Washington Real Estate Fair Housing (6hr) - Part 1
CRE Clock Hour Certificate Available for licensed Real Estate Brokers.
SB 5378, effective June 1st, 2022, requires education on Fair Housing for new real estate broker licensees and renewals, and applies to all real estate brokers and managing brokers. The first active renewal after June 1st, 2022, must include the 6-hour Washington Real Estate Fair housing class. With every renewal afterward, licensees must complete a 3-hour course. For more information, click here.
This three-part, six-hour course will cover the historical and societal context of housing discrimination, legal framework intended to prevent housing discrimination, and steps to take to prevent housing discrimination. Brokers must complete all three sessions to meet the new state requirement for continuing education.
- Part 1. Historical and Societal Context (1 hour 30 minutes) | Thurs. 8/11, 2:00 – 3:30 PM
- Part 2. Legal Framework (2 hours) | Thurs. 8/18, 2:00 – 4:00 PM
- Part 3. Role of the Broker and Managing Broker (2 hours 30 minutes) | Thurs. 8/25 2:00 – 4:30 PM
REGISTER HERE FOR THIS SESSION:
Part 1. Historical and Societal Context (1 hour 30 minutes) | Thurs. 8/11, 2:00 – 3:30 PM
Instructor: Mike Chin, Seattle Office of Civil Rights Enforcement Director
- History of racial discrimination, race-based segregation, and housing discrimination in the United States and Washington State
- Understand the context of the Fair Housing Act within the setting of the Civil Rights movement, including the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965, and discuss contemporary issues.
RHAWA Members: Attend unlimited seminars for 12 months with one of our class pass options. Learn more here.
This session is offered ONLINE only. After class, all participants will receive a link to recorded session and downloadable materials for review.
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