Florida Fair Housing Act Revisited

As the real estate market continues to turn around in Florida we believe it’s important to review fundamental laws that were enacted to defend our civil rights. In 1983 the Florida Fair Housing Act was passed by Florida legislature and amended in 1989. It’s no surprise that this act is still upheld today as it classifies discrimination under any circumstances illegal specifically for the real estate industry.   Read the article………..


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