DL/ Renting to Tenants with Unique Needs
Renting to tenants with unique needs can be a challenging experience for landlords and real estate licensees!
However, with the right knowledge and approach, it can also be a rewarding one.
This course is designed to provide you with comprehensive information and best practices for renting to tenants with unique needs such as disabilities, criminal records, abuse, lying on applications, misdemeanors, sex offenders, and sexual predators.
With our new audio feature, you can take the course on the go and learn at your own pace. This course is designed to help real estate licensees and landlords understand the legal guidelines and best practices to follow when renting to tenants with unique needs.
Throughout the course, you will learn about the Fair Housing Act, Protected Classes, Reasonable Accommodations, Screening Tenants, Maryland Criminal Record Screening Standards, Risk Evaluation, Creating a Safe Environment, Building Positive Relationships with Tenants, Responding to Violations and Complaints, Community Partnerships, and Resources Available for Tenants with Unique Needs.
This course includes case studies that will provide practical knowledge and help you understand the nuances of renting to tenants with unique needs.
By the end of this course, you will have a clear understanding of the legal guidelines and best practices to follow when renting to tenants with unique needs. This course will empower you to provide safe and comfortable housing to tenants with unique needs while protecting your business interests.
Enroll today in our Renting to Tenants with Unique Needs course and learn from the comfort of your home.
This course is a 3-hour Maryland Continuing Education Elective
Category: F – Professional enhancements for practicing licensees