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What You Need To Know About Fair Housing Laws And Social Media

By Grace Hill / April 22, 2024 / 0 Comments

All of your questions regarding social media in the workplace are finally answered.

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The Beginner’s Guide to Successful Property Management Social Media

By Grace Hill / April 16, 2024 / 0 Comments

If you’ve been reluctant to fully embrace social media as a marketing strategy for your property, you’re not alone.

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The Bias Blind Spot: Can AI Tools Perpetuate Housing Discrimination?

By Grace Hill / March 25, 2024 / Comments Off on The Bias Blind Spot: Can AI Tools Perpetuate Housing Discrimination?

Imagine finding your dream apartment but then being rejected by an Artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm with a hidden bias. This reality is the potential downside of AI in multifamily real estate housing. Fueled by the success of ChatGPT, a wave of new AI services like Gemini and Jasper are flooding the market. With an estimated… Read More »

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Eliminating Multifamily Discrimination: Tips for Inclusive Living

By Grace Hill / September 19, 2023 / 0 Comments

Excluding children or pregnant women from a property or from any area other residents are allowed to use within the property could be discrimination.

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The Link Between Hoarding and Fair Housing

By Grace Hill / August 1, 2023 / 0 Comments

People who suffer from hoarding are protected under fair housing law and are entitled to reasonable accommodations.

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Social Media and Fair Housing: How To Get Likes Without Lawsuits

Social Media and Fair Housing: How To Get Likes Without Lawsuits

By Grace Hill / July 8, 2023 / 0 Comments

Social media posts are often subject to the same rules as advertisements

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Navigating the Confusion: Assistance Animals in Multifamily Properties

By Grace Hill / July 1, 2023 / 0 Comments

Accommodation requests related to assistance animals are prevalent and often cause much confusion.

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Intersectionality, Ableism, and Breaking the Glass Ceiling

By Alycia Anderson / May 22, 2023 / Comments Off on Intersectionality, Ableism, and Breaking the Glass Ceiling

People are complex, with multi-faceted attributes that make up who they are. Disability is included in this, but disability is also just one part of a person’s identity — a part that plays a role in shaping who they are but does not by any means define them solely. “Why do we see disability differently… Read More »

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ChatGPT in Multifamily: What Property Managers Should Know

By Amelia Woolard / May 18, 2023 / Comments Off on ChatGPT in Multifamily: What Property Managers Should Know

Everywhere you turn, people are talking about ChatGPT. The tool is the fastest-growing app in history, earning 100 million users after just two months on the market. Love it or hate it, ChatGPT is a highly disruptive technology that will forever change how we use artificial intelligence to get things done.  If you’re wondering where… Read More »

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Blog Assistance Animals: What Every Multifamily Operator Should Know Fair Housing Month

Assistance Animals: 4 Things Every Multifamily Operator Should Know

By Amelia Woolard / April 3, 2023 / Comments Off on Assistance Animals: 4 Things Every Multifamily Operator Should Know

April is Fair Housing Month, prompting reflection on reasonable accommodations for multifamily residents, such as providing a designated accessible parking space or permitting an assistance animal request.. Assistance animals are specially trained to assist people with disabilities with mobility, navigation, hearing, emotional support, and medical conditions.  Unlike pets, which are kept for companionship, assistance animals… Read More »

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Beyond Compliance: Accessibility in Multifamily

By Alycia Anderson / August 22, 2022 / Comments Off on Beyond Compliance: Accessibility in Multifamily

In the multifamily industry, we have all heard of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). We have policies in place for it. It is referenced, stated, and explained in our training courses, onboarding materials, and development plans. And we all understand we have a social and legal responsibility to uphold the ADA in our business.… Read More »

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What You Say Matters: Using Inclusive Language in Multifamily

By Stephanie Anderson / August 11, 2022 / Comments Off on What You Say Matters: Using Inclusive Language in Multifamily

Our words directly and indirectly impact the people who hear or read them. Upon a recent review of hundreds of apartment community websites across the U.S., the common choice of verbiage — used over and over again — may shock you.  While not intentional, the words used to describe an apartment community, its amenities, and… Read More »

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