Here's Why You Should Be Careful with Reasonable Accommodation Requests

May 12, 2017
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In this lesson, the focus is on disability discrimination, the leading cause of fair housing complaints filed each year. The reasons vary, but many stem from disputes over requests for reasonable accommodations—that is, exceptions to the community’s usual rules or policies—for applicants or residents with disabilities. Last year, for example, more than 3,300 of the 8,300 complaints—40 percent—of complaints received by HUD and its state and local counterparts were for failure to make reasonable accommodations.

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