* Dynasty Mortgage Corp. has opened for business in...

INDUSTRY WATCH

November 07, 1993

* Dynasty Mortgage Corp. has opened for business in Timonium. A mortgage brokerage firm, Dynasty will specialize in "problem credit" financing. Steven L. Meyer is the company president and Michael P. McCaslin is vice president and marketing director.

* ERA Pride of Annapolis is now an affiliate of Electronic Realty Associates L.P., the nation's second-largest real estate franchise network, according to Bob Miser and Jennifer West-Smith, the broker/owners of the Annapolis office.

* First Advantage Mortgage Corp. won the 1993 Outstanding Community Investment Award from Social Compact in Washington.

* Home Builders Meeting House is a new electronic bulletin board dedicated to the homebuilding industry. The computer system will provide a forum for new homebuilders, suppliers and subcontractors to exchange information, solve problems and socialize.

If you have a computer, modem, communications software and a telephone line, you can contact Home Builders Meeting House by dialing (301) 490-7740.

MS Interior Design, a model home merchandiser in the mid-Atlantic region, is currently the sole sponsor for the bulletin board.

For more information, call (301) 490-7700.

ON THE MOVE

* Columbia National Mortgage Corp. named Nancy Santoni mortgage banker at its Lutherville branch. Columbia National, formerly PaineWebber Mortgage Finance, also operates branches in Virginia, Washington, D.C., and 10 other states.

* ERA Caton Realty appointed Bruce MacDonald and David and Bonnie McIlvaine to market new homes by C&P Homes at the Paddocks in Mount Airy.

* O'Conor, Piper & Flynn Realtors has appointed Sally Matthews regional manager for Howard County. As South Region manager, Mrs. Matthews will also continue to manage the company's offices in Anne Arundel County.

* Reilly Mortgage Group of Vienna, Va., has appointed Baltimore native Robert Gould chief underwriter. Mr. Gould has been involved in real estate development, planning and finance since 1960. He comes to Reilly from Maryland National Mortgage.

Smeallie, Orrick and Janka Ltd., a Baltimore-based architectural and planning firm, has elected David P. Miller as a new officer and vice president. Mr. Miller will be the assistant director of design, marketing and administration.

* The Staubach Co., a Dallas-based real estate services firm with an office in McLean, Va., has named Sheri Nixon a senior associate in their Northeast Region.

* Talles Homes, a residential builder based in Pikesville, has appointed Steve Fishman project manger for River Downs, its new golf course community in Finksburg. * Friday: The Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors will sponsor "Professional Standards: Understanding New Ethical Codes in Real Estate," from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in its auditorium at 1501 W. Mount Royal Ave. This course is part of the Risk Management Series on liability and legal issues.

The cost is $30 for members, and $65 for nonmembers.

Saturday: Ryland Homes is holding "Expert Day" from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at its East Coast Decorator Show House in the Cascades community in Sterling, Va.

Questions on decorating, landscaping, mortgage financing and flooring will be answered by a panel that will include representatives from MS Interiors, Armstrong World Industries, Ryland Mortgage Co. and the Brickman Group.

"Expert Day" is one of a series of events to be held at the show house to benefit Habitat for Humanity, International. Visitors are asked to make a donation of $5.

To visit the show house, take I-495 to Exit 7 west toward Leesburg, Va. Take the Cascades Parkway exit toward the Cascades. Make a right onto Hampshire Station Drive. The house is at 46552.

Nov. 20: Denton will hold a one-day forum to discuss growth and development in the Eastern Shore town. The meeting is open Denton residents, architects, engineers, environmentalist and others concerned with these issues. For information call (410) 546-9100 or 479-3625.

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