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Industry Digest

March 24, 1996

"Housing Festival" to hold tours of neighborhoods

Bus tours of the neighborhoods of Northeast Baltimore will be offered when the Harbel Housing Partnership holds its second annual "Housing Festival" from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, April 21.

The festival seeks to increase homeownership opportunities, especially for the first-time homebuyer, and to promote the neighborhoods of Northeast Baltimore.

Homebuyers can begin their afternoon at the Harbel Community Center at 5807 Harford Road where they can view neighborhood displays, talk with area residents, receive information on local schools and ask lenders about mortgage programs.

Information : (410) 444-2100.

Mary Thompson honored by Long & Foster

Mary Thompson of the Annapolis office earned "Overall Top Producer" honors for the Baltimore/Pennsylvania Regional Division of Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. This is the third consecutive year that Ms. Thompson is receiving the honor, with $12.9 million in settled sales volume.

A real estate agent since 1973, Ms. Thompson was also "Top Lister of the Year." She has been the top producer in the Annapolis office since 1980. Ms. Thompson is past president of Long & Foster's Gold Team, which is composed of the top 15 percent of the company's 6,000 sales associates.

Michael Yerman and Libby Berman of the Greenspring office tied for the region's "Salesperson of the Year" honors with a sales volume of $12.3 million each. Harriet Wasserman and Marc Goldstein of the Pikesville Office won "Top Sales Team of the Year" in the Baltimore region with a combined volume of $20.5 million.

The "Top Transfer Agent" was Murray Haddaway of the Eldersburg office, and the "Top Rookie of the Year" was Marilyn Hendley of Crofton.

With $100 million in real estate sold, the Columbia location headed by Peggy Gallagher was the top-selling office for the fifth straight year.

Joining Ms. Thompson, Mr. Yerman and Ms. Berman as the Baltimore region's top producers were Peggy Stancavage and Steve Graves of Severna Park and Joan Cochran of Columbia.

Pub Date: 3/24/96

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