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Don’t Lose Your Home in the City’s Tax Sale!

Baltimore City residents who are behind on their water bills or property taxes should register for these free legal clinics, hosted by the Probono Resource Center: Monday, April 10, 2017 3:30 PM to 7:30 PM Waverly Branch Library 400 E 33rd Street Baltimore, MD 21218 Wednesday, April 19, 2017 1:30 PM to 5:30 PM Zeta Read more about Don’t Lose Your Home in the City’s Tax Sale![…]

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Don’t Lose Your Home to the City’s Tax Sale – Get Legal Help!

If you’re behind on your property taxes or water bill, or have received a letter from the City regarding your home being included on the Tax Sale list, please don’t wait until it’s too late to receive help. Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service and the Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland are sponsoring four legal clinics Read more about Don’t Lose Your Home to the City’s Tax Sale – Get Legal Help![…]

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Solution: Close the Tax Sale Loophole

With all of the recent discussion around collapsing vacants, negligent property owners, and the city’s tax sale system, there has been a lot of hand-wringing (and rightfully so, as someone was killed the other day when a vacant collapsed on a man while he was sitting in his car) and mutterings about tax sale foreclosures Read more about Solution: Close the Tax Sale Loophole[…]

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Behind on Your Property Taxes or Water Bill? Don’t Lose Your Home!

It’s that unfortunate time of year again when we have to start thinking about the city’s tax sale and the people who could potentially lose their homes because of an unpaid tax or other municipal lien. The Pro Bono Resource Center is again hosting a series of tax-sale workshops for homeowners who need information about Read more about Behind on Your Property Taxes or Water Bill? Don’t Lose Your Home![…]


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HB0508/SB0330: Residential Property – Foreclosure Sale – Recordation of Instrument of Writing: SUPPORT

Maryland House Bill 0508 is a bill that’s been sorely needed for far too long. This bill (and Senate Bill 0330) would go a long way towards cleaning up our property records by requiring a deed to be filed no later than 30 days after a foreclosure sale is ratified by the court — this Read more about HB0508/SB0330: Residential Property – Foreclosure Sale – Recordation of Instrument of Writing: SUPPORT[…]


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Don’t Lose Your Home to the City’s Tax Sale!

One of the smartest things you can do when you’re in a jam is to reach out and seek help. For those of you who are in danger of losing your home to the annual tax sale, here’s an opportunity to get your questions answered! MVLS and the Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland are Read more about Don’t Lose Your Home to the City’s Tax Sale![…]


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Water, Water, Everywhere

Baltimore City is getting ready to shut off the water of 25,000 people across the city, if the water bill is two months overdue. According to one article, at least one third of those who will lose water are 369 businesses that account for $15,000,000 of lost revenue, and the rest are homeowners and tenants. Read more about Water, Water, Everywhere[…]