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Trust workshop will discuss financing for historic...


Trust workshop will discuss financing for historic homes

The Baltimore County Historical Trust Inc. will sponsor a workshop entitled "Where is the Money?" -- an overview of grants, loans, tax credits and financing for historic homes, plus 203(k) loans from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at Goucher College.

Speakers will be Tom Hess, a mortgage loan officer with Mortgage Finance Corp., and William C. Pencek Jr., deputy director of the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development's Division of Historical and Cultural Programs.

The workshop fee for non-BCHT members is $25 for the first person in the household and $15 for the second. Members will pay $20 for the first person, $10 for the second. Send checks to the Baltimore County Historical Trust Inc., P.O. Box 10067, Towson 21285.

News in Brief

ERA-Eagle and ERA-Equity, two longtime independent ERA franchisers, have merged.

ERA-Eagle, formerly at Harford Road south of Northern Parkway, and ERA-Equity, formerly at on Harford Road north of Joppa Road, will be in the Carney Village Shopping Center.

On the Move

Barry Andrews Homes announced the following have joined the company: Bridget Cadden as accounts payable coordinator, Sarah Yakim, production coordinator, and Dorothy Pistorio, assistant marketing coordinator. Joining the company's sales department are Ellen Thomas, the company's sales manager at Hickory Overlook in Bel Air; and Mike Riggs, who will work in the Edwards Manor development in Forest Hill.

Pub Date: 1/24/99

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