“There’s just way too much stuff in here.”
Have you ever found yourself saying these words as you scan the different rooms of your house? Often the large
Living a full life usually means you’ve acquired many things; furniture, extra vehicles, holiday ornaments, collections, tools, books, kitchen appliances, dishes, linens, clothing, sporting equipment, camping gear, garden pots, and photos. The list goes on and on, not to mention the numerous items your grown children may have left behind, using their old bedrooms or your basement as their personal storage lockers.
When the time comes to move into a smaller house or retirement residence, don’t let the weight of your possessions, and the uncertainty of what to do with them, delay your future.
Choosing what to take to your new home can be tough, especially if you’ve lived in your current house for a long time. Gordon’s Estate Services will help you plan your new space, develop a floor plan and work with you to decide which pieces of furniture you can reasonably take.
Finally, we’ll help you make a list of what you plan to keep, as well as what you will bring with you to your new home.
Now that you’ve decided what to take, you will need to decide what to do with your excess possessions. You can give things to family or friends or donate them to your
Gordon’s Estate Services works with an online auction company who are able to sell your possessions in a real auction setting. Unlike traditional garage sales or other online selling sites where you set a
When you are considering downsizing your lifestyle - call us to discuss the opportunity. We can help make it all
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