Cape Organization for Rights of the Disabled

Housing Information You Can Use


Housing Info
You Can Use

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Reasonable Accommodations

What is REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION? Under state and federal Fair Housing laws, reasonable accommodation is a change in rules, policies, or practices that allows a person with a disability equal opportunity to use and enjoy dwelling units (including public and common areas). The accommodations cannot impose an undue hardship on the owner or alter the main function or purpose of the housing.

Examples of reasonable accommodations in housing are:

Contact CORD at (508) 775-8300 or 1-800-541-0282 if you have questions regarding reasonable accommodations in housing.

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