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This web site is NOT about NorthStar Homes in Loveland, Colorado.
Their web site is http://www.northstar-homes.com.
This site is not about them or their business practices.

However, given the fact that they knew about NorthStar in Florissant, and the negative publicity generated by them, and that NorthStar Homes in Loveland took no action to protect their name or reputation after they knew of NorthStar in Florissant, we seriously doubt any sincerity NorthStar Homes in Loveland may express. NorthStar Homes in Loveland NEVER responded to our inquiries. Hardly what we would consider a concerned party. We think, perhaps, that being in the same business, the attitude of NorthStar Homes in Loveland was, "There, but for the grace of god, go I". We consider the lack of response from NorthStar Homes in Loveland somewhat shameful, and perhaps, very telling.


This web site is about NorthStar Home Builders, and their many other corporate entities, formerly of Florissant, Colorado. No offense to any other company using the name is intended, unles, like with NorthStar Homes in Loveland, there was an indifference that we feel bordered on criminal. This web site is also about the people who ran NorthStar (Barbara Robbins and Douglas Robbins) and those who aided and abetted them one way or another. Some were employees, some were contractors, some are lawyers, some ran other businesses. This web site is also about Grand West Financial, formerly of Colorado Springs and its cowardly owner Kevin Marks and about Rocky Mountain Construction Lending in Highlands Ranch, Colorado and its owner Monica Wasden, and Summit Crest Homes who knew about NorthStar and did nothing about it. We are stating our opinions and backing those opinions with the testimony of others, court documents and anything else we could locate. After reading it all, we believe you will agree with us that Barbara Robbins and Douglas Robbins were engaged in what we feel are criminal activities along with Kevin Marks of Grand West Financial and Monica Wasden of Rocky Mountain Construction Lending. We think you will agree with us that Summit Crest Homes is what we would characterize as an enabler: they were aware of the problem but took no action, preferring to protect their source of income rather than protect the purchaser.

On July 27, 2007, we received an email from Jerrod Reichardt, General Manager of NorthStar Homes in Loveland, expressing concerns about our comments.

We replied:

Our concerns are stated on the web site. We called your company in 2001 with no results. No one would talk to us and when we were told someone would call us, they did not. Like many other companies we contacted, your company preferred not to get involved. We got the distinct impression that the construction/modular home community preferred to ignore bad eggs as long as their business was good. Somewhat akin to "I won't comment on someone else in the business".

The only information we were able to gleen from our contact was that your company was aware of NorthStar in Florissant and considered them to be unlawfully using the name. Beyond that we were stone-walled and left with a negative impression.

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