Resources

Resources

It’s Your Right
An introduction to fair housing issues which provides basic information on what constitutes discrimination and what consumers can do to protect themselves.

Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, Federal Register Part III:
A complete description of the implementation of the Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988.

Overview of Federal Disability Anti-Discrimination Laws
Including guidelines for housing providers and consumers.

Fair Housing Accessibility Guidelines
This document presents guidelines adopted by the Department of Housing and Urban Development to provide builders and developers with technical guidance on how to comply with the specific accessibility requirements of the Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988.

Questions and Answers about the Guidelines

Disability Anti-Discrimination Laws & Reasonable Accommodations
This document covers the conditions that can necessitate reasonable accommodation and includes sample requests that users can model.

Anti-Discrimination Laws for Housing Providers Regarding Reasonable Modifications
This document covers the conditions that can necessitate reasonable modifications and includes sample requests that users can model.

The National Fair Housing Advocate Online Discussion Forum
Provides a publicly accessible sounding board for fair housing and landlord tenant issues.

U.S. Department of Justice, Fair Housing
Official website for U.S. Department of Justice.

The Fair Housing Bill of Rights
A ten point guide for property owners, managers and developers.

The Fair Housing and Civil Rights Timeline
A chronological summary of civil rights that have formed the basis for all people�s right to fair housing.

Know the Facts! Protect Your Rights!
Study findings for discrimination statistics involving rentals, sales, lending and insurance.

2008 Fair Housing Trends Report
National Fair Housing Alliance report, Dr. King’s Dream Denied: Forty Years of Failed Federal Enforcement.

Discrimination In Metropolitan Housing Markets: Phase 1
This report presents results from the first phase of the national Housing Discrimination Study (HDS2000).

Discrimination In Metropolitan Housing Markets: Phase 2 Asians and Pacific Islanders
The second in a series of reports on the level of housing discrimination in the United States. This report presents results from the second phase of the latest national Housing Discrimination Study (HDS2000).

Discrimination In Metropolitan Housing Markets: Phase 3 – Native Americans
The third in a series of reports on the level of housing discrimination in the United States.

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To eliminate unlawful housing discrimination in the housing rental, sales, lending and property insurance markets on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, familial status (presence of children in the family), disability, age, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, source of income, or other basis as defined by law affecting the San Diego regional housing market.

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