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Is It a Disability? Part One - Obesity

Is It a Disability? Part One – Obesity

Obesity is a growing health concern around the world, with an estimated 1.9 billion adults classified as overweight and 650 million of them considered obese. In recent years, there has been a debate as to whether obesity should be classified as a disability. The issue is complicated and can carry fair housing implications. In part […]

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Translation Services Part 1 - Reasonable Accommodation

Translation Services – Reasonable Accommodation

Today, roughly 11.5 million people are either deaf or hard of hearing in the United States. This raises the question, are housing providers required to provide translation services or an ASL interpreter as a reasonable accommodation? Join us as we share insights and tips to help you stay fair housing friendly.

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Eight steps to follow when facing a fair housing complaint

Eight Steps To Follow When Facing a Fair Housing Complaint

Nobody ever wants to face a fair housing complaint, but unfortunately, they are a reality in the housing industry. In this article, we will focus on eight critical steps that will help you face a complaint in a calm and focused manner to achieve a better outcome.

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Marketing and Applications for Subsidized Housing – New Title VI Requirements

Marketing and Applications for Subsidized Housing – New Title VI Requirements

Do you know what Title VI is? Or how it affects the way a property is marketed or its application process? Leslie from Williams, Edelstein, and Tucker P.C. sits down with us to discuss the new notice and what it means for subsidized housing.

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