My elderly parents found themselves overwhelmed with their living arrangements in a relatively short period of time their wonderful home for the last 37yrs became too much.
With their decline in health and mobility they needed to relocate to a retirement residence relatively quickly.
Where and how to begin? This is where Home Suite Home Transitions came in. Pattis help, her services and her staff were excellent. She helped us decide what should and could be moved and looked after organizing the movers and the packing/unpacking and setup at the residence. Within the actual move day my parents were sleeping in their own bed in their new home. All this within one week from our first meeting and for less than the original estimate.
The next step is to sell and/or donate the remaining belongings and sell the home and car. We will be calling upon Home Suite Home Transitions again to help with these tasks.
Thank you again Patti.
Nice Profit and Empty Shelves!
A few years ago I saw Patti’s Home Suite Home Transitions presentation about helping Seniors move and /or downsize. I just “filed it away”, until ...
Last Spring I REALIZED I WAS READY TO LET GO of a lot of “STUFF”.... wedding presents that were lovely but no longer being used, inherited coins and jewellery that had been in a safety-deposit box for 50 years, some furniture, some art, old sports autographs from the 1950’s, good china, serving dishes, flatware, well-used camping gear, small appliances and many everyday items etc. After asking Family to take whatever they wanted, I contacted Patti.
My main goal was to downsize our stuff and also make it easier for our executors when that time comes (hopefully not too soon). I am extremely pleased with the results. Patti and her team did all the work and we were left with a nice profit and empty shelves! It was a real weight off my mind.
When you are ready to downsize, I recommend you contact Patti as she is very pleasant to work with, knows her stuff and reaches a wide range of potential buyers.
Liz Henderson, Peterborough, Feb 2019.