CollegeParkHousing.org and Prince George's Property Owners Association, Inc.
PGPOA, P.O. Box 1652, College Park, Maryland 20741
We stand ready to serve the community's owners and tenants of single and multi-family rental housing in Prince George's County, Maryland, in particular, College Park. Our goal is to promote safe off-campus housing with an appealing location and value to tenants. We attempt to bring all rental housing to a higher standard of maintenance and management.
College Park Landlords!
Why join PGPOA?
FREE advertising of your rentals all year!
Two FREE dinner meetings including keynote speaker
Fighting with tenants over security deposits?
Does your lease protect you?
What you don't know CAN hurt you!
Click the membership tab above to join.
Your College Park Landlords Association:
PGPOA and CollegeParkHousing.org
Plastic bags of any sort are FORBIDDEN in the recycling bins in College Park according to City and Prince George's County Law.
FINES WILL BE APPLIED!
Landlord Certification Program
B. Certified Landlords are recognized with a certificate suitable for display, indicating that they operate within a high standard. This is a clear way to demonstrate that one is a professional landlord to prospective tenants, their parents, the City, community and University.
C. PGPOA and the City plan to identify participants in an on-line registry, allowing others to verify that one is a Certified Landlord. This in turn will prompt others to look for members the next time they look for a property to rent.
Lead Paint Registration Renewals due annually to avoid fines.
All residential rental properties built prior to 1978 must be registered with the Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) under the Maryland Lead Paint Risk Reduction in Housing Act.
EASY TO PAY ON-LINE
(800) 776-2706 or (410) 537-4199
Landlords: Get Certified!
Email your request for a Landlord Certification Program packet to:
After 12 years, Rent Stabilization is a part of the past as the College Park City Council voted at its June 17, 2014 Meeting by a 5-3 Decision to sunset the 2005 Ordinance.