Long & Foster adds Home-Link personal services Long...

INDUSTRY WATCH

January 21, 2001

Long & Foster adds Home-Link personal services

Long & Foster Real Estate Inc., the nation's fourth-largest real estate brokerage firm, said last week that it has become a Home-Link licensee.

Introduced in January 2000, Home-Link provides homebuyers and sellers with personalized services for activities and transactions associated with home purchases. Home-Link brokers introduce their customers to a personal move coordinator, who works with customers to help manage their move.

Home-Link Services Inc., based in Shelton, Conn., licenses its software programs and services to more than 40 residential brokerage firms.

News in brief

Coldwell Banker Stevens Realtors announced its top sellers and listers in its Maryland offices for December.

Annapolis: Jeannie Ellis and Betty Netherland, Jeannie Ellis and Valda Adeyemo; Bel Air-Festival Mall: Joan Garvin and Steve Noll, Barbara Logan and Vicki Wiedel; Bowie: George Hughes and Jerry Sebastian, George Hughes and Stu Stern; Ellicott City: Gayle Briscoe and James and Wendy Judge, Derek Owens and Gayle Briscoe; Lanham/Greenbelt: Adeyeye Aodu and Anthony Davis, Joshua Tambi and Adeane Lavender; Laurel: Lee Morton and Paul Hudson, Donna Vencil and Paul Hudson; Severna Park: Bonnie Wolfe and Kathy Perrotta, Bonnie Wolfe; Towson-Timonium: Millie Jacobs and Shawn Davenport, Leslie Knauff and Mark Hess; White Marsh: Mary Borowy and Fred Archer, Mary Ann Arciaga, Mary Borowy and Fred Archer, and Denise Wilson.

On the move

Atlantic Builders Group Inc. said Ron Bains was promoted to senior estimator at the general contractor company. He joined ABG in 1997 as a construction estimator.

Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. announced several new associates. They are: J. J. Ploquin, Annapolis; James Lawrence, Bel Air; Hermes Furlan, Pikesville; Pamela Sparks, Security; Sandra Moore, Fells Point; Dorian Ritchie, Baltimore; Paula Fasick and Jeffrey Seevers, Ellicott City; and Lisa Martin and Walter Hrab, Columbia.

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