What can you do about housing discrimination?

The first thing you do is do something about it. By remaining silent, you lose and the lawbreakers win. By accepting their discrimination, they continue to discriminate against others. The City of Garland has trained staff to help you when you have experienced unfair treatment while trying to rent or buy housing.

If you or those you care about have been discriminated against by unfair housing practices, the law-breakers can be stopped. Bilingual services are available in Spanish and English. Vietnamese and Korean bilingual services are by appointment only. For more information, please call us at 972-205-3300 or visit our office at:
Fair Housing Services
210 Carver Drive
Suite 102A
Garland, TX 75040

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1. What is fair housing?
2. What practices are protected under the law?
3. What if I've been discriminated against?
4. What does housing discrimination look like?
5. What can housing discrimination feel like?
6. What can you do about housing discrimination?
7. What are my fair housing rights?
8. What should I know about predatory lending?
9. Where can I find more basic facts about the Fair Housing Act?