Fair Housing into the Future: 50+ Years Strong
TRAVIS EVERETTE • The Fair Housing Act became law in the United States in 1968. Real estate licensees have been trying to balance the requirements of the law with the needs and wills of their clients since that time. Compliance with fair housing statutes has not changed, at least in theory; but fair housing complaints don’t happen theoretically. Complaints and the careers they are capable of destroying are quite real. With his unique perspective on fair housing law and application, Travis Everette works to help real estate professionals like you avoid the complaint crosshairs while not sacrificing the intent of the law. Expect lively discussions about current marketing techniques and strategies to lawfully satisfy the needs of clients. Get this meaningful and business-changing information whether you are involved in residential sales or rentals.
Fair Housing’s Inspiration
PAULA MONTHOFER • If you are looking for another boring Fair Housing class with no practical takeaways, this is not the session for you. If you value your time and enjoy laughing while learning applicable skills and tactics, you should take this class. From FH’s historic and inspirational roots to avoiding violations online, we guarantee you’ve never had a FH class quite like this.
Do the Right Thing! The Code of Ethics and Fair Housing
PAULA MONTHOFER • Two-fer! Not only does this class fulfill the NAR quadrennial COE requirement it also contains fair housing information. We will take on these two topics like never before and offer real life practices to better protect agents and the public.
Fair Housing for the Property Manager
MARC CUNNINGHAM • Complying with fair housing is not just a good business practice; it is the law. Fair housing starts with the federal Fair Housing Act and continues through state and local regulations. The course will not just give an overview of fair housing, it was also educate property managers on what they should and should not be doing in the a day-to-day operation of their business. Property Managers are on the front line of fair housing issues as it relates to renting and must be knowledgeable in how to operate their business to ensure compliance. This session is designed to be very practical and will also address current fair housing topics including service animals, reasonable accommodation requests, and disparate impact rules.
Fair Housing in a Diverse World
MELANIE MCLANE • This course covers the real life dilemmas agents find themselves in, with respect to diversity among buyers and sellers, and the requirements of Fair Housing. We will review national, state, and if applicable, local fair housing laws, as well as the changes to Article 10 in the REALTOR® Code of Ethics. We will discuss the necessity of agents providing equal access to all clients, as well as respecting the diversity of clients. 2 – 4 hours
Let Me Tell You About the Man Cave: The Fair Housing Act for the Modern Real Estate Agent
TRISTA CURZYDLO, JD. • The Fair Housing Act might not have changed in the last decade, but real estate agents and consumers have. This course looks at recent technological developments in the real estate industry and their interplay with the Fair Housing Act as well as recent cases involving real estate professionals.
“The feedback was overwhelming – they all LOVED Trista and her class!! It was absolutely wonderful to have such a fresh approach to Fair Housing–her delivery is on point and her engagement with the class was amazing!! Many said we want more CE like that … Best Fair Housing class I have ever attended.” – Agatha Aquilia, Director of Real Estate Development, Sibcy Cline Companies