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Know a Senior Citizen???

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Real Estate Sales Representative with Re/Max Associates

..........besides me!

I met someone this morning who has a really neat business assisting Senior Citizens in moving
from their home to another home, assisted living, etc.  She (Amber Bergerson) and her partner saw
 a need for this kind of help and are meeting that need here in the OKC area and Tulsa.

The business is called Senior Transitions.  I have added the service to my online business
directory, but I thought I would explain it more here. 

I asked Amber what the definition of "Senior" was.  It is 55 years young and up!

The following is a list of services they provide.  The charge is hourly and they can be hired for as
much or as little help as needed.

  • Complimentary Consultation
  • Assist in selecting a new home
    • Tour the facility of your choice
    • Provide information to make your selection easier
  • Coordinate your move
    • Help make informed decisions about downsizing and pre-move preparations
    • Provide a written and pictorial inventory
    • Pack items to be moved, shipped or sold\Arrange for professional movers
    • Unpack, remove the mess and
    • Get you settled in
  • Disposition of items not going to your new home
    • Ship or store items going to family and friends
    • Arrange for an estate sale and donations
  • Coordinate with your Realtor to
    • prepare you house for sale and closing

For an appointment please call Amber Bergerson, Senior Move Coordinator  405-330-9919.

           

Li Read
Sea to Sky Premier Properties (Salt Spring) - Salt Spring Island, BC
Caring expertise...knowledge for you!

An interesting business -- not sure I approve of the 55 age mark, as a senior citizen, though!    Didn't I read that 60 is the new 50???     This is actually a very useful business plan.

Mar 05, 2009 07:13 AM
Anonymous
Cynthia

I think this is an absolutely wonderful service!  And I keep thinking of people who could use this kind of help.  I don't mind the 55 year definition.  It gets me free soft drinks at my favorite fast food restaurant.  :)

Mar 06, 2009 06:24 AM
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