Fair Housing

The Fair Housing Act was passed in April 1968, a national law that prohibits discrimination in the purchase, sale, rental, or financing of housing—private or public—based on race, skin color, sex, nationality, or religion.

The statute has been amended several times, including in 1988 to add disability and family status.  

  • If you feel you have been discriminated against, you can file a complaint to: FHEO at HUD 
  • Learn moreabout Fair Housing
  • Feel free to contact City of Rome Community Development for questions: (706) 236-4477 

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