Individuals with Hoarding Disorder Are Now Part of Protected Class

Individuals with Hoarding Disorder Are Now Part of Protected ClassNow officially considered a mental illness, individuals who experience hoarding disorders have become a part of the protected class, which means handling them requires a relatively greater amount of delicacy and consideration.

Property management companies and owners are advised to take encounters with persons with the said disability carefully. Though they definitely won’t turn out to be the most ideal tenants, immediately rejecting them may worsen their case and could have┬áserious Fair Housing implications.
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