Packing up after final move


By Anna Carter

Dealing with a deceased estate can be time consuming, complex, emotionally challenging and – let’s face it – hard work. Often there are time pressures to get the property to market.

last willMove Managers is frequently called on to help to distribute furniture and personal items to family throughout the country or overseas, to sort, sell and donate other items and to prepare properties for sale.

The company, now into its fourth year of helping Waikato residents who are on the move, is credited with achieving excellent results quickly – often realising sales which offset costs such as home or garden maintenance, cleaning and rubbish removal.

We keep in regular contact with our clients, no matter where they are, with updates and progress reports and we keep a detailed inventory of items sold and donated.

We obtain quotes from our excellent network of sub-contractors before undertaking maintenance and our clients receive a full report detailing income and expenditure. Most importantly, they tell us, they feel in control of the process at all times.

We have recently emptied and readied for sale three, large, family homes for clients outside the region saving them time, money and worry. In each case we had the property ready for sale within a week.

Move Managers guarantees a safe, secure and professional service and is happy to provide references. We also provide a free consultation.

(Editor’s note: The issues dealt with by Move Managers as they help people move homes are universal. They show a slice of life that one day could be ours, our family’s or friends’. Tamahere Forum asked the company’s owner Anna Carter to share some of her experiences with readers.

Move Managers is a supporter of Tamahere Forum.)

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