Latinos Discriminated Against 91% Of The Time When Renting In Denver, Report Says

02/06/2014 06:41 pm ET | Updated Feb 06, 2014
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Denver Metro Fair Housing Center (DMFHC) announced the findings of DMFHC’s rental housing investigation in a report entitled “Access Denied: A Report on Rental Housing Discrimination in the Denver Metro Area.”

Evidence shows that in the Denver Metro Area, African Americans can expect to encounter discrimination 67 percent of the time in their search for rental housing, and Latinos can expect to encounter discrimination 91 percent of the time. When testing for familial status, testers without children in the home were treated more favorably than those with children 73 percent of the time.

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