Job Opening: President/CEO

The Fair Housing Center (Toledo, OH) The Fair Housing Center is seeking an exceptional Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to lead a team of passionate staff and partner with the Board of Directors. This individual must have a growth mindset and be fully committed to our core values and the mission to eliminate discriminatory housing practices.…

Lawsuit Accuses Bank of America of Neglecting Foreclosed Homes in Toledo and 36 Other Cities Across the U.S.

The Fair Housing Center joined the National Fair Housing Alliance (NFHA), 18 other fair housing organizations, and two homeowners in Maryland to file a federal lawsuit against Bank of America, N.A., Bank of America Corp., and Safeguard Properties Management, LLC (“Bank of America/Safeguard”). The lawsuit alleges Defendants intentionally failed to provide routine exterior maintenance and…

Local Builder’s Negligence is Responsible for Unsafe and Inaccessible Living Conditions Affecting Seniors and Residents with Disabilities

A joint lawsuit filed by The Fair Housing Center, The Ability Center, and Brooklynn Park resident Jenny Tillman alleges that Brooklynn Park Villas, a 55+ housing community in Toledo, Ohio, was falsely marketed as accessible but exhibits glaring violations of The Fair Housing Act. The lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern…

Lawsuit Accuses Three National Companies with Neglect of Foreclosures in Toledo and 29 Other Cities Across the U.S.

Today, The Fair Housing Center joined the National Fair Housing Alliance (NFHA) and 18 other fair housing organizations to file a housing discrimination lawsuit against Deutsche Bank, Ocwen Financial, and Altisource for neglecting foreclosed homes in communities of color in 30 metropolitan areas across the United States, including Toledo. The lawsuit filed in federal district…

Rotary Debut!

The Fair Housing Center was honored to have the opportunity to share our message with the leaders of our community at the October 16 Rotary Club of Toledo meeting. The impact of Michael Marsh’s powerful presentation was evident when they recognized him with a standing ovation! Zip Code Matters The presentation explored the connection between…

Fannie Mae Accused of Racial Discrimination for Neglect of Foreclosures in Toledo and More Than 200 Other U.S. Cities

Toledo Fair Housing Center joined the National Fair Housing Alliance (NFHA) and 19 other local fair housing organizations from across the United States to file a housing discrimination lawsuit against Fannie Mae in federal district court in San Francisco, California. The lawsuit alleges that Fannie Mae fails to maintain its foreclosures (also known as real…