About The Event
For the past six consecutive years, disability-related complaints have accounted for almost half – or, recently, MORE than half - of all fair housing complaints filed! The common theme in these complaints is the alleged refusal to allow a reasonable accommodation or modification. When does an illness rise to the level of a disability? What is an accommodation? A modification? What exactly is “reasonable” – what criteria should we use when evaluating requests? What do HUD, DOJ and the courts say about our responsibilities and how to meet them? Can we still be sued or the subject of a complaint even if we do everything correctly? You’ll learn the answers to all of these questions in this fast-moving informative session!
- Back to basics with definitions of the most used terms relating to disability and fair housing.
- Compliance requirements of the Fair Housing Amendments Act.
- FHAA, ADA, Section 504: similarities and differences
- Sample workflow for accepting, processing and disposition of requests for accommodations and modifications.
- Must-have forms for accepting and processing requests for accommodations and modifications.
- An overview of HUD’s “Interactive Process” requirement.
- Create an understanding and appreciation of how and why we work with persons who have a disability under the FHA.
- Ensure awareness of compliance requirements under the Fair Housing Amendments Act.
- Share sample forms, workflows and language that will promote FHA compliance.
- Suggestions for compliance with the “Interactive Process” when a request is denied.
- And a lot more!!!
Handout: Sample policies and procedures, copies of HUD guidance and a curated list of links to relevant materials.
Who Should Attend
Anyone in the multifamily rental industry who has direct or indirect with residents and prospects, including Vice President, General Manager, Regional VP, Regional/Area Manager/Supervisor, Property Manager/Supervisor, Community Manager/Director, Maintenance Managers/Supervisors and Maintenance Technicians.
Industries: Construction & Housing, Affordable Housing
Subjects: Fair Housing
Doug Chasick, “The Apartment Doctor”, and former President of The Fair Housing Institute, has more than 45 years of investment real estate experience, and has been the President or CEO of five real estate companies, responsible for portfolios of over 28,000 apartments, and more than 8 million square feet of commercial, retail and industrial properties. Doug was awarded his Certified Property Manager designation in 1979 and was a member of the Institute of Real Estate Management National Faculty for eight years. He is a Senior Instructor member of the National Apartment Association Education Institute Faculty and leads the Advanced Facilitator Training workshop. A licensed Real Estate Broker in Florida, he is also a licensed Expert Fair Housing Instructor in the Commonwealth of Virginia and the recipient of the NAAEI Apartment Career & Education (ACE) award.
Also, please check your junk mail or spam folder for firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. If you are still unable to find it, contact our Customer Service at (888) 527-3477, 8:00am-4:30pm EST Monday-Friday, for a new one.
For that, login to your user account. Go to Orders > Webinar. You will see a “Attendees” button. Click on that, it will go to Add Attendee page. There you can add Attendee details. Once you have added the details, you will be taken to Attendee Listing page, where you can see “Certificate Download” button to download certificate.
After you have purchased a recording, login to user account. Go to Orders->Recording tab. There you will find a Download link. Click on that to download the video.
Once you have purchased a On-demand video, login to user account. Go to Orders->On-demand tab. You will find a Watch Now button. Click Watch Now button to watch the video.
Access Unlimited Webinars
Why You Should Subscribe?
Unlimited Live and On-Demand Courses
Attend any of our live webinars, more than 100 every year and all previously recorded webinars in On-Demand format related to HR, Payroll, Affordable Housing, Construction Law Management, Microsoft Office and Performance Management Office.
Unlimited SHRM and HRCI Credits
All our HR related programs are pre-approved for HRCI and SHRM credits, for which you don't have to pay anything.
Free Access to Course Materials
Each program comes with Additional Course Materials, which you can download and read anytime.
If you have a group, we offer good discounts on group membership.
Call Now At