Virginia Fair Housing Certification

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Thursday, August 20, 2020
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EDT)
Virtual. Individualized link sent two days prior to course

Event Details

This course focuses on the current critical issues at the forefront of Fair Housing today. Students will be challenged to look past what they “know” and think about each fair housing topic anew. Join us for this 3-hour webinar to renew not only your Fair Housing Certification but your understanding of the law.

Who should take the class? Landlords, property managers, leasing consultants, owners of manufactured housing, the general public . . . anyone who sells, leases, owns, or manages residential property.

CEC’s Available: You will receive 3 continuing education credits for attending this event that you may apply to your NALP, CAM, CAPS, CAMT or CAS designation. This course can be submitted to the Virginia Fair Housing Board and Virginia Real Estate Board for fair housing requirements.

PLEASE NOTE: Each attendee must be registered individually with an individual email address in order to receive access to the Zoom Webinar and receive credit for attendance. Multiple attendees may not be registered under the same email address. Each registered attendee will receive their unique webinar registration link, via email, 2 days prior to the class.

For More Information:

Brandy Peak
Brandy Peak
Director- Education, Programs, Meetings and Events AOBA (202)296-3390x763


Patrick McCloud

CEO
VAMA


Patrick graduated from Bridgewater College with a Bachelor of Science and a major in Political Science and has been VAMA's CEO since May of 2000. He is an NAAEI Advanced Instructor and has 15 years of training experience specializing in operational management and legal/risk management concentrating on Fair Housing and Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act compliance. Patrick has a detailed knowledge of Fair Housing laws, both Federal and State, and even assisted in drafting code changes to the Virginia Housing Act designed to protect the integrity and availability of Fair Housing Reasonable Accommodation and Modification requests.