Disabled are priced out of accessibility features at home

Homes that have features designed to boost the quality of life of disabled people, often known as “accessible homes”, can cost up to 10% more than their non-accessible counterparts, according to a new study by Apartment List. The rentals website said the study even controlled for size and location, and concluded that it means those

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New tool highlights public transport accessibility for specific properties

A new generation of technology tools are helping real estate agents to highlight one of the main selling points for urban home buyers – a property’s proximity to transportation.

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