I closed on a property today after winning an auction site unseen. My question: the unit has been modified to accommodate a wheelchair. The walls have been cut to widen and other modifications made to accommodate. My question is, is it worth rehabbing to get it up to code to attract handicapped buyers? I was planning on a total gut anyways, but has anyone had any experience on flipping for handicapped? Never really thought of it until now and I think that this would be a good thing.

Please do not take this statement as being incentive, but I travel a lot and sometimes Marriott will put me in a handicap accessible room and I would prefer a regular room because the bathrooms are too big. With that being said, unless I have a buyer in hand, I’m hesitant on keeping the current modifications as this may turn off the majority of buyers.

Unit is 2/2 villa in Florida

Any advice or experience? TIA