Selling a home is stressful.
Getting divorced is stressful.
Doing both at the same time can be a challenge.
I've been there; I know.
Divorce involves more than just you and your spouse. There may be lawyers, a mediator, accountants, financial planners, tax advisers, a therapist or counselor, and more. By the time you decide to sell your marital home, many decisions will have been made--but the real process of moving on has yet to begin.
I've done it and I know how even in the most amicable of situations, selling your home can bring up a range of emotions. My goal is to help you break down the process into manageable steps so that you don't feel over-whelmed, and so that you are ready to begin the next chapter of your life.
Before your home is listed for sale, we'll make sure it will be competitive in today's market by identifying repairs to be made, decluttering, staging, and providing you with tips for keeping it ready for showings and open houses. We'll create a plan that works for you and your family's lifestyle so that we can optimize your home's market presence and minimize the disruption to your lives.
I am committed to serving clients and their families who are going through a divorce. With a sensitivity for the emotions that accompany selling the marital home, I want to help make the process as smooth as possible. As a friend once told me, "Even though it's the right thing to do, that doesn't make it easy." My approach is personal, professional, and honest--and my client's needs will always be my top priority.
Contact me for a free copy of my booklet, "Moving On: Selling Your Home During Divorce."
For women who may be going through or contemplating divorce, I recommend Second Saturday Columbus, hosted by Hamilton Capital. This free workshop is designed to help women take the next step, no matter where they are in the process of untying the knot. Second Saturday deals with the legal, financial, family, and personal issues of divorce in a logical, yet compassionate way.
Visit the link above to register.