MICA seeking entries for remodeler awards The Maryland...

INDUSTRY WATCH

September 01, 2002

MICA seeking entries for remodeler awards

The Maryland Improvement Contractors Association has issued its final call for entries into its 2002 Remodeler of the Year awards program.

The deadline for receipt of entries is Sept. 16.

MICA recognizes excellence in workmanship in these 13 categories: residential kitchens (less than $25,000, $25,000 to $50,000, more than $50,000); residential baths (less than $25,000 and more than $25,000); residential interiors (less than $25,000 and more than $25,000); residential exteriors (less than $50,000 and more than $50,000); residential specialty; entire home; commercial project; and historical residential projects.

The awards will be presented Nov. 20 during ceremonies at the Center Club in Baltimore.

Contractors seeking an application for the MICA awards should contact the association at 410-752-3318, fax 410-752-8295 or e-mail mica@assnhqtrs.com.

Masonry Homes starts work at Hallie Hill Farm

Masonry Homes has broken ground at Hallie Hill Farm, single-family homes near Manchester.

The community will have 71 houses when complete.

The first section was released for sale June 8 and sold out soon after. The second section is scheduled to open in the fall.

Ryland has repurchased 1 million shares since July

The Ryland Group Inc. has announced the repurchase of 1 million shares since July 26. The company has repurchased 1.6 million shares so far this year and has authorized the purchase of 1.7 million more.

Re/Max reports sales of $3 billion in first half

Re/Max International reports that sales volume in Maryland in the first six months was $3 billion, up 18 percent from last year.

The brokerage says that its 1,720 associates in the state helped 15,500 families with real estate transactions in the period.

The real estate network has also announced a marketing partnership with the Moving Coach to help guide consumers through the moving process and provide discounts on services related to moving.

On the move

Gary Blucher

has been named vice president for construction by Masonry Homes. Blucher joined Masonry Homes in August 1992 after 23 years with the DeChiaro-Rachuba Group, where he was vice president for construction.

Eva Rottler

has joined Century 21 Diana Realty Inc. as a sales associate.

Coldwell Banker

Residential Brokerage announces July's top producers:

Annapolis/Church Circle - Dave Wright; Annapolis Plaza - Lee Hatfield; Arlington - Carol Temple; Bel Air/Abingdon - Bob Head; Bel Air/Festival - Fred Archer and Mary Borowy

Bel Air/Forest Hill - Donna Roloff; Bethany Beach - Beth Evans; Bethesda/7272 Wisconsin Ave. - Kathy Whalen; Bethesda/10450 Auto Park Ave. - Pennye Green; Bethesda/7832 Wisconsin Ave. - Jane Fairweather; Bowie - George Hughes; BWI - Ray Schisler

Cambridge - Albanus Phillips; Catonsville - John Ryan; Centreville - Milagro Lopez; Chestertown - L.T. Goddall; Columbia/Gov. Warfield - Randall and Linda Nash (team); Columbia/Town Center - Sue Brazzel

Crofton - Lisa Lynn Werre; Dale City - Teresa Maloney; Dulles/Loudoun - Kathy Rasnic; Dundalk - Kay Cooper; Easton - Bill Wieland; Eldersburg - Patti Hittel; Ellicott City/Chatham - Gaye Rittenhouse; Ellicott City/Enchanted Forest - Diane Kenworthy; Fair Oaks - Damon Nicholas; Fairfax Station - Susie Carpenter; Federal Hill - Cindy Conklin and Bob Merbler (team); Fells Point - Frank Lanham

Frederick - Brian Zimmerman; Gaithersburg - Jacque Grenning; Glen Burnie - Chuck Mulligan; Great Falls - Sida Smith; Greenspring - Mimi Wood; Hagerstown - Jeanne Pino; Hampstead - Douglas Johnson; Hunt Valley - Heidi Krauss; Jacksonville - Chuck and Deanna Daly (team); Lake Ridge - Jan Bover; Lanham - The Lavender Team; Laurel - Laurie Dellane; Leesburg-Maureen Dabkowski; Lexington Park - Nancy Barritt; Manassas - Jim Downs

Mount Airy - Charlie Condon; Ocean City-104th Street - Jim Chafin; Ocean City-52nd Street - Doug Galloway; Ocean Pines - Ben Wisch; Odenton - Lanta Workman; Owings Mills - Jeannie Wachter; Oxon Hill - Camay Davis; Pasadena - Charlene Wroten; Potomac - Marsha Schuman; Reisterstown - Cookie and Dave Stone (team); Roland Park-Stone Mill - J.J. Kim; Roland Park-Wyndhurst - Karin Batterton; Severn - Doll Haley; Severna Park - Ralph Lee

St. Michaels - Marie Wroten; Timonium - Mary Ann Gruntowicz; Towson-Lutherville - Betsy Dunn; Towson-South - Temple Peirce; Upper Marlboro - Kathy Hutchins

Waldorf - Melinda Roark; Washington-Chevy Chase - Chris Georgatsos

Westminster - Chris Shipley and Al Noblin (team); White Marsh - Jeanette Goldberg.

Long and Foster

announces its top sales associates for July:

Annapolis - Charlie Buckley, top producer, top seller and the agent with the most new listings with a sales volume of $4,044,000; Gini Wathen, the top lister.

Annapolis Downtown - Jan Greene, top producer and top seller with a sales volume of $1,900,000; Janet Hunt, top lister; Karen Nye, agent with the most new listings.

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