Homebuilders' fund gives $10 million to victims of Sept. 11

Industry Watch

July 07, 2002

The Home Builders Care Victims' Relief Fund has distributed almost $10 million donated by the homebuilding industry to Sept. 11 victims, according to the National Association of Home Builders.

More than 5,000 members of the homebuilding industry participated. Beazer Homes, Centex Corp., the Lennar Foundation and Pulte Homes each contributed more than $1 million.

"Ultimately, the fund collected almost twice its original goal," said Robert L. Mitchell, a former NAHB president.

Recipients included victims living in the New York metro region, the American Red Cross, United Way's Sept. 11 Fund and volunteer fire departments.

News in brief

Superior Real Estate

opened a new central office in the Catonsville Professional Center. The new address is 405 Frederick Road, Suite 1.

The Frederick Academy of Real Estate

is accepting registrations for its September broker/associate broker prelicensing courses. Call: 800-854- 0950.

The Senior Advantages Real Estate Council

announced Detra Dorsey, a sales counselor with Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. in Baltimore, has been designated a seniors real estate specialist.

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