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How Insurance Can Protect Against Fair Housing Cases Created By Criminal Background Checks

The criminal history policy of apartment communities can have discriminatory effects when interacting with the general public. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, one-third of the U.S. population has a criminal record of some sort. When these individuals are...

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Guidance on Key Fair Housing Issues

Several notices of importance related to the Fair Housing Act (FHA) were issued recently by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), covering new protections for victims of harassment, survivors of domestic violence and guidance for people with...

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Capitol Conference: Should I Stay or Should I Go?

A Q&A with Fogelman’s Jeremy Lawson about the value of attending the NAA Capitol Conference and Lobby Day. Jeremy Lawson, Reputation Manager for Fogelman Management Group in Memphis, Tenn., represents one of the growing number of Millennials who actively participate...

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Co-Living Appeals to London's 'Generation Rent'

Co-living has become appealing to young professionals in London who find themselves priced out of the housing market, including rentals. In May, Reza Merchant, 27, CEO of The Collective, a 546-unit building in West London, opened its doors in Old...

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Just Sayin'

“We are removing the [Trump] name on three of our NYC communities. The decision was to brand the buildings with a more neutral building identity that will appeal to all current and future residents.” — Marty McKenna, Equity Residential “Just...

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