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Fair Housing / Equal Housing Opportunity Disclosure
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We are committed to promoting and upholding fair housing practices. We adhere to federal and state laws that prohibit discrimination in housing based on race, color, religion, sex (including gender and orientation), disability, familial status, or national origin.

To ensure compliance with fair housing laws, we have compiled a list of phrases and keywords that should be avoided in property advertisements. You can find this list here.

Examples of phrases to avoid include:

  • "no children"

  • "child-friendly neighborhood"

  • "no wheelchairs"

  • "Catholic church nearby"

For a comprehensive overview of the Federal Fair Housing Act, you can visit the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's website.

To understand the specific fair housing laws applicable in your state, please refer to this resource.

Additional resources and guidelines on responsible advertising and fair housing posters can be found here and here respectively.

If you suspect that any Listed Simply advertisement or property listed on Listed Simply is in violation of Federal Fair Housing law or relevant state fair housing regulations, kindly reach out to us at

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