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Glendale Senior Realtors

Seniors often have a lot of decisions to make as they get older like where to go if they can no longer take care of themselves, who will inherit their estate, and create a retirement budget. Buying or selling a house is another decision you might need to make during this time and to keep all your affairs in order, you should consider using a senior realtor. These real estate agents are trained to work with all your needs and come up with your best choices, and in Glendale, you have some great options.

Senior Realtor: Who Are They?

Perhaps you have never heard of a senior realtor before and wonder how they might be able to assist you with selling your home and moving. A senior realtor is a real estate agent that has one or two different certifications that qualify them to handle the unique needs seniors have. One qualification is the Senior Real Estate Specialist (SRES) obtained by adding extra courses onto their regular training. The National Association of Realtors gives the SRES training, and any agent can get this qualification. A few states, Arizona included, offer the Senior Real Estate Institute’s Certified Senior Housing Professional (CSHP) qualification.

An agent can be both SRES and CSHP certified and the training they went through to get those titles helps them better serve seniors. They often work in conjunction with people like social workers, CPAs, and elder law attorneys that can all benefit their older clients.

Who Can Work With A Senior Realtor?

SRES and CSHP agents work with adults that are 50 and older. These clients cover a broad range of adults from the newly retired, empty nesters, and seniors considering moving into an assisted living facility.

Is There A Prime Time To Use A Senior Realtor?

Yes, you should consider a senior realtor if you’re ready to downsize, move to a senior community, or just retired and need to stick to a strict budget. An agent that has senior qualifications can help you keep to your budget while also considering long-term health care and estate planning as they help you buy, sell, or move from your home.

You can also contact a senior realtor if you have questions about making your home or your parents home safer or more mobility friendly. They can put you in touch with people who will come to your home to install grab bars, ramps, chair lifts, and any other feature you need to make your house work for you.

As a result of their training, senior real estate agents work well with other professionals such as tax accountants and lawyers when you need to coordinate all your finances. Also, they can refer you to these specialists if you require one.

Looking For A Senior Realtor In Glendale

You have a few places that you can look for a senior realtor. The Senior Real Estate Institute has a state by state directory of all the CSHP agents, and the National Association of Realtors has an online directory. All you need to do is enter your zip code and city to find real estate companies with qualified agents.

In the Glendale area, there are a few agents, and you can go to companies like Century 21 Northwest to find one. You might also be interested in using an agent qualified in things like foreclosures or military moves to make your transition smoother and easier. It’s all about finding an agent that understands your needs and will work to make the sale and purchase of a house easier on you.

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