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                      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

Our Last PGPOA General Meeting  Was October 3, 2018

Exciting Topics Were discussed For those Interested in Tax Savings and Investment Opportunities !

Meeting Topics

1031 Exchanges and Delaware Statutory Trusts (DST's)

Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) Properties – An Introduction to DST Properties for  1031 Exchange Investors 

About the Teacher

Dwight Kay, CEO and Founder of Kay Properties and Investments, LLC

Dwight Kay is the Founder and CEO of Kay Properties and Investments, LLC. 

Kay Properties is a national Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) investment firm with offices in LA, NY and DC. Kay Properties team members collectively have over 94 years of real estate experience, are licensed in all 50 states, and have participated in over $7 Billion of DST real estate. Kay Properties clients have the ability to participate in private, exclusively available, off-market DST properties as well as those presented to the wider DST marketplace; with the exception of those that fail our due-diligence process.

Dwight is a published author with multiple published white papers and articles on 1031 exchanges, Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) properties and real estate securities. He has been interviewed on local and nationally syndicated radio stations on the matters of 1031 exchanges and replacement properties. He also is the author of the published book “Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) Properties: An Introduction to DST Properties for 1031 Exchange Investors.”

Dwight began his career in commercial real estate working for a national commercial real estate brokerage firm focusing on multifamily and commercial real estate. Mr. Kay received his Bachelors in Business Administration from Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, California, and successfully obtained his Series 7, 22, and 63 securities licenses as well as a real estate broker’s license.

Contact Dwight with any questions or speech inquires at:

Office: (855) 466-5927
Direct: 1-(310) 404-7297
Email: Dwight@kpi1031.com

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Your College Park Landlords Association:

PGPOA and CollegeParkHousing.org


Landlords:  Protect yourself against the Nuisance Abatement Statute:

PG County Code 14-171, Section a(2)

The Prince George's County Nuisance Abatement Board (NAB) meetings are open for public viewing, but comments are not allowed by the audience.

                 Recycling Law

Plastic bags of any sort are FORBIDDEN in the recycling bins in College Park according to City and Prince George's County Law.


Want to get more involved?  Consider joining PGPOA’s Board for a year.

Give Lisa Miller a call to discuss – 301.704.1342

Our Last PGPOA General Meeting  was October 3, 2018

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Your College Park Landlords Association:

PGPOA and CollegeParkHousing.org

      Landlords: Get Certified!

Email your request for a Landlord Certification Program packet to:
Lisa Miller

Stay Informed; Get Involved!

Lisa Miller, PGPOA President
David Dorsch, PGPOA Treasurer


Landlord Certification Program

The PGPOA Certification Program provides landlords and their managers/agents with a thorough working knowledge of the laws governing the management, operation and maintenance of rental housing property in College Park.

This program is biennial and open to all property owners who own and rent in College Park, MD.  All participants are notified via PGPOA's CollegeParkHousing.org website regarding updates on city, state and federal code or law changes throughout the two-year program. All participants will be notified of their certification expiration date and invited to re-certify, completing a revised knowledge assessment.

To obtain the required certification, 85% of the questions must be answered correctly. However, all answers can be obtained in recommended readings, for which access is provided by PGPOA, Inc.

This process is 100% voluntary but we believe it is a valuable program for the following practical reasons:

A. The program seeks to educate prospective tenants (and possibly their parents) about the benefits of using a Certified Landlord who participates in this 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.



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   For one and two-family rentals:

New smoke alarm replacement in all rental units must have a sealed, long-life, tamper resistant battery with a timed silence button unless the existing alarms are hard wired and interconnected.
Smoke alarm coverage in homes constructed prior to Jan. 1, 1989 must be upgraded to at least one approved smoke alarm on every level when any one of the following first occur:

1. Existing smoke alarm is more than     10 years old (from manufacture         date)

2. Existing smoke alarm fails to             respond or otherwise malfunctions

3. Change of tenancy

4. Building permit issued for an             addition or renovation

5. Jan. 1, 2018 at absolute latest

SUCCESS Reminder!

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.

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