Irvington groups offer new homes tourThe Irvington...

INDUSTRY WATCH

October 02, 1994

Irvington groups offer new homes tour

The Irvington Community Association, Chase Manhattan Mortgage Corp. and Neighborhood Housing Services of Baltimore are holding a tour of about 25 homes for sale in that community from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Oct. 9.

The tour will begin at NHS's Irvington office at 4107 Frederick Ave., where visitors will receive a list of tour houses.

Housing styles will range from rowhouses to detached Victorians. Priced from $30,000 to $100,000, houses will be highlighted by signs and balloons.

Housing counselors will be available to advise guests and a free credit report will be given to prospective buyers. Representatives of Chase Manhattan Mortgage and NHS will answer questions about home buying and will pre-qualify interested visitors.

NHS will also provide information about its purchase-rehab loans, which allow renters to buy a home with a monthly payment that is equal to or lower than their current rent.

Information: Brenda Ready of NHS, 644-1904; Will Backstrom of Chase Manhattan, 576-8100.

Community tour today in Mayfield

The Mayfield Improvement Association will hold a community-wide open house from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 2. Signs and balloons will identify the 15 Mayfield homes that are on the market.

A list of open houses can be picked up at St. Francis of Assisi Church Hall. The semi-detached and rowhouses are on the east and west sides of Harford Road between Erdman and Chesterfield avenues.

A string quartet concert will be held at 4 p.m. at St. Francis. Information: 889-4406.

NEWS IN BRIEF

* Prudential Preferred Properties said Don Fitzgerald, an associate broker with its Columbia office, has been awarded the Certified Residential Specialist Designation by the Residential Sales Council of the Realtors National Marketing Institute.

ON THE MOVE

* American Family Homes Inc. named Jack L. Wolff general manager and chief operating officer of the St. Charles-based firm, which specializes in building homes for people who already own a home site.

* BLC Properties Inc. named John P. Dixon president of the Harford County development company. Formerly the firm's vice president for marketing, Mr. Dixon replaces Paul Gilbert, who left to become director of the Harford County Office of Economic Development.

Mr. Dixon will oversee the completion of Riverside, a 1,475-acre planned, mixed-use community in Belcamp that will include 3,000 residential units, 4 million square feet of industrial space, a shopping center, elementary school and nursing home.

nTC Before joining BLC, Mr. Dixon was project manager at Baltimore's HarborView project. He holds a bachelor of arts degree in economics and business administration from Western Maryland College and a master's degree in real estate and urban development from American University in Washington.

* Builder's First Choice has promoted Patricia Nunn from sales assistant to salesperson. She will handle new homes sales for Powers Homes in the Eldersburg section of Carroll County.

* Bozzuto & Associates of Greenbelt has named John Schlichenmaier senior vice president. He will head Bozzuto Single Family Homes, which will build 120 homes in Ashford Oaks in Charles County. Mr. Schlichenmaier had been responsible for the homebuilding operation at the Houston division of D. R. Horton.

* Century 21 Diana Realty Inc. said David Harman has joined the company as a salesman.

* Chapel Valley Landscape Co. of Woodbine said Jeff Pluta recently began working as a landscape designer in the firm's Virginia Landscape Branch.

* Chateau Builders of Columbia has named Carole S. Le Vine sales manager for The Willows of Crofton in Anne Arundel County. She comes to Chateau from Builder's First Choice, where she was a sales and marketing manager.

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