Property Address: 1525 and 1523 N Monroe Street, Baltimore, MD 21217

Property Owner (1525): Larry, Inc., 5602 Baltimore National Pike, Suite 407, Baltimore, MD 21228

Resident Agent for Larry, Inc.: James Cann, same address

Property Owner (1523): TEV, LLC, 4115 Wilkens Avenue, Suite 102, Baltimore, MD 21229 (Company is not in good standing, address goes back to an attorney, James Holderness.)

Registered Agent for TEV, LLC: It’s A Process, LLC, 5108 Meriday Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21236

This home is yet another example of why Baltimore’s tax sale process needs revamping. The current owner filed for foreclosure in 2013, judgement foreclosing right of redemption (Maryland Circuit Court case number 24C13003297) was granted in January of this year — yet none of the ownership records have been changed, almost 9 months after the judgement was entered. Hence, the ownership information in our State Department of Assessments and Taxation database is incorrect. Also, the home is listed as a primary residence, and a special credit has been granted. You can see the home has not been lived in for some time.

City Council District and Contact:  District 7, Nick Mosby

State Senator:  Catherine Pugh

State Delegates:  Barbara Robinson, Frank Conaway, Jr., Antonio Hayes

1525 and 1523 N Monroe Street, note the trash and overgrown vegetation.
1525 and 1523 N Monroe Street, note the trash and overgrown vegetation.
More campaign signs from Doc Cheatham and Belinda Conaway from 2014.
More campaign signs from Doc Cheatham and Belinda Conaway from 2014.