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New York Times profiles Move Managers

posted Apr 1, 2013, 8:53 AM by Diane Scarpinato

The New York Times recently profiled the benefits of hiring a Move Manager to oversee your move. Here's what the article had to say:

"For those downsizing to smaller quarters later in life — usually an apartment or retirement community — a move manager can coordinate a move and configure a new home setup.

Clients need advice on choosing which furniture, collectibles and household goods make the cut to head over to the new residence. A move manager can assess what can be sold, donated or given to friends and family, and might even be in charge of shopping for new furniture that suits the new home, or organizing and running an estate or yard sale.

This job calls for configuring and cajoling, and the moves involved are fraught with emotion. A calm but take-charge demeanor is a desirable personality trait."

Read the whole article here:

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