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Housing Opportunities Project for Excellence Inc. CEO and president Keenya Robertson, and Joe Hernandez of Weiss Serota Helfman Cole & Bierman Housing Opportunities Project for Excellence Inc. CEO and president Keenya Robertson, and Joe Hernandez of Weiss Serota Helfman Cole & Bierman. Courtesy photos

The Trump administration wants to make it harder for minorities and other protected classes to claim housing discrimination under the Fair Housing Act’s disparate impact rule, prompting mixed reactions in South Florida real estate circles.

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Lidia Dinkova

Lidia Dinkova covers South Florida real estate for the Daily Business Review. Contact her at LDinkova@alm.com or 305-347-6665. On Twitter @LidiaDinkova.

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