Property Address:  13, 15, 19, 21, and 23 N Payson Street, Baltimore, MD 21223

Property Owner (13):  Yet another instance where ETS Maryland, LLC (a forfeited company not in good standing) did not transfer the deed after being awarded the property in a tax sale foreclosure. See linked post for info on the company.

Property Owner (15): Maggie and Floyd Doles, same address

Property Owner (19):  Add Home Solutions, LLC, 663 San Gabriel Road, Lusby, MD 20657

Registered Agent for Add Home Solutions, LLC:  CSC-Lawyers Incorporating Service, 7 St. Paul Street, #1600, Baltimore, MD 21202 (Company charter has been forfeited, company is not in good standing.)

Property Owner (21):  See ownership information for 13 Payson Street, above.  Again, the owner, ETS-Maryland LLC did not file a deed transfer after gaining ownership of the property, as required by law.

Property Owner (23):  Eric C. Partman, same address

City Council District and Contact:  District 9, “Pistol” Pete Welch

State Senator:  Verna Jones Rodwell

State Delegates:  Keith HaynesKeiffer Mitchell JrMelvin Stukes

15 and 13 N Payson Street
15 and 13 N Payson Street
23, 21, and 19 N Payson Street
23, 21, and 19 N Payson Street

4 thoughts to “A Block of Blight on N Payson Street

  • pibbb

    Is there some reason for a new owner to fail to neglect transfering a deed, besides laziness? I’m finding this fairly often, and the people at the Assesor’s office just shrug their shoulders.

    • Baltimore Slumlord Watch

      Yes, of course — if nobody knows you own a property, you wouldn’t be mailed a tax bill. And you wouldn’t be held accountable, and you could feign ignorance when the city mailed out violation notices.

      • pibbb

        Sigh…of course. thanks.

  • pibbb

    sorry… i meant fail to transfer, not fail to neglect

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