Fair and Affordable Housing

Fair housing training as well as HUD and LIHTC compliance resources for owners and property managers.


Assisted Housing Management Insider

12 Monthly Issues

Today’s government-assisted housing field is heavily regulated. Compliance missteps, hasty decisions, overlooked notices, or even a poor choice of words can cause big—and costly—legal problems. Avoiding these pitfalls isn’t easy, but savvy site owners and managers turn to the compliance experts behind Assisted Housing Management Insider for the guidance they need to comply with even the most complex HUD rules and requirements.

Fair Housing Coach

12 Monthly Issues

Can you conduct criminal background checks without violating fair housing law? When is an accommodation request “reasonable”? How can you ensure your advertising is free from unintentional discrimination? Let this award-winning training resource steer you away from the risk of fair housing violations and expensive fines.

Tax Credit Housing Management Insider

12 Monthly Issues

Complying with today’s IRS, HUD, and state agency rules can be very tricky. What’s the best way to get unauthorized occupants off site? How can you audit-proof your records? How should you calculate the income of temporarily absent family members? This plain-English resource gives you clear explanations of the tax credit rules to help you avoid compliance mistakes that could jeopardize some—or even all—of your site’s tax credits.


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Fair Housing Boot Camp: Basic Training for New Hires (EN ESPAÑOL & IN ENGLISH)


Fair housing training—especially for new hires—is too important to risk getting lost in translation. That’s why we’ve created this special guide—in Spanish and English—to help you provide basic fair housing training for bilingual or primarily Spanish-speaking employees newly hired to work at your community. This 24-page Guide (downloadable as a PDF) reviews the basics so that everyone working at your community—regardless of his or her job or industry experience—understands what’s okay—and not okay—to do or say when interacting with applicants, residents, and guests at your community.