Fair Housing is the opportunity to choose where one lives. It is essential to allow individuals and families, across a spectrum of race, ethnicity and disability, with the opportunity to have a choice in the selection of schools, access to job opportunities, and an ability to engage as equal members of the their community.
Under the Federal and State Fair Housing Act, you have the right to housing free from discrimination regardless of your:
You may be a victim of Discrimination if you are a member of a protected class and you feel as though someone has done one of the following:
Refuse to negotiate, rent, sell or otherwise make housing unavailable; or set different terms, conditions or privileges for sale or rental of a dwelling.
Discrimination also occurs in Mortgage Lending as well.
What can we do?
Intake Allegations of Housing Discrimination.
- Test the Provider
- Evaluate Testing Results
- Provide Complaint Support
- Mediate and/or Assist with Resolving Allegation
Enforce the Laws Through Litigation.