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Pot, Pit Bulls, Parking and Other Fair Housing Pitfalls!

By - Anne Sadovsky

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Are you frustrated by trying to keep up with what is happening with Fair Housing?
Can your residents smoke pot on your property?
Does pot have the same rules as cigarettes? Can you make your residents not smoke anything?
Aren’t pit bulls dangerous? Can they be assist animals?
You are out of parking spaces? Do you have to let every disabled person have a reserved spot?
What if other handicapped people park in a reserved spot?
Your boss is concerned about using social media. Can you get sued if you say the wrong things?


  • Marijuana and tobacco use laws vary by state
  • Non-smoking residents are complaining about smell, allergies and other concerns
  • Residents are growing marijuana in their apartments. What can management do?
  • Service dogs can be any breed as long as they are professional trained. What can you ask and what you should not ask?
  • High occupancy is great until you have not enough parking…what does a resident need to get a reserved spot? Learn the correct way to reserve and avoid the wrong way.
  • What to do when residents post complaints on Social Media.

Who Should Attend:

Owners, Regional Managers, Onsite Managers, Assistant Managers, Leasing Consultants, Temp Agencies, Service Techs.
Imagine that you are speaking directly to your potential attendees:


  • Learn to avoid fair housing complaints. Know what you can and cannot do regarding ESAs and Service Dogs.
  • Your words and policies must be polite and clear. Towing cars is a major complaint from Residents; how to do it the right way when it becomes necessary.
  • Learn to appropriately handle prospective residents who have criminal backgrounds.
  • Prevent complaints, sooth angry residents, prevent towing when possible

HUD Testers are ‘shopping’ properties to be sure that laws are being followed. Education is critical to prevent filed complaints

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Anne Sadovsky

Anne Sadovsky is a Dallas based professional speaker and consultant, and provides training, keynotes and counsel to a variety of industries, businesses and associations. She is a former Vice President of Marketing and Education of Lincoln Property Company and was the first female vice president in the company. Her expertise makes her a sought after speaker, consultant and trainer. She has officially flown over 4 million miles to share her experience, expertise, wisdom and wit. Anne is a widely published writer and a popular guest on radio and television talk shows nationally. In the 90s she appeared on Hour Magazine with Gary Collins. Her success story has been featured in many newspapers and magazines including MONEY MAGAZINE, TEXAS BUSINESS and LADIES HOME JOURNAL. MIRABELLA Magazine listed her as one of the One Thousand Women of the 90’s, along with Mother Teresa and Oprah Winfrey. Anne’s book “Mission Possible” with Stephen Covey and Brian Tracy is no longer available. She is affiliated with numerous business and professional organizations, several have honored her with Legends Awards. Thousands of people have been inspired and challenged by Anne’s story. Her message is common sense, entertaining, and enlightening. She specializes in teaching people skills and helps create success in business and personal lives. She has taught adult education classes at SMU in Dallas Texas Anne is one of the most astute trainers of stress management, people skills, and conflict resolution. She has made and saved her consulting clients millions of dollars. She has volunteered 35 years and served on the board at Nexus, a substance abuse treatment center for women and their children and is the volunteer coordinator at her church

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