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Training for Landlords, Property Managers and Realtors

This training is designed to assist landlords, property managers and realtors in understanding Fair Housing laws and obligations including who is protected, what types of housing are covered, prohibitions, and more.

HUD Fair Housing staff will also take participants through the process of how fair housing investigations are conducted. A question and answer session will follow the training. Questions regarding Fair Housing laws and requirements may be submitted in advance by emailing

Date: Thursday, May 26, 2022
Time: 11:00am

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To join the webinar, an email will be sent out prior to the event.

Additional Landlord Information

LHAND Contacts for Landlords

Rental Assistance Office:
(781) 581-8700

Housing Integrity Program / Fraud Hotline:
(781) 581-8650

LHAND Inspectional Department:
(781) 581-8722

Inspectors Contacts:
Cory Moore: (781) 581-8722

Erik Guevara (781) 581-8724

Fabio Carvajal (781) 581-8736

Housing Integrity Program (HIP)

LHAND understands the importance of providing integrity in their Federal and State housing, and as a result has instituted an aggressive program called the Housing Integrity Program (HIP), to ensure tenant and landlord compliance with program regulations as well as to offer assistance to tenants who are in need of personal or social services. The HIP was not designed to facilitate the termination of participants who engage in illegal acts or violate program requirements but as an educational and enforcement tool. The LHAND believes that an effective Housing Integrity Program must have four specific objectives which are intended to assist the LHAND in accomplishing its’ main function of providing housing or housing assistance to eligible, qualified families, and to assure that each family pays its correct share of the rent in accordance with Federal and State Law. These objectives are:

  1. To prevent unintentional program violations due to misunderstanding, misinformation or a lack of information.
  2. To prevent and detect program violations.
  3. To take effective administrative, civil or criminal action, as appropriate.
  4. To provide or act as a referral for tenant services which allows for the stability of the family unit.

The HIP Program has helped hundreds of clients successfully utilize LHAND’s housing assistance programs. The effectiveness of the program has also led to the recovery of hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Housing Integrity E-Mail:
HIP Hotline: (781) 581-8650


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