Vaughan ON Seniors Real Estate Luxury Home Relocation Services Launched

Mitzy Dadoun a Broker at Sutton Group Admiral Realty Inc., Brokerage updated its range of real estate services for seniors looking to buy or sell property in Vaughan, Ontario, and the surrounding areas.

Vaughan, Canada - April 7, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Sutton Group Admiral Realty Inc., Brokerage – Mitzy Dadoun announced the launch of an updated range of real estate solutions for seniors in Vaughan, Richmond Hill, Aurora, and the surrounding areas. Mitzy Dadoun and her team specialize in working with seniors, helping them find their ideal home.

More information can be found at http://www.smartseniorsrealty.com/real-estate-sales-for-seniors/

Moving can be very traumatic for seniors as many of them have lived in their current home for decades and raised a family there. Sutton Group Admiral Realty Inc., Brokerage – Mitzy Dadoun just updated its range of services to help seniors and their families navigate major financial and lifestyle transitions.

Moving can be one of the most stressful periods in a senior’s life, and having a licensed real estate agent who knows how to help a senior and their family through this transition is very important.

The real estate team at Sutton Group Admiral Realty Inc., Brokerage – Mitzy Dadoun are trained in matters relating to relocation and can ease the pressure and stress normally associated with such an important life transition.

The expert team will help clients find a new home for their belongings and make the buying and selling experience as smooth, comfortable and stress-free as possible. Some of their services include arrangement with family members and friends for pick-up of wanted items, mailing of items to family and friends, distribution of items for auction sale, scheduling of hauling services, and more.

With the recent announcement, the dedicated real estate team at Sutton Group Admiral Realty Inc., Brokerage – Mitzy Dadoun aim to help clients minimize the stress associated with moving and downsizing for the entire family.

A satisfied client said: “Mitzy sold our home when no one else could and got us the best price on the market. She works extremely hard and uses effective marketing strategies. I would recommend her to anyone looking for an honest, effective realtor.”

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Mitzy Dadoun, broker
Email: Send Email
Organization: Sutton Group Admiral Realty Inc., Brokerage - Mitzy Dadoun
Address: 1206 Centre Street, Vaughan, Ontario L4J 3M9, Canada
Phone: +1-416-993-2532
Website: http://www.smartseniorsrealty.com/real-estate-sales-for-seniors/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88952498

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