The date of the free homebuyers workshop at 909 E. 22nd...

Industry Digest

November 09, 1997

The date of the free homebuyers workshop at 909 E. 22nd St., sponsored by the NAACP and NationsBank, was incorrectly reported in an article Sunday in the Real Estate section.

It will be held Nov. 20.

The Sun regrets the errors.

Homebuyer workshop set by bank, NAACP

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and NationsBank are offering a free homebuyer workshop from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday at 909 E. 22nd St.

FOR THE RECORD - CORRECTION

Workshop topics include credit, how much house the buyer can afford, how to tell if a house is worth the money, applying for a mortgage and working with a real estate agent.

Participants will be awarded a certificate entitling them to apply for special NationsBank affordable mortgages.

Information: 410-602-9300.

Award of Excellence nominees are sought

The Sales & Marketing Council of the Home Builders Association of Maryland is seeking entries for its 21st Annual Award of Excellence program.

Awards, to be presented March 11 at the Mechanic Theatre, include Project of Excellence, Best Interior Merchandising, Salesperson of the Year, Sales Manager of the Year and Sales Volume Achievement.

Entry deadlines are Dec. 19 for product entries and Jan. 12 for individual awards. For more information call 410-265-7400, Ext. 113.

News in brief

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

In Anne Arundel County: Cathy Karmrath, Annapolis, $1.1 million; Jan Nuscher, Annapolis downtown, $2.2 million; Michele Sinclair, Crofton, $902,600; Connie Hirschman, Deale, $575,000; Jill Hanley, Fort Meade/Odenton, $565,000; Gail Lincoln, Pasadena, $1.8 million; Steve Graves, Severna Park, $1.7 million.

In Baltimore and Baltimore County: Mike Martin, Catonsville, $500,000; Tom Coyne, Fells Point; the team of Michael Yerman and Libby Berman, Greenspring, $1.9 million; Regina Brockmeyer, Parkville, $884,300; Bonnie Pennington, Perry Hall; David Desser, Pikesville, $1.3 million; Barbara Perdue, Rosedale/White Marsh, $532,268; Charles Carroll, Towson, top producer and seller; Jane Zeman, Timonium, $680,250.

In Carroll County: Karen Luster, Eldersburg, $1.1 million; Kerry Mitchell, Hampstead, $383,400.

In Harford County: Kathy Goff, Bel Air, $1.8 million.

In Howard County: Joan Ward, Columbia, $1.4 million; Carlton Chase, Columbia Broken Land, $667,650; Mary Jane Macgill, Ellicott City, $1.1 million.

In Queen Anne's County: Mary O'Connell, $379,900.

On the move

O'Conor, Piper & Flynn Realtors said Kurt Brown joined the firm as a sales associate in its Hampstead office.

The Ryland Group promoted Timothy J. Geckle to senior vice president, general counsel and secretary.

Saunders Realty Co. said Vanessa Adams joined the company as a sales associate in its Baltimore office.

Pub Date: 11/09/97

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