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Housing Rights of People With Disabilities
A person with a disability who's seeking a rental shouldn't face questions by landlords as to whether they have a disability or illness, nor a request to see medical records.
What Kind of Housing Discrimination Is Illegal?
Federal law prohibits discrimination based on many factors, including race, religion, national origin, familial status, disability, and sex.
Tenant Rights Against Sexual Orientation or Gender Identity Discrimination
Know your rights when a landlord won't rent to you because you are gay, lesbian, or transgender.
Legal and Illegal Reasons Landlords Can Reject a Rental Application
What a landlord can and cannot ask you when you're applying for a rental.
Can I Be Refused an Apartment Because of My Criminal Record?
I recently applied for a apartment and was rejected. The reason they gave me was stated in one word: criminal. I have a felony conviction almost 10 years old. Is this a form of discrimination?
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Fighting Rental Housing Discrimination FAQ
Learn about illegal housing discrimination, including how to file a complaint.
Here's what you can do if your landlord is retaliating against you for asserting a legal right, such as complaining to the building inspector about an unsafe apartment
Can I Sue My Landlord for Housing Discrimination?
When you've experienced illegal housing discrimination, one solution is to sue your landlord. Here's what you need to know before bringing your landlord to court.
State Laws Prohibiting Landlord Retaliation
In most states, landlords cannot retaliate against a tenant for exercising a legal right. Find out what tenant rights are protected from landlord retaliation, and situations in which landlord retaliation is presumed.