Fair Housing: Implicit Bias, Disparate Treatment & Steering 3.0 Hrs CE $39
Oct 16, Sat 9 AM
Steering and disparate treatment are widely recognized as the most prevalent forms of discrimination in housing. These two form of discrimination are so subtle that buyers/renters are generally unaware their choices have been limited. Understanding and recognizing the potential impacts of implicit bias on fair housing will help agents stay in compliance with fair housing regulations. The case studies and class discussions will provide an opportunity to refocus on fair housing issues. Course fulfills 3.0 Hour Fair Housing requirement for license renewal.
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It is impossible to replicate the rich learning experience of the classroom through a computer screen and online program. The ability to ask questions and participate in classrooms can not be replicated through email or chat. New perspectives on the course material are discovered during classroom discussions. Hearing from fellow professionals attending the course adds a whole new dynamic.