Five Tips for Selling a “Senior-Owned” Home

 October 2014
By Nan Hayes for Caring Transitions®Last year, our client Lynn learned her mother was being moved from hospital to rehabilitation facility following a bad fall. Realizing mom would be unable to take care of the house for a several weeks; Lynn wanted to do something special to help her at home.Lynn asked her dad if there was anything in particular that would be meaningful to mom. She and her siblings already planned to lend a hand with housework, ...

Five Tips for Selling a “Senior-Owned” Home

 September 2014
By Nan Hayes for Caring Transitions®If you are one of the growing number of families making decisions about the sale of your parents’ home or, as an older adult, you are in the process of making decisions about your own future lifestyle; the following tips may help guide you through the home sale process.1. Hire the right agentOften times, the needs of senior clients are different than others, so it is important to find the right real estate agen...

Top 3 Reasons to Use a Senior Relocation Company

 August 2014
By Nan Hayes for Caring Transitions In our industry we commonly hear about the struggles families face when helping an aging parent move or when they are faced with closing a deceased parent’s home. There is not only a tremendous mental or emotional burden for most family members when navigating such transitions, but a significant time and physical investment is also required. As more and more parents age beyond their 80’s and 90’s, companies...

Tips for Selling Personal Property

 July 2014
Nan Hayes for Caring Transitions® With garage sale and estate sale season in full swing, it is helpful to understand the differences between various types of sales and also learn how to hire the best possible resource to accomplish your objectives. Should I hold an Estate Sale? Many estate sale providers will tell you an estate sale is the best way to liquidate your belongings, but in reality, there are three primary factors that should be e...

The Realities of Relocation Stress

 May 2014
Nan Hayes for Caring Transitions® As seniors remodel their family home to age-in-place or downsize to an independent living, assisted living, or other community setting, they often feel displaced, disoriented, or even depressed. Senior care professionals have an increasing responsibility to learn how to support older adults as they face these transitions, so seniors may experience changes to environment with less stress, more respect and me...
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