Congratulations, your settlement has been scheduled on a specific date and time at one of our three convenient locations. In order to give you the attention and service you deserve, we ask that you please be on time and remember to bring the following items:

Information for the borrower:

1. If your lender has indicated that you will need funds for closing, please bring a cashier’s/bank check, certified check or money order made payble to Buyer’s Title, Inc., for the good faith estimate amount you were given by your lender. If it is too much, you will be given a check back for the overage at the settlement table. For amounts below $1,000.00 you may write a personal check for pay cash for the difference.

2. Bring your original homeowners insurance policy if you have not already supplied it to your lender.

3. Bring any documents you signed with your lender at application or prior to coming to settlement. This can be very helpful in the event there are any discrepancies with the terms of your loan.
Information for the seller:

  • Remember that all owners on the property need to be at the closing. If any of the owners are deceased, please provide a copy of the death certificate to Buyer’s Title prior to the closing. If you are the personal representative of an estate you must provide the letters of administration appointing you.
  • Bring photo ID
  • All Power of Attorney’s must be provided and approved before the closing


For your convenience, we have provided a list of homeowner association management companies along with their addresses and phone numbers.
Homeowner management companies are responsible for the billing and collection of homeowner dues along with providing customer service to the homeowners in each association. Management companies usually provide service to more than one association. However, some associations do not have managment companies in charge of their association, therefore they are responsible for managing their own individually.


P.O. Box 604
Charlotte Hall, MD 20622
Fax: 301-737-2418


-Acton Commerce
-Laurel Glen
-Preston Square
-Southern Business Park
-St. Charles Business Park
-Washington Square
-West Park
-Willow Woods

La Plata, MD 20646
Fax: 301-885-3483


-Charleston Terrace TH
-Fox Run
-Quailwood TH
-Tanglewood TH
-Westlake Village Towns
-White Oak Village
-White Oak Village TH

Waldorf, MD 20604
Fax: 301-645-3567


-Ashford Oaks
-Bannister Neighborhood
-Bannister Square
-Cobblers Woods
-Collington Ridge
-Forest Mill
-Huntington Neighborhood
-Huntington TH (Heathcote Rd)
-Lake Village Manor
-Lake Village Square
-Oak Manor
-Patuxent Point
-Sentry Woods
-Smallwood Village
-Somerset Condos

COMANCO2139 Defense Highway
Crofton, MD 21114
Fax: 410-721-3842


-Chestnut Woods
-Laurel Branch
-Meadows at White Oak
-Northgate Townhomes
-White Hall Forest

P.O. Box 524
Indian Head, MD 20640
Fax: 202-898-5568
New Clients Welcome!!


-Potomac Mews

MAREDITH MANAGEMENT, LLC301-374-9909 or 301-843-8111
Fax: 301-843-1255


-Acton Village
-Adams Landing
-Brandywine Village
-Carrington Townhomes
-Charles Crossing
-Crossing at Chadsford
-Dorchester Landings
-Dorchester Neighborhood
-Dorchester Townhomes
-Enfield Chase
-Falcon Ridge
-Greenhaven Run
-Greenwood Manor
-High Grove
-Hunters Brooke
-Huntington Clusters
-Huntington Lake Commons
-Huntington Ridge
-Knolls at Cabin Branch
-Lake Jameson
-Lakeside Mews
-Lakewood Estates
-Lancaster Townhomes
-Marlborough townhomes
-Marlton 100
-Mckendree Village
-Oakwood townhomes
-Presidential Heights
-River Hill
-Ryon Woods townhomes
-Sentry Woods townhomes
-Smallwood Village PDRB
-South Hamptom townhomes
-St. Charles Business Park
-Stanford Community
-Victoria Park
-Wakefield Square
-Westpark Condos
-Westlake Village
-Westphalia Woods II
-Wexford Village II
-Willow Creek



Front Foot Fees

Private water and sewer facility assessments, also known as front foot benefit assessments, front foot fees or utility liens, are annual charges established by developers to defer or offset the cost of installing water and sewer infrastructure to serve a community. The front foot benefit charge is a legally enforceable charge, similar to homeowners association dues and condominium fees. These fees continue for a period of time and are binding on all lots subject to the specific declaration.  The owner of the home is responsible for paying the charges. When selling a property that has assessments for water and sewer installations, the seller is responsible for disclosing those assessments to buyers.