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Many federally or state-funded properties are obligated to create and implement an Affirmative Fair Housing Marketing Plan (AFHMP).  The goal of an AFHMP is to specify the property’s marketing strategy for attracting renters regardless of sex, handicap, familial status, race, color, religion, or national origin.  This webinar is designed for site staff and compliance personnel of HUD, RD, and HOME projects as well as some LIHTC projects whose Housing Finance Agency requires an AFHMP.  After viewing the webinar, you will have a deeper understanding of the AFHMP and its role in making sure that the property’s marketing strategy is in compliance with fair housing regulations.  In this 75-minute recorded webinar, E&A Team’s Gary Kirkman reviews the AFHMP in detail.  You’ll learn: ·         what sites are required to complete an AHFMP ·         how to fill out this important form ·         where to obtain the information necessary to fill out the form. ·         when an AHFMP needs to be updated  Topics include: ·         Project Identification ·         Type of AFHMP Needed ·         Marketing Program and Residency Preferences ·         Fair Housing Postings ·         Marketing Evaluations ·         Site Staff Trainings Read More

For most affordable housing properties, the utterance of the word “ student” during an eligibility interview can cause even the most experienced of managers to visibly recoil, and with good reason.  The most common affordable housing programs have regulations that relate not only to the eligibility of  certain students, but also have requirements regarding the treatment of income of students. And, you guessed it, the rules vary depending on the program type!  In this 90 minute recorded webinar session, Amanda Lee will cover all aspects of students in affordable housing, including the following Topics:   LIHTC Student Eligibility Occupancy Requirements   Bond Student Eligibility Occupancy Requirements   HOME Student Eligibility Occupancy Requirements   HUD Section 8 Student Eligibility for Assistance   RD Student Eligibility for Assistance   Maintaining compliance w/multiple program’s student rules   Treatment of Student Income  All trainees can download a detailed electronic course manual that can be used as an excellent resource long after the course has concluded. Read More

  Fair Housing Accessibility for Maintenance Personnel is an overview of accessibility information that all multifamily Maintenance Personnel should be familiar with.  This is intended for Maintenance Personnel who have recently completed basic fair housing training.  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.   Read More

PURPOSE:  To provide architects and engineers with an understanding of the accessibility design requirements under the Fair Housing Act and Section 504. CERTIFICATION:  Successful completion of this course will provide the student with a Certificate indicating that five hours of training have been completed, IF you need TEXAS Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA) Certification, please CLICK HERE!   Objectives: 1.  To provide an understanding of the Fair Housing Amendments Act and Section 504as it pertains to accessible design for multifamily housing. 2.  To provide an understanding of the coverage matrix of the three federal accessibility laws. 3.  To provide an understanding of the Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards and its design requirements for multifamily housing. 4.  To provide an understanding of the Fair Housing Design Manual and how it applies to multifamily housing. DESCRIPTION:  This is an On-Demand Video Course taught by Scott Moore. This Series contains three and a half hours of video material.  The videos are from 5 to 20 minutes in length.  They must be viewed in sequence, but once you have viewed a video you can re-watch it. You can stop, start, rewind, leave and resume the instruction videos. EXAM:  After the review, you will take a  Multiple-Choice Exam.  A Score of 80% on the exam is required in order to complete the course. CERTIFICATE:  Upon completion of the course, you will be given the opportunity to instantly print your Certificate of Completion.   COST:  $275Per Person  PAYMENT:   We accept all major credit cards. You can also call us at 1-888-504-7483 111 to pay by credit card.  If you would like to be invoiced for the course, send an email to helpdesk@EandATeam.com QUESTIONS?  Send an email with your name, phone number and your question to helpdesk@EandATeam.com Read More

Fair Housing Leasing & Management Issues - a TDHCA Approved Course for OWNERS & MANAGERS PURPOSE:  To empower those in the housing industry in TEXAS with the knowledge and skills to deal with difficult fair housing issues and to satisfy the annual fair housing training requirements of government agencies include the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs. DESCRIPTION:   This course is designed for those new to the housing industry as well as experienced housing professionals wishing to refresh their understanding of housing laws. You will have unlimited access to the course for up to six months from the date of enrollment.Course Modules include: 1. Introduction to Federal Fair Housing Laws 2. Protected Classes & Unlawful Discrimination 3. Fair Housing Accessibility 4. Reasonable Accommodation/Modification 5. Applicant Screening 6. Housing Harassment EXAM:  A score of 80% or higher is required on the Exam, which is 50 True/False and Multiple Choice Questions, in order to receive your Certificate of Completion. You may take the exam as many times as is necessary to complete the exam.CERTIFICATE:  Upon successful completion of the course exam, you will be given the opportunity to instantly print your Certificate of Completion.  The Certificate does state that it meets TDHCA's FIVE HOUR requirement.   QUESTIONS?  Visit our website www.EandATeam.com or send an email with your name, phone number and your question to helpdesk@EandATeam.com You can order this course for an employee or even order in BULK for more than one employee!   Read More

Learn more about Fair Housing as E&A Team's fair housing experts and attorneys, Scott Moore and Sara McCue, answer submitted questions and frequently asked questions about fair housing during this one hour and 20 minute recorded on-demand webinar! Topics addressed include Reasonable Accommodations, Assistance Animals, and Criminal Background Screening. Read More

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