Virginia Post-Licensing: Fair Housing, ADA, and Civil Rights
Are hoarders protected by fair housing law? Smokers? What about sexual orientation? And what does HUD have to say about screening tenant applicants based on criminal records?
The two-hour Virginia Post-Licensing: Fair Housing, ADA, and Civil Rights course is designed to give you a comprehensive overview of fair housing laws relating to the sale and rental of real estate. In addition, the course provides a detailed look at federal civil rights and anti-discrimination laws regarding real property transactions and business establishments. The course also offers an explanation of voluntary affirmative marketing agreements and their application in the real estate industry.
In Virginia, new salespersons must complete eight post-licensing courses on state-approved topics, adding up to 30 hours of education. Virginia Post-Licensing: Fair Housing, ADA, and Civil Rights is one of eight courses offered by The CE Shop to fulfill the state's post-licensing requirements.
Course highlights include:
- A look at both Virginia and federal fair housing law
- Two proposed classes up for federal fair housing protection
- What to do when a client asks you to only show "diverse" neighborhoods
- Examples showing how fair housing laws apply in real world practice
- Activities to ensure key points are fully understood.