Board of Realtors names Cockey Realtor of YearAdam D...

REAL ESTATE WATCH

June 30, 1996

Board of Realtors names Cockey Realtor of Year

Adam D. Cockey, president of the Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors, has been named Realtor of the Year by the organization. Cockey, managing director of W.H.C. Wilson & Co., was honored at the GBBR's 25th annual Realtor Awards Luncheon last week.

Marc Witman of Long & Foster Real Estate was named Distinguished Realtor Sales Associate. Janice Frederick of Coldwell Banker Grempler Realty was awarded the Realtor Community Service Award.

The Affiliate of the Year Award was shared by Robin Ballinger of Residential Title and Alan Ingraham of MNC Mortgage Corp.

Three neighborhoods make 'Top 50' list

Three Baltimore neighborhoods have landed on Worth magazine's list of the top 50 big-city neighborhoods -- those with the highest average household incomes and home values.

In the July/August issue, Homeland, with an average household income of $130,594 and home value of $247,705, ranked No. 40.

The Village of Cross Keys, with an average income of $119,252 and home value of $235,650, was 47th while Mount Washington -- average income $127,082 and home value $150,368 -- was 48th.

Some upscale neighborhoods, including Roland Park in North Baltimore, were not considered because they have fewer than than 1,000 residents.

Pub Date: 6/30/96

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