Maryland Hope - MD Department of Housing and Community DevelopmentHelp for Homeowners. HOPE Hotline 877-462-7555 https://dhcd.maryland.gov/Residents/Pages/HOPE/MDHope.aspx
Maryland Access Point - Maryland Department of Aginghttp://www.marylandaccesspoint.info/ MD Dept. of Aging customer service (844) 627-5465Help for homeowners aged 60 or older.
Maryland Benefits Center - Benefits Data TrustHelps individuals apply for benefit programs to help afford food, shelter, healthcare, prescriptions, including assistance with the Food Supplement Program.https://www.bdtrust.org/location/maryland-benefits-center/?q=m (855) 444-4994 Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Maryland Department of Human Services
Help for Marylanders in financial need.
Maryland Consumer Rights Coalition (MCRC)http://www.marylandconsumers.org/ 2209 Maryland Ave., Baltimore, MD 21218
(410) 220-0494 Main number
(443) 961-6220 Tax Credits Hotline
firstname.lastname@example.org Jen Peoples, Office Manager
email@example.com Francine Hyman, Financial Counselor
Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Servicehttps://mvlslaw.org/get-legal-help/apply-for-services/ Apply online anytime or call (800) 510-0050 Monday - Thursday, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
For free legal assistance with a tax sale or tax foreclosure matter or deed/ estate issue for income eligible clients. Also assists clients with other civil legal issues.
Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland https://probonomd.org/520 W. Fayette St., Suite 300Baltimore, MD 21201(410) 837-9379
Maryland Legal Aid Bureauhttps://www.mdlab.org/(800) 999-8904Free legal assistance with a tax sale matter for income eligible clients. Also assists clients with other civil legal issues.SEE ALSO regional office locations under Local Counseling & Services link.
Civil Justice, Inc.http://www.civiljusticenetwork.org/520 W. Fayette Street, Ste. 410, Baltimore, Maryland 21201(410) 706-0174Homeowners who do not qualify for free legal assistance may be able to get low cost legal assistance here.
Public Justice Centerhttp://www.publicjustice.org/en/(410) 625-9409Free legal assistance for tenants of properties in tax sale foreclosure.
Maryland Attorney General's Office - Consumer Hotline
For complaints about reverse mortgage fraud and other types of consumer fraud.
Homeowners Property Tax Credit Available to residential homeowners who meet certain income requirements. The program sets a limit on the amount of property taxes a homeowner must pay based on their household income.For more information and to apply, visit: https://dat.maryland.gov/realproperty/Pages/Homeowners%27-Property-Tax-Credit-Program.aspx Call: (410) 767-4433 or (800) 944-7403Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgNote: homeowners must re-apply for this program each year between Feb. 1 and Oct. 1. Benefits Data Trust - Maryland Benefits Center will help low-income homeowners complete their applications for this credit. https://www.bdtrust.org/location/maryland-benefits-center/?q=m (855) 444-4994 Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Maryland Homestead Tax Credit helps homeowners deal with large assessment increases on their principal residence. It limits the increase in taxable assessments each year to a fixed percentage. All homeowners are required to submit a one-time application to establish eligibility for the Homestead Tax Credit on their principal residence. For more information and to apply, visit http://dat.maryland.gov/realproperty/Pages/Maryland-Homestead-Tax-Credit.aspx.
Maryland SDAT Disabled Veteran’s Exemption https://dat.maryland.gov/SDAT%20Forms/Disabled-Veteran.pdf
Maryland SDAT Blind Person’s Exemption
https://dat.maryland.gov/SDAT%20Forms/Blind-Persons.pdf Other Maryland SDAT exemption applications are available here https://dat.maryland.gov/Pages/sdatforms.aspx#PORP under “Exemption Applications.”
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