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Fair Housing:  A Way of Life, our most popular basic fair housing course, has been completely updated! The new version has a new look, new content, and is now narrated! We created this course to be easy to understand and it 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.  It's the perfect course to provide a certificate showing that annual fair housing training has been completed! The Main Topics covered are: Fair Housing Overview (Federal Laws & Discrimination) Consequences of Discrimination Interacting with Tenants and Potential Tenants 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

Join Scott Moore, fair housing attorney, for this video course on Fair Housing for Property Management.  Scott covers the following topics: Fair Housing Law Basics and How They Impact You Reasonable Accommodations Reasonable Modifications Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Harassment This is a three-hour video course.   It is divided into two one-and-a-half hour videos. It includes a downloadable full-color course handbook/desk reference.   There is no exam.  Videos must be watched in its entirety to complete the course and earn a three-hour fair housing training certificate.   Read More

In this interactive 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

In this exciting 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.   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 four hours of online fair housing training which meets OHFA's QAP for Owners, Managers & Site Personnel. Read More

This is the recorded version of the 2nd Annual Fair Housing for Property Management Summit which was done live online on April 27, 2021. Everyone knows all property management staff (including both on-site managers and members of the maintenance staff) should have fair housing training.  Because fair housing, including accessibility, is such a HOT TOPIC, E&A takes a unique approach.  We partner with a highly experienced fair housing attorney, Sara McCue, who has worked with clients and organizations throughout the country on the fair housing issues that matter to them.   In this full day of training, Sara will provide more than just standard training on all fair housing and accessibility topics specifically designed for property management persons. Topics will include: Protected Classes Reasonable Accommodation Assistance Animals in Housing  Sexual orientation/gender identity discrimination Religious accommodations  The Violence Against Women Act Criminal Background Screening (how to develop a policy) HUD’s harassment regulations and liability for violating the regulations Which laws apply to your property?   Common accessibility mistakes Accessibility Action Plans  Changes in HFA QAP’s and how their enforcement affects accessibility requirements CNAs and accessibility requirements Recent legal settlements regarding fair housing issues Effects of Covid-19 on fair housing Medical marijuana Handling information related to a tenant’s disability Read More

This is a recorded version of the 2nd Annual Multifamily Accessibility Summit. It includes Day 1 with training on Accessibility Requirements for Multifamily Properties and Day 2's Roundtable discussion with E&A Team's experts and important government officials from the IRS, HUD, and the Department of Justice. You can self-report your attendance for this course to AIA and request CEUs.  This course is not TDHCA Approved.   Read More

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