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- Homeownership -How to Maximize Your Homebuying Experience
This valuable first step will help provide a strong primer for the homebuying process from start to finish. Baltimore Housing maintains a list of City-approved counseling agencies Research Mortgage Options There are many free options for researching mortgage products. Many banks have brochures and pamphlets that explain the types of
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- Project Finance & Development
A City of vibrant neighborhoods with housing opportunities for people of all income levels in a wide variety of communities. To achieve this vision we work with neighborhood organizations, advocacy groups, real estate developers, lenders and City, State, and Federal government
- Planning and Development
The Office of Planning and Development is responsible for the redevelopment of its public housing stock through the use of the mixed-finance public development method. The goal, using a combination of public and private financing and partnerships, is to develop public housing that is integrated physically, socially, and economically with the greater
- HCVP Property Regulations
The Housing Authority of Baltimore City Administrative Plan for the Housing Choice Voucher Program generally requires that all participating property owners comply with Federal, State and Local law and regulations. Property owners with rental properties constructed prior to 1950 must register with the Maryland Department of the Environment Rental Property Lead Poisoning Prevention Program. Additionally, all non-owner occupied Property Owners in the City
- Requirements to Rent Property in Baltimore
Compliance with Baltimore City's Building, Fire and Related Codes Compliance with Maryland's Lead Paint Laws.
- Green Building Standards
In April 2015, Council Bill 14-0413 amended the City's existing mandatory green building law for commercial and multi-family residential buildings. All permits for commercial and certain multi-family residential buildings are required to complete a Green Building Statement of Compliance to determine code applicability and identify a green building compliance path.