In Case of Emergency

When a home emergency occurs, having a plan in place can be what stands between you and disaster. Here are some simple steps for creating your home emergency plan.

What you should be asking?

Use these questions to determine if your realtor is the best qualified partner to help you when it's time to sell your home.

What to do with my stuff?

When downsizing, your new home will have less storage space. It can be tough to decide what to keep and what to do with the rest of your things.

Are you ready to move?

If you are considering a move, whether it's into your first home or your forever home, considering these questions will help you make the best decision for your family.
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The 8 Most Important Questions I Will Ask You

When it comes to assisting senior clients with their move, there are a number of important questions that must be asked. In order to help you know the sort of things we will talk about when we get together, I offer these questions as a starting…
senior real estate specialist

The Top 6 Questions To Ask Yourself Before You Hire Any REALTOR

When it comes to hiring a professional to help you with what is quite possibly the largest investment you have, it is important to ask two types of questions. These '7 Questions To Ask Any Real Estate Agent' provided by Pivotal Aging Innovations…
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Top Questions to ask an Accredited Senior Agent

To guide you through the process of selling your family home, you must make sure you are hiring the best agent for your needs. Use these questions to help you make the right choice.
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Choosing A Senior Housing Community

When living in their current home in Ontario is no longer the best choice for an elderly loved one, the next step might be to move them into a senior housing community. Making this type of transition can be emotionally exhausting for the family…
accredited senior agent

Taking Care of Seniors’ Real Estate Needs… and more

There are two accreditation's that agents can undertake to provide superior service to clients who are 55+ in age. In Canada these designations are the Accredited Senior Agent (ASA) and Master ASA.
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How to Have ‘The Talk’ with Aging Parents

Having “The Talk” with your parents does not come naturally, but it’s critical. Having conversations about retirement plans, financial standing and plans for what should happen in the case of illness means less stress for everyone down the road.