Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger will discuss the impact of this week's national election at a convention of the National Association of Realtors Tuesday in Anaheim, Calif. The convention began Thursday. More than 15,000 Realtors are expected to attend.
Two pamphlets describing women's credits rights, housing options and the home-buying process are available from the League of Women Voters for 20 cents each. The address is 1730 M St. NW, Washington 20036.
Housing aspects of retirement planning will be discussed at free seminars held by Lewis & Silverman Realtors at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at 8996 Burke Lake Rd., Springfield, and at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at 838 Rockville Pike, Rockville.
The George I. Borger building at 1915 I St. NW has been sold for $1 million to developer Ronald Cohen, Shannon & Luchs reported. Cohen plans to expand the small, 63-year-old building.
Construction and permanent financing totaling $19 million has been placed with two pension funds for the National Association of Counties office building planned for 440 First St. NW, Walker & Dunlop announced. The eight-story building, designed by Vlastimil Koubek & Associates, is being developed by a partnership that includes Melvin and Edward Lenkin and Theodore Lerner. The association is to move in late in 1982.
PRC Toups, a planning research firm in Rockville, will hold a seminar on solar energy for housing from 2 to 5 p.m. Thursday at the Germantown campus of Montgomery College. For information, call 840-1300.
Mobile-home manufacturers shipped 20,081 dwellings to retail sale outlets and sites in August, the Manufactured Housing Institute said. That was 30 percent fewer than those shipped in the same month in 1979. Mobile home shipments are off 25 percent in the first eight months of this year, the institute said.