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PA Fair Housing (3.5 HRS) RECE005660 CE

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HUMAN RIGHTS AND FAIR HOUSING
Learning Objectives
Section 1 In the Beginning
In the Beginning
A look back at how discrimination began
Section 2 Federal Laws and their Exemptions
Laws and exemptions
Fair housing regulations
Religious organizations
Persons with disabilities
Familial status
Section 3 Other Discriminatory Practices and Enforcement of the Laws
Other prohibited practices
Denying access
Steering
Redlining
Code words
Fair housing act 1968
Fair housing amendments 1988
Blockbusting
Cease and desist
Refusing to sell or rent based on covered classes
Represent that a premise is not available based on covered classes
Renting in one’s own home
Religious organization exemption
Private club exemption
Changing credit criteria
Section 4 Lawful and Unlawful Questions and Statements
Megan’s law
Age
Disability
Marital status
National origin
Race
Religion
Age
Sex
Familial status
Section 5: Advertising Guidelines and Restrictions
Guidelines and restrictions
Responsibility of brokers and salespeople
Proper handling of buyers
Enforcing the law
Section 6: Reviewing Discrimination: It’s History and Practices
Legacy of segregation
Role of government
Role of private industry
Working with sellers
Working with buyers
Possible discriminatory situations
Steering
Avoiding illegal steering
Harassment
Section 7: Summing it Up
Important issues concerning Fair Housing
What’s it all about?
Fair Housing Act, what is it?
Who is protected?
Types of covered housing
Prohibitions in sales and rentals
Harassment
Other prohibitions
Recent critical investigations
Results of those investigations
Typical violations
Who is protected?
What does discrimination look like?
What to avoid doing
Fair Housing Advertising
Legal case summaries
Putting it together