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How to Recognize & Report Appraisal Bias
Join South Suburban Housing Center and Neighborhood Housing Services of Chicago on December 8 to learn how to prepare for the appraisal process, recognize appraisal discrimination, and report it if it happens to you or your client.

South Suburban Housing Center (SSHC) is a nonprofit, private regional fair housing enforcement agency and HUD-approved, comprehensive housing counseling agency. We serve all clients regardless of income, race, color, religion/creed, sex, national origin, age, family status, disability, or sexual orientation/gender identity. We administer our programs in conformity with local, state, and federal anti-discrimination laws. This event was made possible through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Fair Housing Initiative Program – Education and Outreach Grant.

Dec 8, 2022 02:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Falon Young
Housing Policy Advocate @NHS Chicago
Falon Young is the Housing Policy Associate at Neighborhood Housing Services of Chicago. Falon leads the Appraisal Equity Campaign, which ensures consumers know their rights and what to expect during the appraisal process to ensure a fair and just appraisal. Coupled with that is her work on Chicago’s recently passed Lending Equity Ordinance which promotes transparency in mortgage lending and access. Prior to her work at NHS, she was heavily involved in housing policy development and advocacy with the Safer Foundation, one of the leading organizations working on behalf of returning citizens. Falon has always been drawn to projects to assist those in need and works to identify resources and solutions for those seeking self-determination and an improved quality of life. Falon is also a recent graduate of DePaul University majoring in Political Science and Public Policy.
Nicole Wheatly
Community Development Consultant
When communities are left in great disparity, seemingly without any hopes of being revitalized, it is common for residents, businesses and others to flee. Nicole’s great passion is bringing communities back to life again by empowering people to build strategies and learn to work with one another to make progressive change. Nicole J-Wheatly is a Community Development Consultant that specializes in revitalizing neighborhoods. Highly inspired Nicole J-Wheatly has worked over the past 20 years as a Community Development Planner with a strong emphasis in Business and Housing Development. She was the Founder of Sensual Steps Shoe Salon a premiere high fashion shoe boutique in the heart of the Bronzeville community. She also owns, Steps Inc. Consulting, a community development organization that provides comprehensive community plans to improve the quality of businesses, housing, education, social services and health/security. Nicole is the Founder of Providing U Motivation to Pursue Success