Reviewing HUD’s latest February updates “FHOE 2020-21” with respect to Assistive Animals
Understand fair housing issues and how they impact your property
Understand the need for accommodations
Understand the fair housing laws about accommodations
Know timeframe for requesting and granting accommodations
What properties fall under fair housing/ accommodation laws
Definition of reasonable accommodation
Definition of disability
What is “reasonable”
A reasonable accommodation is one of fair housing’s “hot topics”. This typically accounts for over 50% of the fair housing complaints to HUD in the past year. Reasonable accommodations can be requested during the application process, during the tenancy, and during an eviction. It is important to learn the correct procedure to ask for, review, and implement this important action. Reasonable accommodations are requested because of a disability of either physical or mental issues. It is important that one understands the definition of disability and when it comes into play to allow a disabled person to enjoy the same quality of life as a non-disabled individual.
This course has all the recent updates on Assistive Animals that came out from HUD on February 1, 2020 – FHOE Notice 2020-21, also known as “Assistive Animals Notice.”
Join this session by expert speaker Paul Flogstad, where he will discuss the HUD’s Reasonable Accommodation, complaints encountered with this as well as the latest HUD Notice of February 2020
Community Development Staff
All of these problems are a daily occurrence at most properties. This seminar will give you fresh ideas to deal with the issues and the residents involved. You will learn to not run afoul of fair housing issues when dealing with these situations. You will learn about many of the needs for reasonable accommodations. One of the primary requests is for assistance animals. We will discuss what the requirements are, what animals are allowed, and how a landlord is.