Homebuying seminar scheduled April 23The Greater Baltimore...

Industry Watch

March 23, 1997

Homebuying seminar scheduled April 23

The Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors is holding a free homebuying seminar from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. April 23 at 1501 W. Mount Royal Ave.

GBBR members will discuss the advantage of buying vs. renting, what to look for in a home, choosing a Realtor, understanding contracts and purchasing, financial requirements for buying a home, loan information and settlement procedures.

For a reservation or additional information call Teresa Thornton at 410-462-2500.

Handbook addresses homebuilding safety

The National Association of Home Builders and the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration have joined forces to publish the Jobsite Safety Handbook to help homebuilders meet OSHA safety guidelines.

A limited number may be obtained from OSH regional offices. The handbook may also be purchased from the NAHB Bookstore by calling 800-223-2665. The price is $12 for NAHB members, $15 for nonmembers.

News in brief

Harbel Housing Partnership Program said Regina Buker, a program director, was recently appointed to the Advisory Council on Community Investment and Affordable Housing of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta.

Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. announced the top producers for sales and listings for January in various offices.

In Anne Arundel County: Charles Buckley, Annapolis, $1.1 million; Bill Kelley, Downtown Annapolis, $230,000; Carol Jepson, Crofton, $815,900; Bill Whitman, Deale, $686,000; the team of Theresa and Ronnie Stevens, $897,000, Fort Meade/Odenton; Rich Kuhn. Pasadena, $1 million; Peggy Stancavage, Severna Park, $936,800.

In Baltimore County: Betty Gregory, Catonsville, $442,000; Morgan Amaimo, Fells Point, $573,800; the team of Michael Yerman and Libby Berman, Greenspring, $2.2 million; Betty Wilson, Parkville, $440,000; Harriet Wasserman and Marc Goldstein, Pikesville, $591,400 each; Terry Brennan, Towson, $1.3 million; Chris Crampton, Timonium, $1 million.

In Carroll County: Jay Hull, Eldersburg, $650,500; Paul Steger, Hampstead, $543,000; Jennifer Glass, Westminster, $694,580.

In Harford County: Libby Benthem, Bel Air.

In Howard County: Jean Legal, Columbia, $920,000; Linda Nash, Columbia Brokenland, $672,500; Lois Bousman, Ellicott City, $525,000.

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Pub Date: 3/23/97

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