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Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. named its top producers for November. They include:

Eastpoint: William Witt as the top producer, lister and the agent with the most listings; and Joanne Roh as the top seller.

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Fells Point: Sandra Cohen as the top producer and seller; Adrian Sushko as the top lister; and Wayne Curtis as the agent with the most new listings.

Greenspring: The team of Michael Yerman, Libby Berman, Marc Witman and Brandon Gaines as the top producers and sellers; and the team of Pat Finn and Howard Berliner as the top listers and the agents with the most new listings.

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Hunt Valley: Paula Nicholson as the top producer; Skip Dugdale as the top lister; T.J. Adediji as the top seller; and Sean Caine as the agent with the most new listings.

Lutherville: Aphy Liebno as the top producer; Kent Lee as the top lister and the agent with the most new listings; and Geri Goldbergh as the top seller.

Mount Vernon: The James DiGirolamo group as the top producer and lister; and the Bob Steel team as the top seller and the agents with the most new listings.

Perry Hall: Tony Migliaccio as top producer, lister, seller and the agent with the most new listings.

Phoenix: Jim Leckrone as the top producer, lister and seller; Kirstian Baumann and Jim Leckrone as the agents with the most new listings; and Creager Realty as the top team.

Pikesville: Verlena Miller as the top producer and the agent with the most new listings.

Reisterstown: Beverly Potts as the top producer, lister and seller; and Cheri Melomet as the agent with the most new listings.

Roland Park: Craig Thomson as the top producer; and Genie Schwind as the agent with the most new listings.

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Rosedale: Karen Diehl as the top producer and seller; and Debbie Bennett as the top lister and the agent with the most new listings.

Security: Lanette Branch as the top producer and seller; Vashti Pullum as the top lister; and Tiffany Jackson and Prince Randall as the agents with the most new listings.

Timonium: Gary Luttrell as the top producer; Greg McClelland as the top lister and the agent with the most new listings; and Nancy Fine as the top seller.

Towson: Sheri Gunther as the top producer; Anisha Berkley and Jo Auramski as the top listers; Charles Conner, Nancy Harting and Jackie Orsini as the top sellers; and Jo Zuramski as the agent with the most new listings.

White Marsh Town Center: David Ostronski as the top producer, lister, seller and the agent with the most new listings.

Finksburg: Denise Delawder as the top producer and seller; and Michael Vanderpool as the top lister.

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Hampstead: Pamela Stone as the top producer, lister and seller; and Fran Sturgill as the agent with the most new listings.

Taneytown: Lisa Trout as the top producer and seller; Stephanie Myers as the top lister; and Bonnie and John Speak as the agents with the most new listings.

Westminster: Matt Kazer as the top producer; Tom Hayes as the top lister and the agent with the most new listings; and Jennifer Glass as the top seller.

Bel Air: Sandy Schenning as the top producer and seller; Mary Ellen Murray as the top lister; and Sandie Klein as the top team.

Bel Air Central: Diana Hirschhorn as the top producer, lister, seller and the agent with the most new listings.

Bel Air South: Jan Headen as the top producer; Cindy Willis as the top lister and the agent with the most new listings; and Gina and Jorge Pimentel as the top sellers.

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Riverside at Waters Edge: Leonard Brokos as the top producer; Lisa Fisher as the top lister and the agent with the most new listings; and Gail Wronowski as the top seller.

Clarksville-River Hill: Dora Benedetti as the top producer and seller; and Anne Cristaldi as the top lister.

Columbia: Sharon Keeny as the top producer and lister; Terri Westerlund as the top seller; and Jean Legal as the agent with the most new listings.

Columbia Midtown: Becki Gershman as the top producer and seller; and Barbara Seely as the top lister and the agent with the most new listings.

Elkridge: Ronald Taylor as the top producer, lister, seller and the agent with the most new listings.

Ellicott City: Ken Zeng as the top producer, lister and seller; and Henry Dahlen and Mary Jane Macgill as the agents with the most new listings.

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Howard County at Waverly Woods: Creig Northrop as the top producer, lister, seller and the agent with the most new listings.

Annapolis: Charlie Buckley as the top producer and the agent with the most new listings; Lee Hosea as the top lister; and Tom Richardson as the top seller.

Annapolis Downtown: Janet Hunt as the top producer, lister and seller; and Linda Patterson as the agent with the most new listings.

Crofton: Pat Stevenson as the top producer and the agent with the most new listings; Don Motsinger as the top lister; and Sheila Coffman as the top seller.

Fort Meade/Odenton: Whitney Beall as the top producer; Val Alexander and Helen Herndon as the top listers and the agents with the most new listings; and Kenneth Gladden as the top seller.

Pasadena: Helen Saghy as the top producer and seller; and Dorothy Charpiat as the top lister and the agent with the most new listings.

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Severna Park: Tim Blanchfield as the top producer, lister and seller; and Peggy Stancavage as the agent with the most new listings.

Singer George Michael sells Calif. villa for $3 million

George Michael has sold his Beverly Hills, Calif., home for a little less than $3 million. The British singer is living and recording in London.

He sold the three-bedroom, 4,100-square-foot California villa to Kenneth Warwick, co-executive producer of the television series American Idol. Warwick is also a director.

The contemporary-style house is secluded and has walls of glass that open to gardens, decks, a balcony and a pool. There are two guest suites in addition to the master bedroom suite. The living room has soaring ceilings. The home, built in 1967, also has wooded vistas.

The Grammy-winning Michael, 40, is known for such hits with the band Wham! as "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go." His solo hits include "Faith" and "I Knew You Were Waiting for Me."

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In November, he signed a recording deal with Sony, the company from which he fought to free himself in the early 1990s. His new album, "Patience," is due out early this year.


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