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A measure that would have required New Hampshire landlords to accept Section 8 vouchers was defeated in the state’s legislature. According to a news report,  as lawmakers debated the measure, a number of landlords raised concerns over increased regulation, including requirements that properties be updated to meet the federal housing program’s standards. Ultimately, the bill…

Latino renters experience discrimination 42% of the time, according to a new report. The Equal Rights Center, a national non-profit civil rights organization, and The National Council of La Raza, the largest national Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization in the United States unveiled the results of a testing-based investigation documenting adverse and differential treatment…

HUD announced this week that it has charged the owners of two apartment buildings in North Arlington, New Jersey, with violating the Fair Housing Act for allegedly denying rental opportunities to African Americans. According to the charge, the landlords refused to show apartments to or return the calls of a prospective tenant after learning that…

Study finds decline in blatant discrimination while unequal treatment persists Blatant acts of housing discrimination faced by minority homeseekers continue to decline in the U.S., yet more subtle forms of housing denial stubbornly persist, according to a new summary study released this week by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Urban…

A Holyoke, Massachusetts landlord will serve time after he was found guilty of civil rights violations against his tenants. The man was sentenced to one year in jail, and will serve six months with the balance suspended for one year. The verdict follows a two day trial. In addition to jail time, the landlord was…

The Justice Department just reached an agreement with a nationwide residential property management firm headquartered in Dallas, resolving claims that the company violated the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). A lawful, permanent resident alleged that after working for the company for three years, staff improperly demanded that he produce an unexpired lawful permanent resident card,…

As a new year approaches, it is time to review leasing policies and strategies to maximize the profitability of your rental business. Here are some landlord resolutions to consider: 1. Send delinquent rent files out for collection. Don’t allow tenants to get away with not paying rent. With Rent Recovery Service’s flat fee option, for a…

A Bronx landlord was sued this week for relying solely on tenant referrals rather than advertising vacancies. According to the complaint filed by the The Fair Housing Justice Center, the landlord told a white housing tester posing as a prospective tenant that the company never advertises available rental units because “if you run ads, you…

A Greensboro, North Carolina-based landlord will pay $175,000 to settle allegations stemming from the treatment of tenants who are deaf or hard of hearing. The landlord owns and operates more than 64,000 homes in 15 states According to the charges, the landlord violated the Fair Housing Act when it refused to rent to applicants who…

Tip #262: Turn It Down Already! For many landlords, noise complaints are all too common. It is often difficult to monitor noise, and to determine if the particular type or level of noise violates the lease agreement. Not all noise is from partying or loud music. Other common sources include children, dogs or a TV….

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