Small House with gavel in front of text: Fair Housing

Every Month is Fair Housing Month

HUD’s mission is to create strong, sustainable, inclusive communities and quality affordable homes for all. HUD is working to strengthen the housing market to bolster the economy and protect consumers; meet the need for quality affordable rental homes; utilize housing as a platform for improving quality of life; build inclusive and sustainable communities free from discrimination, and transform the way HUD does business.

Learn More on the Fair Housing website

 



 

 

WR Fair Housing Video Collection

Playlist of Legal Hotline videos, featuring Legal Hotline Lawyer Annie Fitzsimmons, that cover fair housing issues and best practices.

 



 

 

50th Anniversary of the Fair Housing Act

Download Our Fair Housing Poster

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To request printed posters for your office, please call Toll Free: 1-800-562-6024 or Direct: 360-943-3100. Supplies are limited.

Fair Housing Resources


U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development


Washington State Human Rights Commission

360-753-6770
800-233-3247 in WA
TTY 800-300-7525
Fax 360-586-2282
www.hum.wa.gov


King County Office of Civil Rights

206-263-2446
TTY Relay: 711
Fax 206-296-4329
www.kingcounty.gov/civilrights


Seattle Office for Civil Rights

206-684-4500
TTY 206-684-4503
Fax 206-684-0332
www.seattle.gov/civilrights


Office of Equity and Human Rights


Fair Housing Center of Washington (Western WA)

253-274-9523
888-766-8800 (toll free)
Fax 253-274-8220
www.fhcwashington.org


Northwest Fair Housing Alliance (Eastern WA)

509-325-2665
800-200-FAIR (in 509 area code)
Fax 509-325-2716
www.nwfairhouse.org

NAR Resources


Fair Housing Act: Criminal History-Based Practices and Policies

Originally posted on April 7, 2016 on REALTOR.org

In the recently issued “Office of General Counsel Guidance on Application of Fair Housing Act Standards to the Use of Criminal Records by Providers of Housing and Real Estate-Related Transactions(link is external)”, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (“HUD”) urges housing providers to exercise caution when implementing criminal history policies or practices used to make housing decisions.

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