Landlords & Property Owners Association of Washington County Maryland, Inc.
The purpose of the Landlords and Property Owners Association of Washington County Maryland, Inc. is:
This website is designed to informed and help landlords
To advocate for the rights of property owners
To work with City, County, State, and Federal officials to solve problems
To provide for the exchange of information and statistics and for interaction on laws, regulation and proposed government actions
To provide for the collection, recording, compilation, and distribution of information and statistics to members
To serve and advance the rental housing industry so that adequate affordable rental housing will be available through private enterprise.
To promote responsible rental property ownership for Washington County, Maryland
Monthly Meetings Start At 7:00 P.M. - First Wednesday of the month held at 530 N. Locust Street, Hagerstown, MD 21740 - Enter in rear from parking lot off Wayside Avenue. New Office located same place, Suite B
NOTE - DATE CHANGE TO THURSDAY
ALL FUTURE MEETING - PERMANENT
November 2020 - No meeting. Election results. We want to thank Joe Kraft for his work in bringing us the representatives to serve in the year 2021. We also want to thank Joe Chuckla for being helpful to our Board and thank him for his service. We will miss you. Welcoming Dustin and thanking everyone else for agreeing to serve again this year.
December 3, 2020. Joe Mullenax, Allegany Business Consultants. I may interview Joe to attain the information for taxes and year 2021 future tax issues. May try the Zoom again but will need more people to attend. The Zoom meeting was not well attended. Disappointing due to the amount of information for all properties, Not just City of Hagerstown Properties. Topics were for all rentals in all areas of Maryland. Paul did an amazing job with all of the information.
This change will be PERMANENT. All future meetings will
be on the first Thursday of the month.
Lead Paint Information - www.Lead-CherylShank.com
Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) - www.mde.state.md.us
Habitat for Humanity of Washington County, Maryland - http://www.habitat-wc.org/
Maryland Housing Search - List Your Property for FREE - http://www.mdhousingsearch.com/index.html
Military, Servicemembers Rights - http://usmilitary.about.com/cs/sscra/a/scra2.htm
Washington County Livability Code - http://www.washco-md.net/washco_2/pdf_files/legal/livabilitycodefinal.pdf
Washington County Website - http://www.washco-md.net
Maryland Code Administration - http://mdcodes.umbc.edu/
Maryland Rental Security Deposit Calculator - http://www.mdrealtor.org/AssociationInfo/DepositCalculator.aspx
Crime Reports is the only near real-time source for both official crime data and sex offender information, giving you access to information from over 700 participating law enforcement agencies across North America and sex offender data for all 50 States. - http://www.crimereports.com/#
TRIBUTE AND THANK YOU TO WWII AND KOREAN VETS - http://beforeyougo.us/
TRIBUTE AND THANK YOU TO VIETNAN VETS - http://beforeyougo.us/
and offers a 10% Discount to veterans
of all Eras. You need to tell the cashier at the time of purchase and show
your veterans I D card. There is no maximum
or minimum on the amount of purchase. The cashier will call
their supervisor or manager to verify and approve your qualification. They
do not advertise this but it is available to veterans. It is up to the
individual store Manager to
approve this policy, not all stores offer this.
Got Smoke Detector - Does It Work????????? For the Price of A 9 Volt Battery ($2.00) People Die, The Cheapest Life Insurance You Can Have. Check Your Smoke Detector in Your Home and Rental Property TODAY.
Ultralife 9V Lithium 10 Year Smoke Alarm Battery can be purchased at Lowes for $6.97
Kidde Tamper Proof 10 Year Lithium Smoke Alarm-As Low As $24.00 at Lowes
Avoiding Identity Theft: 1. Dumpster Diving or Trash Bag Rummaging. Shred any and all paperwork that has your name and address on it, and especially if it has an account number or membership number on it. When throwing magazines away, shred the label and any ordering forms that may have your account number them, such as in mail order catalogs. 2. Phishing. They pretend to be financial institutions or companies and send spam or pop-up messages to get you to reveal your personal information. They will even call saying they are from a facility you use (bank) Banks will send information in the mail for special loans and programs. Do not give out mortgage information or anything else personal from someone who called you. If you did not initiate the call, hang up.
All of our troops, Past & Present. They fight for all of the freedoms we so easily take for granted. Don't ever forget 9-11 happened and the devastation. Honor our troops!!. Bless all of the families of these troops. God Bless you all.
Congratulations to the Landlords & Property Owners Association on it's
- - - 25 years - - -
of serving the Members and the Community
1995 - 2020
Office hours are Monday, Wednesday, Friday
10AM - 2 PM
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