Let a senior real estate specialist ease your burden

Senior real estate specialists are trained to better understand the concerns unique when selling a longtime home.

Choosing to sell a long-time home can be an emotional decision. There are many memories tied to a property once you’ve owned it a certain number of years. But senior real estate specialists can ease your transition by helping you prepare for this major change in your life. Whether you are 50+ and selling your family home, or you are helping a senior family member make a big change, you’ll need support.

Senior real estate specialists can provide an assessment of your property and make suggestions for how to prepare it for sale. They may recommend hiring staging professionals or they may recommend updating your home if it is outdated.

Your agent can also analyze market conditions to determine how your home may compare to the others on the market. Agents have access to real-time real estate data that will indicate how many homes in your neighborhood are on the market, how long they’ve been on the market and how they are priced.

Senior real estate specialists want to make your transition smooth. But preparing a home for sale can be time- and labor-intensive. The best agents will offer to assemble a team to assist you. That team may include movers, landscapers, stagers or even attorneys and mortgage brokers.

Senior real estate specialists will handle your interests with care and patience, in an effort to ease your burden. I became a senior real estate specialist because I believe better service can make a huge difference in how you experience this change in your heart and home.

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