The Fair Housing Act is a very complex law with many different requirements. Design professionals are expected to understand the design requirements although very limited training on them is available. However, now the Department of Justice is exercising their right to file "pattern and practice" lawsuits, and those can go all the way back to the early 90's. Compliance with the Fair Housing Act is mandatory. That fact seems to becoming clearer and clearer as cities in Texas, and around the country, have been hit with both private law suits from local citizens and large settlement agreements from the United States Department of Justice. Many more wonder when it will be them and what they need to do to avoid it.
We have developed a training class specifically about the Fair Housing Act to clear away all of the misconceptions and help people understand how to comply.
|Tuesday January 24, 2017
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
$289 per person, there will be a discounted price for early registration(ends on January 6th). A continental breakfast and full lunch will be provided! Maps are provided at registration link.
Who Should Attend?
- Housing Authorities
- Property Managers
- Make good decisions in project planning
- Learn how to review your design plans
- Understand how to determine the number of units required to comply
Attendees will receive HSW/LU or CEU credits and certificates of attendance issued.
When & Where
Accessology is based in McKinney, Texas (Dallas/Fort Worth), with a second office in Austin, the State Capital. Accessology is minority (woman) owned and certified through the General Services Commission as a Historically Underutilized Business. We are also certified as a minority owned enterprise through both the North and South Texas Regional Certification Agencies.
We provide local, nationwide and international services in the following areas:
- Transition Plans
- Assessments Consulting
- Expert Witness
- Plan Reviews
- State Inspections
- Training (HSW/CEU credits approved)