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The application period for Baltimore City's COVID-19 Temporary Rent Relief program begins today and ends July 13th. This program supports eligible...

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On Thursday, June 25th, MMHA hosted its 4th COVID-19 Town Hall. During the Town Hall, MMHA members and industry peers shared their experience with...

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Governor Hogan’s announced Friday $30 million in new funding for eviction prevention assistance. These funds will be provided to local...

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Baltimore Station Announces New Board of Directors The Baltimore Station, a non-profit organization that provides residential and community based...

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In the Summer edition of the Advocate: Things landlords can do to support their tenants during these unknown times Top benefits of templated web...

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On May 27, Howard County Council Members passed an amended version of Howard County Executive Calvin Ball’s proposed FY21 Capital and...

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On Tuesday, May 26th Anne Arundel County Council Bill 38-20 was not approved by the County Council. The emergency bill failed 4-3. The bill would...

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Robert R. Neall, the Maryland Secretary of Health, recently issued an order regarding the operation of swimming pools in light of Covid-19. You can...

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On May 22nd, Chief Judge of the Maryland Court of Appeals Mary Ellen Barbera filed an administrative order on courts re-opening. You can read the...

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Howard County Council Bill 33-20, the Rental Protection and Stability Act, passed unanimously today, May 22. The bill had its public hearing Monday...

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The Small Business Administration (SBA), in consultation with the Department of the Treasury, intends to provide timely additional guidance to...

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On May 18th, 2020 MMHA hosted its 3rd Virtual Town Hall focused on the following topics: Rent Collection Rent Court Re-opening of Communities

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