Coldwell Banker is led by Ellicott City office

Industry Watch

May 02, 1999

The Ellicott City office of Coldwell Banker Grempler Realty Inc. was named the 1998 No. 1 office in closed gross commission income in Maryland for Coldwell Banker Real Estate Corp.'s 55 Maryland offices.

According to office manager Joan Pittroff, the office had its best year on record with a "production record 60 percent above 1997."

Elaine Northrup of the Ellicott City office was honored by Coldwell Banker as its No. 3 sales associate internationally, No. 1 sales associate Northeast Region and No. 1 sales associate in Maryland. Northrup reported $90 million in total volume sales.

News in Brief

O'Conor, Piper & Flynn ERA said nine of its associates were honored for being ranked in the top 10 in the nation for productivity last year at the 1999 ERA International Business Conference in San Diego in March. Those honored included Whit Harvey (Greenspring), Nancy Hubble and Karen Bisbee (Greenspring), Debbie and Doug Burchardt (Ellicott City), Cookie and Dave Stone (Reisterstown) and Beve and Ed Wisch (Ocean Pines).

Century 21 Horizon said Linda Torbit was named top listing associate in the franchise, while Jim Skarda was named its top sales associate.

O'Conor, Piper & Flynn ERA said Stanley Dill, manager of the Hampstead office, was awarded the Certified Real Estate Brokerage Manager designation by the Real Estate Brokerage Managers Council. The designation is given to those who complete courses in finance, marketing, training, recruiting and strategic planning.

Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. recently announced its top producers for February.

In Anne Arundel County: Lisa Riggleman, $5,823,252, Annapolis; Karen Nye, $1,511,500, Annapolis Downtown; Lorie Scheibel, $976,800, Crofton; Theresa Stevens, $1,212,651, Fort Meade/Odenton; and Peggy Stancavage, $1,284,355, Severna Park.

In Baltimore County and Baltimore: Ed Moreau, $520,000, Catonsville; Sharon Cocoran, $595,500, Federal Hill; Angel Stevens, $1,658,000, Fells Point; Michael Yerman and Libby Berman, $6,836,400, Greenspring; Chris Kwegan, $380,900, Parkville; Tony Migliaccio, $1,000,300, Perry Hall; Harriet Charkatz, $999,900, Pikesville; Lawrason deMuth, $385,500, Roland Park; Polly Ryan, $857,900, Rosedale/White Marsh; Jane Zeman, $649,500, Timonium and Gil Boudreau, $2,210,900, Towson.

In Carroll County: Fran Sturgill, $457,065, Hampstead; Carol Swinton, $2,210,540, Eldersburg; Shelley Chinskey, $1,330,545, Westminster; and Mary Anne Ridgely, $1,293,800, Mount Airy.

In Harford County: Sandie Klein, $1,452,090, Bel Air.

In Howard County: Joan Cochran, $2,982,800, Columbia; and Jean Hugh, $2,449,400, Ellicott City.

In Queen Anne's County: Hope Reed, $900,600, Kent Island.

Century 21 Real Estate Corp. announced that Denise Diana of Century 21 Diana Realty Inc. has achieved emerald-level status. Emerald-level status is awarded to an agent who has met minimum gross closed commissions or unit requirements during the third year of the masters program.

Stephen Homes Inc. said it has received the Quality Builder Warranty Corp.'s Mark of Excellence Award for demonstrating outstanding craftsmanship and customer service.

Century 21 Anthony-Gavern Realtors said Frank Gavern III, Lennox Lloyd and Adrienne Celeste have all achieved master-level status by meeting gross closed commissions or unit requirements during the first year of the masters program.

Hileman Real Estate Inc. said Sonia Zaffiris has been named its top sales agent for 1998 -- the second year in a row she received that honor.

On the Move

Century 21 Elite said John Britton, Diane Hill, Walter Cromwell, Sammy Drumright, Marquitta March, Pat Tyler and Shirley Thomas have joined the firm as agents.

Century 21 Volke said Pat Issac has joined the firm as an agent.

What's new?

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