Community Open House in Original Northwood todayThe...

Industry Digest

September 07, 1997

Community Open House in Original Northwood today

The Original Northwood Neighborhood Association will sponsor a Community Open House today from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

The neighborhood, in North Baltimore between Loch Raven Boulevard and The Alameda, is known for its tree-lined streets.

Visitors can tour townhouses, semidetached and single-family homes ranging in price from $70,000 to $180,000.

For more information, call 410-366-0997.

Housing festival to focus on homeownership

The Home Ownership Program of Catholic Charities will have an open house and housing festival next Sunday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at 4367 Hollins Ferry Road in the Hollins Ferry Professional Center.

Among the activities scheduled are: Detailed descriptions of the open houses with maps and directions, pre-purchase qualifying by local lenders and Realtors, information on first-time home buying programs, information on the Baltimore County Settlement Expense Loan Program and information on HUD 203 (k) -- purchase and rehabilitation -- financing.

For more information call, 410-737-8374

Home-buying workshop is Sept. 23, Sept. 30

Harbel Housing Partnership is sponsoring a free, two-part home-buying workshop at 6: 30 p.m. Sept. 23 and Sept. 30 at St. Francis Roman Catholic Church, 3615 Harford Road. Part One will cover housing affordability, credit and mortgage programs. Information on Baltimore County's Settlement Expense Loan Program, contracts, home inspection and working with a Realtor will be in Part Two.

For information or a reservation, call Harbel at 410-444-2100.

Buying, financing home subject of Bibelot workshop

"How To Buy A Home With Little Or No Money Down -- The Buying Edge" is the title of a free workshop scheduled for 7: 30 p.m. Wednesday at Bibelot in the Harford Mall Annex on Boulton Street in Bel Air.

Interested people who can't attend the workshop can receive a free audiotape of the program by calling 410-803-9055. The workshop is sponsored by Terry O. Stafford, director of marketing at Benchmark Title LLC.

News in brief

Century 21 Rosendale Realty said Mary L. Rosendale Pierson, its owner, was named Business Person of the Year by the Kent Island Rotary. Pierson was cited for "her endless stamina, participation and involvement" during three decades of commitment to Queen Anne's County and Maryland. She is serving her second four-year term as a member of the Maryland Real Estate Commission.

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

In Anne Arundel County: Mary Thompson, Annapolis, $1.9 million; Janet Hannsz, Annapolis downtown, $870,000; Sally Sweet, Crofton, $5.9 million; Bill Whitman, Deale, $933,000; Sylvia McKnight, Fort Meade/Odenton, $602,900; Peggy Stancavage, Severna Park, $982,870.

In Baltimore and Baltimore County: Pat Blair, Catonsville, $405,300; Rick Milam, Fells Point, $470,550; the team of Michael Yerman and Libby Berman, Greenspring, $1 million each; Fay Marsiglia, Parkville, $189,000; Tony Migliaccio, Perry Hall, $1 million; Marc Goldstein and Harriett Wasserman, Pikesville, $1.6 million each; Craig Thomson, Roland Park, $909,500; Rob Kaetzel, Rosedale/White Marsh, $409,500; Gil Boudreau, Towson, $960,400; Bob Norrell, Timonium, $1 million.

In Carroll County: Janice Kirkner, Eldersburg; Kerry Mitchell, Hampstead, $889,700.

In Harford County: Bill Snyder, Bel Air.

In Howard County: Sharon Keeny, Columbia, $1.8 million; Mary Jayne Myers, Columbia Broken Land, $680,000 each; Maureen Wienecke, Ellicott City, $457,000.

In Queen Anne's County: Dick Sivewright, Kent Island, $2.4 million.

On the move

O'Conor, Piper & Flynn said Cindy Durgin has joined its Ellicott City/Catonsville office. She was a broker/manager with Century 21 Forty West. Durgine represented nearly 150 brokers in the Howard County region at the National Brokers Communication Conference.

Champion Realty said J. C. "Joe" Klingenberger and Susan Flanagan joined its Severna Park office as sales associates in the commercial real estate section.

W. F. Chesley Real Estate said Samuel Brown, Juanita Major, Rick Harmel, Daniel Dodd, Debbie Kay and Maria Head joined the Crofton firm as sales associates.

Coldwell Banker Grempler Realty said Karl Metsch, Julie Ivey, Debbie Clarkson, Betty Eibner Dougherty and Tom Greenbaum joined the firm as sales associates in the Timonium office. Other new agents are Julia Embry and Linda Allen, Security; and Les Dwonzky and Fred Hondo, White Marsh.

Washington Homes named Thomas J. Pellerito president-homebuilding operations and chief operating officer of the Landover-based company. He previously was president of Richmond American Homes.

Pub Date: 9/07/97

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