Many thanks to everyone who voiced your opposition to potentially unconstitutional legislation introduced last month by the Baltimore City Council. I am happy to report that Baltimore City Bill 17-0113 has been placed "on hold," which I believe is a result of collective efforts by those who quickly stepped up in opposition. I can't thank you enough for joining the conversation and being a part of the collective voice for do-it-yourself landlords.
Baltimore City Council has overstepped their legal reach by introducing potentially Unconstitutional legislation.
On Monday, August 14th, the City Council introduced a bill that will be devastating to Baltimore City Landlords. And as with most legislation, if passed, it can be a catalyst for adoption into surrounding counties, and potentially the state. Your voice needs to be added to the conversation!
RECAP: Brian Wocjik, CEO of diyRealty, Inc., led a panel discussion at the ThinkRealty Expo, held June 24, 2017 in Baltimore, MD.
Written by Brian Wocjik, CEO of diyRealty, Inc. for ThinkRealty
As landlords, we are unknowingly conducting our business in a Perfect Storm. By dictionary definition, this occurs when a rare combination of circumstances aggravate a situation drastically.
Landlord-Rallying Effort in Maryland Gives Hope
Stubborn misconceptions about landlords and property managers have led to some disastrous legislation. It’s time to make your voice heard.
Two proposed pieces of legislation negatively affecting Maryland Rental Property Owners: HB1346 + HB1487
On Tuesday, March 7th, a hearing will be held for two new legislative bills which greatly impact Maryland Rental Property Owners. Your voice needs to be added to the conversation! This petition will be submitted as testimony by Maryland Multi-Housing Association.