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Maryland has one of the highest median household incomes in the nation. For the savvy landlord, Maryland can be a profitable place to manage investment properties. To make it happen, you need to have flexible tools and critical knowledge. Our system has all the forms you need, including state-specific specific documents, forms for all the stages of moving in and out, leases, notices, and more! But that is not nearly all we offer; you’ll find all our resources in one convenient online location.

Maryland landlord can find information from each other and the professionals. We are constantly updating our articles with the latest news that landlords can use. You can search the articles for particular topics of interest, or receive them directly to your inbox by subscribing to our newsletter. We also have a New Landlord Guide and a summary of Maryland Landlord-Tenant laws. You can utilize our Tenant Screening service to get credit reports and criminal background checks on your prospective tenants. We can help you connect with other real estate professionals in your area, through our directories of local investing clubs and real estate attorneys. And to tap into our nationwide network, you can post a question to our online forum.

With custom forms, state-specific resources, and a wealth of knowledge at your fingertips, you’ll find everything you need to manage your rental at ezLandlordForms. We’re the right partner for the Maryland landlord! You can get started today with a free account, and see for yourself all the ways that we can help you in your investment endeavor!

Maryland Residential Lease Agreements

Maryland Lease When renting a property in Maryland, a landlord must be aware of the many restrictions and regulations that may apply. The burden of such regulations is intensified in certain cities and counties where additional laws govern rentals. We will help you create a custom, legal Maryland lease agreement quickly and easily. You will see MD Assist state law tips as you customize your agreement. Create a free account now to take our system for a test drive – just click Create Lease Now!

Maryland Landlord Forms

Maryland Rental Forms Montgomery County Lease (Multi-Family Building)
This Lease Agreement was created by Montgomery County and designed for use in Montgomery County ONLY.

Montgomery County Lease (Single-Family)
This rental agreement can only be used in Montgomery County, Maryland. For other Maryland counties, use our regular Maryland Lease Agreement.

Maryland Lease Agreement with eSign
Now with eSign. Get started creating a Maryland lease agreement here, and we will guide you through MD landlord laws as you create your rental contract.

Maryland Lead Poisoning Prevention- Notice of Tenants' Rights
At the beginning of a tenancy, landlords must provide tenants of Maryland rental units, with the MD pamphlet “Notice of Tenants’ Rights”.

Baltimore City Flood Zone Disclosure
This document allows the landlord or property manager to disclose to tenants and applicants that the property is located in a flood zone.

Baltimore City Disclosure of Expenses
The Baltimore City Disclosure of Expenses explains in detail the additional obligations one may have with any additional rental expenses.

Maryland Quitclaim Deed
The Maryland Quitclaim Deed is useful for quick property ownership transfers, usually between family, friends or wholly-owned companies.

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Maryland Attorneys

Maryland Landlord-Tenant Attorneys
Amir D. Gibbs
The Gibbs Law Firm, LLC
Rockville, MD
  Edward J. Maher, Esq.
Law Offices of Edward J. Maher, P.C.
Baltimore, MD
John B. Raftery
Offit Kurman Attorneys at Law
Bethesda, MD
  Kevin J. Best
The Law Office of Kevin J. Best
Annapolis, MD
Matthew Hertz, Esq.
Cohen & Hertz, P.C.
Bethesda, MD

Maryland Links and Resources

Maryland Rental Resources Maryland - BALTIMORE COUNTY Special Landlord-Tenant Laws and Rules for Baltimore County
Special Landlord-Tenant Laws and Rules for Baltimore County. Landlord Tenant Laws are different in Baltimore and Baltimore County. It is important to always check with your local jurisdiction or an attorney for specific information.

Maryland Attorney General Fill-in Form for Eviction
This convenient form is provided by the Maryland Attorney General's Office and can be filled in and used to file in court to evict a tenant. Once the page opens, go the the left side of the page and click your mouse button over "Landlord Tenant Complaint".

Maryland Landlords and Tenants: Tips on Avoiding Disputes
This booklet provides you with information about Maryland landlord/tenant laws. It covers topics dealing with applications, leases, security deposits, rent escrow, lead paint hazards, eviction, and where to seek help if problems arise. In reviewing this material, keep in mind that many Maryland counties and Baltimore City have different landlord/tenant laws that may provide additional protections or require that you follow different procedures.

Official Baltimore City Landlord Requirements
Includes information about mandatory lead paint inspections, rental property registrations, Baltimore City Section 8, and more.

Maryland Real Estate Investment Clubs

Maryland Landlord Clubs
Baltimore Real Estate Investors Association, Townson, MD
Meeting Time: 3rd Tuesday of every month, 6:30 pm., Number of Members: 250  More Maryland Real Estate Investment Clubs »

DC Real Estate Investors' Association (DCREIA), Bowie, MD
Meeting Time: Second Saturday of every month, 9:30 am., Number of Members: 500  More Maryland Real Estate Investment Clubs »

Maryland Real Estate Exchange, Baltimore, MD
Meeting Time: 1st Saturday of every month, 10:00 am., Number of Members: 200  More Maryland Real Estate Investment Clubs »

Mid-Atlantic Real Estate Investors Association, Owings Mills, MD
Meeting Time: 3rd Wednesday, 6:30 pm.and various other sub-group meetings., Number of Members: 200  More Maryland Real Estate Investment Clubs »

Maryland Real Estate Investment Articles

Maryland Rental Articles
Baltimore City Carbon Monoxide Detector Requirements
Posted April 27, 2010
On March 1, 2010, Baltimore City required all rental properties with fuel-burning appliances to have carbon monoxide detectors outside of all sleeping areas.

Maryland Landlord Tenant Law and Regulations
Posted September 30, 2009
Maryland landlord-tenant law is more strict than most, so MD landlords should be especially careful when signing a new lease agreement.

Get Ready to Evict Your Tenant
Posted May 15, 2017
Your new tenant just moved into your rental unit. He seems like a great guy. He has a sterling credit record and great references. The security deposit and first month’s rent check came two days early. Not only that, when you stopped by to drop off an extra set of keys, the grass was already mowed, and the house looked cleaner than when he moved in! Well, it’s time to get an eviction plan in place. That’s right. It is time to list the specific measures you’ll take to evict Mr. Perfect Tenant if the time comes. That’s because no matter how wonderful your tenant now seems, things can turn bad. No one wants that to happen, but, when a tenant breaks the rules, you can’t afford to lose time researching the next step.

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