Homes for the physically challenged

Dated: 02/23/2011

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This past year I worked with a client who is wheelchair bound. Never having this type of buyer before I had no idea how challenging it would be. How was I going to show him houses if he couldn't get in? I could describe them, or take pictures, or video, but none of these methods were going to actually give him the feel of the house and how it could work for him. The answer came to me, I would enlist the help of my male family members and they were more than happy to help. Needless to say, he is now in his new home and we are all feeling pretty good for being able to succeed in finding him a home.
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Carmen Corujo

As a 22 year "veteran" in the Rockland County real estate industry, I was looking for a new company affiliation which would allow me to service my clients utilizing my own creative and business knowle....

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