(3 elective CE credit hours)
This is not your typical Fair Housing course. Want to avoid legal jeopardy and headline status on the news? The instructor Suzanne Leff is one of Colorado’s foremost attorneys for community associations. This presentation is chock full of down-to-earth information on how to handle difficult situations in community associations not often seen in text books, but experienced by Community Association Managers, landlords, brokers and their attorneys every day.
A wide variety of subjects are discussed, including reviewing accommodation requests for visible and not obvious disabilities, emotional support animals, fence-climbing autistic children, and medical marijuana. Attention is also given to avoiding intentional and unintentional violations of race as a protected class and the do’s and don’ts of restrictions on children and families who benefit from familial status protections. Special situations, like the obligations of an HOA in neighbor-to-neighbor disputes and harassment, are covered too in this very practical course for managers and brokers.
Following her presentation, Ms. Leff will be joined by real estate attorney Damian Cox for a question and answer session exploring unique aspects of this important topic specifically for HOAs, landlords, and brokers.
No text is required for this course.
Fair Housing Course video
Fair Housing Exam
This content is a part of the COX Law Library which is a special collection of Real Estate Continuing Education classes written and presented by Colorado’s foremost attorneys. Each class specifically addresses the issues facing Colorado real estate professionals in today’s market.