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Finkelstein Florida Real Estate is committed to providing an easily accessible website for all. If you are having difficulty accessing the content on our website or if you notice any accessibility problems within our website, we encourage you to get in touch with us (email: gary@garyfinkelstein.com ) to make us aware of this problem. Providing you with the information and content you need in your required format is our priority. We welcome your suggestions, ideas, comments, and concerns about improving the accessibility of our website and ensuring inclusion for all. We are continually improving the user experience for everyone and applying the relevant accessibility standards.

Website Navigation Online Resources and Assistance

If you’re having difficulty accessing content on our website or any other website, you may find the below information useful.

If you are having problems viewing content 

If you have trouble viewing web pages, the US Social Security Administration (https://www.ssa.gov/accessibility/) offers these tips for optimizing your computer and browser to improve your online experience.

Use your computer to read web pages out loud (https://www.ssa.gov/accessibility/browseAloud.html)

Use the keyboard to navigate screens (https://www.ssa.gov/accessibility/keyboard_nav.html)

Increase text size (https://www.ssa.gov/accessibility/textsize.html)

Magnify your screen (https://www.ssa.gov/accessibility/magnifyscreen.html)

Change background and text colors (https://www.ssa.gov/accessibility/changecolors.html)

Make your mouse pointer more visible (Windows only) (https://www.ssa.gov/accessibility/mousepointer.html)

If you are having problems using your mouse or keyboard 

If you find that your keyboard and mouse are difficult for you to use, you may find speech recognition software helpful in navigating web pages. Speech recognition software can allow you to explore web pages through voice controls.

If you are deaf or have problems hearing audio content 

Transcripts: A transcript of a video, conversation, or speech is a written text equal to the audio.

Captioning: A caption is a transcript of audio that is placed visually over the video in order to help individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing access the content. Captioning over videos can also be helpful to anyone who is in a situation where they cannot hear audio.

Volume controls: The devices that you use to access web pages have volume controls. You can adjust these controls on your computer, phone, tablet, or screen. You may also find videos on webpages with additional volume controls. Using both your devices volume controls and the video volume controls may allow you to access the content easier.