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Fair Housing Educational Opportunities Available from KCRAR

April 4, 2024 in Education

April is Fair Housing Month, which serves as a reminder to real estate professionals to continue their education and dedication to upholding fair housing law. KCRAR provides fair housing educational opportunities in April and throughout the year for agents to grow in their knowledge.

KCRAR Latte & Learn — Redlined: Cities, Suburbs and Segregation
April 12, 2024 at 9 a.m. | KCRAR Leawood Classroom and on Zoom

In this non-CE session, historian Andrew R. Gustafson presents a deep dive into the history of redlining in Kansas City and across the United States, from its roots in the Civil War era to its lasting legacies that impact communities today.

Special Screening: Long Island Divided Documentary
April 29, 2024 at 2 p.m. | KCRAR Leawood Classroom

In an investigation by Newsday, “Long Island Divided” reveals evidence of widespread separate and unequal treatment of minority potential homebuyers and minority communities on Long Island. The KCRAR DEI Committee invites all KCRAR members to join them for a screening of the documentary, followed by a group discussion.

Fair Housing: An Agent’s Guide to Keeping It Real
Dates available throughout the year | Find a live session | Also available on-demand

In this CE class, instructor Patrick McDowell shares the “Who, What, When, Where and Why” of the Fair Housing Act, and students can gain a better understanding of how they can provide more equitable services to clients and customers alike. This course also satisfies the 2024 MREC Core topic.

Fair Housing
Dates available throughout the year | Find a session

In this CE class, instructor Thomas Randolph provides an in-depth curriculum that goes beyond just “treat everyone equally,” showing students how to keep themselves out of trouble in sales and leasing and how to provide the best service possible.

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