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Industry Digest

July 07, 1996

ESIC of Columbia appoints 4 new officers

Enterprise Social Investment Corp., a Columbia-based organization that helps provide affordable housing capital by using the federal low-income housing tax credit, recently appointed four new officers.

Chickie Grayson was named president of Enterprise Construction Co., which says it is the nation's largest developer of affordable housing financed through the federal Nehemiah housing program. Grayson joined ESIC in 1987 and has served as vice president of the construction subsidiary.

Others new officers are Dan J. Mendelson, ESIC vice president for acquisitions, Barbara Sonberg, ESIC vice president for asset management, and Vickie Vaughn, vice president for national equity initiatives.

ESIC is a subsidiary of the Enterprise Foundation, a Columbia-based, national nonprofit organization launched in 1982 by James W. and Patty Rouse to provide decent affordable housing for low-income people.

PHH, New America Network to offer services in Mexico

Hunt Valley-based PHH Corp. and New America Network, with headquarters in Hightstown, N.J., are joining forces to offer their clients a variety of real estate services throughout Mexico.

"Together with PHH Mexico, we will build and manage the premier commercial brokerage network in Mexico," said Jeffrey M. Finn, New America's president and chief operating officer.

PHH Mexico has a 10-office residential network to manage residential relocation services. According to Finn, plans call for the establishment of 20 or more commercial real estate offices throughout Mexico.

News in Brief

Bozzuto Homes of Greenbelt is beginning sales at Belmont Forest, a community of single-family homes and townhouses in Ashburn, Va. Bozzuto is offering three single-family floor plans in Belmont Forest which will feature a "traditional neighborhood design" similar to the award-winning Kentlands community in Montgomery County.

Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. said Phyllis Wiesenfelder, a Realtor in its Bethesda/Hampden Square office, is president of the newly established Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School Educational Foundation, which seeks to raise $70,000 next year in honor of the school's 70th birthday.

On the Move

Century 21 Anthony-Gavern Realtors said Leo Scarlett, Sheri Garrison, Karen Kelleher, Romaine Kesecker and John Saracino have joined the firm as sales associates in the Arnold office.

Merkel Builders Inc. said Robert DeCarlo has joined the Baltimore company as senior project manager. Specializing in custom home building and renovations, Merkel also hired Jack Bewley Jr. and Daniel Blevins as carpentry foremen. DeCarlo has 15 years' experience in the construction of custom homes.

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Pub Date: 7/07/98

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