Washington Real Estate Fair Housing - Certified Washington State Real Estate Continuing Education 6 Clock Hour Course
Our Washington Real Estate Fair Housing course is written for real estate brokers and managing brokers to provide concise accurate information concerning fair housing in Washington State.
Our 6 clock hour fair housing course will walk you through the timeline of history from 1866 through 1968 giving you a quick prospective of events from the Civil Rights Act to the Fair Housing Act. This Washington State mandated continuing education course is filled with facts, examples and references. Washington Real Estate Fair Housing is the easiest, most simplified continuing education course for brokers to understand Washington Fair Housing. Not only is our Washington Real Estate Fair Housing course the most convenient way to get these required 6 clock hours, it will save you time and money, and it comes with our promise of excellent customer service and a money back guarantee.
No matter if you are new to the real estate or a seasoned veteran, you will find our Washington Real Estate Fair Housing course to be professional and easy to understand. This course was written by our staff of former and active Washington State brokers with over 50 years of combined real estate experience.
|As of June 1st 2022 Washington State law requires all real estate brokers renewing their license to complete this 6 clock hour fair housing course in their first renewal period following June 1, 2022.
Topics Covered in Washington Real Estate Fair Housing - 6 Clock Hour
- Understanding Discrimination
- Types of Racism
- Types of Discrimination
- Protected Classes
- History, Laws and Court Decisions
- Modern Timeline to The Fair Housing Act
- Court Cases
- Discriminatory Policies and Practices
- The Practice of Love Letter
- Washington State Laws
- Unfair Practices with Respect to Real Estate Transactions, Facilities, or Services
- Unfair Practice to Induce Sale or Rental of Real Property by Representations Regarding Entry into Neighborhood of Persons of Particular Race, Disability, etc.
- Unfair Practice to Coerce, Intimidate, Threaten, or Interfere Regarding Secured Real Estate Transaction Rights
- Real Property Contract Provisions Restricting Conveyance, Encumbrance, Occupancy, or Use to Persons of Particular Race, Disability, etc., Void - Unfair Practice
- Relief for Unfair Practice in Real Estate Transaction - Damages - Penalty
- Housing Discrimination Complaints
- Discriminatory Complaint Resource List