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Pair of associations name region's top builder, top Realtor

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By Ron Daparma
Sunday, April 6, 2003
 

The Realtors Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh and the Builders Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh presented awards honoring each other's members during their recent annual Housing Excellence Banquet in Pittsburgh.

Winners of Golden Hammer awards as the top builder and Realtor, respectively, were Angelo Spagnolo, of Spagnolo Builders Inc., and John Butura , of Coldwell Banker Real Estate.

Other Realtor winners honored by the builders' trade group were:

North Region -- Debbie Platts , Prudential Preferred Realty, highest volume and most units sold, individual agent category; Kevin P. Mihm, Coldwell Banker, highest volume and most units sold, three-person team category; Teresa Huhn and Barb DePietro , Prudential Preferred Realty, highest volume most units sold, two-person team category; Bonnie Cramer, Heartland Homes, highest volume and most units sold, volume builder site agent category; Darra Eberle, Howard Hanna Real Estate Services, highest volume, four-plus builder community, individual site agent category.

Also Irene Martin , Howard Hanna, most units sold, four-plus builder community, individual site agent category; Maria Dowd, Prudential, highest volume and most units sold, four-plus builder community, two-person team category; Gloria Carroll, Prudential, highest volume and most units sold, four-plus builder community, three-person team category; Kim Maier and Lynn Maier, Prudential, highest volume and most units sold, one- to three-builder community, three-person team category; Jane M. Moffet, Prudential, highest volume and most units sold, one- to three-builder community, individual agent category.

Top community in the North was Treesdale , marketed by Howard Hanna, and top builder community was Northridge, built by Heartland Homes.

South Region -- Judy Ward, Prudential, highest volume and most units sold, individual agent category; Karen Marshall , Keller Williams Realty, highest volume and most units sold, two-person team category; Kathy Cooper, Heartland Homes Inc., highest volume and most units sold, volume builder site agent category, Maria Lane, Coldwell Banker, highest volume and most units sold, one- to three-builder community, two-person team site agent category; Barbara Kurdys Miller, Chris Thomas and Frank Conroy, Prudential, highest volume and most units sold, one- to three-builder community, three-person team site agent category; Betsy Colella Raber, Prudential, highest volume and most units sold, individual agent category; Barbara Baker and Robert Main, Prudential, highest volume and most units sold, four-plus builder community, three-person team category.

Top community in the South was Hickory Heights , marketed by Prudential, and top builder community was Hamilton Woods, built by Heartland Homes.

East Region -- Joseph M. Yates, Re/Max Realty Centre, highest volume and most units sold, individual agent category; Pat Self, Prudential, highest volume and most units sold, three-person team category; Vallee Shore-Fallat, Prudential, highest volume and most units sold, four-plus builder community, individual site agent category; Dayna Logan, Howard Hanna, highest volume and most units sold, two-person team category; Michelle Grasinger, Re/Max, highest volume and most units sold, three-person team category.

Top community in the East Region was Spring View Estates , marketed by Prudential.

West Region -- Susan Amper, Howard Hanna, hghest volume and most units sold, individual agent category; Mariel McBride, Howard Hanna, highest volume and most units sold, one- to three- builder community, individual site agent category; Carl Griffith, Prudential, highest volume and most units sold, four-plus builder community, individual site agent category.

Top community in the West Region was Cherrington Manor, marketed by Howard Hanna, and Madison Woods , marketed by Prudential, was the top builder community.

Builder winners honored by the Realtors organization were:

Paragon Homes , for overall marketing campaign, for single-family home of the year from 4,001 to 4,500 square feet, and single-family custom home of the year from 3,501 to 4,000 square feet; Heartland Homes , single-family professionally decorated model up to 2,200 square feet, for single-family volume builder of the year, 2,200 square feet and under; single-family volume volume builder home of the year from 2,201-2,800 square feet, and for single-family volume builder home of the year from 3,501 to 4,000 square feet; Spagnolo Builders Inc. , for multifamily professionally decorated model over 2,200 square feet, for multifamily professionally decorated model over 2,200 square feet, and for multifamily home of the year, custom builder.

Also, PW Campbell , for custom interior renovation of the year over $100,000, and for custom addition over $175,000; J.P. Design , for single-family professionally decorated model up to 2,200 square feet; Signature Homes, for single-family decorated model over 2,200 square feet; Model Home Interiors, also for single-family decorated model over 2,200; Heartwood Design/Build/Remodel Inc., kitchen renovation of the year under $75,000; Rossman/Hensley Inc., for multifamily home of the year volume builder under 2,000 square feet;

Jonlor Developments Inc., for single-family custom home of the year from 2,201to 2,800 square feet; Londonbury Homes Inc. , single-family custom home of the year from 4,501 to 5,500 square feet; John Hobart Miller Inc., single-family custom home of the year from 6,501 to 10,000 square feet; O' Donoghue Construction, single-family custom home of the year, 10,001 square feet and over; Hawthorne Homes, single-family volume builder home of the year, 2,801 to 3,500 square feet.

South/West single-family community of the year under 100 lots was the Village of Prestonwood, developed by Jonlor Developments ; North/East multifamily community of the year was the Woodlands at Steeple Chase, developed by Rossman/Hensley Inc. ; North/East single-family community under 100 lots was Summerset at Frick Park, developed by Montgomery & Rust Inc.; and North/East community over 100 lots was Ehrman Farms, developed by Phillips & Associates Development Co.

 

 
 


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