Moving a loved one from their cherished home is an extremely difficult situation. Safety is ultimately the deciding factor when families are faced with these tough decisions. When your loved one can no longer live on their own, your first concern should not be selling their house. Our Senior real estate special, Alisha Staten, understands the underlying concerns and stresses that families face when taking the step towards assisted living for their loved one.
Alisha started working as a Professional Liaison when she was 25 years old for Home Health, Hospice, Assisted Livings, and Nursing Homes. She is Native to Utah and has had the pleasure of traveling to multiple countries to visit families and professionals in the community. Her geriatric endeavors continued when she moved into real estate, forming a natural flow and understanding when there was a transition needed. Her motivation to combine the two came from her grandma, who is currently in an Assisted Living.
She experienced first hand how much compassion it took to move her grandmother out of her beloved home that she and her late husband had built. Alisha states, “When I found my grandmother on her bathroom floor with a broken arm, I knew it was time for a safer environment”. The Real Estate Edge has a combined experience of 15 years in real estate and 19 years in property management. As a member of SRES® (Seniors Real Estate Specialist), let Alisha be your guide from start to finish with your loved ones real estate needs.
Our Moving Care Specialists are experts in organizing, packing and even helping people in need of downsizing. Senior living communities encourage families to make their loved ones new home as comfortable as possible. We were able to match the wallpaper from my grandma’s living room and have it installed in her assisted living apartment. It was the perfect accent to her cherish person furniture pieces and decor from her house.