Fair Rental Housing in Washington
Real Estate Continuing Education Certificate - 3 Clock Hours
This course provides an overview of the laws that govern the operation of residential rental property in the state of Washington, including:
- A general overview of Fair Housing principles such as unconscious bias, steering, disparate impact, protected classes, harassment, retaliation, and how to process reasonable accommodations/modifications for disabled persons, including assistance animals.
- Responsibility to investigate and address tenant on tenant harassment and other fair housing issues more common in multi-family housing.
- A review of the most common fair housing complaints in Washington and the typical investigation process.
3 Clock-hour certificate available for licensed RE brokers.
Michael Chin, JD/MBA
Enforcement Manager Seattle Office for Civil Rights
Mike Chin is responsible for enforcing Seattle’s civil rights laws in housing, employment, public accommodations, and contracting. His division includes investigations, testing program, outreach, training, technical assistance, and mediation.
Maxwell Glasson, Attorney
Maxwell Glasson, provides representation in estate planning and probate, landlord-tenant, real estate, business law, and commercial transactions. Initially from South Lake Tahoe and now rooted in Seattle, he is licensed to practice in Washington, Nevada, and California.
This session is offered ONLINE only. After class, all participants will receive a link to recorded session (accessible for 30 days) and downloadable materials for review.
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