Fair Housing Resources

REALTORS® are committed to the actualization of fairness and equity in the right to own, use, and transfer property, protecting the rights of consumers, landowners, and businesses.

Delaware Fair Housing laws provide protection without regard to marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, creed, age, and source of income. Find out more that the Delaware Division of Human Relations Fair Housing Information Center.

Local associations should be contacted with complaints alleging violations of the Code of Ethics filed by a home seeker who contends discriminatory treatment in the availability, purchase, or rental of housing. Local real estate associations have a responsibility to enforce the Code of Ethics through professional standards procedures and corrective action in cases where a violation of the Code of Ethics is proven to have occurred.

Assembled below you’ll find information, tools, and resources that support the understanding and engagement of the principles behind the Fair Housing Act and principles of diversity, equality, and inclusion.

Delaware Division of human and civil rights

Delaware’s Division of Human Relations is the state agency responsible for enforcing State Fair Housing LawFederal Fair Housing Law and Equal Accommodations Law. The Fair Housing Information Center explains your rights, what housing discrimination is, what actions may violate laws, and How to File a Complaint, and other resources

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HUD Fair Housing Resources


Fair Housing FAQs

Other Resources

national fair housing alliance

The National Fair Housing Alliance (NFHA) leads the fair housing movement. NFHA works to eliminate housing discrimination and ensure equitable housing opportunities for all people and communities through its education and outreach, member services, public policy, advocacy, housing and community development, tech equity, enforcement, and consulting and compliance programs.