May 17, 2023
If you’re among the many landlords with lead paint problems, you face some difficult choices.
April 18, 2023
Website accessibility is rapidly emerging as the next big thing in fair housing liability.
Like any other consumer-facing business, multifamily housing providers need a good website that online shoppers can use to scope out their product. But while most landlords understand its business...
March 20, 2023
We present scenarios based on actual cases. Your job: Spot the fair housing mistake.
February 21, 2023
What Would You Do? Neighbors complain that a tenant is keeping Binky, a loud and menacing-looking pit bull, in her apartment in violation of your community’s no-pets policy. You ask the tenant to get rid of the dog or you may have to evict her. She becomes flustered and insists that she has a...
January 23, 2023
Illegal immigration is a touchy and politically charged subject. It’s also an issue that many landlords in America need to address on a daily basis. There are approximately 11.5 million undocumented aliens living in this country, according to U.S. Census Bureau estimates. Because the vast...
December 19, 2022
Cases from the past year offer six important lessons.
November 19, 2022
While it may seem like routine business, responding to transfer requests may have significant fair housing implications.
Let’s play a quick game of fair housing word association in the multifamily leasing context:
For many, this phrase summons up images of...
October 21, 2022
While many fees are perfectly legitimate, some fees add up to illegal discrimination.
September 21, 2022
We’ll give you six rules for avoiding liability risks when setting and enforcing occupancy standards.
August 18, 2022
We’ll tell you what happened in each case—and how it may impact your property.
Most of you are pretty familiar with what the fair housing laws require. But it’s in the court rooms and administrative tribunals where the broad rules and principles of fair housing law are...