Modifications for Residents with Disabilities

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Modifications for Residents with Disabilities

This week, I’ll be teaching a class in Reno on the subject of accommodating residents’ needs when a disability requires either physical changes to a dwelling unit, or exceptions to the housing provider’s rules and policies. In preparing for the course, I ran across an exchange I had with a property manager a few years back:

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“I manage a 5-unit building, all one level, that is about 9 years old. A prospective renter who is in a wheelchair told me that I need to widen the entry door, and install a ramp going in the front door. He also asked for grab bars to be installed in the bathroom. He said I have to do these things at my own expense. I thought modifications were supposed to be paid for by the person with the disability. What should I do?” Continue reading “Modifications for Residents with Disabilities”

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Manager’s Resources

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Below are links to a few forms and resources you may find useful.  Please be sure to check with your Broker and/or attorney before utilizing any new forms, contracts, or procedures.

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