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Milwaukee Senior Realtors

Milwaukee is home to over one dozen senior realtors sensitive to the needs of the ever-growing senior buyer and seller market. A recent report uncovered that the senior buyer and seller market for people age 55 and older has nearly doubled in the last 20 years. Now is the time to consider hiring a senior realtor to make the real estate process smoother.

What Senior Realtors Do

Senior realtors work with you through every step from preparing your home for sale to arranging movers to relocating your possessions to finalizing your purchase on a new home. These professionals bring in other specialists in order to provide you with all of the services that may benefit you in the long run. These specialists can include elder-law attorneys, financial advisors, senior movers, estate sales companies, professional organizers, social workers, and more.

Senior realtors are trained to treat their clients with respect, dignity, and compassion through coursework and in-depth certification reviews. In Wisconsin, senior realtors are certified through the National Association of Realtors as a Senior Real Estate Specialist (SRES). They may hold an additional certification from the Seniors Real Estate Institute as a Certified Senior Housing Professional (CSHP), a certification only available in 23 states, including Wisconsin.

Senior Realtor Professionals and Their Customers

Senior realtor professionals are typically hired by seniors age 50 and older to make long-term plans, sell their current home, or purchase a new home. These customers may be new to retirement or still in the workforce. Some seniors are forced to sell their home due to failing health or the death of a spouse. A senior realtor can work with customers in all of these situations.

When to Call a Senior Realtor Professional

A senior realtor professional can assist you in preparing your home for sale. They may make recommendations to renovate or redecorate in order to attract buyers. Some agents contact their network to prepare the home for sale, such as estate sales companies and professional organizers. A senior realtor can also suggest financial products and services if they feel it will benefit you.

If you are not planning on selling your home right now, you can still contact your senior realtor about ways to make your house senior-friendly. The agent can provide you with referrals for companies that install safety rails, wheelchair ramps, and walk-in tubs.

Senior Realtor Professionals in Your Area

The directory found on the CSHP website features a much smaller database since the certification is only available in 23 states. The site lists the contact information for two CSHPs in Wisconsin.

You can find more senior realtors on the database for the National Association of Realtors. Each listing provides contact information, a website link, and additional designations. The site currently lists 17 senior realtors with firms such as Shorewest Realtors, First Weber Inc., Realty Executives Integrity, REMAX Lakeside, Coldwell Banker, Golden Rule Real Estate, and Emilio Martinic Realtor.

Keep in mind that the different designations represent certifications in specific specializations, like energy efficiency and sustainable housing (GREEN) or international real estate sales (CIPS).

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