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A new look!

Welcome back to the Slumlord Watch project. Making some changes to the website, as you can see. In the meantime, while the individual property posts are being updated,…

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Before You Sign That Lease: Do Your Research!

I can’t tell you how many emails I’ve received over the past few years saying “I wish I had read your blog before moving into my apartment, now…

Broward County (FL) Slumlord Watch!

Hopefully they’ll get the site up and running soon, and it hasn’t been abandoned.  It’s always good to see another slumlord watch pop up!  For now, you can…

Green Affordable Baltimore

Join the University of Maryland Clinical Law Program for “Green Affordable Baltimore: A Conversation About Sustainable Housing in Our City” — April 15th from 5:30 to 7:30 PM….

Link Roundup: Events and Legislation

The National Community Reinvestment Coalition is holding its 2010 conference in Washington DC. The NCRC 2010 National Conference includes plenary sessions, workshops and networking on how we can…

A Year Older

Dear Readers, It was one year ago today that I sat down to write the very first blog post.  When I started this blog, I had no idea…

Correction

In October, we republished part of a list of Baltimore City property owners who had been fined by the Maryland Department of the Environment for lead paint violations. …

Information for Prospective Tenants

We receive quite a few emails asking about different neighborhoods, landlords, and other requests for information from people who are thinking of moving to Baltimore, or relocating to…

Outer Harbor Initiative Update

A date has been set for the City Council hearing on the Outer Harbor Initiative.  Go to OHI’s website for more information, and support this important initiative!

Support Baltimore’s Outer Harbor Initiative

At first glance, we love the idea of the Outer Harbor Initiative. However, we’d like to make sure that the opportunities outlined in the initiative are strictly marketed…