How to be an Inclusive REALTOR

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This webinar will discuss appropriate ways to help clients navigate neighborhoods, schools, and crime while making sure to not fall into the traps of unintended red-lining or discrimination. The webinar will also assist in providing inclusive language and questions during the interview process. CRS Attendees will gain insight on how to further use language and appropriate questions to be more inclusive with their clients.

The Fair Housing Act provides a much-needed guidance for us as REALTORS® to not discriminate our clients. However, subtle nuances can lead to unknowing discrimination. This class was designed to provide quick tips and thought-provoking ideas to make you a more inclusive REALTOR®. The class will reflect on examples and take away ideas for you to implement into your business.

Meet Fara

Fara Captain is the Broker/Owner of Captain & Co. Real Estate LLC in a Memphis, Tennessee. She consistently ranks in the top 125 in all of the Memphis Area. She is very passionate about being an Inclusive REALTOR® and Broker. Under Mrs. Captain's leadership, she hopes to inspire the City of Memphis and fellow REALTORS to lean into Cultural Inclusivity, which she hopes will lead to true equality across the nation. Fara currently serves on the TN REALTORS® Diversity Inclusion Committee. She recently completed the certification on Unpacking Racism at the National Civil Rights Museum. This fall she will be enrolling into the eCornell University's Diversity and Inclusion Certification to continue her training in this field as an Educator.


You will gain insight on how to further use language, ask appropriate questions, and implement practices to be more inclusive with their clients.


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RRC, RRC States, and licensees reserve the right to cancel any scheduled course. If a course is cancelled, registrants will be notified via email or phone and will be given a full refund. RRC, RRC States, and licensees are not responsible for any expenses incurred by the registrant due to cancellation. Class cancellations by a participant will be accepted until one week prior to the event. Cancellations will be refunded minus a $25 administrative fee. No shows will be charged the full registration amount.