Caring Advice For Moving Seniors

 August 2015
Caring Advice For Moving Seniors By Nan Hayes for Caring Transitions® At Caring Transitions®  moving  older adults in later life is often referred to as  “Moving Plus”   To put it simply, there are many additional factors which make a  “senior move” more complex than others.  Below are some of the more common issues faced by older adults and their families. Health Issues- While many moves in late life are a matter of choice, such a...

What Families Need to Know: Reduce Your Moving Expenses

 July 2015
What Families Need to Know: Reduce Your Moving ExpensesWritten by Nan HayesMoving to a new home is often an exciting time, but it can also be an expensive venture. According to the Worldwide ERC, a full-service move averages over $12,000. The good news is that there are ways to cut costs. Below are several cost-cutting tips to help you save on your next move. 1. Establish a budgetBudgeting in advance can help families save time, money and energy....

What Families Should Know: "Good” Online Auctions

 June 2015
Written by Nan Hayes The Online auction business is booming.  Once controlled by a single company, online auctions are a now a multi-billion dollar industry and the number of internet sellers is growing steadily. A few online sellers still closeout products in traditional “bulk” retail quantities, but most online transactions involve a single-seller and a single-buyer. It is in the best interest of both parties to understand whether or n...

Estate Sale or Garage Sale?

 May 2015
By Nan Hayes for Caring Transitions One of the challenges consumers face when moving to a smaller space is trying to figure what to do with their downsized possession.  Today there are more options a than ever, including charitable donation, Live auction,  online auction site, tag sales,  traditional garage sale and Estate Sale.For people with a large amount of valuable inventory but not a lot of time, an Estate Sale can be a very positive experi...

What Families Should Know: Managing Personal Property

 April 2015
By Nan Hayes for Caring Transitions® By legal definition, personal property is everything that is the subject of ownership that does not come under the denomination of real property (real estate). Personal property is legally divided into two major categories: (1) corporeal personal property, including such items as animals, merchandise, and jewelry; and (2) incorporeal personal property, comprised of such rights as stocks, bonds, patents, and co...
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