Re: Collaborative Marketing
From: Elizabeth Magill (
Date: Sat, 30 Jan 2010 08:46:44 -0800 (PST)
The equal housing law requires that all advertising of homes for sale or rent include the equal housing logo.

The law was written when "advertising" meant print and radio, so it isn't explicit about web pages. I suggest Bottom corner of main "for sale" page.

If you google "fair housing logo" you'll get images and pages that describe how to use it.

(The Rev.) Elizabeth M. Magill
PastorLiz [at]
Worcester Fellowship
PO Box 3510 Worcester MA 01613

On Jan 30, 2010, at 11:15 AM, Muriel Kranowski wrote:

At 10:36 AM 1/30/2010, Elizabeth M. Magill wrote: has been a steady source of interest for us, as has
We also get hits off google ads very regularly. Those link to your
website, so it helps if that is in good shape first. It should have a
link to the homes for sale on the front page and the prices and
details about the homes. Don't forget the equal housing logo.

Liz, we do publicize the occasional resale on our website, but we've never
used the equal housing logo. Can you explain why we should?  I'm not
challenging the idea but am asking out of ignorance.

Also, what's an easy way to grab that logo if we decide to add it? And
where is it best to put it - main page, or available houses page?

    Muriel Kranowski
    Shadowlake Village Cohousing
    Blacksburg, VA

where residents have made a one-shovel-wide path down the pedways through
the foot of snow we got overnight so we could all attend the Winter
Saturday Breakfast this morning (most winters we would get a maximum of 3-4
inches of snow at a time but this winter has been SPECIAL)

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