CATEGORIES FOR Fair Housing

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When Will You See Social Security Benefits Increase?

Social Security Benefits Increase in the coming weeks. Approximately 70 Million Americans will see a 5.9% increase this year, but […]

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Housing Equity Important To Overall Health

Housing Equity continues to top to do lists for leaders in Washington, D.C. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted fair […]

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Tuesday Tip: Tenant-on-Tenant Harassment

In this week’s #TuesdayTip, a growing issue in the fair housing industry is Tenant-on-Tenant Harassment. This week, we share the […]

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Gender Identity, Pronouns & Fair Housing

International Pronouns Day is the perfect time to remind owners and agents of how a resident's gender identity relates to fair housing.

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Fair Housing Funding Available

The U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development continues its fight against discriminatory housing practices related to the COVID-19 pandemic. […]

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Homeownership Month Recognition

President Joe Biden issued a proclamation declaring June as National Homeownership Month. President Biden says, “homeownership is the cornerstone of […]

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Tuesday Tip: Making Spirits Bright

This week, we share tips from two managers about how they are keeping their residents’ spirits up during the holiday […]

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$500,000 in CARES Act Funding to Fair Housing Organizations

On Monday, September 21st, HUD announced it's giving additional funding to 15 Fair Housing Assistance Program (FHAP) agencies. The total amount awarded is over $500,000 to Fair Housing agencies. The agencies span across 12 states. This funding is to support activities related to COVID-19.

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Tuesday Tip: Preserving Community and Neighborhood Choice

Vickie covers the "Preserving Community and Neighborhood Choice" rule that was announced on August 7th. This ruling was announced along with the repeal of the "Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing" rule put into place by the Obama Administration in 2015.

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AFFH Termination, Preserving Community and Neighborhood Choice

The decision to terminate was based on the perception that the regulation proved to be "complicated, costly, and ineffective."

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