Fair Housing: Pot, Pigs, Parking & Perps, Now What? - Live Webinar
Instructed by: Anne Sadovsky, CAM, CAPS, NAAEI Advanced Facilitator
NAAEI CECs: 4
Recommended for: All on-site staff
Class Description: Fair Housing can be boogey man of Multifamily, but it doesn't have to be. There have been many changes/new rulings from HUD in the past 4 years, creating a good deal of confusion. It is important that anyone who works on-site stays up-to-date with Fair Housing. Not knowing could lead to a serious lawsuit.
Stay informed; the most complaints filed are:
In this class you will learn about:
- Accommodating those with disabilities, especially regarding support animals and parking
- The differences between a pet, emotional support animal and a service animal
- Policies and procedures regarding leasing to people with criminal background/felons
- Shoppers and testers who attempt to entrap your staff with pushy questions and demands
- Sexual harassment cases. Avoid accusations due to poor choices of words and actions
- The impact of wording in community policies and procedures
- State and local rules regarding marijuana use
About the Instructor: Anne Sadovsky, CAM, CAPS, NAAEI Advanced Facilitator
Anne has been active in many apartment associations at national and state levels for five decades and is based in Dallas. She has been honored with Legends Awards from Multifamily Pro and the Apartment Association of Greater Dallas and is a former V P with Lincoln Property Company. She began her speaking and consulting career in 1981.
Anne is a popular guest on radio and TV talk shows, is an editor and writer for many publications and is often quoted in articles about the development of people skills. She is a co-author of the book “Mission Possible” with Brian Tracy and Stephen Covey. She is an expert on Fair Housing and is a favorite speaker on developing people skills, the likeability factor, sales and leasing, customer retention and service, and more. Anne’s success story has been featured in Money Magazine, Ladies Home Journal, and Texas Business. Mirabella Magazine named her one of the 1,000 women of the 90s.
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