Easing your housing transition

Your Next Move is dedicated to helping families transition to Senior Housing in the Raleigh, Cary, Durham, and Chapel Hill area. If needed, we work with you as well to market and sell the family home.

Whether it’s for you, for a loved one, or even for a friend, the staff at Your Next Move will take you through the entire process from start to finish until just the right living solution is secured. Whether it be downsizing to a smaller property or finding a Senior Housing Community, Your Next Move is there for you.

What makes us successful?

Our skilled and experienced staff, they’re professional and compassionate. The company prides itself on their dedication to reduce stress, to bring calm during a very delicate process and to ensure a seamless transition. Most importantly, Your Next Move truly understand the emotional challenges that go with this difficult time of decision.

Your Next Move will go over and review the different living options in your area.

They’ll make arrangements to view the properties of your choice and upon request accompany you to the different communities to provide support and to answer questions. They take care of all of the big and little details! Call today to schedule your appointment! 919-601-8203

Your Next Move Recent Blog Articles:

19 Ways to Reduce Your Expenses to Stretch Your Retirement Funds

People are living longer, long enough to outlive their retirement savings. In fact, 51 percent of households are at risk of not having enough to maintain their standard of living in retirement. So what can you do to avoid running out of money in your golden years? According to US News, here are some ways you can reduce your retirement expenses … [Read More...]

The Benefits of Downsizing

Helping your elderly parents downsize and transition to a smaller home or a senior or assisted living community can be an emotional undertaking. It means boxing up a lifetime of memories, leaving friends and neighbors behind, and perhaps losing some privacy and sense of independence. But downsizing has its advantages. Here are five reasons that … [Read More...]

What You Should Know About Post-Stoke Depression

According to a review article by Loyola University Medical Center physicians, nearly one-third of patients develop depression after having a stroke. Findings in the review indicate that post-stroke depression (PSD) can become severe, and is often linked to worse functional outcomes with increased risks of suicide and death. Loneliness in … [Read More...]