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Articles relating to "Fair housing":

HUD: $2.7M to fight Fla. housing discrimination (10/16/2014)
Eight local Fla. organizations and non-profit agencies will split federal money that will be used to enforce the Fair Housing Act.

Wells Fargo paying $5M for discrimination allegation (10/10/2014)
HUD reached the settlement with Wells Fargo after alleging that the bank discriminated against women who were pregnant or on maternity leave.

Allegation: Foreclosures neglected in minority areas (10/9/2014)
A HUD discrimination complaint against U.S. Bank claims the lender doesn’t maintain its minority area foreclosures as well as ones in white neighborhoods.

‘Disorderly behavior’ eviction could cause problems (10/3/2014)
HUD cited a Pa. city that pushed “disorderly behavior” convictions, saying a Fair Housing exception must be made for victims of domestic violence.

U.S. Supreme Court takes up housing bias case (10/2/2014)
Justices agreed to take up a case that challenges “disparate impact” – the theory that certain practices illegally harm minorities without an intent to discriminate.

Court favors U.S. vet in dispute over support animal (8/28/2014)
A Central Fla. condo association tried to ban a support animal that helped a U.S. vet deal with post-traumatic stress disorder; ruling will cost HOA over $125K.

African-American homeownership increasingly unstable (7/23/2014)
Cornell, Rice University study: Since the 1990s, African-American owners have been 45% more likely than whites to go from owning to renting.

HUD settlement costs real estate agency $24K (6/27/2014)
A fair housing investigation in Connecticut focused on ads that banned children in a complex that wasn’t accredited to operate as a 55-plus community.

Should buyers see racial percentages when shopping? (6/23/2014)
Some listing websites allow buyers to consider the race of neighborhoods by pulling it from publicly available Census data; civil rights groups say that’s wrong.

Apartment owner cited for avoiding deaf tenants (5/21/2014)
HUD: A N.C.-based owner of 64K homes in 15 states agreed to settle over an alleged failure to serve callers using IP phone systems equally to non-deaf callers.

Restrictive child rules may violate Fair Housing Act (5/9/2014)
A Denver apartment complex agreed to build a $10,000 playground after HUD alleged that rules restricting kids’ outdoor activities violated the Fair Housing Act.