Parade of Homes features 17 houses


May 05, 1991


JCC, CHAI sponsor home buying program

The Jewish Community Center and Comprehensive Housing Assistance Inc. (CHAI) are sponsoring a series of classes on buying a home.

Session Two, on Tuesday, May 7, features Rahn Barnes of First National Mortgage Corp. He will speak on "The Financial Picture: Mortgages and Taxes."

The final session, on May 14, covers "Legal Aspects of Contracts," by lawyer Sanford Cardin and "Closing and Settlement," by Naomi Cohen-Berman, president of Title Group Inc.

All classes meet at the Jewish Community Center, 5700 Park Heights Avenue. For more information, call CHAI at 466-1990.



Neighborhood projects awarded $180,000

Mayor Kurt Schmoke recently awarded more than $180,000 in Neighborhood Incentive grants to community groups in Baltimore.

The money will be used for neighborhood projects. For example, the Dr. Lillie M. Jackson Elementary School, the Rosemont Elementary School, Neighborhood Housing Services and Ash-Co-East/Coppin Heights Neighborhood Association are building a playground for able-bodied and handicapped children.

Neighborhood Incentive Program grants are designed for projects with a life span of at least 20 years. They often attract matching funds from the community.


Association to offer seminar on 'survival'

The Property Owners Association of Greater Baltimore will present Part Two of its "Landlord Survival" seminar on May 8 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Tremont Plaza Hotel.

The seminar focuses on tenant selection policies, discrimination issues, eviction and rent court procedures, lease arrangements, maintenance, and legal compliance with the Baltimore City Code and the Baltimore County Livability Code.

2& For information, call 727-1324. 7/8 The Frederick County Builders Association will sponsor its annual Parade of Homes May 11-19 throughout the county. The event will feature 17 outstanding homes.

For those 10 days, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., people can shop for a new home or browse for decorating ideas.

Tickets for the event cost $3.

Baltimore Sun Articles
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.