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Industry Digest

September 28, 1997

Harbel Housing Partnership sponsoring free workshop

Harbel Housing Partnership is sponsoring a free workshop for home sellers at 6: 30 p.m. Oct. 7 at the Towson Library, 320 York Road.

Topics will include methods of selling a house, preparing a property for sale, home inspection, financing presale repairs and mortgages for the seller's next home.

Information or reservations: 410-444-2100.

Open house to be held in Original Northwood

The Original Northwood Neighborhood Association will sponsor a Community Open House from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 12.

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 $200,000.

Information: 410-366-0997.

News in brief

Coldwell Banker Grempler Realty announced its sales leaders in the Bel Air/Festival office for the first six months of 1997: Sharon Beam, $8 million; Barbara Pons, $3 million; Joan Garvin and Sharon Dorsch, $2 million; and Razia Alidina, Barbara Logan, Michael Phipps, Banoo Zeinali, Meredith Leroy, Lou Sentman, Louise Umbarger and Diane Rubino, $1 million.

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

In Anne Arundel County: Allan Poffel, Annapolis, $1.2 million; Janet Hannsz, Annapolis downtown, $2 million; Sally Sweet, Crofton, $1.8 million; Colleen Pearsall, Deale, $599,565; Jill Hanley, Fort Meade/Odenton, $1 million; Gail Lincoln, Pasadena, $972,400; Jeannie Mohr, Severna Park, $2.2 million.

In Baltimore and Baltimore County: Jack Martin, Catonsville, $1.3 million; Dave Martz, Fells Point, $807,200; Marc Witman, Greenspring, $1.1 million; Regina Brockmeyer, Parkville, $936,300; Peggy Emm, Perry Hall, $746,400; Harriet Charkatz, Pikesville, $1.5 million; George Fowler, Rosedale/White Marsh, $1.4 million; Jo Zuramski, Towson, top producer and seller; Bob Norrell, Timonium, $946,250.

In Carroll County: Kellie Patton, Eldersburg, $1.3 million; John Parkent, Hampstead, $700,000; Jennifer Glass, Westminster, $370,511.

In Harford County: Tom O'Connor, Bel Air, $2 million.

In Howard County: Jean Cochran, Columbia, $2.4 million; Jackie Vaughan, Columbia Broken Land, $1 million; Jean Hugh, Ellicott City, $1.3 million.

On the move

Bozzuto Landscaping of Upper Marlboro promoted Richard Schoenbeck to area manager in its Maryland division. Schoenbeck has been a supervisor with the firm for eight years.

W. F. Chesley Real Estate Inc. said Robyn Bryant joined its Crofton office as a sales associate.

Masterpiece Homes, a new custom builder based in Columbia, named Richard Livingston managing partner of the firm, which is building the Enclave, a new gated community in Baltimore County. Livingston was formerly a principal in Cypress Homes of Columbia. He has a bachelor of science degree in engineering from Duke University and a master's degree from the Sloan School of Management at MIT.

Date: 9/28/97

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