'Foreclosure prevention' is focus of classGary Klein...

Industry Digest

July 14, 1996

'Foreclosure prevention' is focus of class

Gary Klein, executive director of the National Consumer Law Center in Boston, will conduct a "Foreclosure Prevention Training" class Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Historic Orchard Street Church, 512 Orchard St.

Topics will include the foreclosure process, workouts, other loan modifications, deceptions to avoid and budget counseling. The $25 fee includes lunch and a handbook. Information: (410) 547-9091.

Cohousing conference at Liberty Village

Liberty Village will be the host for the Third Annual Regional Cohousing Conference and Potluck, beginning at 1: 30 p.m. today at 12301 Liberty Road in Libertytown.

Mike Winston of Synergy Co- Housing in Florida will speak on "Act Globally" as a theme for launching a national cohousing initiative.

Cohousing features private residences clustered near shared facilities and common areas. Information: (410) 366-5109.

News in Brief

Long & Foster Real Estate Inc.said Morgan Amaimo of the Fells Point office was the firm's top producer in Baltimore for May with $1 million in home sales.

Long & Foster Real Estate Inc.said the team of Harriett Wasserman and Marc Goldstein of the Pikesville office took top producer honors for Baltimore County in May with $4.2 million in home sales. Other top sellers were Margaret Steen, Perry Hall, $1.7 million; Marc Witman, Greenspring, $1.5 million; Wanda Lehman, Timonium, $1 million; Rick Sipes, Catonsville, $891,120; and Charlotte Powell, Rosedale/White Marsh, $436,300.

Pub Date: 7/14/96


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