Housing for People with Disabilities

As someone living with a physical or emotional disability, you’re no stranger to overcoming obstacles. However, buying a home often presents an entirely unique set of challenges. For that reason, The Simple Dollar’s fully accessible guide to home loans for people with disabilities has vital information you need to know. This guide offers a comprehensive overview of resources and opportunities …

Guide to Home Ownership for People with Disabilities

Owning a home is a key part of the American dream. Unfortunately, if you have a disability, you may find it harder to afford to buy and retrofit a home to accommodate your needs. That’s because if you are unable to work or if you face significant medical expenses, you might not be able to qualify for a traditional mortgage or …

Renters’ Rights and Housing Assistance for People with Disabilities

Living independently is a goal for many young adults with disabilities. It’s an important part of having a fulfilling life, and the drive for freedom exists regardless of ability.  Establishing a home outside the nest looks different for each adult child with special needs. This guide will cover situations related to host homes and self-reliant apartment living. Read more.

Everything you need to know about Disability Home Loan Grants

A disability shouldn’t prevent you from owning a home. Loan programs exist on a state and national level with low or no-down payment requirements and affordable interest rates. Several non-profit organizations build custom homes for people with disabilities. Luckily, there are numerous programs and grants for homebuyers with disabilities, limited resources, and low incomes. Moreover, most states provide mortgage assistance …

Grants for Home Modification: 16 Resources for Homeowners with Disabilities

Every year, more Americans living with disabilities are able to call themselves homeowners. Thanks to support and legislation such as the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), having a home to call one’s own is now an achievable dream for more people than ever before. For many individuals, purchasing a home is only half the battle, since the nature of someone’s disability can …

Ultimate Guide to Home Remodeling for People with Disabilities

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there are over 40 million Americans living with a disability, which represents 12.7 percent of the total civilian non-institutionalized population. There are several resources available to help individuals living with a disability to not only have a comfortable home, but the ability to own a home that’s designed to allow them to live safely and happily. …

Housing for People with Disabilities

As someone living with a physical or emotional disability, you’re no stranger to overcoming obstacles. However, buying a home often presents an entirely unique set of challenges. For that reason, The Simple Dollar’s fully accessible guide to home loans for people with disabilities has vital information you need to know. This guide offers a comprehensive overview of resources and opportunities …

Renter’s Rights and Housing Assistance for People with Disabilities

Living independently is a goal for many adult children with disabilities. It’s an important part of having a fulfilling life, and the drive for freedom exists regardless of ability.  Medical advancements, supportive therapies, and architectural trends have made it possible for adult children with special needs to not only live, but thrive among their peers. Read more about the renter’s …