“A lot of agents position themselves as community experts, but I’m a disability expert,” says Jeffrey Kerr, a sales rep with Re/Max Unique in Toronto. “My goal is to connect buyers and sellers in this specialty niche."
Driving Miss Daisy can help clients get to appointments or activities that they may not be able to get to own their own. The company has franchises in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario.
Most businesses, owners and property managers are aware of laws, building codes and bylaws designed to better accommodate those with disabilities. There’s still a lot of progress that needs to be made on accessibility.
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