- Property Preservation Companies Currently Hiring in Maryland
- HUD Pricing for Maryland
- How To Handle Non-Paying Property Preservation Clients in Maryland Using Either Small Claims Court and/or Mechanics Liens
- Winterization Season Start and End Dates
Maryland Contractor Law Summary For Property Preservation Vendors
These downloadable PDF documents (to the right) contain an overview of the Small Claims Court Laws for the State of Maryland, which should be helpful to any of my fellow REO contractors who are having trouble getting paid in that area. Maryland’s court website is tons more helpful than most of the other states’s that I have encountered during my research.
If the dollar amount owed to you is less than $5,000, then Small Claims Court will most likely be your path of least resistance to a remedy for non-paying Property Preservation clients.
You can download each of these 2 documents here
Maryland Construction Law Compendium
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This is some very useful information and has inspired me to get started in the Property Preservation business in Maryland.