The U.S. League of Savings Associations reported that mortgage loan delinquencies dropped to an all-time low in April, when they were a ratio of .66 percent of loans in force. The survey covered more than 1,000 savings and loan associations.

The Montgomery Board of Realtors recently presented scholarships and plaques to two graduating Northwood High seniors, Gary Davis and Kenneth Potter, who helped build a house under the Student Construction Trades Foundation program.

Barnes, Morris & Pardoe Inc., a downtown commercial real estate firm, has opened an office in Enterprise Center, 8301 Greensboro Dr., McLean.

Charles E. Quinn Jr. has been named manager of the Washington office of the James W. Rouse & Co. He had been managing the firm's office in Chicago.

D.C. city council chairman Arrington Dixon will be the speaker Thursday evening when the Property Management Association meets at the Flagship restaurant. Dixon is expected to discuss the effects and future of rent control in the District.

Richard W. Brown, a Columbia realtor, has been elected president of the newly formed Maryland chapter of Certified Residential Specialists, a subsidiary of the National Associaition of Realtors.

Financial Independence Workshops Inc., based in Clinton, plans to set up a workshop on investing in income-producing real estate. No date has been announced. For information, call (301) 868-4410.

English Realty Inc., an Ocean City realty firm, has opened a new main office on the Coastal Highway at 38th Street, near convention hall. The firm now has five locations in Ocean City.