You are receiving this information because you are a Division of Private Occupational Schools (“DPOS”) provider for real estate practitioners.
The Colorado Division of Real Estate received a request for assistance from Pearson VUE, a leading provider in real estate licensure examinations.
On December 15, 2020, Director Marcia Waters will outline the rules and statutes that address these issues, offer some industry best practices, share real-life case studies of brokers who came before the Colorado Real Estate Commission for these types of allegations, and answer your questions. This is a great opportunity to hear directly from Director Waters on this important real estate practice matter.
Senate Bill 20-224: Concerning a Prohibition on a Landlord Engaging in Certain Activities Related to a Tenant's Citizenship Status & House Bill 20-1332: Concerning Prohibitions on Discrimination in Housing Based on Source of Income, and, in Connection Therewith, Making an Appropriation
The Division of Real Estate is receiving inquiries and complaints about the Clear Cooperation Policy and “Coming Soon” listings.
Join us for this opportunity to hear directly from Director Marcia Waters. On September 29, 2020, Director Waters will address the important topics of Transaction files and retention and Broker relationship disclosures.
HUD Guidance on Assessing a Person’s Request to Have an Animal as a Reasonable Accommodation Under the Fair Housing Act
Earlier this year, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provided new guidelines to help explain certain obligations of housing providers under the Fair Housing Act (FHA) with respect to animals that individuals with disabilities may request as reasonable accommodations. While this issue has caused much confusion for landlords and property managers, these guidelines will assist in creating a set of best practices for complying with the FHA when making these assessments and to avoid violations.