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This popular bundle provides learners with knowledge of all the essentials of fair housing.   It includes: Fair Housing:  Are You Up to the "Test" - our best-selling basic fair housing course Service & Assistance Animals - a more in-depth look at one of the hottest topics in fair housing Fair Housing Q&A - E&A Team's fair housing experts and attorneys Scott Moore & Sara McCue answer frequently asked fair housing questions and discuss Reasonable Accommodations, Criminal Background Screening, and Service & Assistance Animals Purchased separately, the courses would cost $219 per person.  You can purchase them in this Fair Housing Essentials Bundle for only $149! Read More

In this exciting new training, the learner takes on the role of a newly-hired tester and learns the basics of fair housing.  The "tester" is taught what to look for when evaluating properties for possible fair housing discrimination claims.  Once the learner knows what testers are looking for, they can apply the principles and knowledge they gained to their real-life role in property management! The course contains six instruction modules: Module 1:  Introduction to Testing, Laws, and Discrimination Module 2:  Enforcement Mechanisms and Remedies Module 3:  Interacting with Potential Tenants Module 4:  Introduction to Accessibility Requirements Module 5:  Reasonable Accommodation and Reasonable Modification Module 6:  Introduction to Harassment in Housing The course includes a downloadable comprehensive fill-in-the-blanks manual which once completed becomes an excellent desk reference for fair housing issues.  The manual's appendix includes important and valuable documents.   Once enrolled you will have six months unlimited access to the course.   You can take the course at your own pace -- start, stop, return later and resume where you left off. Upon successful completion of the course materials and the course exam (50 T/F and Multiple Choice Questions), you will be able to print your own Certificate stating that you have completed three hours of online fair housing training.   Read More

Fair Housing:  A Way of Life! This course covers the basics of fair housing in a fresh, new format that is fun and interactive.  It is easy to understand and is perfect for those who are new to the multifamily housing industry or for those who have been in multifamily housing for a while but need a refresher on the basics and information on new housing topics, or need a certificate showing they have completed their annual fair housing training. The Main Topics covered are: Fair Housing Laws & Discrimination Consequences of Discrimination Interacting with Tenants and Potential Tenants Introduction to Accessibility Reasonable Accommodations and Reasonable Modifications Harassment in Housing A thorough, downloadable fill-in-the-blanks workbook is included.  Once complete, it becomes a valuable study guide and reference. The course wraps up with a final exam, and once the course is completed, learners can print their own certificates which state they have completed three hours of online fair housing training. Read More

Includes: Fair Housing:  A Way of Life and Fair Housing Accessibility for Maintenance Personnel This course for Multifamily Housing Maintenance Personnel includes Fair Housing:  A Way of Life with an additional module covering Fair Housing Accessibility for Maintenance Personnel.  Fair Housing:  A Way of Life covers the basics of fair housing in a fresh, new format that is fun and interactive.  It is easy to understand and is perfect for those who are new to the multifamily housing industry or for those who have been in multifamily housing for a while but need a refresher on the basics and information on new housing topics, or need a certificate showing they have completed their annual fair housing training. The Main Topics covered are: Fair Housing Laws & Discrimination Consequences of Discrimination Interacting with Tenants and Potential Tenants Introduction to Accessibility Reasonable Accommodations and Reasonable Modifications Harassment in Housing A thorough, downloadable fill-in-the-blanks workbook is included.  Once complete, it becomes a valuable study guide and reference. The course wraps up with a final exam. Fair Housing Accessibility for Maintenance Personnel is an overview of accessibility information that all multifamily Maintenance Personnel should be familiar with.  It contains four videos of E&A Team's President and Fair Housing Accessibility expert, Mark English, explaining the basics of accessibility.  It includes a "virtual walkabout tour" and discusses common accessibility issues, myths, and mistakes. A downloadable workbook is included. Upon successful completion of the course, learners are able to print their own certificates which state they have completed three hours of online fair housing training and one hour of online Fair Housing Accessibility for Maintenance Personnel training. Read More

As owners or managers of multifamily housing, we never want to make an error that allows the admission of an ineligible household or rejects a household that is eligible. But, if you’re responsible for preparing or reviewing tenant files, chances are you have made mistakes in determining household eligibility.  Household eligibility errors are commonly discovered during file audits conducted by an internal compliance department, third-party compliance contractor, housing agency, or an investor.  During this 90-minute webinar, Gary Kirkman will go over the most common errors discovered during file audits and show you how you can learn from these mistakes so that they don’t happen again. The information provided will help you take a closer look at your own files to make sure that you are ready for the next file audit. This webinar is great for all on-site personnel whether you’re just beginning in the industry or just need a refresher course on best practices for documenting findings and how to correctly calculate and determine household eligibility.  Topics include:       Proper Documentation of Findings       Common Eligibility Errors Discovered during File Audits       Correctly Determining Income from Wages       Determining Annual Income from Social Security       Cash & Non-Cash Contributions       The Effect of Student Financial Assistance on Eligibility Read More

Join E&A Team's Compliance Training Director, Amanda Lee Gross, for this ON-DEMAND Webinar! The Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program’s Acquisition/Rehab credits have been hugely successful in preserving numerous aging HUD and RD multi-family housing projects. However successful, this layering of funding can create compliance challenges for those responsible for administering these programs for a project. Additionally, the use of HOME funds, needed as gap financing in many of these deals, can further complicate compliance matters. In this 90-minute recording of the live webcast, Amanda Lee will dive deep into the murky depths of regulations and will bring to light how to conquer acquisition/rehab compliance! This course is perfect for any compliance professional involved in LIHTC Acquisition/Rehab projects with or without federal funds. Topics include: • Claiming Acquisition and Rehab Low-Income Housing Tax Credits • Conducting certifications for existing tenants and determining certification effective dates • Conducting unit transfers during acquisition/rehab • The treatment of ineligible existing tenants • Application of the Uniform Relocation Act A comprehensive manual that can be used as a resource long after the on-demand webinar has been viewed is included! Cost $90 Read More

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