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Protecting Homeowners from Harassment

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With April Recognizing Fair Housing Month, the Department of Housing and Urban Development has announced a new campaign and training initiative aimed at preventing sexual harassment or unwanted sexual advances. Learn more here.

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Improving Homeownership

Ray Barbone, EVP, BankUnited speaks with DS News Reporter Radhika Ojha on homeownership trends and the importance of diversity and inclusion in the housing industry.

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Much Left to Do for Homeownership

Five decades after the Fair Housing Act of 1968 became law, some say the playing field remains uneven when it comes to achieving the American dream of homeownership. What can be done to promote a more equitable housing industry? Editor's Note: This feature originally appeared in the September issue of DS News.

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Diversity and Inclusion: Same Road, Different Destinations

How can the industry master what Malcolm Forbes called “the art of thinking independently together?” DS News looks at how servicers and government entities are evolving processes by tapping the benefits of diversity and inclusion. Editor's Note: This feature originally appeared in the September issue of DS News, out now.

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DS News September: Making a Case for D&I

The September print edition of DS News makes a business case for Diversity and Inclusion and perspectives on the state of D&I in the U.S. housing industry. Click through for an exclusive peek at what’s inside our latest edition.

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How a Fair Housing Amendment Moved Ahead

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has progressed on amending the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing regulations, after calling for public comments on it last week. Here are the details.

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