FIND DISABLED PROPERTY

We take the time to understand a client’s clinical needs and lifestyle choices, using our experience of the property market to find somewhere to call home.

Our work doesn’t stop when we find a suitable disabled property, though – we continue to work with stakeholders on both sides of the purchase or rental agreement.

As experienced property specialists, we ensure that all negotiations are handled professionally, with all parties kept up-to-date as we secure deals in the client’s best interest.

DISABILITY PROPERTY RESEARCH

We take the time to understand a client’s clinical needs and lifestyle choices, using our experience of the property market to find somewhere to call home.

Our work doesn’t stop when we find a suitable property, though – we continue to work with stakeholders on both sides of the purchase or rental agreement.

As experienced property specialists, we ensure that all negotiations are handled professionally, with all parties kept up-to-date as we secure deals in the client’s best interest.

Disability Homes for Purchase

Most vendors and estate agents fail to recognise the specific needs of people with disabilities – search options are more likely to focus on the number of bedrooms than wheelchair space, stair-lifts or accessible bathrooms.

Our experience in the disability homes sector helps us find a disabled property that is suitable, and offer a full market review. This includes detailed summaries for every home we present, tailored to a client’s needs and considering location, care regime, schooling, family dynamics, and the property itself.

We don’t believe in dictating your property search – our clients are involved in every stage of the process, from start to finish. We also handle the negotiation and management of the purchase, ensuring agents and vendors are equally aware of the process. While others may overlook this step, it’s critical so that vendors don’t abort the transaction.

Disability Homes for Rent

The lengthy process of finding a disabled property, buying and adapting the house for disability use can leave clients in limbo. Renting homes that meet clinical requirements can be extremely difficult.

Often, agents and landlords don’t understand how a client with a disability funds a tenancy, or how their position is protected. As well as managing the search process, we also negotiate on your behalf, working with agents and landlords to find a suitable agreement that allows for any necessary changes.

No two rental agreements are the same, which is why we approach each tenancy on an individual basis, whether it’s a six-month contract or a five-year agreement. With our property expertise, renting becomes a viable short to mid-term solution for clients.

Working with Solicitors, Deputies, Case Managers, and Occupational Therapists

We have a proven background in building strong working relationships across the disability property sector. We are the glue that holds everyone together during the search, purchase, adaptation or build of a home for disability use, delivering consistency and continuity throughout the process.

From the outset, we open clear lines of communication, with roles and responsibilities identified so everyone is pulling in the same direction, in the best interest of the client.

Working with Sales Agents, Vendors, Letting Agents, and Landlords

While our clients find themselves in unique circumstances, estate agents and vendors are often cautious because they do not fit a standard buying profile.

Our job is to manage the process and ease their concerns. We show them that our clients represent a sound option, who are often in an even better position than someone claiming to be a cash buyer.

Whether it’s a purchase or rental, the key is communicating clearly on both sides of the agreement, keeping everyone updated and in the loop. By doing this, we can manage transactions that are secure for everyone involved, in an increasingly complex property market.

Disability Homes for Purchase

Most vendors and estate agents fail to recognise the specific needs of people with disabilities – search options are more likely to focus on the number of bedrooms than wheelchair space, stair-lifts or accessible bathrooms.

Our experience in the disability homes sector helps us find suitable properties, offering a full market review. This includes detailed summaries for every home we present, tailored to a client’s needs and considering location, care regime, schooling, family dynamics, and the property itself.

We don’t believe in dictating your property search – our clients are involved in every stage of the process, from start to finish. We also handle the negotiation and management of the purchase, ensuring agents and vendors are equally aware of the process. While others may overlook this step, it’s critical so that vendors don’t abort the transaction.

Disability Homes for Rent

The lengthy process of finding, buying and adapting a house for disability use can leave clients in limbo. Renting homes that meet clinical requirements can be extremely difficult.

Often, agents and landlords don’t understand how a client with a disability funds a tenancy, or how their position is protected. As well as managing the search process, we also negotiate on your behalf, working with agents and landlords to find a suitable agreement that allows for any necessary changes.

No two rental agreements are the same, which is why we approach each tenancy on an individual basis, whether it’s a six-month contract or a five-year agreement. With our property expertise, renting becomes a viable short to mid-term solution for clients.

Working with Solicitors, Deputies, Case Managers, and Occupational Therapists

We have a proven background in building strong working relationships across the disability property sector. We are the glue that holds everyone together during the search, purchase, adaptation or build of a home for disability use, delivering consistency and continuity throughout the process.

From the outset, we open clear lines of communication, with roles and responsibilities identified so everyone is pulling in the same direction, in the best interest of the client.

Working with Sales Agents, Vendors, Letting Agents, And Landlords

While our clients find themselves in unique circumstances, estate agents and vendors are often cautious because they do not fit a standard buying profile.

Our job is to manage the process and ease their concerns. We show them that our clients represent a sound option, who are often in an even better position than someone claiming to be a cash buyer.

Whether it’s a purchase or rental, the key is communicating clearly on both sides of the agreement, keeping everyone updated and in the loop. By doing this, we can manage transactions that are secure for everyone involved, in an increasingly complex property market.

Discuss your property requirements with us

If you, your dependent or your client have been involved in a litigation-based disability case and would like support with disability property, please contact us today. We offer a no-obligation meeting at your convenience, where we discuss how we can best meet your needs.

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Discuss your property requirements with us

If you, your dependent or your client have been involved in a litigation-based disability case and would like support with disability property, please contact us today. We offer a no-obligation meeting at your convenience, where we discuss how we can best meet your needs.

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We are the leading disability property finders in the UK. We manage the entire property process for clients involved in litigation-based disability cases, including Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence.

 

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