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Fair Housing Tester Training

Tuesday, August 13th, 2013 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm


Positions25 Remaining
Age Limit18 and up
The Austin Tenants’ Council needs your help in gathering information about housing practices in Austin. Volunteers are needed who can objectively gather and report information about the availability of housing while posing as a prospective renter or homebuyer. Testers receive training and a stipend for completed tests along with reimbursement for actual costs such as mileage.

Fair housing testing provides an objective means to determine whether prospective renters or buyers are treated differently in violation of the Fair Housing Act. Testers are matched based on income, credit history, and other factors relevant to the home buying or leasing process. The seven protected classes identified under the Fair Housing Act are race, color, national origin, sex (including sexual harassment), religion, disability, and familial status.
Background check required. Disqualifiers include felony convictions and any conviction related to perjury or misrepresentation.
Parking DetailsFree parking available in front of Austin Tenants' Council office building.
CausesAdvocacy & Human Rights Disabled Homeless & Housing Justice & Legal LGBT Race & Ethnicity Women
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Location: Austin Tenants' Council, 1640-B East 2nd Street, Suite 150, Austin, TX 78702, United States