Many landlords, property managers, and other housing professionals who aren't knowledgeable about fair housing law likely have a reason for not getting the training they need. For example, they may believe there's just not much to know when it comes to fair housing compliance, or they might feel it will never be too late to take corrective action to make a discrimination problem go away.
But such beliefs are not valid reasons for delaying training. In fact, even if you have the best intentions, you're unwittingly subjecting yourself to a high risk of fair housing liability by continuing to operate in the dark.
If you've been putting off getting fair housing training, check out my guest post on Liz Bramlet's Blog to see if you find any of these six common myths familiar.