s time to sell or buy, it’s time to turn to RE/MAX. Thehometown experts with a world of experience. Call today.970-586-5324 or 1-800-827-8780. Tour our listings atwww.remaxmountain- brokers-estes-park-colorado.com.
RANGE REALTY 
We are the oldest real estate company in Estes Park, offeringyou professional and friendly service for all your real estateneeds. Please call us at 970-586-2345, or visit our website, atwww.rangerealty.com
Realtor Register
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AUGUST 2 2013 ESTES PARK INSIDE & OUT
 
fast from the night and until you send food into your sys-tem, your metabolism doesn’t really start to kick in.Ninth secret. They moveand fidget more. Thin peoplerarely sit and they movearound more, which burnsmore calories throughout theday. Research found the thin/lean sitting two hours less per day, which equated to 350extra calories burned. Tenth secret. They don’t skip meals; therefore they don’t allow themselves theopportunity of grabbingsomething quick (andunhealthy) and/or overeatingdue to hunger. They alwayskeep their stomachs a littlefull at all times by eating fre-quent mini-meals every threeto four hours.If I’ve said it once in these weekly health articles, I’vesaid it a hundred times. It’sthe world’s simplest equation,calories in must equal caloriesout. Change happens whenthe equation gets skewed toone side.internal hunger clues and sati-ety. They are not fans of the“Clean Plate Club” and they don’t like the feeling of beinguncomfortably full and alwaysavoid it.Sixth secret. They don’t surround themselves withtemptation. Rather than stock-ing their kitchen with junkfood, they stock their kitchen with healthy foods. They enjoy the sweets and bakedgoods like everyone else;they just don’t keep themaround.Seventh secret. They allow themselves to enjoy thesetreats. The opposite of thedeprivation mentality that many overweight people prac-tice; thin people let them-selves eat what they crave,sometimes every day. Thedifference is that they do it consciously, choosing exactly  what to eat and putting thecraving to rest.Eighth secret. They eat breakfast. Research supportsthis practice over and over again. Breakfast breaks thetrack of their weight by moni-toring that number by step-ping on the scale frequently and not with an unhealthy fix-ation on the numbers on thescale. It’s a way to catch that 5-pound fluctuation and thenimmediately addressing it. Third secret. They exerciseregularly and make it a criticalpart of their lives. Mood-boosting, calorie-burningexercise is essential in main-taining your body weight andeven more essential for main-taining your health.Forth secret. They don’t solve problems with food. Thin individuals tend not toeat purely for emotional rea-sons and have discovered andimplemented other strategiesto help them through stress-ful, bored, lonely, frustratedor angry times. (i.e. go on walks, watch movies, callfriends, taking a bubblebaths)Fifth secret. They stop eat-ing when they are full. Insteadof mindlessly eating what wasserved, they pay attention topulls it all together off theMSN Health and Fitness web-site, “10 Secrets of the Effort-lessly Thin,” by Sally Wadyka.Here’s how individuals whodon’t seem to struggle withtheir weight make it happen.First secret. They don’t diet or at least in the traditional,all-or-nothing, deprivationsense of the word. “You needto get rid of that diet mentality and realize that what you aredoing is making a permanent lifestyle change. You do cut back on calories to stay thin,but it’s also about being moresensible in your choices,”says Anne Fletcher, M.S.,R.D. and author of Thin for Life book series. Researchhas also shown that thin peo-ple tend to have a better quali-ty diet than those who areoverweight.Second secret. They keep
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ow I know we allhave friends andacquaintances inour lives who areust made from that skinny stuff. No matter what they eat, or don’t eat, whether or ot they exercise, doesn’t atter how old they are; they are just blessed with beingable to always be thin. Lifeust isn’t fair sometimes.Here’s the question, “How uch do skinny people haveo work-out to be thin?”Here’s what’s true, individualsho are able to stay thin haveabits and practice lifestyleskills that allow them to stay hat way. Yes, there’s a chancehat their genetic dispositionight lean towards a thinner ody frame than others, but hey must exercise no moreor no less than the rest of usshould. There is a bunch of esearch and a number of articles on the topic of weight anagement and even specifi-ally on the psychology of hinness. From an article that 
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Deborah Holmes
MedX of Estes
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ousing market, showeddeclines in all areas of thestate for both single-family and townhouse-condo list-ings. This pattern should beexpected as housing pricesove up unless personalincome increases at a com-arable rate. An index of 120eans the median house-old income in that area was120 percent of what is neces-sary to qualify for the medi-an-priced home under pre-ailing interest rates. A igher number is usually interpreted as greater hous-ing affordability. Higher val-es generally benefit buyershereas lower values helpsellers. The greatest afford-ability during the secondquarter of 2013 was in thetownhouse-condo market inthe Northwest Region (220).In comparison, the rates inthe Mountain Region were91 for single-family homesand 107 for townhouses-con-dos, the lowest readings for the quarter.
Northeast Region(Boulder, Larimer,Logan, Morgan,Weld)
 This region of Coloradocontinues to see double digit growth in new listings (+15percent) and sales (+16 per-cent) as well as increasingmedian pricing (+6 percent).Both the quarterly and year to date new listings of single-family homes matched therate of growth for townhous-es-condos. The number of townhouse-condo salesincreased slightly more thansingle-family though themedian price increase wassignificantly greater for sin-gle-family (9 percent versus4 percent). Days on the mar-ket are identical at 81, anaverage 25 percent dropover the same quarter last  year.
MOUNTAIN BROKERS
1200 Graves Ave. Estes Park, CO 80517
Helene Ault586-2454
heleneault@remax.net
Perfect Building lot
181 Old Man Mtn Ln.
 Almost an acre Close to TownBeautiful trees and Rock Out croppingsEasy to build on – several nice sitesCity Utilities available
Possible Owner 
Carry 
$155,000
gorgeouSglenHAVenHoMe
Excellent Value at
$399,500
4 BR, 3 BA, 3763 Sq. Ft. 3.66 AcresCustom Log & Stone, Lg. GaragePrivate Guest SuiteGood Views, Recent Upgrades
Price = $106/ Sq. Ft.
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