REIS is a valuable and very affordable tool for any real estate business working with Deaf and Hard of Hearing clients. We provide in-person certified ASL interpreter services that matches the speed of the real estate industry. We help your business provide your Deaf and Hard of Hearing clients a smooth, welcoming and memorable experience. Our services help real estate business fulfill ADA-compliance requirements when working with D/HH community.
START YOUR MEMBERSHIP
Memberships are $100 and pay for an affordable real estate trained interpreter *per hour as needed. Membership is good for 12 months.
*Hourly rates vary on interpreting level
SET YOUR APPOINTMENT
Call or email your request. A 24-hour (or longer) request is always ideal, but we can accommodate almost all requests up to a 5-hour window.
MEET WITH YOUR CLIENT
Communicate with your client with ease. Your interpreter will facilitate a smooth interaction. Remember to always direct your conversation towards your client and not the interpreter.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires that a qualified sign language interpreter be provided. A "qualified" interpreter means someone who is able to interpret effectively, accurately, and impartially, both receptively and expressively using any necessary specialized vocabulary.
Click HERE to download a copy of the ADA's Requirements on Effective Communication
Each membership is tailored to the needs of your clients based on the services you provide.
Certified ASL interpreters trained in real estate terminology and procedures can help you interpret peer-to-peer conversations, public speaking, and other basic types of communication.
Certified ASL interpreters trained in real estate terminology and procedures can help you interpret peer-to-peer conversations but also business transactions and negotiations that DO NOT require explanations of legal matters.
Certified ASL interpreters trained in real estate terminology and procedures can help you interpret peer-to-peer conversations to business transactions and negotiations that may or may not include legal matters.