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There are many legitimate reasons- such as a bad credit report, unstable employment history or bad prior landlord references- for a landlord to reject you as a tenant.
But it’s Illegal for a Landlord to treat a Tenant differently because of:
- National origin
- Marital status
- Sexual orientation
- Family status (such as whether you have children)
The Federal Fair Housing Act prohibits landlords from discriminating by:
- Advertising for a preference for a particular skin type, religion and so forth
- Having different standards (on credit checks, financially or otherwise) for different groups of prospective tenants
- Refusing to rent to certain types of people
- Ending a tenancy for discriminatory reasons
- State laws differ, so it’s important to check your Local Fair Housing Laws.
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Federal Laws prevent a landlord from discriminating against a disabled person, whether their disability is physical or mental. A potential landlord isn’t allowed to ask questions about your disability or ask for proof of your disability.
- A potential landlord may, however, screen disabled applicants according to the same financial standards and other criteria as anyone else.
- A landlord must accommodate a disabled person’s needs, at the landlord’s expense. This may include:
- Installing a ramp for wheelchair access
- Providing close parking if parking is provided to other tenants
- Modifying kitchens by lowering countertops and installing more accessible and safer appliances and plumbing.
A landlord doesn’t have to make modifications that would make the space unusable by a future tenant. One compromise is to make accommodations temporary, so that they can be removed at the end of your lease. The landlord must approve any tenant improvements ahead of time.
The landlord is entitled to ask for medical proof that the modification is necessary, such as a note from your doctor. The doctor doesn’t have to explain why you need the accommodation, only that the modification is necessary.
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