26 Realtors available from speakers bureau

Industry Watch

August 30, 1998

The Maryland Association of Realtors has established a speakers bureau featuring 26 of its members willing to speak to local civic and community groups about "The Real Estate Process & You" or "Using the Internet in Your Home Search."

The bureau was established to provide the public with information on the home-buying process, according to Dave McIlvaine, chairman of the association's public relations committee.

"A speakers bureau was a good fit because it gives Realtors an opportunity to talk about our area of expertise while conveying valuable and accurate information about one of the most important decisions an individual makes," McIlvaine said.

A directory of speakers can be obtained by calling the association's fax service at 1-800-532-9627 and requesting document No. 3000.

To receive a brochure by mail, call 1-800-638-6425.

News in Brief

Century 21 Diana Realty Inc. said sales associate David Stromberg was named distinguished sales associate of the year by the Harford County Association of Realtors.

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, $2.2 million; Linda Patterson, Annapolis downtown, $1 million; Michele Sinclair, Crofton, $2.1 million; Tony Eller, Deale, $655,000; Carol Little, Fort Meade/Odenton, $467,400; Rich Kuhn, Pasadena, $1 million; Joan Sehellhase,Severna Park, $2.1 million.

In Baltimore and Baltimore County: Betty Gregory, Catonsville; Martha Bondyra, Fells Point, $362,000; Sharon Corcoran, Federal Hill, $178,000; Libby Berman and Michael Yerman, Greenspring, $1.5 million each; John Wood, Parkville, $689,400; Susan Adcock, Perry Hall, $834,700; Marc Goldstein and Harriett Wasserman, Pikesville, $1.8 million each; Brian Hannon, Roland Park, $403,800; Barbara Perdue, Rosedale/White Marsh, $504,800; Janice Warns, Timonium, $1.4 million; Terry Brennan, Towson, $1 million.

In Carroll County: Kathy Schoeffield, Hampstead, $1.8 million; Barbara Delahanty, Eldersburg, $675,350; Mary Anne Ridgely, Mount Airy, $1.5 million; Stephanie Myers, Taneytown, $1.1 million; Paul Steger, Westminster, $746,900.

In Howard County: Sharon Keeny, Columbia, $2 million; Jackie Vaughan, Columbia Broken Land, $1.2 million; Mark Leone, Ellicott City, $1.3 million.

In Queen Anne's County: Rick Pearson, Kent Island, $1.1 million.

In Talbot County: Carol Sue Clark, Easton St. Michaels.

On the Move

Century 21 Diana Realty Inc. said Lisa Galanis and Kippy Davis joined the Bel Air firm as a sales associates.

Moore Warfield & Glick Realtors said Michael Kappes joined its West Fenwick Island office as a sales associate.

Rosemark Custom Homes Inc., a member of the Michael T. Rose Family of Companies, appointed Mike Quinones sales director for Montgomery County.

Pub Date: 8/30/98

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