Transitioning to a new phase of life can be stressful and difficult for everyone involved. We help simplify that process. Whether you are assisting a loved one in a move to a senior living facility or you need assistance in the disposition of a family home, our approach is the same: listen to you.
Find out how we can help.
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Care Options Assistance
Let us help identify Boston area 55+ Communities, Assisted Living Communities, and Long Term Care Nursing Facilities.
We understand the emotional effect of selling a lifelong home and we know what is needed to support the senior in transition.
Funding for senior care can be expensive. If you or your loved one needs financial support, let us help with finding creative and convenient options.
Our mission is simple: simplify the process of changing where you live. Our method? Listen to you.
Jeff spent years as a successful home-improvement contractor. He lived within his town’s historic district, in a home that he had enjoyed for over thirty years. It was his oasis. But Parkinson’s Disease had other plans for Jeff. At age seventy, Jeff found himself estranged from his wife, physically struggling, deeply in debt, and bitter… read more
Angela had inherited a four-family home from her sister. Unfortunately, her husband had been very ill for quite some time and the mortgages on the property were adding up to too much debt. A sale was required. However, Angela was extremely attached to her tenants, and concerned for their welfare. She was adamant that they… read more
Andrew came to our firm in a state of despair. His [never-married] brother, who had been living in their childhood home, was quite ill and was not going to make it out of the care facility. However, expenses were mounting and a quick sale of the home would be a perfect solution. Although the home… read more
Martha lived in the home where she, her mother, and her grandmother had all grown up. This cherished family homestead, located in one of Boston’s most historic neighborhoods, had been under their ownership for over 100 years. However, there came a point where she knew she was no longer able to live in this home… read more
Christine lived on the second floor of a two-family home with her husband, Robert. Jacquelyn, her sister, lived on the first floor. When we first met Christine, we quickly learned of her challenges. Robert was having cancer treatments, and Jacquelyn was also struggling with Parkinson’s. Although her home had been in her family for over… read more