Updated: Feb 8, 2022
Helping parents move out of their long-time home can be a huge project. There are so many things to think about – some obvious, but still vexing, like what are we going to do with the attic/closet/basement full of stuff? But many other considerations are not so obvious and challenging in a different way, such as knowing when and how to start having the conversation about moving in the first place.
Watch and listen as Kirsten Howe of Absolute Trust Counsel interviews Dayna Wilson of The Dayna Wilson Real Estate Team who shares her experiences and tips for families who need to help their parents make the move from a long-time home.