Keller, TX, July 23, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- BarrierFreeHome.com has made it easier for those seeking wheelchair-accessible homes, apartments, even vacation homes -- or any specially adapted housing. Created by a disabled veteran who understands all too well the difficult, time-consuming process of finding a suitable home, this website provides an ingenious one-stop marketplace for both buyer and seller.
According to Marty Davis, founder of Barrier-Free Home, the cost of building a wheelchair-accessible home can be prohibitive, yet many on the market have already been adapted. And although the construction of new, accessible apartments has increased, finding these apartments or obtaining a list of features is still difficult. “Even MLS is often devoid of meaningful information that helps you find the right one,” he says.
Until now, the search meant looking through various publications for the disabled or the classifieds. But this user friendly website lets potential buyers know whether the house has a roll-in shower or roll-under kitchen, 36-inch doorways or exacting VA/ADA requirements with the click of a mouse. And the listings are nationwide, with photos.
Jayne Davis, veteran and wife of a disabled veteran, sums it up best: “If this service had been around 10 years ago, we could have saved a lot of time and trouble.”
BarrierFreeHome.com is the most helpful website of its kind. Disabled veterans returning from overseas or anyone with mobility limitations benefit as will real estate agents who wish to advertise to a large, interested audience. Contact Marty Davis at (817) 431-2847 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.