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Smart downsizing: How baby boomers should get rid of their stuff

 Posted by Chrissy Marsh-Redd on April 19, 2018 at 4:49 PM
This article originally appeared on WTMJ-TV Milwaukee on April 19, 2018When baby boomers retire they often downsize by moving into a smaller home and getting rid of things like fine china, furniture, linens, and flatware.Many millennials are saying "no thanks" to their parents' hand-me-downs. So what should boomers do with their extra belongings?Research shows millennials are buying homes or they eventually plan to buy, but they tend to collect l...

How staging your home can help it sell faster

 Posted by Chrissy Marsh-Redd on April 8, 2018 at 4:27 PM
This article originally appeared on Lancaster Online on April 5, 2018If you’ve watched even 10 minutes of HGTV, you know all about staging.It’s the process of envisioning what your house might look like without the personal touches that make it home.And for real estate agents and sellers, it’s become a powerful marketing tool — one that is expected to be part of almost any real estate transaction.According to a 2017 National Association of Realto...

Spring’s the time to get your home, business in order

 Posted by Chrissy Marsh-Redd on February 23, 2018 at 1:01 PM

Whether you’re a senior, homeowner or small business, Debra Bourdeau of Caring Transitions can help you get your home, condo or business in order.

As the franchise owner of Caring Transitions of North Oakland County and formerly in private practice as a doctor of optometry, Bourdeau knows how to organize and help people “in transition” make a move to a new stage in their lives.

Dallas Family Recognized with National Award for Giving Back

 Posted by Caring Transitions on March 29, 2017 at 9:38 AM
In 2011, when Jeff and Donna Rea opened Caring Transitions of North Dallas Suburbs, it was because they saw an opportunity to build a business that did important work and could make a positive impact on the lives of the seniors and families in their community. And, even after Jeff lost his courageous battle with cancer last year, Donna and her daughter Nicole knew they wanted to carry on the Caring Transitions’ tradition of serving and giving bac...