Baltimore City Department Of Housing & Community Development Awarded $1M To Help Low-Income Elderly Homeowners 'Age In Place'The Baltimore City Department of Housing and Community development was awarded $1 million in funding to help assist low-income elderly homeowners with repairs and safety modifications.
Renters Worried As Maryland's Eviction Moratorium ExpiresAs Gov. Larry Hogan's executive order prohibiting residential evictions is set to expire Sunday with the rest of the COVID-19 state of emergency, families who are struggling to pay rent are left worrying about the future.
Organizations, Local Officials Work To Prevent Evictions As CDC Moratorium EndsThe battle continues to keep a roof over the heads of many Marylanders struggling to pay their rent amidst the ongoing pandemic now that the federal funds have ceased and state funds have an expiration date of mid-August.
Baltimore Marking More Than 15K Vacant Properties With QR Code To Help Community Identify OwnersBaltimore City Housing inspectors are placing “VACANT PROPERTY” notices on the city’s more than 15,000 vacant buildings.
Baltimore Mayor Announces $9.6M In Housing Upgrades For SeniorsBaltimore Mayor Brandon Scott announced $9,650,000 in funding to support the Housing Upgrades to Benefit Seniors (HUBS) initiative.
Hogan Announces $192.9 Million In Additional Emergency Rental AssistanceGovernor Larry Hogan announced an additional $192.9 million in funding has been awarded to local jurisdictions through the Emergency Rental Assistance Program.
First Post-COVID Residential Development Redwood Campus Center To Open In Baltimore In July 2021A new, innovative apartment building in downtown Baltimore will maximize style while making public health a priority in the post-COVID world.
Gov. Larry Hogan, Attorney General Direct Nearly $12M To Help Families Facing Eviction, Housing Insecurity With Legal HelpGov. Larry Hogan and Attorney General Brian Frosh announced Thursday that nearly $12 million is being directed to the Maryland Legal Services Corporation to provide legal services for families facing eviction and other housing insecurity issues.
Maryland Extends Deadline To Apply For 2020 Homeowners', Renters' Property Tax CreditsThe deadline has been extended to apply for 2020 Homeowners' and Renters' Property Tax Credits, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Monday.
$30M Eviction Prevention Program To Help Baltimore Families Dealing With COVID-19 Related Issues Stay In Their HomesBaltimore residents can qualify if they have a household income of 50 percent or less of the average medium income, prove their issues are related to COVID-19 and provide proof of pending eviction proceedings.
Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh Calls For Extension Of Executive Orders Preventing EvictionsMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh is asking Gov. Larry Hogan to extend several executive orders to help keep people in their homes amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Lawsuit Accuses Property Managers Of Ageist Facebook AdsSome of the nation’s leading property management companies deliberately excluded older people from seeing Facebook advertisements for dozens of apartment complexes in the Washington, D.C., area, a housing watchdog alleged in a lawsuit filed Wednesday.
Mayor Young Announces Program To Help Baltimore Tenants Pay Rent During COVID-19 PandemicBaltimore City is investing in more than $15 million to help tenants pay rent while they struggle financially during the coronavirus pandemic, Mayor Jack Young announced Monday.
Gov. Hogan Extends Order Prohibiting Utility Providers From Shutting Off, Charging Late Fees Through July 1Gov. Larry Hogan has extended the emergency order prohibiting utility providers from shutting off or charging late fees for residential services through July 1.
Baltimore Mayor Jack Young Commits $13M To Baltimore Renters' Relief Program To Prevent Coronavirus-Related Wave Of EvictionsBaltimore Mayor Jack Young is giving an update on the city's COVID-19 response.