Moving Mom & Dad

We understand that those in the position of helping elder homeowners and family members face a weighty set of decisions and responsibilities when navigating late-life moves. While every situation represents a unique set of circumstances, late-life transitions can pose distinct, and often unexpected, emotional and physical challenges.

As real estate professionals specializing in serving senior adults, we have helped hundreds of mature homeowners, families, and caregivers with the home sale and purchase processes, many involving saying goodbye to long-time family residences.

Expertly trained, we are here to help you develop a plan of action, one that best serves you and your elder loved ones. If you choose, we can also manage every detail of the move with care, courtesy, and excellence, just the way you would do it yourself.

As a client, you will receive both the physical and emotional support necessary to handle even the most difficult relocation decisions and tasks. Whether you’re looking for a little help getting started or you choose to delegate every detail, we are here for you and prepared to tailor our extensive menu of services to suit your family’s unique circumstances.

When should we begin talking with our parents about the possibility of moving?

Ideally, this conversation should first happen while everyone is healthy and mobile. The best time to begin the conversation is NOW.

Should we be looking at a condos, single family homes, or senior living communities?

Every person has different circumstances and so there is not a one-size-fits-all residential solution. If current or future healthcare is a top priority, a full service senior living community may be preferable.

How long do seniors usually contemplate a move before taking action?

Some people take longer than others. Many older adults who make the “sudden announcement” about relocating report to have been privately considering it for up to two years or more. Unless there is a crisis or other compelling reason to move quickly, it is typically best to allow older adults to process the decision in their own time.

How many senior living communities should we visit before making a commitment?

Visit all available communities that offer needed or desired services and amenities within your geographic area and then re-visit them. This is not a decision that should be made in a rush, so take the time necessary to feel confident in your choice.

Is there financial assistance to help cover assisted living costs?

Assisted living communities provide various levels of care, some of which may be covered by certain long-term care insurance policies. If you have this type of insurance, contact the company in advance and inquire as to whether your policy has an assisted-living benefit. Veteran’s aid and attendance benefits can also be applied toward assisted living care ( Some, but few, assisted living communities accept Medicaid.

Five Mistakes to Avoid

Mistake #1:

Waiting until a crisis occurs to have a conversation about housing and care options.

Mistake #2:

Failing to adequately equip the home with accessibility features

allowing for safe and successful aging-in-place.

Mistake #3:

Lack of research into available senior living options

Mistake #4:

Trying to manage the liquidation of the estate and personal items alone.

Mistake #5:

Inadequate or inappropriate documentation.

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  • Exclusive Expertise: I am a Real Estate professional in Maryland holding SRES, CSHP, GRI, and Associate Broker designations specializing in seniors. I’m 1 out of 131 realtors that hold a CSHP Certification in the U.S.

  • Free Consultations: Personalized, no- obligation consultations to discuss and understand your unique needs.

  • Tailored Solutions: Customized guidance for downsizing, transitioning to senior living, and navigating the intricacies of real estate transactions.

  • Compassionate Support: Ensuring you feel supported, understood and informed throughout the entire process.

  • Seamless Transitions: Dedicated to making the often-complex real estate process smooth and stress-free.

  • Family Assistance: Specialized support for families and adult out-of-town children, facilitating smooth transitions for their parents' moves.

  • Downsizing Guide: Providing downsizing strategies for moving or aging in place, making it efficient and manageable for those looking to


  • Senior Living Options: Establishing connections and offering insights into various living options, ensuring finding residences that align with their lifestyle and preferences

  • Vetted Service Providers: Access to our network of vetted service providers to assist in all aspects of your needs during your transition.

  • We are the missing piece of the puzzle for your home buying or selling experience

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