Title Loans Baltimore, Maryland

With the cost of living on the rise, people find themselves being flooded with overdue, unpaid and final notices on their bills. For most, a second mortgage, or taking any other collateralized loans may carry higher risks since there is more at stake. Many also apply for bank loans, but are denied as a result of their credit score, occupation, and income stability. On the other hand, car title loans in Baltimore do not discriminate any of their applicants, and only take your vehicle title in exchange for instant cash.

Title Loans Baltimore, MD

How can I get started on this loan process?

Our title loans are made for the people, catering to their busy schedules and making the process easier in your time of need is their number one priority. The free and simple online application we provide makes it faster to get you approved for the loan amount you need. As long as your car title is clear, and your vehicle is almost paid off, you may be approved for a loan.

After submission of the application, one of our loan representatives point you in the direction of a local title loan site, you will need to bring the following to that area:

  • Photo ID
  • Proof of residence
  • Car title
  • Vehicle

It is crucial to bring the vehicle to the site so the lenders can evaluate and finalize your title loan. Do not worry, they will not take your car, only your title, so you will be able to drive your car during this loan period.

“Where can I get my car title?”

If you do not have the hard copy of your title, you may go to these locations to obtain it:

Baltimore City- Full Service

Address: 5425 Reisterstown Rd, Baltimore, MD  21215

Phone: (410) 768-7000

Parkville Tag & Title Services LLC

Address: 8703 Harford Rd, Baltimore, MD 21234

Phone: (410) 668-9600

Maryland Speedy Tag & Title

Address: 6999 Reisterstown Rd, Baltimore, MD 21215

Phone: (410) 585-0121

“How much can I get for my car title?”

Most of our customers refer to the Kelley Blue Book to get an estimation of their vehicle worth. There are also certified local car appraisal companies in Baltimore who will look at the overall condition of your car and give you an estimate.

Here is the contact information of one of many certified appraisal agencies in your area:

Frederick Auto Appraisal



Depending on the lender, you could get paid with a check, and for your convenience, we list some check cashing stations in the area, as well as their hours of operation:

GAW Check Cashing

Address: 225 N. Eutaw St. Baltimore, MD  21201

Phone: (410) 528-8808


Monday-Saturday: 7:30AM-8PM

Sunday: 8:30AM-4:30PM

ACE Cash Express

Address: 1439 W. Patapsco Ave., Baltimore, MD  21230

Phone: (410) 355-0494


Monday-Thursday: 9AM-7PM

Friday: 9AM-8PM

Saturday: 9AM-6PM

Sunday: Closed

Consumer Concerns and Legal Rights

Repossession is a final resort to some lenders. If you ever find yourself in a financial bind, the lender may reconsider, and come up with a solution to work around the issue. We try to work with our customers to reach the best outcome in these situation. If you do find yourself in the event of vehicle repossession, you may seek legal advice through these consumer law organizations in Baltimore:

Steven D. Silverman, Andrew G. Slutkin, Stephen G. Grygiel

Address: 201 N. Charles St #2600, Baltimore, MD 21201

Phone: (800) 385-2243

Bennett James Willis

Address: 401 E. Pratt St. Suite 2415, Baltimore, MD 21202

Phone: (410) 696-3311

Ernest Steven Nichols

Address: 3 S. Frederick Street Suite 900, Baltimore, MD  21202

Phone: (410) 385-7461

These lawyers may also aid you for other legal reasons. In addition to repossession, you may seek legal action towards your lender you suspect of foul play. In the event of this incident, you may also contact your local police department to look into it even further and help you with any legal issues and actions you need to take.

Baltimore Police Department


Address: 242 W. 29th St. Baltimore, MD 21211

Phone: 311 or (443) 263-2220

Southeastern District

Major Deron Garrity, Commander

Address: 5710 Eastern Avenue Baltimore, MD 21224

Phone: (410) 396-2422


Mailing instructions

Your case may also be investigated by other State and Federal regulatory agencies such as:

Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation

Office of the Commissioner of Financial Regulation

Address: 500 N Calvert Street Suite 402, Baltimore, MD  21202

Phone: (410) 230-6100 or (888) 784-0136

To submit any specific inquiries and/or complaints:

Phone: (410) 230-6077

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau