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Howard Clare, Real Estate Pro in Bethesda, MD
Howard Clare answered:
I am considering relocating to Silver Spring, MD from Chicago to study in DC. Is this a safe neighborhood? Anything I should consider?
Silver Spring generally has safe neighborhoods. It really depends on a few factors including your budget, type of property and location since Silver Spring is fairly large.

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Catherine Pu…, Other/Just Looking in Silver Spring, MD
Catherine Purcell answered:
Where would I find a good inexpensive attorney?
Hello Merciful2sla,

You can go to the Landlord/Tenant dispute your case

If you follow the instructions and keep ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Mar 15, 2013 Rental Basics in Rockville
trestompp, Renter in Rockville, MD
trestompp answered:
My landlord is trying to keep my entire security deposit.
Thank you for all of your help. I will be contacting a real estate lawyer today. I have pulled out my proof of deposit, my old lease, my letters, and the memo they sent me acknowledging ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Dec 27, 2012 Rental Basics in Rockville
binoymishra,  in Bethesda, MD
binoymishra answered:
Looking for an apartment/townhouse to rent (3 Beds, 2 Baths, max 3200 USD) green & safe area,within B-CCHS boundaries. Many Thanks.
Hi Maria,

Yes, I know one house very close to Metro and BCC HS, and will fit into your budget. Please email me at, and mention the following: (a) how long d ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Sep 2, 2012 Rental Basics in Bethesda
Tending, Both Buyer and Seller in Washington
Tending answered:
how much of my monthly income should be spent on rent? i am one year removed from college and making less than 30k
Actually, your income should be 40 X your monthly rent. So, if you pay 2,500 for rent, you yearly income should be 100,000.
0 votes Share Flag Mon Jun 18, 2012 Rental Basics in Rockville
Elvie,  in Rockville, MD
Elvie answered:
how long does a landlord in Maryland have to return a security deposit?
Dear Voges,

If you used the Maryland GCAAR contract form, it states in the contract 45 days is when the landlord supposedly return your security deposit. Read your lease contract wit ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Nov 18, 2009 Rental Basics in Rockville
Jon Tucker, Real Estate Pro in Columbia, MD
Jon Tucker answered:
I wish to lodge a complaint against Realty Management whom is a management company.
Inner Mind,

Jon Tucker with RE/MAX 100. You can try the Maryland Real Estate Commission. Google them or paste this URL: ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Apr 29, 2009 Rental Basics in Gaithersburg
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