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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Sun Staff Writer | March 6, 1994
A Sykesville family whose home was destroyed in a fire last Sunday may receive help from their neighbors, friends and the Town Council."I would surely want to know someone would help my family in a situation like this," said Councilman Eugene Johnson.Sykesville officials voted last week to open an account at Union National Bank in the name of Nancy Smith and her son, Michael Smith. Although the council declined to contribute town money to the fund, several council members said they planned to make personal contributions.
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BUSINESS
October 29, 1992
Ryland's third quarter was buoyed by the growing strength of its mortgage business, said Nancy Smith, a company spokeswoman."Growth of the mortgage company was stimulated by a higher level of refinancing," Ms. Smith said. Refinancing activity has been strong throughout the first three quarters.In terms of its homebuilding business, the core of the company, Ryland continues to face problems, Ms. Smith said, especially in California.Three months ended 9/30/92.. ..........Revenue. ......... Net..
BUSINESS
By Ellen James Martin and Ellen James Martin,Staff Writer | May 1, 1992
Primarily because of a strong performance by its mortgage company, Ryland Group Inc. reported yesterday that earnings for the first quarter rose to $2.6 million, in contrast to a loss of $4.4 million in the same period last year.But an analyst who tracks Ryland, the Columbia-based homebuilding and mortgage finance company, cautioned that the company can expect only slow improvement in the housing market.Michael Mead, an analyst at Legg Mason Wood Walker in Baltimore, contends that the aging of the baby-boom generation will keep a partial brake on housing demand, since there will be relatively fewer young people seeking first homes.
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