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Evictions Made Easy

September 24th, 2008 · 1 Comment

I just had a court case for an eviction. It was the easiest court date I have had. I didn’t go downtown, I didn’t go to my attorney, in fact I didn’t leave my office. I used They handled the filing, they went to court, they will file the eviction notice, they will also comply with the new Baltimore city tenant eviction notification law.

Rent court is something that is easy to do yourself. In fact sitting in court and hearing some of the crazy excuses by both tenants and landlords can be kind of fun.  But is that a good use of your time? I have been very much a “do it myself” kind of guy. Fortunately I am learning to delegate. It is well worth the money to pay a pro to do something if it frees up my time to be more productive at what I am best at.

Rent Notices service was easy to use. I created a free account. I simply ordered the services I needed. They sent me an email to notify me of the court date. Afterwards they e-mailed me the results and told me the next step.  The eviction hasn’t happened yet, it’s a long process but it will be easier for me because of My experiences have been good so far and I recommend them.

I know I have many readers from out of the area. Unfortunately they only work in the Baltimore region. Right now can handle Carroll, Howard and Baltimore Counties as well as in Baltimore City.

Happy land lording,


Tags: Landlording

1 response so far ↓

  • 1 Michelle // Jul 29, 2010 at 10:15 am

    We’ve been using since June 2008. Their price back then was much more affordable and competitive, $29 for initial filing and appear in court hearing, $50 for filing eviction. Now, it is $45 and $57, can’t afford very long before we have to switch to other rent court agents in Baltimore. We love their online features, there is no fax or email have to compost, just click-click-click. Also, they take credit card payment while others only take cash or checks. However, it is worth the extra $$ each month for filing? No sure yet.

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