• Jesse Ledbetter

Breaking Local News

As first reported by WRIC, Teresa Vetter, has settled with House Opportunities Made Equal of VA, to end a complaint of discrimination. In the settlement, Teresa Vetter must:

  1. Pay for the cost of the investigation, to the tune of $25,000/

  2. Take fair housing training with the Virginia Fair Housing Office of DPOR

  3. Liquidate her rentals

According to a tax record search, this includes two properties on Chamberlayne Ave. An independent investigation of corporate/shell companies did not reveal any with her as the primary.


This is an ongoing story.


https://www.wric.com/news/local-news/richmond/richmond-landlord-loses-federal-discrimination-lawsuit/amp/



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