Study sets, textbooks, questions
Upgrade to remove ads
Azure Tide section 7
Terms in this set (25)
Blockbusting is the practice of persuading owners to sell property cheaply because of the fear of people of another race or protected group moving into the neighborhood, and thus profiting by reselling at a higher price.
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 ended racial segregation in schools, workplaces and public accommodations. Furthermore, it prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, or national origin.
Under the Florida Residential Landlord and Tenant Act, a tenant must allow a landlord to enter a property to make inspections, provide services, make repairs, and to show property if given at least a 12 hour notice or immediately if an emergency.
Any person who claims to have been injured by a discriminatory housing practice may file a complaint with the HUD.
A catholic church offering housing to only their parish members would be a form of discrimination.
Redlining is the process whereby builders, brokers, and rental property managers induce purchasers or lessees of real property to buy land or rent premises in neighborhoods composed of persons of the same race.
The Housing for Older Persons Act of 1995 (an amendment to the Fair Housing Act) makes it legal for communities to market themselves as a 55+ or an age-restricted community provided they maintain that 80 percent of the occupied units are occupied by at least one person who is 55 years of age or older.
It is optional for real estate brokers and agents to post and maintain a Fair Housing poster at all of their places of business.
Exemptions to the Fair Housing Act are not allowed if a real estate agent is used to sell the property or discriminatory language is used to advertise the property.
Failure to display the fair housing poster shall be considered proof that a brokerage is engaged in discriminatory housing practice.
If religion is a protected class under the Fair Housing Act, how can a church restrict the renting of homes to only members of their church?
Churches and private clubs are exempt as long as they do not discriminate in accepting membership.
Mary wanted to rent a home but needed to make changes to accommodate her disability. Which one of the following changes would be considered unreasonable under ADA?
Widen all the doorways in the home at the owner's expense.
A landlord who is making a claim on a deposit must send written notice by certified mail within how many days?
Per the Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act (ILSA), which of the following is FALSE?
Doesn't apply when sold to a Florida Resident even though the property isn't exempt from requirements
The Fair Housing Act applies in all of the following situations EXCEPT which that is exempt?
The owner who lives in a duplex and wants only someone without kids to apply but does not include this information in her advertising and does not use the assistance of a real estate licensee
Which Supreme Court decision set the standard and held that the Civil Rights act of 1866 applies to private home sales?
Jones vs. Mayer
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) specifically adds protection for individuals with the following conditions, EXCEPT what?
Denying loans, insurance coverage, or to refuse to rent or sell in an area based on the racial and ethnic makeup is illegal under the Fair Housing Act and is called what?
Miranda has been a tenant at her apartment complex for two years but plans to move out soon. Under the Florida Residential Landlord and Tenant Act, she is required to allow the landlord to enter the property to make inspections, provide services, make repairs, and to show property. How much notice is required for the landlord to enter the premises?
The landlord must be allowed in at any time in case of emergency or with at least 12 hours' notice.
A tenant vacates rented premises owned by landlord, Roger. By law, how many days does Roger have to return the security deposit if a claim is not being made against it?
When Bill rented his property, he collected a deposit of $2,000 and an advanced rent payment of $1,000. Which of the following options is Bill not allowed to do with the money?
Place the money in an interest bearing account and keep the interest for himself
Broker Rafael received a formal and signed complaint from HUD's investigator by mail. What should Rafael do next?
Within 10 days of receiving the notice, the Respondent must submit to HUD an answer to the complaint.
Jorge runs a community that markets themselves as a 55+ or age-restricted community. Tim, a new real estate agent, is unfamiliar with this concept and doesn't understand how this is legal. How would you explain this to him? Choose the best answer.
"They are able to do so because the Housing for Older Persons Act of 1995 enables them to be an age-restricted community provided that they maintain 80 percent of the occupied units with at least one person who is 55 years of age or older."
When is a property report required?
Prior to a buyer signing a sales contract with a developer of 25 or more lots.
Under Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968, discrimination is illegal in sales, leasing, advertising sales or rentals, financing, or brokerage services if based on all of the following except what?
Sets found in the same folder
Azure Section 4
Azure Tide section 6
Azure Exam Prep Questions
Section 8 Multiple Choice Test
Other sets by this creator
Azure Tide section 19
Azure Tide Section 18
Azure Tide Section 17 2021
Azure tide section 16
Other Quizlet sets
MICR 271 Module 5