WITTZ END Moves Families From Frazzled to Dazzled

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From Baby Boomers to Adult Children of Senior Parents, Busy Corporate Executives and Realtors with clients preparing their homes for sale and moving, WITTZ END offers complementary planning guides to help.

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I enjoy making tasks and problems that my clients find difficult and overwhelming, appear simple and make them go away without any further stress.

Moving is one of the most stressful activities we participate in during our lives. “In addition to staging a home for sale,” Claire LeSage owner of WITTZ END says, “people are being told they need to de-clutter, organize, and downsize so the rooms, closets, attics, etc., feel more spacious and welcoming.”

WITTZ END is now offering a series of complementary Planning Guides to help people who have not moved for a while and are overwhelmed with the thought of doing so. With tips for the 3 phases of preparing to sell home and move; Preparing Your Home to SELLl!, What Should I Be Doing Now?, and OMG, House is Sold, Time to Move!, WITTZ END focuses on lightening the experience, making it fun, and eliminating the overwhelmed feeling.

The entire series of Planning Guides are available on the WITTZ END website. They can be downloaded as a series or one at a time. Whether moving yourself or helping a friend or relative through the moving process, the guides make it easier to navigate through the maze of clutter and stuff accumulated over the years.

With 17 years of experience in all aspects of residential moving, Claire and her team provide clients with more peace of mind that they are not alone in this process, more alternatives on what they can do with their stuff, more space to choose their lifestyle options, and more time to make decisions and enjoy their new lifestyle. “If my clients feel that way at the end of the moving process, then I have done my job well.”

About Claire:
Specialize in helping seniors, their families, and their estate executors to prepare, organize and facilitate the entire process of moving from one residence to another, Claire is like a symphony conductor. She orchestrates and coordinates the various movements needed to produce a grand performance: your successful residential move.

In addition, Claire has written ebooks, ezine articles and blogs on a variety of life changing issues. She has presented a teleclass on determining whether or not it's time for the conversation with Mom or Dad and also speaks with groups about downsizing and decluttering. She will be speaking at the Littleton Council on Aging on November 8th at 12:45, in Littleton, MA.

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Claire LeSage
WITTZ END
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