Long & Foster Cos. sets sales record of $3 billion in...

Industry Watch

May 26, 2002

Long & Foster Cos. sets sales record of $3 billion in April

Long & Foster Cos. announced that total April sales hit a company all-time record of $3 billion. The figure includes sales from Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. and affiliates Prosperity Mortgage, Mid-States Title and Long & Foster Insurance.

Sales from the Baltimore region increased 19 percent to $395 million when compared with April of last year.

Bethesda Gateway in Montgomery County was rated the top office with $96 million in sales. Columbia ($29 million), Greenspring ($51 million) and Annapolis ($23 million) were rated the top Baltimore offices.

News in brief

The Carroll County Association of Realtors

named Sherri Campeggi 2001 Rookie Realtor of the Year. Campeggi is an agent in the Westminster office of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.

Re/Max International

announced its first-quarter home sales volume increased 20 percent, or $2.6 billion, in the Central Atlantic region when compared with the same period last year.

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

announced its Honor Roll Maryland sales associates for March. Andrews: Roy Hoskins, Rosalind McQueen, JP Scott, Pat Dowtin and Mary Rogers; Annapolis: The Brown Group, Ron Deem, Diana Smith and Diane Quigley; Bel Air/Festival Mall: Fred Archer, Mary Borowy, Joan Garvin, Lisa Reynolds, Candy Myers, Kim Noll and Paula Smith; Bethesda/Potomac: Beryl Metzger, Steve Tougias and Helen Han; Bowie: George Hughes, Stu Stern, Sebrena Woods and Christine Knott; Columbia: Joseph Poirier, Allen Mummert and Paul Buckmaster; Ellicott City: Tommy Roberts Sr., Gayle Briscoe, Kim Huston, Gaye Rittenhouse, Sam Malik and Aliza Taylor-Allison; Frederick: Frank Valente, Jerry Coates, Joyce Zimmerman and Gail Mann; Gaithersburg: Kay Waters, Natalie Halem, Maureen D'Aiutolo, Joy Knox and Sandra Lillywhite; Lanham/Greenbelt: Jared Jefferies, Adeyeye Aodu, Gloria Bouknight, Kevin Hill, Adeane Lavender, Denise Parker, Kevin Andrews and Darlene Jones; Laurel: Glenn Feagin, Paul Hirt, Karen Guiffre, Donna Vencil and Kevin Hammersmith; Oxon Hill/Fort Washington: Dave Childers, Tim Wood, Tena Hines, Carolyn Babich, Bernice Clarke, LaNeta Banks, Sheila Seldon and James Haskins; Phoenix: Don Martinek, Terry Ewalt, Katie Heffner and Terry Cellini; Severna Park: Bonnie Wolfe, Jeanne Law and Beverly Teal; Towson/Timonium: Leslea Knauff, Clarice Neukam and Sue Goetzinger; Upper Marlboro: Kathy Hutchins, Carol Keegan, Maureen Jordan, Anthony Williams and Hildy Cardaci.

Century 21 Real Estate Corp.

announced that Frank Gavern III and Lennox Lloyd, both of Century 21 Anthony-Gavern, have achieved diamond level and emerald level status, respectively. Diamond status is awarded to an agent who has met minimum adjusted gross commissions of $150,000 or 50 units. Emerald status is awarded to an agent who met minimum adjusted gross commissions of $120,000 or 40 units.

Long & Foster Real Estate Inc.

announced its top sales associates in Howard County for April. Clarksville-River Hill: Jim Bodine and Denise Shrader; Columbia: Terri Westerlund; Ellicott City: John Hurly, Jason Russell and Jim Bimstefer; Howard County at Waverly Woods: Creig Northrop.

Long & Foster Real Estate Inc.

announced its Columbia office received top manager, office and agent awards for the Baltimore/Pennsylvania region. Peggy Gallagher was chosen as top manager and the office also ranked first in terms of settled gross commissions and settled units for the 10th year in a row.

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