Fair Housing vs. Unfair Housing

Do you know the difference?

Knowing the difference between fair housing and unfair housing isn't as obvious as you might think. This blog aims to present a variety of important and interesting fair housing issues.

If you're an apartment professional, avoid costly mistakes by reading the stories of others who — even with good intentions — learned compliance lessons the hard way. (For the easy way, click here.)

If you live in an apartment, get familiar with your rights when it comes to housing discrimination, as well as your options for seeking justice.

Friday, November 27, 2015

Black Friday Deal Offers Fair Housing Compliance Training for Only $4.99

If you're a landlord or property manager, it's essential to get familiar with fair housing laws to avoid discrimination complaints from tenants. Take advantage of Black Friday to get up to speed on fair housing compliance for only $4.99...

Download Fair Housing Helper for Apartment Professionals for Kindle for just $4.99, a savings of 50% off the regular price of $9.99. Just visit the Amazon.com page by clicking here.

You don't need an actual Kindle device to enjoy a Kindle eBook. You can read Fair Housing Helper for Apartment Professionals on your iPad, smartphone, or even your computer, thanks to free Kindle apps.

Visit www.fairhousinghelper.com to find out about what Kirkus Reviews calls a "useful, easy-to-read guide for those who want to learn more about complying with U.S. fair housing law."

Plus, when you finish the book, follow the simple instructions to receive a complimentary, personalized fair housing training certificate and a free badge to use on your Web site or marketing materials.

Click here to download Fair Housing Helper for Apartment Professionals for Kindle today for only $4.99.

Monday, October 19, 2015

Scared of Fair Housing Violations? In the Dark About Compliance? Save 31% on Fair Housing Helper Through Halloween

If you're operating in the dark when it comes to fair housing compliance, or you're fearful that you might get accused of housing discrimination (despite your good intentions), you may want to take advantage of a limited-time offer on affordable, convenient fair housing training...

With Fair Housing Helper for Apartment Professionals, you go at your own pace and gain more confidence with every page. Now through October 31, 2015, enjoy 31% off when purchasing Fair Housing Helper for Apartment Professionals directly through the Fair Housing Helper eStore. Just use coupon code HTZSSK79.

Visit www.fairhousinghelper.com to learn more about what Kirkus Reviews calls a "useful, easy-to-read guide for those who want to learn more about complying with U.S. fair housing law," which was recently selected as an International Book Awards Finalist.

Landlords, property managers, and others who complete the training receive a complimentary, personalized fair housing training certificate and more!

Friday, September 18, 2015

5 New Quick Video Tips on Fair Housing Compliance

Fair Housing Helper is pleased to announce the addition of five new tips to its YouTube series, "Fair Housing Tips In Less Than a Minute."

View the complete complete video series on YouTube. Or check out any of the ten tips here:
Check this blog and follow @fairhousing on Twitter for announcements of new tips as they're added to the series.

Plus, for more information about the book "Fair Housing Helper for Apartment Professionals" and getting your complimentary personalized certificate and badge, visit fairhousinghelper.com.

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

What Did HUD Just Do With the 'Affirmatively Further Fair Housing' Requirement?

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) brought the Fair Housing Act (FHA) back into the spotlight on Wednesday by announcing a new rule about the long-neglected “affirmatively further fair housing” (AFFH) requirement.

Find out what you need to know about the rule, including why it's controversial, by checking out my new guest blog post, entitled "HUD Breathes New Life Into the Fair Housing Act’s ‘Affirmatively Further Fair Housing’ Requirement" on Liz Bramlet's Blog.