Transition

The definition of Transition is: a passage from one state, stage, subject or place to another

For long-time residents of a property, it can be difficult to prepare a home to sell because of emotions, memories and an accumulation of belongings. These belongings can range from important documents to treasured personal effects; but can also include unnecessary items and documents.

If you, your parents or loved one or friend must move into assisted living or a care facility, the family may not be able to deal with all aspects of getting the house ready to sell vacate. Many family members do not reside in the same community as their parent(s) anymore.

We can assist with listing/selling the home, finding new residence and organize for 3rd parties to help with the downsizing, packing, booking movers, appraisers, donation to charities, shipping to family, recycle of belongings/materials, trash pick-up, cleaners, transferring or canceling accounts/mail, moving and settling in, etc.

  • Hire a stager to stage/decorate your home so it shows in top condition to boost the perceived value of your home
  • Do minor repairs to present your property better
  • Maintain property upkeep, such as lawn mowing, after moving out

This list can be daunting to even the most experienced. With our help, transitioning in later life does not need to be a stressful event. We can facilitate our extensive network of trusted services to assist with everything you need to help make your move as pleasant and exciting as possible.

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