Member Outreach

Member Outreach

The members of the multi-housing industry have a tradition of giving back to the community. MMHA is now highlighting some of those acts of kindness. If someone at your office, or your company goes above and beyond please send our Marketing & Events Assistant your story along with photos at gmedoro@mmhaonline.org 

Member Outreach The Advocate

Late yesterday afternoon, Governor Larry Hogan issued an Executive Order which, amongst other items, requires tenants to demonstrate to a court a...

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Last night the Baltimore County Council passed Council Bill 95-20. Read the redlined version of the bill here. When does this bill apply? Council...

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Last night, the Annapolis City Council approved an ordinance (O-26-20) that prohibits rent increases during a local state of emergency and for 30...

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Howard County Right to Purchase Bill CB13-2020: CB 13-2020, Howard County’s Right to Purchase bill, went into effect last week. Under the new...

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There are several pieces of housing-related legislation that have been approved by local jurisdictions and a few new eviction assistance resources...

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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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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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