Rent Issues? Repairs? Rent Increases?


The following is from the Renter’s Alliance for Montgomery County website: 

Tired of unreasonable rent increases? Abusive, irresonsible or neglectful landlords? Not being heard as a renter?
The Montgomery County Renters Alliance, Inc. is here to help.


Wednesday, May 3, 7-8:30 p.m.
Register HERE

Wednesday, May 24, 7-8:30 p.m.
Register HERE

Wednesday, June 14, 7-8:30 p.m.
Register HERE

Wednesday, June 28, 7-8:30 p.m.
Register HERE

Apartment Community Meetings

Park Station Tenants Association Meeting

Saturday, April 22, 1 p.m.
Register HERE

“The Renters Alliance is working with reporters, elected officials and landlords to keep them and the wider county informed about renter issues. Often we get faces of disbelief when we tell stories about the challenges renters face, whether it be rents many times more than the county voluntary guidelines, or about abusive landlords who target renters with high rents or eviction because they simply demand a clean building or promised services. And we also want to know about those landlords who get it right and should be held up for their best practices, like keeping rents and rent increases reasonable and being responsive to their renter community. Tell us your story. Email us at with “My Story” in the subject line. And please let us know as much about you as you can tell us so we can get back to you.”
The Renters Alliance is eager to work with building activists and to invite building residents to join. If you are interested in forming a tenants association or would like us to come meet your neighbors, we urge you to contact us to arrange a meeting. Contact us at and put “Meeting” in the subject line. We’ll get back in touch. We hope to have contacts and activists in every renter community in the county.”

In addition to the dialogue on rent stabilization, Renters Alliance staff will be joined by Office of Landlord and Tenant Affairs Manager Nicolle Katrivanos, and KaShamba Williams, Program Manager and supervisor of the multi-family team at the Department of Housing and Community Affairs.

Join us for another lively and informative town hall. Register HERE.

Are you a victim of an excessive rent increase? We want to know.

Rents throughout Montgomery County have been skyrocketing. If you have received a rent increase more than 4.4%, we encourage you to send us a copy of the renewal notice. We are working with county officials to provide examples of these increases. The County Council is considering rent stabilization bills to address excessive rent increases in the coming weeks and renters receiving these increases are urged to provide examples.
Report excessive rent increases offered after May 15 to the Office of Landlord and Tenant Affairs by calling 311 (240-777-0311) or emailing The Renters Alliance urges renters who received rent increase notices before May 15, 2022, which exceeded the county's Voluntary Rent Guideline to report them to the Renters Alliance at, and to the Office of Landlord and Tenant Affairs at

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