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When home sweet home turns to headaches and hassles

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January 18th, 2013
Personal Moving Consultant While there are many joys associated with owning a home, over the years, it s easy for those joys to quickly diminish as new problems continue to arise. Problems can range from small issues like a leaky faucet, up to more costly issues such as foundation repair. Over time, you may find yourself becoming less engaged in the activities you once loved and more consumed with the responsibilities and costs of home ownership. At Erickson Living communities, we understand the burdens associated with maintaining a house. Maintenance and repairs not only affect your wallet, but they also cut into your personal time and prevent you from doing the things you enjoy. Just about everyone has experienced the frustration of waiting around for a plumber or contractor who says they will come during a certain window of time. A common concern I hear from folks planning to move is that they no longer want to climb up on ladders to change light bulbs, and while it used to be fun to garden and mow the lawn, it s now become a hassle.

Choosing a stress-free lifestyle

As a personal moving consultant with Erickson Realty and Moving Services, I can tell you from experience that the headaches of owning a house will quickly disappear when you move to an Erickson Living community. For example, my in-home consultations are absolutely free and come with no obligation. I quickly connect my customers with trusted and reputable vendors from real estate agents and moving companies to appraisers and estate sale planners. Most everyone I visit appreciates that I have tips and tools for moving, like how to tackle packing up that first closet. My goal is to make all of the components associated with moving as stress- and hassle-free as possible. So put down that socket wrench and stop waiting around for the repairman to show up. Call Erickson Realty and Moving Services and start really enjoying all that your retirement years are meant to be!

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