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NFHTA Fair Housing Forums: Conversations on Emerging Issues

Last Chance to Register | Post-COVID Mortgage Forbearance Options and Preventing Discriminatory Foreclosures

July 21, 2021 | 2:00-4:00 PM ET

Register for today's conversation with the  National Fair Housing Training Academy (NFHTA) and the National Fair Housing Alliance (NFHA) focusing on post-COVID mortgage forbearance options and ways to prevent discriminatory foreclosures.

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We recommend joining the forum 15 minutes prior to the start time.

If you experience any technical difficulties, please reference these troubleshooting tips or email NFHTA@cloudburstgroup.com.

This NFHTA event complies with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act and includes a dedicated team of American Sign Language interpreters and live closed captioning.

Following the forum, the recorded event and any related materials will be available on the National Fair Housing Forums web page.

Moderator and Panelists

NFHTA July 2021 Fair Housing Forum Speakers

Learn more about this forum's panel of fair housing professionals.

About the Forums

Forums are online conversations designed to allow multi-directional interactions between HUD and its FHIP and FHAP partners around emerging fair housing issues regarding processing complaints, conducting investigations, and managing agencies. Topics will evolve based on partner needs and interests.

Learn more about National Fair Housing Forums.
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