Housing discrimination harms individuals, families and communities. Weinman International Real Estate Inc. is proud of its commitment to fair housing. We follow and vigorously enforce all applicable fair housing rules and regulations, including but not limited to, the federal Fair Housing Act and New York State’s and New York City’s Human Rights Laws. It is the policy of Weinman International Real Estate Inc. to treat all clients and prospective clients consistently and equally without regard to race, color, religion or creed, sex or gender, national origin, alienage or citizenship status, familial status, marital or partnership status, disability (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, age, lawful occupation (including military status), and/or lawful source of income (including income from public assistance or housing assistance, social security, supplemental security income, pensions, annuities, or unemployment benefits) (“Protected Categories”).
Weinman International Real Estate Inc. does not tolerate discrimination based on a Protected Category or Categories under any circumstances. Weinman International Real Estate Inc. takes immediate corrective action in the event a fair housing issue arises and further understands its duty to report unlawful discrimination practices if discovered or suspected.
Weinman International Real Estate Inc. will not in any way retaliate against an individual who makes a report of discrimination or provides information concerning potential fair housing issues. Any person found to have retaliated against another individual for reporting unlawful discrimination will be subject to the same disciplinary action.
Weinman International Real Estate Inc.’s commitment to fair housing extends to its review and response to all consumer inquiries, concerns, and/or complaints. The Company responds to all such communications in a timely, fair, and consistent manner to ensure its clients have a positive experience throughout the relationship and afterwards. Clients are provided with a variety of methods for giving feedback, whether the feedback is critical or complimentary. A client may communicate concerns and/or comments in person, by mail, email, facsimile or telephone.