CLICK HERE TO REGISTER Week 4 in our Eight Week Series looks at what to do now that you have decided to
Week 4 in our Eight Week Series looks at what to do now that you have decided to explore a move into Senior Living. Our panelists will guide you through the downsizing process to include organizing, selling, or donating your belongings as well as selling your house. We will discuss what a Senior Move Manager does and how a realtor can assist you with finding one. Join Mary Curry, former Senior Move Manager and Move In Coordinator with The Kensington Reston and Richard Hampton, Realtor with Keller Williams as we discuss the steps to take when selling your home in preparation for a move to senior living.
Mary Curry comes from a Senior Move Management background. She has worked in virtually all the senior living communities in the DMV. Mary spent years helping seniors downsize their homes through organizing sessions while facilitating estate sales, auctions, and donations. Mary’s specialty was helping seniors visualize their new home in Senior Living with all the belongings they wanted to take. Mary designed floor plans with her clients with an emphasis on ease of movement through the space and making the new space feel as though it was transported from their old space. After years of move management, Mary realized Assisted Living and Memory Care residents had her heart and knew she had to be part of The Kensington Reston. She brings all her expertise of the moving process to this role. Her attention to detail and vast knowledge ensures a smooth and stress-free transition for our residents.
Mary truly has a passion to serve seniors. While waiting to join the team, she received a Certificate of Gerontology.
Mary is a Military Spouse who has just celebrated her husband, Gregg’s, retirement. They have settled here in Northern Virginia after a long career moving up and down the East Coast. Mary and her husband, Gregg, have 3 children, Daniel, Jack, and Maggie.
Richard Hampton, Realtor with Keller Williams has lived in northern VA from a young age. He grew up in Virginia, attending grade school through college in the area. Richard was first licensed as a Virginia Realtor in 1988 and has spent the last 30-plus years helping hundreds of people sell, purchase and lease residential and commercial real estate. Crazy as it can be, Richard loves it–and especially loves helping people realize their dreams the most!
Married with four grown children and a grandson, he and his wife, Karen, live in Loudoun County, and enjoy all the amenities the area has to offer This includes kayaking on the Potomac, Shenandoah and numerous lakes, as well as hiking and biking all the trails, and eating all the fantastic foods!
(Thursday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Alexandra RamseyDirector of Community Relationsaramsey@kensingtonsl.com
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