The Cost of Senior Care and Your Options

Eye-opening information about the cost of caring for our seniors.

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Are you the caregiver of a senior loved one? Have you ever wondered how expensive the cost of long term senior care is for your elderly loved? Do you have any idea how much the average cost is for a nursing home or an assisted living community or the cost of in-home care services?

This is part of our 2023 best in class continuing series of article and helpful tips and insights into senior care and senior transition services by Nick Santoro and Joe Santoro of Personal Property Managers. Personal Property Managers specializes in senior transition services such as downsizing, content clean out and removal, estate sales, full service real estate and property sale and moving.

During this challenging time in the Corona Virus and COVID-19 era, we help families that are unable travel or tend to their property needs by providing a true one-stop resource. Additionally, we help family transition elderly loved ones from independent living to senior care communities and help them pay for a loved ones long term care with our full line of services. We are focused on making life just a little easier for families during often difficult times. With Personal Property Managers, one call does it all.

We’d like to share with you some recent information conducted by Genworth Financial about the cost of caring for our seniors. We think this will not only be informative but a real eye opener.

This year’s annual cost-of-care survey by Genworth Financial shows that the national, median annual cost for care in an assisted-living facility is about $54,000, or $4,500 per month.

The average cost of an assisted-living facility nationwide has increased 6.29% annually over the past five years, according to the study.

Nationwide, the cost for a private nursing home room rose about 6.4% annually over the past five years to $108,405 or $9,034 per month.

This is part of a 14 year study surveying about 15,000 providers of long-term care services nationwide.

About 70% of people older than 65 will need some form of long-term care services, but costs for those services have been rising for years. The average length of a long-term care claim is about three years.

The world’s population is aging at a faster rate than ever before and people are living longer. Every day until 2030, 10,000 Baby Boomers will turn 65, and 7 out of 10 people will require long term care in their lifetime.

Nationally, the 2021 median hourly cost for the services of a homemaker or in-home health aide hired from a home care agency is $27.

The real challenge is how to pay for the long term care of our elderly.

There are several options. One is to secure a long term care insurance policy. However, the cost for this type of insurance is often very expensive and will depend on the age of the client. The older the client is the more costly it is on an annualized basis.

Often times families are forced to pay for the cost of their loved ones long term care by liquidating their assets. This means selling the home of their loved one and liquidating their financial assets such as stocks and bonds and other holdings. Then depending upon the state you live in, Medicaid will step in, but they use a 5 year look back to determine eligibility and need. In other words, virtually all assets must be exhausted before the state Medicaid system will step in again, this depends upon the state in which you live in.

At Personal Property Managers, we can help families pay for a loved ones long term care. How? We take care of everything relating to a loved ones home and their contents. We help liquidate the contents of a loved ones home. Then we get a home market ready for sale and then can help sell the property to help free up funds to pay for a loved ones long term care. This can be a exhausting and emotional process. We help move the process along with our one stop services. With one call, Personal Property Managers does it all.

We offer 6 primary services to help families or executors. They are:

Additional info can be found on this brief 90 second video or a full array of great tips and insights and video by clicking on our resource page.

For more insights, tips and videos please visit our Resource Page in the About us tab.

For more information on real estate or home downsizing please contact Nick Santoro or Joe Santoro of Personal Property Managers at 215-485-9272 or 908-368-1909. Personal Property Managers specializes in helping home owners transition from their home of many years into a new community. Personal Property Managers services Pennsylvania and New Jersey and offers downsizing services, estate sales services, home staging, discount full service real estate services via its association with EveryHome Realty. Learn more about Personal Property Managers from our recent News Stories.

Top 6 Reasons your home is not selling

Often, the reason a home sits on the market for longer than expected boils down to a few easy-to-fix issues.

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Nothing’s more frustrating for a seller than having your home sit on the market. And sit… and sit… and sit some more. Maybe buyers are touring your house, but not making offers. Or maybe buyers aren’t visiting your home at all. Either way, you’re starting to feel rejected. Often, the reason a home sits on the market for longer than expected boils down to a few easy-to-fix issues. Here are six of the big reasons your home may not be selling.

This is part of our 2023 best in class continuing series of articles and helpful tips and insights into helping you sell and market your home by Nick Santoro and Joe Santoro of Personal Property Managers. Personal Property Managers specializes in real estate sales and marketing, home downsizing, content clean out and removal and estate sales, and services Pennsylvania and New Jersey. These tips and insights are especially important and true in the environment we are in today, with the global economy turned upside down, massive job losses, and the need for extreme social distancing due to the Corona Virus, which causes the COVID-19 disease.

Additionally, during this challenging time in the Corona Virus and COVID-19 era, we help families that are unable travel or tend to their property needs by providing a true one-stop resource. We are focused on making life just a little easier for families during often difficult times. With Personal Property Managers, one call does it all.

1. You’ve priced your home too high.
No matter what you feel your home should be worth, the truth is it’s only worth what people are willing to pay for it. Get a feel for what the comps – or comparable homes in your area – are going for and listen to buyer feedback. If people are consistently telling you the price is an issue, it’s time to pay attention. Trust your real estate agent to inform you about a fair price for the current market, and if you’re truly dead-set on getting your ideal asking price, take an honest look at whether you need to make upgrades to your home or wait for a market uptick.

2. No one knows your home is for sale.
Simply sticking a “for sale” sign in the lawn won’t cut it. Today’s buyers do the majority of their home searching online, which means you need to get your home listed on major real estate sites and on the MLS, or the multiple listing service, used by realtors and brokers. You’ll also want to make sure your online listing includes plenty of high-quality, well-staged photos. Today, now more than ever it is important that you have your Realtor video your home as more and more buyers are choosing to preview a home in advance, on-line before venturing out to take a personal tour of the property. So make sure it is cleaned up and cleaned out so that it will show well via the video virtual tour.

3. Your home has some major issues.
It could be a big issue (like a old and leaking roof), or it could be a small but obnoxious issue that buyers just can’t get past (like outdated carpeting or wall paper). Either way, the fact that your home isn’t selling means buyers are consistently finding something wrong with it. Ask potential buyers for feedback after you conduct showings; their answers may help clue you in to the problem. Some buyers are willing to accept a lower price or a closing credit for a home with a sticking-point issue, but others are turned off from the start and figure it’s not worth the hassle of fixing it themselves or trying to negotiate a concession.

4. Your home does not have curb appeal and just does not show well.
Make sure that when prospective buyers tour your home, there’s nothing stopping them from falling in love with it. Open those blinds and curtains to let the natural light in and put lamps in areas that are especially dim. Remove any bulky furniture that makes the rooms hard to navigate. Take care of those small items you’ve been putting off, like fixing sticky drawer pulls or that leaky faucet. Small updates like these could be turning off buyers.

5. Buyers can’t picture themselves living there.
The more you enable buyers to picture their own life in your house, the more likely they’ll be to make an offer. Clean and remove clutter and get rid of overly personal items like those family photos along the stairway and your kids’ artwork on the fridge. If your home is currently empty, near-empty, or your furnishings aren’t to most buyers’ tastes, you may want to consider hiring someone to professionally stage your rooms.

6. You’ve neglected the curb appeal.
More than one buyer has pulled up to a house whose listing they liked, taken one look at the exterior, and driven away. It doesn’t matter how gorgeous your home is on the inside; if buyers aren’t willing to step in the door, then you’ve lost them.

A few simple fixes can make your curb appeal irresistible. Weed and mulch the flowerbeds, trim the hedges, clear the walkways, and repaint any flaking siding. Consider adding some “homey” touches like a wreath on the door or a bench on the porch. You don’t need to spend a ton on landscaping; just making the outside look presentable and welcoming can make all the difference.

More information can be found on who we are and the reasons your home is not selling via these brief video links.

We offer 6 primary services to help families or executors. They are:

Additional info can be found on this brief 90 second video or a full array of great tips and insights and video by clicking on our resource page.

For more insights, tips and videos please visit our Resource Page in the About us tab.

For more information on real estate or home downsizing please contact Nick Santoro or Joe Santoro of Personal Property Managers at 215-485-9272 or 908-368-1909. Personal Property Managers specializes in helping home owners transition from their home of many years into a new community. Personal Property Managers services Pennsylvania and New Jersey and offers downsizing services, estate sales services, home staging, discount full service real estate services via its association with EveryHome Realty. Learn more about Personal Property Managers from our recent News Stories.

Home Selling Tips for Pet Lovers

If you are selling your home it is very important that you understand how important it is to make your home pet neutral.

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Home Selling Tips PA NJIf Home selling tips for pet owners: Removing signs of pets can help a home sell faster and for more money

News flash…although you may love your pet and feel that it’s a part of the family, not everyone may feel the same way, especially prospective home buyers who may be turned off by pet odors, worn yards and scratches on floors and walls. So, what is a home seller with pets to do?

We are sharing insights to pet owners who are trying to sell your home. In fact, we advise animal-owning sellers to rid their home of any evidence of pet damage or animal scents before opening their doors to potential buyers.

Appealing to buyers who may not love pets as much as you do can boost your chances of getting top dollar for your house.

This is part of our 2022 best in class continuing series of articles by Nick Santoro and Joe Santoro of Personal Property Managers, who service Pennsylvania and New Jersey and specialize in real estate, property management, home content downsizing and estate sale services.

Addressing Outside Pet Needs
While a spacious backyard is a plus in the eyes of most buyers, pet-related landmines and holes typically aren’t on a buyer’s list of wants. To get your yard visitor-ready, we recommend filling in any doggy-dug holes and scooping the poop.

Additionally, be sure to check your fencing, deck, and porch for any marks from scratching or chewing. Most pet-related scratches and damage can be easily repaired with a little sandpaper and stain.

Addressing Inside Pet Needs
First impressions are everything, but dog toys and pet odors don’t exactly enhance a home’s initial appeal. Get your home ready by ousting any evidence of pets, including:
• Pet belongings. Collect toys, bowls, beds, crates, cat trees, and litter boxes and keep them out of sight. We even recommend hiding pet photos.
 Scents. Get rid of potentially off-putting animal scents by lighting candles, opening windows, or hiring a professional carpet cleaning crew to deodorize your domicile.
• Scratches. If your hardwood floors have a few battle scars to show for their years of being trodden upon by pets, consider having them resurfaced.
• Remove Your Pet(s). Leaving your pet in the house during showings isn’t the best idea. They could dart out an open door or pose a liability issue if they behave in a less-than-friendly manner toward strangers. If you can’t take your pets with you, let a friend or relative care for them or board them at a kennel.

Please remember that you only have one time to make a good first impression, be that a buyer or with other realtors, so please keep this in mind if you are a home seller with pets. You do not want to sabotage your chances of success by not being mindful of other people’s opinions of pets.

More information can be found on who we are and look through the eyes of the buyer via these brief video links.

For more insights, tips and videos please visit our Resource Page in the About us tab.

We offer 6 primary services to help families or executors. They are:

Additional info can be found on this brief 90 second video or a full array of great tips and insights and video by clicking on our resource page.

For more information on real estate or home downsizing please contact Nick Santoro or Joe Santoro of Personal Property Managers at 215-485-9272 or 908-368-1909. Personal Property Managers specializes in helping home owners transition from their home of many years into a new community. Personal Property Managers services Pennsylvania and New Jersey and offers downsizing services, estate sales services, home staging, discount full service real estate services via its association with EveryHome Realty. Learn more about Personal Property Managers from our recent News Stories.

Transitioning and Moving an Aging Loved One?

We are senior real estate, downsizing and home cleanout service specialists. We help seniors, caregivers and their loved ones transition from current living environments to senior communities, assisted living, nursing homes or retirement living. We are a one-stop solution helping clients sell their home, while taking care of all downsizing, de-cluttering, clean up, charitable donations of belongings, and selling home contents.

icensed realtors and certified discount Senior Real Estate Specialists via our association with EveryHome Realty, we can help you sell and maximize the value of your home and can handle everything relating to your move. We have developed a special 2022 best-in-class portfolio of services, with the knowledge and experience to assist you or your caregiver to help you move forward. Click here for tips and insights. Read our latest News Story to learn more about us.

We appreciate that a senior’s home represents a lifetime of hard work and fond memories. We are mindful that a move for a senior citizen has many financial and emotional considerations. We provide the one-stop solution you are looking for.

During this challenging time in the Corona Virus and COVID-19 era, we help families that are unable travel or tend to their property needs by providing a true one-stop resource. We are focused on making life just a little easier for families during often difficult times. With Personal Property Managers, one call does it all.

We offer 6 primary services to help families or executors. They are:

Additional info can be found on this brief 90 second video or a full array of great tips and insights and video by clicking on our resource page.

Our one-stop senior real estate services saves you time, money and reduces the stress and headaches associated with transitioning from independent living to assisted living or retirement care.

We are Alzheimer Association volunteer support group faciliators. We also work with and recommend A Place for Mom as a resource for finding senior housing and care options.

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How Our Process Works

We begin by meeting with you or your caregiver personally. This allows us to understand your personal needs. A personal and comfortable fit built on understanding and trust is very important. As you can imagine each client has unique and special needs, thus we tailor our solutions to meet your individualized needs and circumstances. From this point, we begin to develop a customized program to meet your specific goals.

As certified discount Senior Real Estate Specialists, we then conduct a comprehensive market analysis, which will help give you a feel for the value of your home. Inclusive in this analysis, will be an assessment of the condition of the property, which will have a significant impact on the value of the home. This drives the marketing strategy needed to help us sell your property. We then will evaluate the contents of the property with you to ascertain what you wish to keep, give to friends and family, donate, shed, discard or move to your new home. A full inventory is done at this time and is sorted based on your direction to us.

For items of value, we will coordinate an appraisal and help you sell off some of your contents to help defray costs.

For items you wish to part with, we will arrange for the disposal of them (working in compliance with local laws and ordinances) or donate them to charitable organizations. For items you wish to keep, we can arrange for them to be packed and moved. We then work with you to determine a moving schedule.

Please note that the market for pre-owned items is entirely based upon the style, age and condition of your contents. As a result, not all things are saleable. Additionally, there will always be two different sets of values to any items. There is the seller’s perceived value, which may have a high emotional and sentimental value, and then there is the potential buyer’s view of the contents value, which is generally very different. Please remember that something is only worth what someone else is willing to pay for it. To learn more, please click here to view a short article we wrote on this subject or click on our Resource link page for a host of other insights into selling pre-owned items, home downsizing, home sales information and elder care.

We can even assist in creating a floor plan for items going into your new home and help you move, unpack and organize. Lastly, we can assist in a final cleaning of your property as part of the downsizing and de-cluttering process which is all geared to help us to help you sell your property at the maximum value.

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Why Choose Personal Property Managers

We are an award winning organization dedicated to providing personalized services and offering you solutions that are tailored to your specific needs. For more insights, tips and videos please visit our Resource Page in the About us tab.

We tend to your property and its contents like it was our own. We know that often times a move, a home downsizing or sale can be overwhelming and physically demanding. We can handle everything for you. When you call us, you get us. We are on site at every job. You can rely on us and trust us. With Personal Property Managers…one call does it all. We are Estate Specialists, are licensed Realtors in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and are certified Senior Real Estate Specialist�via EveryHome Realty, RS308044 and 1326862. Please call us for a free consultation at 215-485-9272 or 908-368-1909.

Real Estate Tends – What’s Happening Today

Times have changes. 3 recent changes and how to deal with them

Home Selling Tips PA NJIf you are interested in buying or selling a home in todays market you have seen many changes in the latter half of 2002. Interest rates have doubled from under 3% to 6% and now over 7% in the past few months. So, unlike the past few years, when anyone who wanted to sell their home was pretty much guaranteed a buyer, this is no longer the case.

During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, a seller’s market reigned, where buyers would do just about anything to get a house, from offering way over the asking price to waiving contingencies. Home prices were going up around 20% per year for the last 3-4 years. Well now the pendulum has begun to swing from a sellers’ market to a buyers’ market.

In this article, we will share with you some recent developments and changes for both buyers and sellers in the real estate marketplace and some suggestions to overcome these developments.

This is part of an on-going 2022 best in class series of helpful real estate articles by Nick Santoro and Joe Santoro of Personal Property Managers who service Pennsylvania and New Jersey and specialize in real estate, home content downsizing, property management, estate sales and home watch services. These tips and insights are especially important in the economic environment we are in today, with the global economy turned upside down. Additionally, during this challenging time, we help families that are unable travel or tend to their property needs by providing a true one-stop resource. We are focused on making life just a little easier for families during often difficult times. With Personal Property Managers, one call does it all.

One recent study found that because of changes in the marketplace, along with increased mortgage interest rates and the economy in general, it was found that 1 in 5 real estate deals fell through in the past 6 months. The signs of stress have become blatant. Recent data showed that in September, existing home sales dropped 24%; the eighth straight monthly decline, marking the longest slide since 2007. Behind the deteriorating housing market is the Federal Reserve, which is aggressively raising interest rates to fight 40-year high inflation. This has sent mortgage rates soaring to 20-year highs. In fact, mortgage interest rates have more than doubled in the past year. For example, a buyer who wanted to finance a $500,000 mortgage has seen their payments rise over $1,000 per month or over $12,000 per year. In many cases, this is a deal breaker. So both sellers and buyers need to be mindful of interest rate trends and adjust their expectations accordingly.

Some of the reasons these deals are failing run the gamut, but one common theme is economic uncertainty. 16% of deals fell through due to buyer’s job loss and in 23% buyers pulled out because they were afraid of a recession.

“Consumers are feeling uneasy about the current state of housing and the economy,” says Joe Santoro. “Today’s market is different than it was just six months ago.”

Since selling a home today is no longer a given, sellers whose homes are on the market right now might be worried. While not all contracts can be saved, many can if sellers know how to properly vet a buyer and make sure they’re prepared for any curveballs that might hit before closing day. In this short article, we will share with you the most frequent deal-killing pitfalls, as well as how to avoid them so that your own contract successfully crosses the finish line.

1. Higher interest rates interfere with buyer financing
Back when the market was booming and mortgage interest rates were low, many buyers could finance a home purchase without a problem. But now that interest rates have essentially doubled in the past year (from the 3% to 6% and now approaching the 7% range), buyers can’t afford what they used to. In fact, a recent survey found that of the real estate contracts that didn’t close, 42% was due to the mortgage application being denied and 31% was due to higher interest rates.

How to save the deal: “The best bet for sellers is to require a recent pre-approval letter from the lender, written within the last 30 days,” says Nick Santoro. “This helps the seller by preventing a contract termination based on the loan’s monthly payments.”

Whenever interest rates are rising fast, sellers should ask if their buyers have a lock on their interest rate, which makes them immune to fluctuations within a certain time period. “Buyers that have a mortgage rate lock are more likely to close the purchase versus those that still need a rate lock,” says Nick.

“Home sellers should also be aware of some signs that a homebuyer is at higher risk for not closing on the deal,” says Joe. “These signs are a smaller down payment, a need for concessions or seller credits, and/or a pre-approval from an unknown lender.”

2. Homes aren’t appraising for what buyers offered
Another problem with loans today is that even if the buyer is solid, the property itself can throw a wrench in things if the appraisal falls short of what the buyers offered to pay. This is known as an appraisal gap, and it’s a huge problem for sellers and buyers right now.

Joe and Nick point out that recently some 35% of deals that fell through during the past year were because a home appraised came in significantly lower than the purchase price. Nick and Joe said that “Home sales are falling through because sellers are still pricing their homes as if it was six months ago, thinking they are going to be getting lots of offers over asking price.”

Even if sellers luck out and get a sky-high offer, a lower appraisal means the homebuyer has to figure out how to make up the difference. If the buyer can’t, or doesn’t want to, the deal is off.  A recent CMA or comparative market analysis is very important and can shed more light on market values and mortgage loan appraisals.

How to save the deal: When you’re looking to price your home, make sure you’re on target with what similar homes in your area have appraised for within the past three months. In general, you want to price your home within 10% of those numbers.  In addition, you will need to consider that the market is cooling.

“A seller reluctant to price their property at the lower market price may find themselves chasing a declining market,” says Nick. “And that can become extremely costly.”

3. Buyers are driving a harder bargain
When the market was red-hot, buyers were willing to give up a lot to win the bid. In many cases, that meant giving up contingencies for appraisals, financing, and home inspections. But now that buyers have a bit more leverage with negotiations, contingencies are back, particularly home inspections. And if your own home’s inspection uncovers termites or a leaky roof, know that buyers will dig in their heels today.

Joe points out that some 38% of home purchase deals that didn’t close in the past year was due to something found during a home inspection.

How to save the deal: As a seller today, you just have to accept that buyers will no longer throw caution to the wind and waive all contingencies. They have the leverage today to do their due diligence, and if a home inspection turns up problems, you may have to make repairs or other compromises to keep the buyer happy.

“One of the most common ways to save a deal from dying is to renegotiate fairly for both buyer and seller,” says Nick. “Whatever the buyer is looking to renegotiate should also be fair to the seller. Avoid any overabundant requests or higher price adjustments that are way out of whack.

As a seller right now, you’ve got to be willing to give a little. “Sellers that want the contract to move forward should be willing to work with the buyer,” says Joe. One way a seller can help the deal move forward is to consider helping with the closing costs or addressing many of the items on the home inspection list.

We hope you found this information on the recent changes to the real estate market and tips on how to save a deal insightful and helpful. More information can be found in the About us tab or by clicking on this tab to view our video of who we are .

We offer 6 primary services to help families or executors. They are:

Additional info can be found on this brief 90 second video or a full array of great tips and insights and video by clicking on our resource page.

For more insights, tips and videos please visit our Resource Page in the About us tab.

For more information on real estate or home downsizing please contact Nick Santoro or Joe Santoro of Personal Property Managers at 215-485-9272 or 908-368-1909. Personal Property Managers specializes in helping home owners transition from their home of many years into a new community. Personal Property Managers services Pennsylvania and New Jersey and offers downsizing services, estate sales services, home staging, discount full service real estate services via its association with EveryHome Realty. Learn more about Personal Property Managers from our recent News Stories.

Hoarder Home – Cleanout Help

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Is your home completely jammed with stuff? Have you accumulated just way too much stuff over the years, and can no longer move safely about your home? Are you a caregiver for an adult loved one that may need to transition from their home of many years into a senior care community but the house is just completely jammed with things accumulated over a lifetime? Do you need to sell your loved ones home, but cannot due to an overwhelming amount of debris? Are you an executor of an estate that is occupied by a hoarder and now need to clean it out to move on to the next phase? Do you feel overwhelmed and do not know where to begin? No problem. We can help. We are hoarder home, and extreme cleanout and home downsizing specialists, servicing Pennsylvania and New Jersey. We provide you with a one-stop solution. Our single source solution provides you with total peace of mind. We know that the process of extreme home downsizing, moving, selling and buying a new home is physically and mentally exhausting. With Personal Property Managers, one call does it all. We handle all your hoarder home and extreme property content downsizing, de-cluttering, content liquidation and real estate sale needs. Our goal is to help get your home market ready for sale and help you obtain its highest value. We provide special 2022 best-in-class portfolio of services to assist you.

During this challenging time in the Corona Virus and COVID-19 era, we help families that are unable travel or tend to their property needs by providing a true one-stop resource. We are focused on making life just a little easier for families during often difficult times. With Personal Property Managers, one call does it all.

We service Pennsylvania, and the counties of Bucks, Montgomery, Philadelphia, Delaware, Chester and the Main Line. In New Jersey, we service the counties of Hunterdon, Mercer, Monmouth, Morris, Burlington, Middlesex, Union, Ocean, Essex and Somerset.

We offer 6 primary services to help families or executors. They are:

Additional info can be found on this brief 90 second video or a full array of great tips and insights and video by clicking on our resource page.

We also offer discount real estate services via our association with EveryHome Realty. Learn more about Personal Property Managers from our recent News Stories.

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How Our Process Works

We begin by meeting with you personally. This allows us to understand your personal needs and for us to develop a tailored solution to meet your individual goals. We offer extreme cleaning and extreme home cleanout services, removing contents from hoarder homes to multi-million dollar homes.

As certified Senior Real Estate Specialist, we then conduct a comprehensive market analysis, which will help give you a feel for the value of your home, your contents and their value. We then will evaluate the contents of the property with you to ascertain what you wish to keep, give to friends and family, donate, shed, discard or move to your new home. A full inventory is done at this time and is sorted based on your direction to us. This allows us to begin the home cleanout and staging for you.

For items of value, we can facilitate an Estate Sale or help remove contents and liquidate them.

For items you wish to part with, we will arrange for the disposal of them or donate them to charitable organizations. For items you wish to keep, we can arrange for them to be packed and moved. We then work with you to determine a moving schedule.

We can assist in creating a floor plan for items that may be going into a new home and help you move, unpack and organize. Lastly, we can assist in a final cleaning of your property as part of our home downsizing and de-cluttering process, which is all geared to help you sell your property at the maximum value.

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Estate Sale and Content Liquidation Services

In addition to our home cleanout services and downsizing, we can help sell and liquidate all your household contents via an Estate Sale if your contents warrant it. Together we develop realistic fair market value price points for all household contents. We even develop special website pages to market your contents.

As your asset liquidator, we have found that prospective buyers feel that there is a greater perceived value when a professional estate liquidation firm conducts your household estate sale.

Please note that the market for pre-owned items is entirely based upon the style, age and condition of your contents. As a result, not all things are saleable. Additionally, there will always be two different sets of values to any items. There is the seller’s perceived value, which may have a high emotional and sentimental value, and then there is the potential buyer’s view of the contents value, which is generally very different. Please remember that something is only worth what someone else is willing to pay for it. To learn more, please click here to view a short article we wrote on this subject or click on our Resource link page for a host of other insights into selling pre-owned items, home downsizing, home sales information and elder care.

For more information on our estate sale process, please click here.

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Why Choose Personal Property Managers

We are an award winning organization dedicated to providing personalized services and offering you solutions that are tailored to your specific needs. For more insights, tips and videos please visit our Resource Page in the About us tab.

We tend to your property and its contents like it was our own. We know that often times a move, a home downsizing or sale can be overwhelming and physically demanding. We can handle everything for you. When you call us, you get us. We are on site at every job. You can rely on us and trust us. With Personal Property Managers…one call does it all. We are Estate Specialists, are licensed Realtors in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and are certified Senior Real Estate Specialist via EveryHome Realty, RS308044 and 1326862. Please call us for a free consultation at 215-485-9272 or 908-368-1909.

Moving? Downsizing? Why can’t I sell my home contents? Who wants my stuff?

Insights and Tips on the home content re-sale market

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Home Downsizing Tips PA NJAs home cleanout and content liquidation specialists, we are contacted multiple times each day from people who are either moving, downsizing, settling an estate or handling the affairs of an elderly loved and want to clean out their house and sell their home contents in 2022. Most of the people who call, begin by telling us they have a variety of items ranging from kitchen sets, living room sets, bedroom sets, china cabinets filled with all kinds of things and believe that buyers will want to flock to their home for a chance to buy their contents.

Let’s face it, we all think our home is worth a million bucks and the things that we have accumulated over the years are beautiful and everyone will them…right? Wrong.

This is part of our 2022 best in class series of articles by Nick Santoro and Joe Santoro of Personal Property Managers, who service Pennsylvania and New Jersey and specialize in real estate, property management, home content downsizing and estate sale services. These tips and insights are especially important in the environment we are in today, with the global economy turned upside down, massive job losses, and the need for extreme social distancing due to the Corona Virus. Additionally, during this challenging time we help families that are unable travel or tend to their property needs by providing a true one-stop resource. We are focused on making life just a little easier for families during often difficult times. With Personal Property Managers, one call does it all.

These four 90 second videos will give you further insight into trying to sell you home contents or considering an estate sale.

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Trying to Sell my Home Contents….Do they have any value?

We sell and liquidate the contents of your home

How to sell the contents of your home

In addition to the challenges of trying to sell your home contents as noted in this article and in our videos, we are now dealing with the Corona Virus and extreme social distancing. So ask yourself, in this day and age, would you want to go to a strangers home and buy pre-owned furniture? Probably not. Then on top of that, what most sellers never think of is the logistics and cost of simply moving an item from a sellers home to a buyers home? Who pays for that? This has to be factored into the selling price, if there is even a demand or interest in todays environment.

So does this mean you can not sell your pre-owned home contents? No. Absolutely not. You may be able to sell your older unwanted items, but understand that todays buyers tend to want more updated and contemporary items reflective of todays styles. Additionally, todays home owners tend to want a more simplified look and feel and not want many items that were popular years ago. So be realistic. When we conduct an on-site estate sale and content liquidation sale, we need to have a sufficient amount of quality and quantity of items to sell to justify the time and effort that goes into promoting a successful estate sale. This will give you an example of how we design special web marketing specificially to promote your estate sale (click here). This will give you a good feel for the effort and expertise that we put into every estate sale we do. In addition, we also provide signage, security, staffing and so much more. Additional info is found on our estate sale and content liquidation page (click here). So, please consider these facts and insights when you are contemplating your deisire to sell your contents.

How about trying to sell your household items on your own?

Are we saying that you cannot sell items in your home? No. Absolutely not. We are just trying to share with you insights into what is most desirable to buyers today and the dynamics of the market today. Naturally, you can trying to sell your household contents yourself, but be aware of the challenges you will face. Do you want strangers in your house? Be prepared for people who express interest to just not show up even when you feel you have a confirmed appointment. Be prepared for people who may show up, for them not to have the money to pay for the item that you agreed to over the phone or online. Be prepared for people to cancel appointments multiple times while you are on your way to meet them. So, it is not easy, but it is not impossible. Just be prepared.

OK, so if you cannot sell your stuff most people will say they will just contact a local charity and they will come over and pick it up; right? Wrong. Sorry. With the COVID environment we are in, charities are hesitant to come into your home. Then you have put yourself in the shoes of the buyer. Would you want to buy someone else items in this COVID era? Lastly, keep in mind that charities have a limited amount of physical space, so it is highly unlikely that they will come over and remove items that your own family did not want or that you could not sell. We know this may sound harsh, but it is true. On a worse case scenario, we can remove all your unwanted contents and help you cleanout and downsize your home and or get it market ready for sale.

Further information and perspective, especially in these changing times is noted below.

Things have really changed over the last few years. Items that people thought were valuable years ago, such as collectable figurines or china cabinets filled with plates and glassware are no longer in style. Furniture that is still functional but is 20 years old is just not in style or in demand today. We have found that 50 is the magic age. People over the age of 50 already have many of the things that people want to sell and do not want any more of it. People under age 50 simply do not have interest in many of the things that people want to sell. It all boils down to style, age, condition and desirability. We always tell people that it does not matter what you paid for it…something is only worth what someone else is willing to pay for it. The simple test we ask people to do is invite friends and family over to let them take what they want. You’ll be surprised by the reaction you get. The majority of folks will say thanks but no thanks and will take nothing. Yes, it’s sad but true.

This is part of a continuing series of helpful articles from Joe Santoro and Nick Santoro of Personal Property Managers to assist you in home downsizing, content liquidation and full service discount real estate services. Personal Property Managers services clients in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. These tips and insights are especially important and true in the environment we are in today, with the global economy turned upside down, massive job losses, and the need for extreme social distancing due to the Corona Virus, which causes the COVID-19 disease. Additionally, during this challenging time in the Corona Virus and COVID-19 era, we help families that are unable travel or tend to their property needs by providing a true one-stop resource. We are focused on making life just a little easier for families during often difficult times. With Personal Property Managers, one call does it all.

Our clients are often shocked to find out that no one in their family wants their china or old dining room set, but they still believe that someone else will certainly want it. Doesn’t it tell you something when your own family or friends don’t want your stuff?

Millennials and Gen Xers are resistant to the influx of furniture, kitchenware, and general stuff that comes with their parents’ downsizing.

Parents are often frustrated that they cannot even donate it. Then there is the challenge of content disposal and the transportation of it. When folks tell us their stuff is 20 or 30 years old, we have to tell them that there is little to no value to it. They often then get frustrated and don’t want to pay for the transportation costs associated with loading, driving and unloading their stuff just to get rid of it.

What about antiques? Unfortunately, the antique market has dropped off dramatically for all the same reasons. The younger generation just does not have the interest that there was some 15 to 20 years ago with antiques. So what is hot? Its furniture and items that are more contemporary in style and age. Items that are 3 – 7 years old and in great condition still have a market. This is typically called transitional furniture. We always ask people, how much would you pay for a 20 year old couch? If the answer is, I would not…or maybe $20…well then you really have your answer…don’t you?

It’s not all that surprising when you think about it. For one thing, younger generations might not have the space to store table service for 12. The average age of homeownership has been pushed back, and the number of millennials who own homes is at a record low.

Experts say it’s partly economic — 20- and 30-somethings buckling under student-loan debt and having trouble securing work right out of school don’t have the disposable income for many of the traditional life markers, like buying a home or getting married — but these grown kids may also have different value systems. On top of this 40 and 50-year-old parents are struggling with trying to figure out how to pay for their kids’ college and are nervous with today’s ever changing job market.

Consider some of the movements of the past few years:

Tiny houses. Tiny houses are less costly and have extremely limited storage. But that’s not deterring the people flocking to more-limited living space.
Scaled down capsule wardrobes. One of the hottest trends in the fashion blogosphere in the past few years is the capsule wardrobe, in which you wear only a fraction of the clothes you own, ultimately aiming to isolate those you no longer need.

Early retirement. The way people retire is changing, and some people are doing it earlier than ever through a combination of aggressive frugality and extreme saving.

Renting everything. Many younger adults see the appeal of renting everything, including homes phones and cars; and companies are happy to help them do it.
Experiences over things. Psychological research has repeatedly found that spending money on experiences rather than tangible things makes people happier, a concept embraced by 20- and 30-somethings, some of whom even cast aside traditional jobs and lifestyles to travel the world.

Large expenses – College bills and Credit card debt. Both parents and younger adults do not have the disposable income that was available years ago due to large college loans and ever-growing credit card debt

Low cost new furniture. The market place is flooded with new and lower priced furniture that is more in line with today’s style and preferences. It may not last as long as the well-made furniture of the past, but today’s buyers get bored with their furniture after 7 to 10 years and would rather buy new furniture and change the look of their home more frequently.

The younger adult generations simply want something different from their parents.

The good news is that we can help clean-out your house, help downsize family’s homes and liquidate your contents for items that are saleable and in demand. We offer on-site estate sale services and can remove contents and sell them via our array of proprietary resources.

We offer 6 primary services to help families or executors. They are:

Additional info can be found on this brief 90 second video or a full array of great tips and insights and video by clicking on our resource page.

For more insights, tips and videos please visit our Resource Page in the About us tab.

For more information on real estate or home downsizing please contact Nick Santoro or Joe Santoro of Personal Property Managers at 215-485-9272 or 908-368-1909. Personal Property Managers specializes in helping home owners transition from their home of many years into a new community. Personal Property Managers services Pennsylvania and New Jersey and offers downsizing services, estate sales services, home staging, discount full service real estate services via its association with EveryHome Realty. Learn more about Personal Property Managers from our recent News Stories.

Senior Transition – Downsizing and Cleanout Services

We are senior real estate, downsizing and home cleanout service specialists. We help seniors, caregivers and their loved ones transition from current living environments to senior communities, assisted living, nursing homes or retirement living. We are a one-stop solution helping clients sell their home, while taking care of all downsizing, de-cluttering, clean up, charitable donations of belongings, and selling home contents.

As licensed realtors and certified discount Senior Real Estate Specialists via our association with EveryHome Realty, we can help you sell and maximize the value of your home and can handle everything relating to your move. We have developed a special 2022 best-in-class portfolio of services, with the knowledge and experience to assist you or your caregiver to help you move forward. Click here for tips and insights. Read our latest News Story to learn more about us.

We appreciate that a senior’s home represents a lifetime of hard work and fond memories. We are mindful that a move for a senior citizen has many financial and emotional considerations. We provide the one-stop solution you are looking for.

During this challenging time in the Corona Virus and COVID-19 era, we help families that are unable travel or tend to their property needs by providing a true one-stop resource. We are focused on making life just a little easier for families during often difficult times. With Personal Property Managers, one call does it all.

We offer 6 primary services to help families or executors. They are:

Additional info can be found on this brief 90 second video or a full array of great tips and insights and video by clicking on our resource page.

Our one-stop senior real estate services saves you time, money and reduces the stress and headaches associated with transitioning from independent living to assisted living or retirement care.

We are Alzheimer Association volunteer support group faciliators. We also work with and recommend A Place for Mom as a resource for finding senior housing and care options.

Bucks County Home Downsizing

Home Downsizing Services

How Our Process Works

We begin by meeting with you or your caregiver personally. This allows us to understand your personal needs. A personal and comfortable fit built on understanding and trust is very important. As you can imagine each client has unique and special needs, thus we tailor our solutions to meet your individualized needs and circumstances. From this point, we begin to develop a customized program to meet your specific goals.

As certified discount Senior Real Estate Specialists, we then conduct a comprehensive market analysis, which will help give you a feel for the value of your home. Inclusive in this analysis, will be an assessment of the condition of the property, which will have a significant impact on the value of the home. This drives the marketing strategy needed to help us sell your property. We then will evaluate the contents of the property with you to ascertain what you wish to keep, give to friends and family, donate, shed, discard or move to your new home. A full inventory is done at this time and is sorted based on your direction to us.

For items of value, we will coordinate an appraisal and help you sell off some of your contents to help defray costs.

For items you wish to part with, we will arrange for the disposal of them (working in compliance with local laws and ordinances) or donate them to charitable organizations. For items you wish to keep, we can arrange for them to be packed and moved. We then work with you to determine a moving schedule.

Please note that the market for pre-owned items is entirely based upon the style, age and condition of your contents. As a result, not all things are saleable. Additionally, there will always be two different sets of values to any items. There is the seller’s perceived value, which may have a high emotional and sentimental value, and then there is the potential buyer’s view of the contents value, which is generally very different. Please remember that something is only worth what someone else is willing to pay for it. To learn more, please click here to view a short article we wrote on this subject or click on our Resource link page for a host of other insights into selling pre-owned items, home downsizing, home sales information and elder care.

We can even assist in creating a floor plan for items going into your new home and help you move, unpack and organize. Lastly, we can assist in a final cleaning of your property as part of the downsizing and de-cluttering process which is all geared to help us to help you sell your property at the maximum value.

Estate Sale Services Pennsylvania (PA)

Why Choose Personal Property Managers

We are an award winning organization dedicated to providing personalized services and offering you solutions that are tailored to your specific needs. For more insights, tips and videos please visit our Resource Page in the About us tab.

We tend to your property and its contents like it was our own. We know that often times a move, a home downsizing or sale can be overwhelming and physically demanding. We can handle everything for you. When you call us, you get us. We are on site at every job. You can rely on us and trust us. With Personal Property Managers…one call does it all. We are Estate Specialists, are licensed Realtors in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and are certified Senior Real Estate Specialist�via EveryHome Realty, RS308044 and 1326862. Please call us for a free consultation at 215-485-9272 or 908-368-1909.

Estate Executors – Help and Resources

Estate Executor – Home Downsizing, Content Liquidation and Real Estate Services

Are you the executor of an estate? If you are in charge of helping to liquidate and sell the contents of a loved ones home, or need to downsize and declutter the property to get it market ready for sale, then you know how physically, mentally and emotionally draining this can be. Do you need to conduct an estate content assessment to evaluate the value of an estates contents and have it photographed and documented? Do you feel overwhelmed and do not know where to begin? Are you looking for a one-stop resource to provide assistance? No problem. We can help. We specialize in providing a one stop, single source solution to help executors take care of all the work with home downsizing, decluttering, getting a home market ready for sale, providing full service discount real estate services, and in helping to liquidate the contents of a loved ones home. We service Pennsylvania and New Jersey. We provide estate executors with total peace of mind. We know the process of downsizing, moving, selling a loved ones home can be physically and mentally exhausting. With Personal Property Managers, one call does it all. We handle all your loved ones home and property content downsizing, de-cluttering, content liquidation and real estate sale needs. Our goal is to help executors with our downsizing and decluttering to obtain the highest value for their loved ones home. We provide special 2022 best-in-class portfolio of services to assist families.

During this challenging time in the Corona Virus and COVID-19 era, we help families that are unable travel or tend to their property needs by providing a true one-stop resource. We are focused on making life just a little easier for families during often difficult times. With Personal Property Managers, one call does it all.

We service Pennsylvania, and the counties of Bucks, Montgomery, Philadelphia, Delaware, Chester and the Main Line. In New Jersey, we service the counties of Hunterdon, Mercer, Monmouth, Morris, Burlington, Middlesex, Union, Ocean, Essex and Somerset.

We offer 6 primary services to help families or executors. They are:

Additional info can be found on this brief 90 second video or a full array of great tips and insights and video by clicking on our resource page.

We also offer discount real estate services via our association with EveryHome Realty. Learn more about Personal Property Managers from our recent News Stories.

Bucks County Home Downsizing

Home Downsizing Services

How Our Process Works

We begin by meeting with you and your loved ones families personally. This allows us to understand your estates personal needs and for us to develop a tailored solution to meet your individual goals. We offer extreme cleaning and extreme home cleanout services, removing contents from hoarder homes to multi-million dollar homes.

As certified Senior Real Estate Specialist, we then conduct a comprehensive market analysis, which will help give you and the estate a better feel for the value of the home, its contents and their value. We then will evaluate the contents of the property with you and the estate to ascertain what you and the estate wish to keep, give to friends and family, donate, shed, discard or move to a new home. A full inventory is done at this time and is sorted based on your direction to us.

For items of value, we can facilitate an Estate Sale or help remove contents and liquidate them.

For items you or the estate wish to part with, we will arrange for the disposal of them or donate them to charitable organizations. For items you or the estate wish to keep, we can arrange for them to be packed and moved. We then work with you or the estate to determine a moving schedule.

Lastly, we can assist in a final cleaning of you loved ones estate as part of our home downsizing and de-cluttering process, which is all geared to help you and the estate sell the property at the maximum value.

Estate Sale Services New Jersey (NJ)

Estate Sale and Content Liquidation Services

In addition to home downsizing and clean outs, we can help sell and liquidate all your estates household contents We work with you and the estate to identify which items you wish to sell, donate or dispose of. Together we develop realistic fair market value price points for all household contents. We even develop special website pages to market your estates contents.

As your estate asset liquidator, we have found that prospective buyers feel that there is a greater perceived value when a professional estate liquidation firm conducts your estates household estate sale.

Please note that the market for pre-owned items is entirely based upon the style, age and condition of your clients contents. As a result, not all things are saleable. Additionally, there will always be two different sets of values to any items. There is the seller’s perceived value, which may have a high emotional and sentimental value, and then there is the potential buyer’s view of the contents value, which is generally very different. Please remember that something is only worth what someone else is willing to pay for it. To learn more, please click here to view a short article we wrote on this subject or click on our Resource link page for a host of other insights into selling pre-owned items, home downsizing, home sales information and elder care.

For more information on our estate sale process, please click here.

Estate Sale Services Pennsylvania (PA)

Why Choose Personal Property Managers

We are an award winning organization dedicated to providing personalized services and offering your clients solutions that are tailored to their specific needs. For more insights, tips and videos please visit our Resource Page in the About us tab.

We tend to your estates property and its contents like it was our own. We know that often times a move, a home downsizing or sale can be overwhelming and physically demanding. We can handle everything for you and your estate. When you call us, you get us. We are on site at every job. You can rely on us and trust us. With Personal Property Managers…one call does it all. We are Estate Specialists, are licensed Realtors in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and are certified Senior Real Estate Specialist via EveryHome Realty, RS308044 and 1326862. Please call us for a free consultation at 215-485-9272 or 908-368-1909

We can help you sell your home faster at a higher price

Special Home Seller Acceleration Program

We have designed a special 2022 Home Seller Acceleration program to help reduce your property’s days-on-market and assist you in attaining your most favorable selling price. We provide full service discount Real Estate Services, with emphasis on:

  • Seller Acceleration Program
  • Reduce days on market
  • Market ready
  • Reduced real estate commissions.
  • One stop solution
  • Discount real estate services PA and NJ

We offer leading edge learning and technology along with full service discount real estate services in Pennsylvania and New Jersey to help you sell your property in the fastest times possible and at the best price possible. We are uniquely positioned to take advantage of the changing real estate market in 2022 and have adapted and implemented new programs and technology needed especially now in the age of the Cornoa Virus and COVID-19. Conditions have shifted to more of a balanced approach between buyers and sellers due to historic low interest rates, low inventory levels and low consumer confidence. To successfully sell a property today, sellers need to pay special attention to the condition of their property. Buyers can be a lot more selective. Properties must be made “Market Ready” meaning they must be aesthetically appealing inside and out.

During this challenging time in the Corona Virus and COVID-19 era, we help families that are unable travel or tend to their property needs by providing a best in class one-stop resources and technology to help our clients sell their property at the optimum price point. We are focused on making life just a little easier for families during often difficult times. With Personal Property Managers, one call does it all.

We are a licensed Realtor via EveryHome Realty, RS308044 and 1326862 and provide full service discount Real Estate Service. We are an award winning Veteran owned company offering 2022 best in class services, especially designed to help you sell your home quicker and maximize the value of your home. We can help make your home market ready via our home downsizing, cleanout, de-cluttering and content liquidation services and then combine this wth leading edge techonology to help you sell your home. We know of no other service that truly offers a one-stop solution for maximizing your home selling value. Click here to learn more from our BLOG or to send us your comments. Click here for Personal Property Managers NEWS STORY.

Bucks County Home Downsizing
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Special Home Seller Acceleration Program

If you’re a busy home owner, a senior in lifestyle transition or an investment property owner and need to downsize or make improvements to your property in order to get it market ready and attain top selling dollars and don’t know where to turn or who to trust, you’re in luck. Personal Property Managers is your one-call solution to handle all of your property renovations, upgrades and Market Ready needs. We specialize in handling all of your property needs and have the technology and know how to sell your home. With PPM we can be your eyes and ears, attending to all your propeprty improvement needs. We manage and oversee all of your day-to-day property market ready, renovation and remodeling needs. We can document work done on your home or investment property and post it on our special web site.

Think how easy it will be for you to have one single-point-of-contact to handle all of your work. Now, you no longer need to contact multiple service providers. With Personal Property Managers one call does it all. We are fully insured and personally manage your property and your projects, coordinate and supervise contractors, and focus on completing tasks that you do not have time for. We combine this special hands on market ready service with the latest in technology to maximize the visibility and positioning of your help to help you sell it quicker and at the best price.

We proudly service Pennsylvania and the counties of Bucks, Montgomery, Philadelphia, Delaware, Chester and the Main line. In New Jersey we service the counties of Hunterdon, Mercer, Monmouth, Morris, Middlesex, Union, Ocean, Burlington, Essex and Somerset.

Our Process

We will personally come out to your home or investment property for an on-site assessment of your market ready needs. We will provide you a “ballpark” estimate of any work that may need to be done and an analysis of the market comps and value of your home. If this is in line with your budget and expectations, we will then match our crews to meet your market ready needs to complete your project. We will then be on site to manage your project and report to you progress and next steps. We act as an advocate for you. We provide a complete one-call solution to handle all your home, investment property or commercial property needs. When we are completed with our market ready services, we will then transition into our marketing aspect utilizing the latest video and social media channels to help promote your property.

Affordability

Personal Property Managers is mindful of the budgetary reality of getting your property ready for sale. Our special Home Seller Acceleration Service, and senior life stye transition, downsizing and de-cluttering services allow you the convenience of having us on-site conducting property inspections, and digitally reporting them to you without the high cost of hiring full-time help. We help you maximize the selling price on your home with our use of technology and social media usage.

Services Provided

We believe that the key to our success in our Market Ready Services is in the personal relationships that we have developed with our customers. We are here to help you turn over your property as quickly as possible. Our services are designed to protect the value of your property and provide you with peace-of-mind and more time to do the things that you enjoy. Let us help you take care of the things that you just don’t have the time to do. We are home sale acceleration specialists, focusing on properties in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. PA HIC PA03195.

We offer 6 primary services to help families or executors. They are:

Additional info can be found on this brief 90 second video or a full array of great tips and insights and video by clicking on our resource page.

World Wide Access

Our combination of technology, video, social media expertise and on-site personnel, allows us to be there when you cannot. Through our use of Internet technology, we can document and report the progress of your work along with any major renovations or repairs. You can see the progress of your work and our marketing efforts from anywhere in the world via our exclusive Internet access. Imagine how comfortable you will feel seeing the on-line progress of your home, investment property or commercial property, while you are tending to other important activities or off traveling. Now you can relax and leave the details to us.

We service Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Discount real estate services and commissions in Bucks County, Montgomery County. the Lehigh Valley, the Delaware Valley, Philadelphia, Delaware County, Chester County. We service Northern New Jersey, Central New Jersey, South Jersey.

Call us today to learn more about our full service discount real estate services for Pennsylvania and NJ .

Real Estate Tips and Insights (Home Buying and Selling Tips):

Estate Sale Services Pennsylvania (PA)

Why Choose Personal Property Managers

We are an award winning Veteran owned organization dedicated to providing personalized services and offering you solutions that are tailored to your specific needs. For more insights, tips and videos please visit our Resource Page in the About us tab.

We tend to your property and its contents like it was our own. We know that often times a move, a home downsizing or sale can be overwhelming and physically demanding. We can handle everything for you. When you call us, you get us. We are on site at every job. You can rely on us and trust us. With Personal Property Managers…one call does it all. We are Estate Specialists, are licensed Realtors in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and are certified Senior Real Estate Specialist via EveryHome Realty, RS308044 and 1326862. Please call us for a free consultation at 215-485-9272 or 908-368-1909.