Maryland Realtors elect Harold Huggins president for...

Industry Watch

November 22, 1998

Maryland Realtors elect Harold Huggins president for 1999

Harold H. Huggins was elected president of the Maryland Association of Realtors for 1999 at the group's recent annual meeting in Ocean City.

Owner/broker of Harold H. Huggins Realty Inc., Huggins specializes in property management, real estate appraisals and commercial and industrial development.

Also elected: William J. Armstrong, a broker with Long & Foster Real Estate Inc., president-elect; Nancy R. Simpers, a sales associate with O'Conor, Piper & Flynn ERA, treasurer; Adam D. Cockey, manager of the Wyndhurst office of O'Conor, Piper & Flynn ERA, secretary.

Free class offered on buying a home

Tri-Churches Housing is offering a free homebuyer education class at 6: 30 p.m. Dec. 10 in the upper hall of St. Jerome's Head Start Center, 765 W. Hamburg St.

The sessions are designed to give participants an opportunity to meet with industry professionals and receive information on the home-buying process.

For more information, call 410-385-1463.

News in Brief

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

In Anne Arundel County: Doug Custer, Annapolis, $7.7 million; Linda Patterson, Annapolis downtown, $1.2 million; Al Friedman, Crofton, $1.7 million; Colleen Pearsall, Deale, $706,500; Theresa and Ronnie Stevens, Fort Meade and Odenton, $655,000; Rich Kuhn, Pasadena, $817,500; Joan Schellhase, Severna Park, $802,800.

In Baltimore and Baltimore County: Jack Martin, Catonsville, $575,500; Bob Fisher, Federal Hill, top producer; Morgan Amaimo, Fells Point, $1 million; Ray Klein, Greenspring, $1 million; Naji Rashid, Parkville, $559,875; Tony Migliaccio, Perry Hall, $1 million; David Desser, Pikesville, $1 million; Brian Hannon, Roland Park, $705,300; Polly Ryan, Rosedale/White Marsh, $446,070; Monica Wills, Timonium, $1.2 million.

In Carroll County: Ron Barnes, Hampstead, $1.4 million; Linda Willis, Eldersburg, $695,500; Jennifer Glass, Westminster, $573,200.

In Harford County: Linda Nash, Bel Air, $2.1 million.

In Howard County: Joan Ward, Columbia, $1.6 million; Shirley Hallmark, Columbia Broken Land, top producer; Mary Jane Macgill, Ellicott City, top producer.

On the Move

Coldwell Banker Stevens Realtors said John Carpenter Sr. joined the firm as a sales associate in the Severna Park office.

Kann & Associates Inc. said Gary McKee joined the Baltimore architectural firm as a project architect specializing in health care and educational projects. McKee holds a bachelor of science in architecture from Oklahoma State Univer

Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. promoted Joe DeLuca, sales manager of the Eldersburg office, to vice president. DeLuca will continue to head the Eldersburg location.

O'Conor, Piper & Flynn ERA said Sally Askew, Towson/Lutherville, Victoria Lynn Little, Bel Air/Abingdon and Jim Dayhoff, Hampstead, joined the firm as sales associates.

Pub Date: 11/22/98

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