Home Ownership for People With Disabilities
from The Simple Dollar, 4.14.16
We just received a blog post from The Simple Dollar with information about making home ownership more accessible for people with disabilities, including veterans. While we’re not affiliated with The Simple Dollar and have not vetted their services, it looks to be a solid resource for those with disabilities and their families:
“Owning a home is the cornerstone of the American dream, yet far too few families get to enjoy this privilege. This is especially true of individuals with physical and emotional disabilities who may lack the resources needed to purchase or finance a home on their own.
The federal government offers additional help and assistance for people with disabilities who wish to achieve home ownership. This assistance includes a list of rights you deserve as a new home buyer. These rights will help you achieve equal protection under the law, and ensure you are getting the best counsel and loan terms possible.
This article aims to help you understand your rights and guide you toward additional resources that can make homeownership more attainable and the process easier to understand. With the right tools and knowledge, anyone can transition into their ideal housing situation.”
Check out the full article here….