"Sensory Friendly" Becomes News Selling Point in Housing Market
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A group of western New York real estate agents are being trained to spot houses that would best meet the sensory needs of those with autism.
Through a partnership with a local nonprofit autism service provider, 14 real estate agents from a group of Buffalo-area Coldwell Banker offices are learning what attributes make a house sensory-friendly. They’re being trained to look at factors like a home’s lighting, colors and floor plan and whether or not a house has sidewalks outside. Moreover, they’re taking note of how much traffic there is in the neighborhood and how accessible the area may be.
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