We were introduced to Jan McCreary – Allen while speaking and exhibiting at the National Association of Senior Move Managers Conference (NASMM). Jan became a professional client of HomeZada’s and her continued commitment of the solution led us to ask her how and why she chose HomeZada to use within her business. What we found was the value of Jan’s business, Smooth Transitions of West Texas and how her services provided so much value to her clients. HomeZada was a mere tool to use to help her with her goals of helping others around her and leveraging her skills to help families in need of her services. Here is Read More
Lesa Myers is the Founder and President of Project Move Up, a company focused on helping people transition spaces in the Virginia and surrounding areas. Lesa is a member of NASMM (National Association of Senior Move Managers). Read More
Moving day can symbolize an exciting fresh start in life, but it also offers chances for things to go wrong. Large items — such as furniture, refrigerators and pianos — can present unique challenges that may stump you if you’re not prepared. Use these tips for a safe, controlled and Read More
Moving can be an exciting but stressful time in a person’s life. And the average person moves between 6 – 10 times in their lifetime. Wow, that ‘s a lot of moves. Between those 6 – 10 times of moving, we continuously acquire more and more possessions. So what are the best techniques or moving checklist to get organized and packed for that move? Your next house is waiting.
First, knowing that you and your family own a lot of things will help you understand that moving is a process. And that with any process, there is risk of running into challenges. Keeping your frame of mind flexible will help you make it through the moving process. Here is a moving checklist and more tips on this infographic.
These tips will help you understand what else you can do to manage through your move. Read More
The National Association of Realtors (NAR) has conducted some studies that showed us what top cities many baby boomers are moving. These cities are not necessarily where baby boomers are retiring. They are considering these cities to continue working with a lower cost of living and some good weather. Many individuals are not ready to retire. But realize that a lower cost of living can support their final plans for retirement. With a pre retirement city move, boomers can add more to their retirement packages. Boomers also want warm weather locations, which are good for the body as we continue to age. Here are the top five cities that NAR has discovered has many baby boomers moving to prior to their retirement.