Basic Fair Housing (Webinar)
Learn how to avoid discriminatory practices that affect protected classes
Online (Link will be provided in confirmation email)
* Registration open until 12/13/22 at 9:00 AM (MST)
The primary focus of this workshop is on the principles of Fair Housing, in particular, how to conduct business in accordance with fair housing and civil rights laws. After taking this class, participants will know how to properly deal with the issues concerning both prospective and current tenants. Fair Housing law is founded on ethics and treating all people equally.
The class covers different protected classes (such as race, religion, sex, etc.) and their rights when renting to them. When it comes to Fair Housing, the firm deals with more disabled tenant cases than any other issue. Learn the difference between reasonable accommodation and modification, and how to handle these requests from disabled tenants. In particular, attendees will explore complicated issues such as companion animals and handicapped parking requests.
CLASS PRESENTED BY
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS
This course qualifies for 3 CECs to renew NAA credentials.
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