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Accessibility features report

The Accessibility Features Report (AFR) is a property condition report designed to identify features that may be desirable to a homebuyer with disabilities. It was designed to provide specific information about various features in a home that might make it suitable for a person with disabilities. A free copy of this report is available, which may be copied without permission if it is reproduced in its entirety.

  • REALTOR® Guide to Completing Sellers' Accessibility Report (2018)
  • Seller's Accessibility Features Report: (2011): The sellers' AFR is a disclosure report for sellers to complete, to whatever extent they are comfortable, in order to provide some basic information for persons seeking homes suitable for persons with disabilities. It is a shorter, simpler version of the comprehensive 2001 report.
  • Buyers Accessibility Features Report (2001): The buyer AFR is a property condition report designed by an architect to identify features that may be desirable to a person with disabilities. This report may be used by buyers and renters with disabilities to identify and prioritize the architectural features they find desirable in a residential property. A free copy of this report is available, which may be copied without permission if it is reproduced in its entirety.
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