Introduction: The Antidiscrimination & Labor Division (UALD) Fair Housing unit administers and enforces the Utah Fair Housing Act, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, national origin, familial status, disability or source of income. The Act specifically prohibits discrimination against anyone who wants to rent or purchase real property (houses, condos apartments, etc.) based on the listed categories. Additionally, based on a cooperative agreement with the US Department of Housing and Urban Development, anyone who files a housing discrimination complaint with our office is automatically filing with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). This means we are a dual-filing office.
Mediation: Our Fair Housing unit mediates fair housing cases. Through our mediation process we can often reach an agreement between a renter/purchaser and the landlord/owner saving everyone involved a lot of time and unnecessary costs. We understand that a speedy resolution of a case is in everyone’s best interest. However, if the resolution conference is unsuccessful, we will promptly investigate the claim in order to resolve all allegations of housing discrimination.
Education & Outreach: Our housing unit also acts as a resource to renters, purchasers, property managers and owners by providing workshops and offering advice concerning laws which prohibit housing discrimination. Compliance through educational presentations has effectively been utilized by our Fair Housing Unit as a means to encourage voluntary compliance.
Items of Interest
- Fair Housing Is Your Right! | Equidad en la Vivienda es su Derecho!
- What can I expect when I file a housing complaint with the UALD?
- What is Housing Discrimination?
- Your Rights and Responsibilities
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