Ensuring Compliance With FHA's Design And Construction Requirements

Ensuring Compliance With FHA's Design And Construction Requirements



As part of its protections against discrimination on the basis of disability, the Fair Housing Act (FHA) aims to improve accessibility for people with disabilities by imposing seven design and construction requirements on certain multifamily communities—generally speaking, those that opened for first occupancy after March 13, 1991.

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