This is a non-credit course. Not for license renewals.
Fair Housing laws, beginning with the Fair Housing Act of 1968, were enacted to prohibit discrimination against certain protected classes. Real estate professionals must be familiar with both the theory and practice of Fair Housing when conducting business.
This course covers discrimination and housing, types of violations, advertising rules, ADA, penalties, fair employment practices, fair credit practices. It also explores anti-trust laws, bankruptcy protection, environmental considerations, and data security.
After completing this course, you will be able to:
This course is divided into thirteen chapters. Each chapter begins with a video lecture from the course instructor, Vern Jarboe. After the lecture, interactive activities will help reinforce the tips you just learned. The chapter will end with a short multiple-choice question quiz.
At the end of the course is a 30-question final exam. Passing the test requires a minimum 75% passing score and can be attempted as many times as needed to obtain the passing score.
This course will take about four hours to complete.
This course will remain available to students for 365 days after enrollment.
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|Stay current on anti-discrimination regulations.
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