HUD announced on August 8, 2017, that they have approved a discrimination agreement between a California Fair Housing Group and Marin County Landlords.  The complaint alleged that the landlords failed to provide reasonable accommodation for a disabled female tenant who required an assistance animal. The agreement...

The following article by Mark English appears in the July, 2017 edition of the CARH Newsletter DO YOU KNOW? By Mark English, President of E&A Team, Inc.   Do you know that a projected 325,000 new apartments are needed in the United States every year from now until 2030...

Businesses Targeted with Drive-by and Google ADA Lawsuits On Sunday, December 4, 2016, 60 Minutes (CBS-Television) did a feature on drive-by and Google ADA lawsuits. Any business that is accessible by the public can be a target of a drive-by or Google ADA lawsuit. A drive-by lawsuit is initiated...

Our Compliance Trainer, Amanda Lee Gross, presents a "Housing Minute" video on the role checking account information plays in compliance. Housing Minute:  Checking Accounts When determining annual household income for all the major affordable housing programs, we must include accessible assets held by any household member....