* Coldwell Banker Grempler Realty Inc. reported Elaine...

INDUSTRY WATCH

March 27, 1994

* Coldwell Banker Grempler Realty Inc. reported Elaine Northrop of the Ellicott City/Howard County office has been named top producer among the 50,000 Coldwell Banker sales associates throughout the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico for the third straight year with a record $31 million in sales. Ms. Northrop had $27 million in sales in 1992 and $20 million in 1991.

* Credit Repair & Financial Services of Baltimore announced the appointment of its president, Natalie Love, as chairman of The National Urban League and NationsBank Community Loan Review Board and Comprehensive Credit Counseling Project.

* The Home Builders Association of Maryland announced that the Johns Hopkins Children's Center and Children's House have been named official charities and will receive proceeds from the "Dream Home" showcase of nine custom-built homes, which will be open to the public June 11-26 in the Woodbridge subdivision in Baltimore County.

* Ryland Homes Baltimore North Division, recorded 428 sales in 1993, which the company said kept it at the top in market share in Harford County.

* The Institute of Real Estate Management Foundation reminds minority college students Thursday March 31 is the deadline to apply for its Brooker Collegiate Scholarships, which include a $2,500 scholarship for a graduate student and two undergraduate grants of $1,000 each. Information: (312) 329-6008.

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