The Fair Housing Act of 1968, which was officially signed into law by President Lyndon B. Johnson, extended the basic discrimination protections within the 1964 Civil Rights Act into the housing market. It explicitly prohibits discrimination in the purchase, sale, rental, or financing of housing — private or public — based on race, color, national origin, religion, or sex. The act was amended in 1988 to also include familial status and disability.
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Please see below for Fair Housing Resources
Filing a Fair Housing Complaint
LGBTQ Individuals Now Protected Under Fair Housing Act
Can Home Buyers "Love Letters" Actually be Liability Letters?
The Fair Housing Act and Landlords: Some Important Things to Know
Redlining and Its Impact on Lansing Neighborhoods
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