Maryland Streamlines Process for HOAs to Remove Antiquated Racist Covenants

/ Owner - June 6, 2019

Rodgers Forge became the first residential community in Maryland to take advantage of a 2018 law that empowered and required homeowners associations to proactively act to remove covenants that restrict homeownership based on skin color, religion, or nationality, according to The Baltimore Sun. In May, the Towson, Md., community altered 85 covenants written more than 70 years ago that restrict the neighborhood to whites only.   Read the article……………………..

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