Types of apartments good for people with disabilities include those where the manager adheres to the most current version and requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Fair Housing Act, notes the Apartment Guide Blog. The legal obligation to make necessary changes falls on both tenants and landlords.
As of 2016, it is illegal for landlords to prevent disabled individuals from making changes to a residence to make it more accessible, according to the Apartment Guide Blog. Any changes made should be done so according to the guidelines set forth by the Fair Housing Act. Potential tenants should ask about the specific details of the apartment and make sure it is easily accessible from the outside and around the grounds of the property.