NFHA Files Second REO Administrative Complaint


On April 17, the National Fair Housing Alliance and certain of its member organizations (collectively NFHA) filed an administrative complaint with the Department of Housing and Urban Development alleging discriminatory practices with regard to real estate owned (REO) properties in violation of the Fair Housing Act. This is the second of several complaints and lawsuits the NFHA is expected to file with regard to these alleged practices.


Published In: Administrative Agency Updates, Civil Remedies Updates, Civil Rights Updates, Residential Real Estate Updates

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