Home Buyers

Purpose

Where You Live is Your Choice

created on Sun, 2015-11-29   •   updated on Thu, 2017-01-12
Poster showing a Black mother and daughter: Don’t let anyone tell you differently. We found the home of our dreams, but the real estate agent said she thought we would be more comfortable in a different neighborhood. But I know it’s illegal to steer prospective homeowners to or from certain neighborhoods based on race or national origin. Report racial steering and put an end to it. Like we did. Fair housing is your right. Use it. Formatted for Bus Shelter. HUD website/phone for contact info.Open Publication

Fair Lending - Learn the Facts

created on Wed, 2017-03-08   •   updated on Wed, 2017-03-29
Understanding fair lending, and the law that governs it is important for everyone. Knowing how your fair housing rights are protected under the federal Fair Housing Act can help you recognize lending discrimination.Open Publication

Unintentional Discrimination

created on Mon, 2017-03-06   •   updated on Mon, 2017-03-06
Many cases of potential steering today stem from sales associates trying too hard to help their clients. Three brokers talk about the kinds of fair housing situations that can trip up professionals without them realizing it. (Length: 6:16) April 22, 2014, National Association of REALTORS View the YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-6sox5NLtv4Open Publication

Do's & Don'ts: Saving Your Home

created on Tue, 2016-03-08   •   updated on Wed, 2017-02-01
This video, created by the Northwest Fair Housing Alliance, suggests Do’s & Don’ts for Homebuyers, for protected class members, on how to avoid foreclosure scams when researching ways to save one’s home from possible foreclosure. No captions.Open Publication

Facts & Tips for Homebuyers with Disabilities

created on Tue, 2016-03-08   •   updated on Wed, 2017-02-01
This video created by the Northwest Fair Housing Alliance presents facts, tips, and suggestions for homebuyers who have disabilities and the many resources that are available to them, as well as the signs of possible discrimination. No captions.Open Publication

Do's & Don'ts for Homebuyers

created on Tue, 2016-03-08   •   updated on Fri, 2017-01-13
Do's & Don'ts for HomebuyersOpen Publication

Facts & Tips for Homeowners with Disabilities

created on Mon, 2016-03-07   •   updated on Fri, 2017-01-13
Hechos y Consejos para Compradores de Viviendas con DiscapacidadesOpen Publication

Do's & Don'ts for Homebuyers

created on Wed, 2016-02-17   •   updated on Thu, 2017-01-19
Do's & Don'ts for HomebuyersOpen Publication

Facts & Tips for Homebuyers with Disabilities

created on Tue, 2016-02-16   •   updated on Wed, 2017-02-01
This tri-fold brochure created by the Northwest Fair Housing Alliance presents facts, tips, and suggestions for homebuyers who have disabilities and the many resources that are available to them, as well as the signs of possible discrimination. Included within this brochure are: - Facts & Tips to avoid lending discrimination - Protected class members - Signs of possible discrimination - Mortgage loans and programs for people with disabilities - Important resources for help and assistance.Open Publication

Do’s & Don’ts for Homebuyers

created on Tue, 2016-02-16   •   updated on Wed, 2017-02-01
This tri-fold brochure suggests Do’s & Don’ts for Homebuyers, for protected class members, on how to avoid scams and schemes when buying a home. Included within this brochure are: - The Do’s and Don’ts - Protected class members - Signs of possible discrimination - Red flags and warning signs - Important resources for help and assistance.Open Publication

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