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Disabled Man Seeking Guarantor For Accessible Family Home

August 18, 2014

I’ve received an email from a disabled man who is seeking a guarantor in work for an accessible family home.

He doesn’t want his contact details revealed to the whole Internet. However, he is genuine. If you are able to help please leave a comment below with your best contact details. If you don’t wish to leave a link to your email address please use the format (address at provider dot com).

I’m disabled with peroneal muscular atrophy and a number of other problems. My wife is my full-time carer. I’m no longer able to work. We have three sons. Our second son also has a disability, and type 1 diabetes.

We’ve been given notice as the owners of this property want to sell.

We’ve been looking for something suitable for well over a year, but the one’s we have found have always been much more than the housing benefit.

This one is ideal though.

I have very specific requirements due to my disability, and this is hard to match up the housing market.

I need flat, level access and flat, level off-road parking with plenty of space around the car. I need something that’s flat inside and either a wet room or suitably adapted shower. I also need plenty of room in a bathroom and w/c.

We need a 3 or 4 bedroom home. This bungalow ticks all the boxes, and is a long term let. It even has a room where I can store various things I need due to my disability. We’ve been accepted, but the landlord wants a guarantor in work because he’s had his hands burnt in the past with tenants on housing benefit.

I maybe should add that even an adapted house would probably be no good in the near future, so a bungalow is absolutely ideal.

5 Comments leave one →
  1. August 18, 2014 3:42 pm

    I’m in full time employment and happy to put my name forward as long as this person is absolutely certain they can manage the rent.

  2. August 18, 2014 3:47 pm

    Thanks, can you post your email address so I can pass it on to him for him to contact you directly?

  3. Maria permalink
    August 18, 2014 3:54 pm

    I would, but I’d need a graduator myself if I were to move, the state of my finances are in. Good luck though.

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