Addressing Fair Housing during Black History Month
Join the Association of REALTORS® in celebrating Black History Month through a variety of educational opportunities through the month of February and related resources that address Fair Housing.
HomeSight, Homeownership, Community Development Webinar
The Washington REALTORS® DEI Committee hosted HomeSight. HomeSight believes a community only thrives when given the opportunities and resources needed to create homeowners, build strong small businesses and root community anchors. That is why HomeSight strives to provide quality, personalized homeownership opportunities for communities around the state and takes an integrated approach to providing technical assistance and resources to communities with low access to opportunity in SE Seattle. That way, communities can build shared prosperity in their unique ways and on their own terms.
National Association of Real Estate Brokers: Black Homeownership Webinar
Richard Rothstein author of The Color of Law – the history of racial segregation in housing
February 23 @ 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM, Online Webinar, No cost for Members
Realtor.com Industry Relations welcomes special guest Richard Rothstein, author of The Color of Law, as its presenter for the February Connections webinar. Rothstein will discuss his book and how residential segregation was created by racially explicit and unconstitutional government policy in the mid-twentieth century. The first 100 attendees will receive a copy of his book.
Take the DEI Pledge
Washington REALTORS® and the National Association of REALTORS® have issued a challenge to members to complete a DEI Pledge by completing the following:
- At Home with Diversity course (SKCR is offering this course Feb 17-18 more info)
- Fairhaven simulation training
- NAR Implicit Bias training
At Home With Diversity via Zoom
February 17 @ 9:00 am – February 18 @ 1:00 pm, Live Online Course
Members $100.00 & Non-Members $130.00, 7.5 Clock Hours
The At Home With Diversity® course will prepare you to work effectively with today’s increasingly diverse pool of homebuyers. Real estate professionals who adapt to increasing cultural diversity in the market and who wisely plan to meet the needs of diverse clients gain a competitive edge and are able to expand opportunities.
The At Home with Diversity® course is the core course in order to obtain the At Home with Diversity® Certification and counts for elective credit toward the ABR®, CIPS, CRS, RSPS and PMN designation.