Belair-Edison to hold community open house April...

Industry Digest

March 29, 1998

Belair-Edison to hold community open house April 26

Belair-Edison Housing Service will hold its sixth annual community open house April 26.

A variety of homes, with prices starting around $50,000, will be open to prospective buyers.

Belair-Edison surrounds Herring Run Park, with miles of wooded biker/hiker trails, ball fields, picnic areas, and plants and wildlife.

The Northeast Baltimore community, along Belair Road and Erdman Avenue, is 15 minutes from downtown. Home shoppers can stop by the Belair-Edison Housing Service Office at 3412 Belair Road from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. for light refreshments and maps.

Free housing counseling is available. For more information, call 485-8422.

Seminar to discuss selling your home

"Selling Your Home for All It's Worth" is a free seminar scheduled for 7 p.m. April 8 at Bibelot in the Harford Mall Annex on Boulton Street in Bel Air.

Topics will include what repairs are essential and what remodeling pitfalls to avoid, how to use financing to attract buyers and shortcuts to finding the right buyers.

For more information, call 410-803-9055.

News in brief

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

In Anne Arundel County: Barbara Stammer, Annapolis, $1.8 million; Linda Patterson, Annapolis downtown, $1.2 million; Don Motsinger, Crofton, $905,400; Tony Eller, Deale, $468,500; Theresa and Ronnie Stevens, Fort Meade/Odenton; Rich Kuhn, Pasadena, $1.8 million; Barbara Zietz, Severna Park, $872,600.

In Baltimore and Baltimore County: Mike Martin, Catonsville, $493,500; Margaret Amaimo, Fells Point, $838,000; Michael Yerman and Libby Berman, Greenspring, $1.2 million each; Regina Brockmeyer, Parkville, $463,500; Susan McDonough, Perry Hall, $680,000; Marc Goldstein and Harriett Wasserman, Pikesville, $1.5 million each; Craig Thompson, Roland Park, $1.1 XTC million; Barbara Perdue, Rosedale/White Marsh, $414,350; Scott Haupt, Towson; Janice Warns, Timonium, $1.2 million.

In Carroll County: Penny Wilson and Loretta Ness, Hampstead; Carol Swinton, Eldersburg, $790,000; Tom Hayes, Westminster, $446,500.

In Howard County: Karen Hurwitz, Columbia, $1 million; Lacy Alston, Columbia Broken Land, $892,970; Jean Shane, Ellicott City, $1.4 million.

Prosperity Mortgage Co., a joint venture of Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. and Norwest Mortgage Inc., reports it closed $509 million worth of home loans in 1997, a 40 percent increase over 1996. The average loan in suburban Maryland was $174,000, compared with $145,000 in the Northern Virginia area. Prosperity has offices in Baltimore, Clinton and Rockville.

On the Move

Champion Realty said Chris Marshall, Crofton, and Rupert Knowles, Annapolis, joined the company as sales associates.

First Home Mortgage Corp. said Thomi Dates joined the firm as a senior loan officer in its Towson/Lutherville office.

The Home Builders Association of Maryland appointed Kristin A. Josephson communications director. She previously worked at the Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors.

Pub Date: 3/29/98

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