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Six Common Myths May Be to Blame
Even housing providers with the best intentions unwittingly subject themselves to a high risk of fair housing liability at their properties when they don't get fair housing training.
If you've been putting off fair housing training, you may find one or more of these six common myths familiar:
Debunking the Myths Surrounding the Importance of Fair Housing Training
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