Landlords save money by not improving access for disabled Kiwis

People with disabilities face the reality that their requirements for an accessible home are not going to convince too many landlords to make changes.

In the current housing crisis, landlords don’t need to invest in making their properties accessible because the demand by the general population is so high. A sad but true reality, the number of people without homes in New Zealand is on the rise, disabled or not.

The housing crisis is far reaching, but the issue for disabled people seeking accessible homes has gone on well before this moment in time. Continue reading Landlords save money by not improving access for disabled Kiwis