El Paso County’s most expensive foreclosures

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This year is expected to be the second worst for foreclosures in El Paso County and 2011 isn’t likely to be much better.

The following are the 10 most expensive properties sold at the El Paso County Public Trustee’s foreclosure auction on Wednesday, Sept. 14. They are listed in order of bid amount.

1. Borrower: Larkspur Properties

Address: 846 Struthers Ranch Road, vacant land

Bid amount: $1,050,656

Deficiency: $233,517.30

2. Borrower: Dean Politi

Address: 1806 Wood Avenue (80907)

Bid amount: $758,250

Deficiency: $102,124.16

3. Borrower: Paul Ryan

Address: Lots 5 and 6 of Hillside Addition

Bid amount: $616,855.11

Deficiency: $0

4. Borrower: Edward Baker

Address: 3875 Blazingwood Way (80918)

Bid amount: $301,706.36

Deficiency: $1,897.08

5. Borrower: Lisa Baranski

Address: 9630 Daywood Lane (80920)

Bid amount: $285,590.25

Deficiency: $0

6. Borrower: Jeffrey Sylvester

Address: 6135 Tally Ho Lane (80923)

Bid amount: $279,510.36

Deficiency: $0

7. Borrower: Merle Burgess

Address: 2610 Paseo Road (80907)

Bid amount: $273,840.53

Deficiency:

8. Borrower: Wilshire Holding Group

Address: 5415 Prominence Point Unit 7 (80922)

Bid amount: $272,402.50

Deficiency: $0

9. Borrower: Luis Montes

Address: 1124 Dream Lake Court (80921)

Bid amount: $262,261.58

Deficiency: $99,053.51

10. Borrower: Joann Mowdy

Address: 5020 Artistic Circle (80917)

Bid amount: $239,419.80

Deficiency: $0