SC 4.0 hours The Law of the Land - Fair Housing - Course Syllabus

Course Syllabus:

4.0 Elective Hours.

This course will review the history of fair housing legislation and examine current regulations set forth by the government to ensure equal rights in housing for all. Case Law will be examined as examples of how the law relates to reality.

Course Objective

Discuss the evolution of human rights.

Learning Activity: Video

Recognize and list protected classes of the Federal Fair Housing Act.

Understand housing accessibility requirements for both private and Federally assisted housing.

Learning Activity: Video

Describe prohibited acts under the Federal Fair Housing Act.

Learning Activity: Video

Explain why the duty to disclose fair housing laws to their client is an important responsibility to all of real estate practitioners.

Learning Activity: Video

Discuss the provisions under Titles I and III of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Identify ADA compliance requirements for the disabled.

List and discuss the Fair Housing Acts administered by HUD.

Identify the principles of the HUD/NAR Fair Housing Partnership.

Discuss the use of the Fair Housing logos and statements, the use of models and advertising guidelines.

Describe the Fair Housing enforcement process.

Learning Activity: Video

Identify the types of remedies that are enforced in a fair housing complaint.

Scheduled Outage: July 22, 2017 7:00 - 7:15 EST