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November 30, 2003|By From staff and Bloomberg News reports

Top producers named for October at Coldwell Banker

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage announced its top producers for last month.

They include:

Andrews: Pat Dowtin

Annapolis Church Circle: Dave Wright

Annapolis Plaza: Barbara Jackson

Bel Air Abingdon: Bob Head

Bel Air Festival: Tom Rye

Bel Air Forest Hill: Janet Garinther

Bethesda: Barbara Abeille; Marty Apel; Pennye Green

Bowie: George Hughes

BWI/Linthicum: Trish Warfield

Catonsville: Meg Christian and Mary Beth Brohawn

Chestertown: Tracey Stone

Columbia: Sue Wettstein-Brazzel, Bob Chew and Ronna Corman

Crofton: Donna Sweet

Dundalk: Libby Eichelberger

Easton: Bill Wieland

Eldersburg: Denise Khouri

Ellicott City: Tommy Roberts Sr. and Debbie Burchardt

Federal Hill: Heather Perkins

Fells Point: Frank Lanham

Frederick: Jerry Coates

Gaithersburg: Jerry Rotter

Glen Burnie: Gary Stratton

Greenspring: Nancy Hubble and Karen Bisbee

Hagerstown: Cynthia Moler

Hampstead: Douglas Johnson

Hunt Valley: Heidi Krauss

Jacksonville/Phoenix: Deanna Daley

Lanham/Greenbelt: Robert Moss

Laurel: Donna Vencil

Lexington Park: Gloria Abell

Mount Airy: Charlie Condon

Ocean City: Dan Clayland and Doug Galloway

Odenton: Mary Groven

Owings Mills: Dolly Rosoff

Oxon Hill: Bernice Clark

Pasadena: Purnell Mack and Debbie Iversen

Potomac: Jill Barsky

Reisterstown: Cookie and Dave Stone

Roland Park at the Stone Mill: Brian Hannon

Roland Park at Wyndhurst: Melvin Knight and Daniel Motz

Severn: Andy Schram

Severna Park: Chip Carr

St. Michaels: Bill Neary

Timonium: Tom Mooney

Towson/Lutherville: Kathy Gillespie

Towson/South: Ashley Richardson

Upper Marlboro: Maureen Jordan

Waldorf: Melinda Roark

Westminster: Carol Stencil

White Marsh: Tina Jackman

Prudential Carruthers names its October stars

Prudential Carruthers Realtors announced its top producers for last month. They include:

Annapolis West: John Collins as top listing and sales agent and Lacey Lemmon as the top producer with the highest settled business. Collins also received a Million-in-a-Month Award.

Crofton: Brian Arnold as top sales agent; Glenna Kidd as top listing agent and the producer with the highest settled business.

Eastport: Mary Taylor as top listing and sales agent, and Jo Ann Lavender as the top producer with the highest settled business. Million-in-a-Month Awards were given to Taylor, Steve Orton and Diane Smith.

Harford County: Georgeanna Garceau as top sales and listings agent and producer with the highest settled business. Million-in-a-Month Awards also went to Garceau and Suzanne Hinder.

Pikesville: The Wasserman, Goldstein & Desser Team as top sales and listings agent and the producer with the highest settled business. The team also received a Million-in-a-Month Award.

Severna Park: Cheryl Care as top sales and listing agent, and Jackie Gerrior as the top producer with the highest settled business. Million-in-a-Month Awards were given to Care, Janet Gilmour, Mary Schoonmaker and Joyce Smallwood.

Towson: Edward Meushaw as top sales agent, Lois Schenck as top listing agent and Theodore Myer as top producer with the highest settled business. Million-in-a-Month Awards were given to Meushaw and Agnes O'Ferrell.

Down-payment help advances in Congress

The U.S. Senate approved a bill last week to provide $200 million a year over the next four years to help low-income families with down-payment money for their first homes.

Proponents said surveys show that many families can make monthly mortgage payments on a home, yet often can't come up with the down payment.

"This legislation will help many families that would not otherwise have the opportunity to own a home," said Sen. Richard C. Shelby, the Alabama Republican who chairs the Senate Banking Committee.

The Department of Housing and Urban Development has said the bill would especially aid minority families. While 68 percent of all Americans are homeowners, fewer than 50 percent of blacks and Hispanics own their own homes, HUD said.

The Senate bill, sponsored by Sen. Wayne Allard, a Colorado Republican, passed by voice vote Tuesday. The legislation now goes to the House, which passed its version of the measure last month also by voice vote.

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