Landlord and Tenant Services
Do you feel that you have been a victim of Fair Housing Discrimination? Federal law prohibits landlords, realtors, and lending institutions from discrimination based on race, religion, familial status, or disabilities. To learn more about your Fair Housing rights, visit HUD's website.
Since 1979, the Metropolitan Fair Housing Council has served as the only full-service, 501(c) (3) private nonprofit, qualified fair housing enforcement and advocacy organization in Oklahoma. They provide fair housing enforcement resources to alleged victims of housing discrimination; respond to consumer complaints of unfair treatment from the housing industry, conduct fair housing/fair lending education and outreach training for consumers, housing providers, public and private organizations and conduct counseling and mediation services to promote equal housing opportunity.
Metropolitan Fair Housing Council can assist with the following:
- Counsel tenants from Moore of their rights and remedies under the Oklahoma Residential/Non Residential Landlord and Tenant Act.
- Counsel landlords from Moore who voluntarily agree to mediation services, on information of their rights and remedies under the Oklahoma Non Residential Landlord and Tenant Act.
- If mediation fails, provide legal resources via Metro Fair Housing Counsel's Legal Assistance Program to include emergency eviction intervention court.
If you feel that your rights have been violated in a housing-related transaction, please email or call 405-232-3247, leave a detailed message about your housing complaint and allow Metropolitan Fair Housing Council to return your call as soon as possible. You can visit their website to find out more about the programs and services available here or visit their location at 312 NE 28th St, Oklahoma City, OK 73105 (Suite #112) *By Appointment Only*