Sometimes it’s hard to part with beloved items, and family members can’t always keep them for you. With Senior Moves, we can have a trusted estate sale team sell any furniture, collectibles or sets that you don’t plan to keep.
Some time before your move you’ll want to gather keepsakes and family heirlooms together in a single location. Your history is important, and preserving the items that show where you’ve been and what you’ve done will likely be important to your heirs. Senior Moves can help you find the best way to manage this vital material.
The Big Move
When seniors start planning a move, the first place to start is to meet with a SeniorMoves.org advocate who can connect you with the right team. Here, SeniorMoves.org founder Tony Siebers, center, and a certified moving company representative meet with a couple who have decided to move to another state where they can be closer to their children and grandchildren. Meetings like this help you decide what to keep, what to give away to family members, and what to sell at an estate sale. The timing of the move and preserving one’s comfort is of foremost importance. Using a Senior Move Advocate, it’s possible for the family to be involved from different locations around the country, while having verified and certified vendors take care of the downsizing process.
NEWS & RESOURCES
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There are so many services a Senior Move Manager can provide. Here are some sample questions you may want to ask to find out if the company is a good fit for you. The following questions are suggested by the National Association of Senior Moves Managers (NASMM): • How...read more