Seniors in Transition
Many seniors want to live in their own homes as long as they can while others need to move on to one of the many residential options that lay head. That transition is often a daunting one, leaving many seniors and their families reeling from some of the challenges. “There are often difficult family dynamics,” says Michael Bramble a Re/Max Realtor serving the Real Estate community since 1989. The “Senior Real Estate Specialist” designation and his community experience has taught him that “Sometimes the children and parents have competing interests. Sometimes they’re half a continent away and need someone on location to help meet their parents’ needs. This is a chance for specialty groups serving the senior community to significantly improve the lives of our aging member and their families.” Mike has had a lot of activity in Fairfax County at Spring Hill, a gated over 55 community and in Prince William county at Heritage Hunt over 55 active adult community close by the Heathcote Health Centre that has just opened and also Virginia Gateway, with great shopping and dining.
Mr. Bramble goes on to inform us that “There are often 50 years of accumulated possessions in their homes and the families call and ask if I’ll explain to Mom and Dad why everything can’t go into the new place.” Mike is a real estate agent who specializes in helping buyers and sellers in these community’s. He can help list or find resale homes for you.
You may contact Mike Bramble our Re/Max Realtor at 703-946-9933 or visit him at GreetingsWashington.com
Mary George of “Key Estate Concierge” knows this process well. As an established company serving Washington DC and Metro area that has a systematic downsizing plan assisting in the transition into the new home. Mary says. “Once the seniors see what will really fit, I am able to help them decide what to pass on, hold estate sales to sell other items, discards unwanted items and move what the seniors keep into their new homes. In the past month I have had met and helped 3 new friends and their family with this process in Prince William county at River Ridge Active Adult Community sitting above the Occoquan River in Woodbridge. River Ridge was built by Pulte Homes during 1999-2001. The community offers a large clubhouse, swimming pool, tennis courts, wooded walking trails and ponds for fishing perfect for our early seniors.” Call Mary at 703-887-1244 or visit her website: http://keyestateconcierge.com.
Clarke Mahek is JK Moving Services top salesman for years now and it’s no surprise that the senior community are one of his biggest demographics. Clarke truly loves helping people and moving is his business. JK Moving is a full service company that can handle everything as they wrap each item, and provide you with an inventoried list of everything you’re moving, to help keep track of all of your belongings. Experience counts and Clarke and JK Moving Services are recognized for their consideration with regard to the senior community needs. Contact Clarke at 703-930-7275 or Email him at: Clarke.Mahek@jkmoving.com http://www.jkmoving.com/mahek/
Imagine coming into your new home on moving day with furniture in place, clothes neatly hung in the closet, phone, computer, and TV connected, beds made, bathrooms and kitchen complete, pictures and personal items in place. That is entirely possible when you use Michael and his strategic partners. Call him today at 703-946-9933 or register online at: GreetingsWashington.com
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