Baby Boomers-this is food for thought for us as well as for our parents estates. Do we really want our kids to have to get rid of our “STUFF” which we think they will want. Be up front and ask your kids what they actually do want.
It’s so true: Some things in life you just can’t put a price on. Until you have to.
When it’s up to you to liquidate your parents’ treasure-filled home, you need to price the priceless.
How much for that baby grand piano Mom used to play? How much for the sideboard that served up every Thanksgiving dinner you can remember. How much for the porch swing Dad built?
When selling is both unthinkable and necessary, it’s nice to have outside experts.