Article by Lucille Rosetti
How to Relocate After the Loss of a Loved One
The death of a spouse or a loved one and moving are among life’s most stressful events, so why would you consider combining them? While you have to examine your financial situation, family, and job status, there are several benefits that come with moving after a loss. Even though you can’t escape grief, researchers have found that discovering meaning for life after a loss can help one adapt. Whether it’s the next town over or across the country, a change of scenery can be just what you need to help you cope with the past while looking toward the future.
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“I must admit that I was blown away with the amount of work that Chuck has done to help us with this transaction.
The property was originally offered at a price above market. Chuck did an amazing job of analyzing all of the comps in the area and preparing multiple documents that convinced the seller to move forward with our offer.
He helped us resolve the hand full of offers / counter offer issues related to rent back arrangements and other details. He has also taken a huge amount of his time to coordinate all of the follow up activities (inspections, appraisal, etc.) so that the escrow can close without any hitches.
If you do not already have an agreement with another Realtor, it would be worth your time to give Chuck a call to see if he can help you.”
Thom & Suzanne Kay
San Jose, CA
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