NFHA

AcronymDefinition
NFHANational Fair Housing Alliance (est. 1988; Washington, DC)
NFHANiagara Falls Housing Authority (Niagra Falls, NY)
NFHANorth Florida Hockey Association (Jacksonville, FL)
NFHANew Forest Heritage Area (UK)
NFHANational Federation of Hungarian Americans (est. 1984)
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* Work with NFHA to develop a training program for Facebook's employees on fair housing and fair lending laws.
In 2010, PVA joined with the NFHA in a lawsuit against a developer that had built several multifamily complexes in four states with numerous violations of FHAA accessibility guidelines.
The difference is not great, but the NFHA researchers said the sharply better credit profiles of the non-white shoppers should have resulted in significantly lower borrowing costs for them.
organizations, including NFHA, the National Association of Realtors[R]
In its news release announcing the findings, the NFHA said the evaluations took into account 39 different aspects of maintenance and marketing of each property.
Last December, the National Fair Housing Alliance (NFHA) found higher rates of discrimination against blacks than whites.
At the same time, the National Fair Housing Alliance (NFHA), a consortium of private, nonprofit fair housing organizations and civil rights groups, reported an additional 18,094 complaints to 80 member agencies nationwide, up 6.3 percent from the year before.
(1995) The Price of Social Exclusion, London, NFHA.
More information on these exciting opportunities can also be obtained from the NFHA Web site (http://www.neha.org).
Smith, president and CEO of the National Fair Housing Alliance (NFHA), a nonprofit housing organization in Washington, D.C., gentrification is almost always assisted by racial steering a form of discrimination practiced by real estate agents.
And the housing association federation NFHA joined in the outcry.