Our mission is to support seniors and their loved ones in the transition to senior living by eliminating the barriers and stress of unlocking the equity in their home.
We know the challenges you're facing, and our goal is to support you in this journey to cover as many of those challenges as possible with compassion so you can focus on what really matters: Getting the best care.
Our support begins with hearing your story. We want to understand your unique journey so we can tailor the process to fit you and your loved ones needs.
Next, we will set up a time on your schedule to meet at the home and walk through with you. Our goal is to provide you with multiple options regarding the home and help you understand the benefits, flexibility, and timing of each.
One of the options will be a fully transparent offer that is grounded in facts and market research, and we will review it with you in detail so you understand exactly how we got there.
Regardless of which option you choose, we will be with you through every step of the process. You're navigating so much right now, let us take this off your plate.
We can help with more than the house, too!
We often hear that families have more concerns about what to do with the contents of the home than the home itself. We get it, and just like the house, there are many options that can be tailored to meet your family's needs. From recommendations for local resources like estate sales or donations to handling anything that no longer fits your family's needs, we have you covered.
TRANSITIONING TO SENIOR LIVING?
New Legacy Homes
New Legacy Homes
Real estate agents do not buy houses, we do. Our process requires no renovating, no staging, no showings, and more importantly no realtor fees. In fact, there are no fees for our service at all, for the family or your community!
Think of us as trusted advisors that help support families and the senior through their transition into long term care. Our value comes in making the home sale and transition process quick and efficient while at the same time being respectful and compassionate during this challenging time for families.