Fair Housing & Diversity

Educate yourself with classes and trainings.

Implicit Bias

Take the class "Bias Override: Overcoming Barriers to Fair Housing" to help yourself identify (and avoid) implicit bias in your everyday business activities. Want more? Take an Implicit Bias test here.

Click here for the video.


Take an At Home With Diversity® (AHWD) certification course that covers how to work effectively with diverse populations so you can build business success in today’s multicultural real estate market.

Register here.


Join the Fairhaven community and take a trip through the neighborhood simulation where you'll be presented with common scenarios and you have to choose the better path.

Join Fairhaven here.

Take Online Classes

NJ Realtors® Academy of Continuing Education offers free and low-cost courses for members to fulfill their fair housing and Code of Ethics requirements.

Register here.

Share and spread the message.

Marketing Assets

Keep Fair Housing messaging constant and consistent in your business. 


NAR and New Jersey Realtors®-created graphics for you to customize, for free.

NAR Equal Housing Opportunity Logo

Download the NAR® Equal Housing Opportunity Logo for your business use.

New Jersey Division on Civil Rights–Required Posters

The New Jersey Division on Civil Rights' new regulations require employers, housing providers, and places of public accommodation to prominently display official posters. Download the posters here.

2023 Fair Housing, Diversity, and Inclusion Art Contest

New Jersey Realtors® is proudly sponsoring this art contest to create awareness and celebrate the importance of the Fair Housing Act and the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination.

Support your colleagues.


Asian Real Estate Association of America.


National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals.


National Association of Real Estate Brokers.

Brush up on the Code of Ethics & Fair Housing Act.

As a REALTOR®, you subscribe to a Code of Ethics and a set of laws you should know well. Refresh your memory and the documents you're bound to uphold.

Fair Chance in Housing Act

On Juneteenth 2021, Governor Murphy signed the Fair Chance in Housing Act (FCHA), which bars housing providers from asking about criminal history on housing applications in most instances. The FCHA is the first state law of its kind in the country and is intended to ensure people with past criminal histories have a fair shot at accessing safe and affordable housing.
For morning information, please read the Attorney General Fair Chance in Housing Act.

New Jersey Division on Civil Rights–Required Posters

Effective August 1, 2022, the New Jersey Division on Civil Rights (DCR) has implemented new regulations requiring employers, housing providers, and places of public accommodation to prominently display official posters. These posters inform individuals and organizations about their rights and obligations under the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (NJLAD) and Family Leave Act (NJFLA).

To comply, display the DCR posters in easily visible locations. You can download and print the posters from the Division’s website or obtain them at any Division office. When printing from the website, ensure the posters are on letter-size paper (8½ by 11 inches) with legible and easily readable text.

View and download the posters here.