2024-2026 Alaska Fair Housing & Property Management

Overview

Fair housing and property management are two areas of professional real estate practice that can present serious problems for licensees who are not in compliance. This course reviews federal and state fair housing best practices as well as key property management activities that help create an inclusive housing environment. It also explores licensees' ethical and legal responsibilities to comply with fair housing laws to protect their clients' best interests, the public interest, and their own business interests.

This course is mandatory for the 2024-2026 license cycle and meets the two-hour designated continuing education course on fair housing and property management.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion, students will be able to:

  • identify federal and state protected classes
  • recognize how to reduce or prevent discrimination in the housing industry
  • discuss fair housing compliance and penalties for noncompliance
  • evaluate advertising according to fair housing guidelines
  • recognize prohibited acts concerning the rental and sale of housing
  • recall sound practices in key areas of property management
  • illustrate the real estate professional's rights and responsibilities under the Fair Housing Act
  • describe the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and Department of Justice (DOJ) enforcement practices

Designed For

Alaska real estate licensees who are completing CE for the 2024-2026 cycle

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