This Fair Housing Act for Banks online training course explores the prohibitions under the Fair Housing Act as it relates to credit applications, disclosure and information collection requirements that banks must follow, and enforcement of the laws.
The Act was originally adopted as part of the Civil Rights Act of 1968, and it was subsequently broadened in 1988 to prohibit discrimination when renting or buying a home, acquiring a mortgage, seeking housing assistance, or engaging in other housing-related activities, regardless of a person’s protected class.
Course Learning Objectives
On completion of this Fair Housing Act for Banks course, the user will learn:
- Understand the purpose of the Fair Housing Act
- List what the prohibited bases are
- Ensure your advertisements contain the appropriate disclosures
- Collect the required monitoring information
- Compare how the Fair Housing Act relates to Fair Lending
This online Fair Housing Act for Banks course is made up of the following sections:
- Fair Housing Act Prohibitions
- Disclosure and Monitoring Information
- Relationship to Fair Lending
This Fair Housing Act for Banks online training course was designed for lending, compliance, and marketing employees.
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