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    My fianc? and I are trying to find an accessible rental for a year or so until we are able to finance a build or purchase of our own in a year or so. Given that it won't be a permanent move we don't want to dump any money into the rental to make it accessible like the 3-5k that I've dumped into this place. We're in Oklahoma City but are a bit picky to location because we both have children and school concerns. Does anyone have any helpful tips to pass along that have been useful when searching?
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      See if you can find a realtor who does rentals, and ideally one who also has some type of mobility disability themselves. They can scope out places before you go to look at them, and weed out those that don't meet your needs. In my community I know of several realtors who do this.

      You may also want to contact your local ILC (Independent Living Center). Some of them keep lists of apt. complexes with accessible units. Of course the trick is finding one that is available...

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