Fair Housing: Check All the Boxes When Working with Buyers

REBAC Staff

The Fair Housing Act was passed over 50 years ago. Since then, substantial progress has been made toward creating equitable housing markets. However, much work remains. 

Fair housing is a complex issue. It involves combating many types of discrimination—deliberate, unintentional, and systemic—against different groups of people. 

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