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5 Things to Do Now to Capitalize on the Spring Housing Market

For seniors who have found the reason to move into a new home, the next step is the process of selling the old one. It may still be January, but don’t be fooled; now is the time to act to take advantage of the spring housing market. If you’re not prepared, attempting to sell in READ MORE

Top 5 Home Improvement Resolutions for Seniors in 2016

It’s a new year, and that means that it’s the perfect time to start looking ahead. For seniors, looking ahead can mean beginning to plan for the transition of moving out of their current home. Often, there are a few home improvement projects that can greatly improve the value of a home and go a READ MORE

Top 10 Considerations When Choosing a Community

There are a lot of factors to consider when it comes to choosing a senior living community. Like all moves, the decision is a big one, and it can sometimes feel overwhelming to choose a new home with so many options available. The good news, though, is that when you carefully consider what lifestyle elements READ MORE

Stories from 2015

As 2015 draws to a close, we’re thankful for the opportunity to pause and reflect on all of the great moments that we’ve experienced in the past year at TAD Relocation. Being Senior Move Managers means being involved in big moments in people’s lives. We are always honored to serve our clients in these moments READ MORE

When is the Right Time to Move?

At TAD Relocation, one of the things we hear most often is, “If I would have known moving would have been this easy, I would have moved years ago.” The simple truth is that when moving is managed well it can be an easy and seamless event that brings positive change. With that in mind, READ MORE

Avoiding Hallway Drama on Move-In Day

There’s usually a lot going on during move-in day. Movers tote boxes of stuff through hallways and up staircases, family members work busily around rooms, as the residents settle into their new home and community. The busyness of the entire process can be a bit intimidating and stressful. The last thing that anyone wants is READ MORE

Top Senior-Friendly Products for Christmas

As the holiday season approaches, it’s the perfect time to find gifts for the aging adults in your life. These days, there are an abundance of senior-friendly products available that are meant to make seniors’ lives easier and more fun. We’ve taken a look across several product categories and found a few great items to READ MORE

All Movers are Not Created Equal

Some decisions are easy, like choosing to eat out instead of scavenging in the fridge for three-day-old leftovers. Some decisions aren’t as easy, like choosing whom to marry. What makes the difference? Well, generally there are three factors that influence how difficult decision-making is: the amount of available choices, the perceived degree of difference between READ MORE

DIY of Selling Your Stuff

DIYer (Do-It-Yourselfer): someone who loves getting things done using their own two hands, a little bit of creativity, and, very occasionally, the directions. When moving, it’s usually necessary to sell some of the old items that you won’t be able to take with you to your new home. If you’re a DIYer, chances are that READ MORE