Housing websites tailored to tenants’ taste

3 June 2015 - Latest news

A group of landlords in County Durham have introduced new software to help customers access online housing services.

believe housing, in partnership with Recite, has launched an accessibility solution  to ensure visitors can customise their online experience.

From language translation, to tailoring font colour, size, and male or female audio reader options, the application really does ensure users can find browsing more suited to their individual needs.

Nigel Day, Equality and Diversity Manager at believe housing, said: “As a group we recognise that in many walks of life people do not experience fair access to services.

“Our three landlords, Dale & Valley Homes, Durham City Homes and East Durham Homes, have all signed up to Recite’s program, which highlights our commitment to treating people according to their specific needs.”

Users can try the application for themselves by selecting ‘accessibility options’ or ‘Recite me’ at:

For more information on Recite visit www.reciteme.com

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