What Can I Do with All of My Stuff?

Finding the right home for all of your unneeded items can be a challenge.  We carefully put together a customized plan that will yield the best results for each client.

All Moving Matters will work with you to determine:

This process is what we call profitable distribution of your assets.  First, we work to be sure you have everything you want and need.  Then, we ensure that the remainder finds the appropriate home and brings you the most value.
All Moving Matters is ready to assist you in making the transition from one home to another - providing the expertise and resources you need.  
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Our time spent in training, working with many clients, sharing best practices with others in the senior move management industry, and researching for helpful information provide us with the experience and ability to serve you better. 

Below are some resources that we've found to be helpful.  Call or email us to set up a free in-home consultation, receive a copy of our Moving Checklist, and discuss additional resources we've found to be helpful in planning and orchestrating moves.   
  • which items you will keep
  • what will be given to family members 
  • what should be donated
  • what can be auctioned/consigned
  • what could work well on ebay
  • whether an estate sale is appropriate
  • which items remain for cleanout
10 Tips To Help Seniors Move, Diane Schmidt,,
Aging Parents Insights, David Solie,
Resources for Caregivers
Elder Care Resources
The New Old Age, The New York Times,,
Rightsizing Your Life, Ciji Ware
Scaling Down, Judi Culbertson and Marj Decker
The Moving Survival Guide, Martha Poage 
Moving On: A Practical Guide to Downsizing the Family Home, Linda Hetzer and Janet Hulstrand
How to Say It to Seniors, David Solie
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