BNI Maryland

BNI Information

Please visit the web links below for more information about BNI. We hope that you will find interesting and useful information throughout our website.

Working to obtain justice in housing for all MD residents, BNI serves 18,000 to 20,000 people each year as they seek to resolve the most basic of issues – ensuring that all have access to housing. 

Our publications provide the information you need to know your rights and responsibilities, whether you are a tenant or a landlord. Join BNI in promoting justice in housing for all.

Useful Resources

Click Here for a BNI document containing links to a variety of online resources related to the issues of justice for all in housing. Among these links will be your gateway to government agencies and nonprofit organizations that we hope will assist you. Whether you need legal advice from Maryland’s online legal library, a place to report issues with lead paint in housing, public and private housing information, information about the local courts, or where you can find referrals to lawyers, you’ll find it here.

Fair Housing

The Fair Housing Program staff is available to answer questions at no charge

Here is your gateway to the many resources available to you for help and information on Fair Housing. We’ve gathered a list of federal, state, and local agencies, both public and private whose mission includes helping with fair housing issues. We’ve included resources in areas of disability housing rights as well as a link to the HUD Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity.      Click Here.

Tenant Landlord

BNI is the state’s number one resource for tenant/landlord issues

Whether you are a tenant or a landlord, we are here to help. One way we help is by providing you with links to government agencies and nonprofits that can help you with issues that may arise. Some of the resources we’ve listed will help you understand what the tenant-landlord statutes are in your jurisdiction. Some of the resources will give you advice concerning your particular issue. Some may help you peacefully resolve a dispute. If you want to explore tenant/landlord sources of information and help. Please Click Here.