Owner Property Information Sheet
We ask all Owners to complete a Property Information Sheet to help us better serve your rental property and your tenants. To expedite many repairs, it is best to know your appliance specifications in further detail or where certain items are located. Please complete and submit the Form to your designated DC-Area Property Manager via email, or simply email it to firstname.lastname@example.org, and be sure to include your last name in the subject line. If you have any questions, feel free to contact your Property Manager or call our main lines:
DC Office (202) 656-2354
MD Office (443) 535-1246
Licensing By Jursidiction
We will discuss the requirements specific to your situation during your initial consultation appointment. This is just one of the many services included in the management fee. The answers to your many questions about your DC-Area rental property will vary depending on where your rental is located, but we will be there to explain every jurisdictional nuance, making sure you become the expert. The decision is yours whether you want RM Properties to navigate compliance, or if you would rather take the reigns throughout the registration process. Again, we’ll be there to offer support.
Federal Law: If your rental property was constructed prior to 1978, the provision of the Federal Residential Lead-Based Paint Hazard Reduction Act of 1992 (“the Federal Act”) will apply to the lease of your property. In attachment to the Lease, an Owner must include copies of the two Forms founds below: (1) The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Brochure “Protect Your Family From Lead in Your Home”, and (2) The Disclosure of Information on Lead-Based Paint and/or Lead-Based Paint Hazards.
More information about the Federal Act can be found here.
Maryland Law: If your Montgomery County, MD rental property is located in the state of was constructed prior to 1950, in addition to the Federal Act, the provisions of the Maryland Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (“the Maryland Program”) will apply to the lease of your property. If your property was constructed between January 1, 1950 and December 31, 1978, the provisions of the Maryland Program will also apply to the leasing of your property if you, the Owner, have voluntarily elected to participate in the Maryland Program. In participation of the Maryland Program, an Owner must include in attachment to the Lease both copies of the Federal Forms found above, and one copy per Tenant of the Maryland Program’s Notice of Tenants’ Rights, found below.
More information about the Maryland Program can be found here.
District of Columbia Law: If your Washington, DC rental property was constructed prior to 1978, in addition to the Federal Act, the provisions of The District’s Lead-Hazard Prevention and Elimination Act (“the District Act”) will apply to the lease of your property. Under the District Act, the definition of “lead-based paint hazard” includes more conditions that meet the classification, thus making it more restrictive that the Federal Act’s definition of the term. In participation of the District Act, an Owner must include in attachment to the Lease both copies of the Federal Forms founds above, and one copy per Tenant of the Lead Disclosure Form, found below.
More information about the District Act can be found here.