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Legal FAQ's
Fair Housing

Q: Is it necessary to use the Equal Housing Opportunity slogan and logo in advertisements? 

A: The Fair Housing Act does not require the use of the Equal Opportunity slogan or logo. Use of the slogan and logo expresses your commitment to fair housing. Use of the slogan and logo can serve to temper a perception that discrimination is indicated in an advertisement. 

Q: I represent an out-of-state buyer who is looking for property in a 55-and-older community. She is here on vacation and has a limited amount of time to look for property. How can I find out where all the 55-and-older communities are in my area? 

A: The Florida Commission on Human Relations has a registry of “55 and older” communities available on its Web site. Go to http://fchr.state.fl.us, select the “Directory of 55+ Housing Communities" link, then select "55+ Directory." You can then search the directory by county, unit, name address, city.