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Linden Ponds
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, Linden Ponds Personal Moving Consultant Lynne Ford was still on hand to help incoming community members with their downsizing and decluttering via Zoom and FaceTime.

Decluttering and downsizing can be a challenging process. If you’ve lived in your home for many years, you’ve probably accumulated a lot of stuff you no longer need in your closets, basement, and attic. Sorting through and parting with personal items is often difficult because of our emotional association with them.

Linden Ponds
Kitty Ward says one of her favorite features of her Fulton-style apartment home is the floor-to-ceiling bay window where her houseplants thrive.

When it comes to selecting an apartment home at Linden Ponds, community members can choose from among a variety of spacious one- and two-bedroom styles.

Highland Springs
Grady and Cherie Venable are seen here smiling in a field of pink tulips. They both wear light blue shirts.

When Highland Springs made plans to open their newest residence building Lakeview Pointe in April 2020, they couldn’t have anticipated how COVID-19 would disrupt nearly all facets of life.

Greenspring
Greenspring student employees pause for a smile before they personally deliver community member meals during the COVID-19 shelter-at-home directive.

Greenspring, an Erickson Living-managed community in Springfield, Va., employs numerous high school and college students, most as members of the dining services team serving as servers in the community’s five restaurants. 

Greenspring
Personal Moving Consultant Lauren Askey and preferred real estate agent David Billups are the perfect team when it comes to selling a house and moving to Greenspring.

Despite the changes resulting from COVID-19, people throughout the country are continuing to search for and purchase their next home. According to the Northern Virginia Association of Realtors (NVAR), “the number of properties going under contract and closing have essentially tracked with the usual seasonal patterns.”

Fox Run
Fox Run Personal Moving Consultant Kristen Yaquinto was available throughout the coronavirus pandemic to help prospective residents with downsizing and decluttering needs, using a variety of ways to help ensure a successful outcome for her clients.

Decluttering and downsizing can be a challenging process. If you’ve lived in your house for many years, you’ve probably accumulated a lot of stuff you no longer need in your closets, basement, and attic. Sorting through and parting with personal items is often difficult because of our emotional association with them.

Fox Run
Karen Luetje says the Fairmont apartment home she shares with her husband Bob has ample living space.

When it comes to selecting an apartment home at Fox Run, community members can choose from among a variety of spacious one- and two-bedroom styles.

Eagle's Trace
Sales Counselor Jodie Schroeder, left, and Personal Moving Consultant Haven Benoit are finding innovative solutions to help future residents move to Eagle’s Trace.

Business as usual has been anything but usual since the threat of COVID-19 shut down vast swaths of the economy. Real estate, typically bustling in the Houston region, slowed down almost overnight as people observed safer-at-home mandates and physical distancing.

Wind Crest
Since their move in 2014, Ken and Karen Pinkham have taken advantage of all Wind Crest has to offer. Even though some of those offerings have been updated to reflect safety protocols, the spirit and camaraderie are still alive.

A common thread of holistic well-being runs throughout the myriad programs and activities found at Wind Crest, the Erickson Living-managed community in Highlands Ranch, Colo.

Blueprint for a healthier life