Continuing Education Webinar on Fair Housing Myths April 20th

anne_sadovsky_160x160Anne Sadovsky, a member of the National Speakers Association who’s been active in many apartment associations since 1968, is holding a webinar April 20th for on-site team members, regional managers, small owners, management company executives and training directors regarding fair housing myths and truths. Some of the issues to be explained include:

  • Recently a class attendee told me that if an assist animal is an “extension of the person with a disability” that she was putting the animal on the lease as an occupant. Myth or truth?
  • Having a sign that states “Refreshments are for our guests; feel free to help yourself” means that we should never ‘serve’ a refreshment to anyone. Myth or truth?
  • We must not say “master bedroom” as it sounds like slavery. Myth or Truth?
  • If our pet restricted breed list includes Pit Bulls and Rottweilers, we can restrict them as assist animals as well. Myth or Truth?
  • A property in a university town can have this advertised occupancy policy “21 and over community geared toward young professionals and graduate students” Myth or Truth?

You can register for this webinar on the 20th at 11am – 12pm (2pm – 3pm ET) for $29.99 on the and also learn more on it’s eligibility for Continuing Education Credit.



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