This seminar provides all attendees with (3) Continuing Education Credits.
The Intersection of Fair Housing and the Pandemic
Fair Housing Basics and Trends for Multi-Family Housing Providers is a good class for beginners or seasoned professionals in the property management business. This class is certified for 3 hours of CAM through GDAA and for 3 CEU hours for Licenses with the Ohio Division of Real Estate through the Miami Valley Fair Housing Center.
21st Century Fair Housing Issues for Multi-Family Housing Providers. In addition to a review of fair housing basics, the course will focus on some of the important trends in fair housing. Since 60% of all fair housing complaints that are filed annually across the nation are based on disability, the class material will focus on how to serve people with disabilities in an inclusive manner and give pointers on how to avoid liability under fair housing laws. Other important parts of the course will give information on recent guidance from HUD on:
- Compliance with the Violence Against Women Act and HUD’s guidance on serving women who are victims of domestic violence and/or sexual harassment.
- Serving people with a criminal history in a manner consistent with HUD’s mandate to conduct individual assessments of all applicants
- Compliance with the 2016 Anit-Harassment regulation including some best practices to deal with tenant-on-tenant harassment
The Miami Valley Fair Housing Center provides assistance to victims of housing discrimination and provides education for professionals whose work intersects with the provision of housing.
For More Information:
Dayton, Ohio 45439 (937) 293-1170
About the Instructor
John Zimmerman is the Vice President of the Miami Valley Fair Housing Center, Inc., in Dayton, Ohio. He is a Fair Housing Instructor certified by the Ohio Division of Real Estate to conduct classes providing continuing education credits for REALTORS® and appraisers since 2001. Since 1999 he has been an instructor of fair housing courses certified for CAM continuing education credits. He instructs staff from Permanent Supportive Housing properties, Rural Housing 515, LIHTC properties, Project-Based Section 8 properties, 202/811 properties, and Public Housing. He has a Bachelor’s degree from Capital University in Columbus, Ohio. He lives in Miamisburg, Ohio.
Seminars are eligible for Continuing Education Credits (CEC's) for CAM, CAPS, and NALP.
This is an in-person class- we will practice responsible protocols and the Event Center will be set up for social distance seating. If you need information on how to join virtually please contact the GDAA office
Seating is limited so register early!
“No cancellations or refunds accepted within 2 days of the course/event. No-shows will be billed” This policy is in effect unless the public health situation dictates otherwise. If the event has to be postponed or canceled a credit will be issued and applied to the next attended event or seminar.