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Resources For Tenants Impacted By COVID-19

Thank you to those tenants who have reached out to us and provided written documentation of their hardship. We are working with rental owners on a case by case basis to see if we can offer relief. 

 

If you have lost your place of employment temporarily or indefinitely, you should apply online for Maryland Unemployment Benefits. This is something you have a right to. The phones are very busy, so for faster response time please apply online directly if you have not done so. 

                      https://secure-2.dllr.state.md.us/NetClaims/Welcome.aspx

                      http://labor.maryland.gov/employment/uicovidfaqs.shtml

 

If you receive any government assistance programs like Baltimore Regional Housing Partnership, Section 8, Mayors Office of Homelessness and/or St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore, you should be contacting the agency right away as they have programs where they can adjust your rent during this time. 

 

The Fair Housing Action Center of Maryland also created a list of resources for renters seeking financial assistance.

Anne Arundel County and Annapolis:

  • Emergency Assistance to Families with Children-Annapolis: 410-269-4500
  • North County Emergency Outreach Network: 410-766-1826
  • Salvation Army- Annapolis: 410-263-4091
  • Salvation Army- Glen Burnie: 410-768-0477
  • Emergency Assisstance to Families with Children- Glen Burnie: 410-269-4500
  • Anne Arundel County Community Action: 410-626-1900

Baltimore City: 

  • Franciscan Center: 410-467-5340
  • HealthCare Access Maryland (HCAM): 410-649-0529
  • American Legion Department of MD State HEadquarters: 410-752+1405, 800-433-3318
  • New Shiloh Baptist Church: 410-523-5306
  • All Saints Church: 410-542-0445
  • Mount Moriah Baptist: 410-945-3575
  • New Creation Christian Church Love Outreach Ministry: 410-488-5653
  • Paul's Place: 410-625-0775
  • Wallbrook Vicinity Churches Assistance Ministry: 410-383-1525
  • Zion Baptist Church: 410-837-4181
  • St. Anthony of Padua: 410-488-9918
  • Mercy Supportive Housing Program: 410-675-2125
  • Salvation Army Family Service Center: 410-783-2920
  • City Temple Outreach: 410-383-8040, 410-462-4800
  • Friendship Outreach Center: 410-444-1595
  • Bon Secours Community Works: 410-362-3808
  • Baltimore City Distric Court- Eviction Prevention Program: 410-878-8650
  • St. Vincent de Paul- The Samaritan Center: 667-600-3700 ext. 1

Baltimore County:

  • Community Action Network: 410-285-4674 ext. 111 or 123
  • Assistance Center of Towson: 410-296-4855
  • Maryland Kidney Foundation: 410-494-8545 for assistance to Maryland residents diagnosed with kidney conditions

Harford County:

  • Harford Communiy Action Agency: 443-456-3629
  • Salvation Army: 410-939-3535
  • St. Vincent de Paul Outreach: 410-642-3588
  • Aberdeen Bible Church: 410-272-3278

Other Maryland Resources:

  • United Way of Central Maryland: 410-547-8000
  • RentalAssistance.us/state/Maryland has many resources with specific links for various areas in Maryland

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How Much Rent Can I Afford?

https://www.calculator.net/rent-calculator.html

Or Download the PDFs to Print for Submission

Rental Application Checklist
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Rental Application
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Authorization to Release Information
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Application Checklist:

 

To apply for one of our properties, please make sure you submit the following:

 

  • Completed Application for each 18 year old or over occupant.
  • Completed Authorization to Release Information on Occupancy Form.
  • $39.95 application fee in the form of cash, money order, or credit card per adult occupant who is 18 years and over. 
  • Two most recent paystubs (per employer).
  • Any forms verifying other income (award letters, etc).
  • Copy of photo id (i.e. Driver’s license) and social security card.
  • Copy of forms showing favorable status with Banking Institution.
  • Copy of W-2’s for current tax year and prior tax year, if required.
  • Notification: you are agreeing that a leasing agent can do a home visitation at your current residence.

 

FCRA Summary of Rights
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CONCORD screens applicants on a First-come, First-serve basis, so your application will be processed on its own merit and not in comparison with others.

 

NO REFUNDS can be provided by screening agency. 

What is the procedure for applying to lease a CONCORD property?  

  • Our properties are leased on a first-come, first-served basis, so please start the application process ASAP!
  • Applicants can call or email the office to schedule an appointment to view a property.
  • Applicants need to submit either the online rental application or the paper Rental Application, along with the $39.95 application fee. 
  • An authorization to release information form must be completed in order to allow our staff to verify your employment and current tenancy. 
  • A Rental Application Checklist is available for all applicants to assist in gathering the documents needed for consideration.
  • Co-Signer Application and Co-Signer Agreement forms are available depending on the situation of the tenant.
  • A copy of the FCRA Summary of Rights is available for all applicants to view and download.
  • Our reports service will verify employment, pull credit reports, conduct background checks, verify current residency, and check with references.
  • These measures are used to detect the stability of our residents, and to ensure that you are able to meet all required obligation. 

Will I need to have a security deposit?   

  • All Concord leases will require a security deposit. This will vary on a plethora of factors, namely the financial capability of the tenant. 
  • A security deposit will include the first and last months rent. 
  • The deposit will be collected from the tenant at the time the lease is signed
  • For those properties in which pets are allowed, an additional pet deposit is usually required.
  • Security deposits will not be used as rent.  

How long is the lease term?  

  • Most Concord leases are for one year.
  • At the end of the inital lease term, the lease usually continues on a "year to year," or "month to month," basis.
  • If a tenant wishes to continue the lease for an additional year, Concord arranges for an automatic renewal clause in the lease. 

How and when do I pay the rent?  

  • All monthly rents are due to Concord on the 1st day of each month.
  • Tenants are given a 3-5 day grace period in a lease, in which to pay the rent without being subjected to late fees.
  • This 3-5 day grace period does include weekends and holidays. 
  • Rents not recieved by the designated grace period in the lease agreement will be considered late, and subjected to a 5% late charge and collection action.
  • Rent can be mailed or dropped off to either of Concord's offices.
  • Rent can also be arranged for payment at any banking institution affiliated with Concord:

 Bank of America  -  Wells Fargo  -  PNC Bank  -  M&T Bank  -  Suntrust - BB&T

 

Feel free to contact Concord the different account numbers or deposit slips.

  

Where can I find my routing and account number?

My Lease Is Ending, How Should I Prepare The Property For My Scheduled Walk-Through?

Read through the document below.

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Concord is affiliated with different banking institutions, online payment options as well as multiple office drop-off locations to assist our clients!

Prorated Rent: How is it calculated?

If you have a year-long lease, this is the most accurate method of prorating rent, since it tells how much the tenant pays in rent per day.

Multiply the monthly rent by 12 (the number of months in the year). Take that number and divide by 365 (the number of the year). This gives you how much rent your tenant pays each day. Then take that number and multiply it by the number of days your tenant will pay. The result is how much you charge.

Using a move-in date of July 17, and a monthly rent of $1,500, the equation would be:

( ( $1,500 * 12 ) / 365 ) * 15 = $739.73

If the current month has 31 days, a yearly prorated calculation will return a higher yield than a monthly calculation. However, if the current month has 30 days or less, the monthly calculation will be slightly higher. If a tenant wants to have their rent prorated during a month that has 30 days, they may argue that this calculation unfairly charges them a few extra dollars, so be prepared to explain your rationale (or, use the alternative method described above).

What Repairs and Maintenance will I be responsible for?

  • Tenants are responsible for maintaining the interior and exterior areas of the property in a sanitary and safe manner.
  • Smoke detectors should be checked routinely.
  • Furnace filters should be changed monthly.
  • Landscaping of the property should be kept up with, including:
  • Mowing the lawn
  • Removing weeds
  • Trimming shrubs
  • Driveways and walks to be cleared of snow
  • Should the tenant be negligent, Concord will arrange for these maintenance items to be completed at the Tenant's expense.

How do I contact CONCORD when something needs fixed? 

  • Tenants can call the office, (410) 668-8309, to report a problem 24/7.
  • Tenants can also email us to report a problem 24/7.
  • Tenants will be given instructions and a date for the service by a member of our office staff upon receipt of the complaint. 

 

Why does a Tenant pay an appliance deductible?

  • Tenant accountability.
  • Tenant is adding to the wear and tear of the property's appliances.
  • Tenant shares responsibility with the Owner for the use and care of the appliances. 

 

Baltimore County Residents Information

Baltimore County Tenants with Pets

All Baltimore Coutny tenants with pets must have the pet licensed. This is mandatory to avoid a fine. Registration can be done at a local library. Renewals can be done online by clicking the button below.

Baltimore City Residents Information

2020-2021 School Year Update

Attention Baltimore City Residents: Baltimore City schools will be starting the 2020-2021 school year ONLINE and is planing for an in-person return sometime later in the Fall.

https://www.wbaltv.com/article/baltimore-schools-2020-21-school-year-begin-online/33367945?fbclid=IwAR2m2rmXOou6wpLRAf7zqdobg9c5h4DIbkskVPZMF6kU5NaT5dgKBD2vIU4#

Pool Season 2020

Attention Baltimore City residents: This just in!!
If you are in need of a dip in the pool, the 2020 pool season has finally begun! This summer, all guests must register online or by phone in order to secure a reservation. 

 

Park Pools will be open July 13- September 7

               Neighborhood Pools will be open July 20- September 7


For more information on pool locations, new guidelines, and reserving your spot at the pool, visit https://bcrp.baltimorecity.gov/aquatics

Recreation Spots Reopening

As of  July 13th:

Basketball Courts
Park Playgrounds
Exercise Equipment
Bocce Courts
Skateparks
Tennis Courts
Disc Golf
Trails + Green Spaces
Dog Parks
Fishing Piers


Are all OPEN! Visit https://bcrp.baltimorecity.gov/reopening-plan for more information on Baltimore City's recreation reopening plan!

New Water Billing System

In October of this year, the Department of Public Works (DPW) will start BaltiMeter Billing, a new water and sewer billing system that will enhance DPW's infrastructure and help to ensure customers receive efficient and reliable billing services.  The below information affects only City customers at this time.  

Baltimore County residents are still billed quarterly.

Please click the links below to receive information on the new billing system.

Understanding Your New Balt. City Water Bill
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FAQs
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Baltimore City Parking Permits

 

For more information on how to obtain a parking permit, please click on the icon to the left.

 

 

Baltimore City Tenants with Pets

How to Apply for a Pet License

Step 1: Have your pet(s) vaccinated for rabies, and keep the rabies vaccination certificate.

Step 2: Purchase a pet license tag by going directly to: http://www.petdata.com/for-pet-owners/blt

 

All cats and dogs over age six months must be licensed.  Pet licensing is extremely important as a means of confirming that pets have been inoculated against Rabies.  Rabies inoculation is necessary, even for pets that remain indoors, because bats frequently gain entry to homes and are then pursued by pets, making bites likely.  Licensing helps reunite lost animals with their owners, and provides critically needed revenue to support open admission shelters, such as BARCS.

 

Evaluation of Bedrooms/Dens according to the Housing Authority of Baltimore City

                                       

                                                       

                                                 Testimonials

At Concord, we strive to obtain the trust and confidence of our clients.  Our client's satisfaction with the personalized attention and full range of services that we provide is our company's goal.

A referral from a client is the ultimate compliment for any business, and at Concord we also work very hard to establish a close, professoinal relationship with the tenants of the properties we manage. If you are one of our existing tenants or you have been one of our tenants in the past, we would appreciate your time to provide other prospective rental applicants with a testimonial about our company's service and management style. If you would like to submit a testimonial to share on our website, please email your testimonial to us. 

"Thank you so much for our new home!!!!! I definitely recommend Concord this will be my second property with them only because I wanted to upgrade to a bigger home and they are great"

                                                                                - Shelana

"Thank you for all you have done for Elaine and I... We appreciate everything you have done over these 6 years!"

                                                                                                                                               -Baltimore County Tenants

 

" I would like to thank your organization for your very fine service and compliment your staff for being courteous and very polite. "

-Baltimore City Tenant

 

 

" I just wanted to say that I absolutely love this house! My son and I spent hours in the basement rolling around, playing monsters, and watching movies. Thanks again Concord Property Team. " 

-New Baltimore City Tenant

Let our Concord family show your family the way home.

We make being a Landlord a wise investment.

Contact Our Office Today!

PHONE: 410-668-8309

FAX: 410-668-3373

EMAIL: concordpropertymanager

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office@concordpropertymgmt.com

Office Locations:

Towson Office: 1400 E Joppa Rd, Towson, MD, 21286

 

Towson Office: 600 E Joppa Rd,Suite 2 Towson, MD 21286

 

Essex Office: 105 Eastern Blvd, Office, Baltimore, MD 21221

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