The differently abled niche in real estate in Sandy UT
I am in a position to offer expert advice to differently abled home buyers in the Salt Lake Valley UT. I have skin in the game.
Being a double above knee amputee, to my own home in Sandy UT I have installed a lift in the garage to get me to house height, a stair glide to get me to my basement (walkout with stairs) office and work rooms and storage, and have modified my bathroom. Outdoors I use a power chair in combination with my van or the nearby TRAX (light rail). Indoors I have standard wheel chairs, one up one down. My choice of home, its location and modifications, suits me. I choose to be very active.
I am always on the lookout for truly accessible homes.Never just accepting advertising hype.
For example a home might be described as wheelchair accesible. OK ~ a visitor in a wheelchair might be able to get in through the garage to the first floor. What of a potential owner who wants to get to the bedrooms and bathrooms on the second floor? On a regular basis? What about door widths on bedrooms? Barriers to furniture type and placement?
Approaching a search with the right mindset reduces stress.
If you are differently abled, and are searching, give me a call