Senior Move Managers -  Downsizing -  Estate Clearances

Planning to downsize and don’t know where to begin?
Do you walk by your garage and actually wish you could park your car in it?

We’re here to help!

Our goal is to provide the information, manpower, and compassion you need to move forward with confidence. Call Next Step Baltimore today and we’ll help you with the next step in your life!



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Senior Move Managers

We’ll handle the details, from creating a floorplan right down to hanging your artwork, making your bed and having everything ready when you wake up in your new home.

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Free yourself from the chaos! We will clean and organize your closets, drawers, kitchen, attic, garage, storage lockers and more. We will create a plan that works
for you.


We provide information so you can make informed decisions, then we’ll take care of the rest – including helping you figure out how your belongings can become part of your new home.

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October is a busy month. I have a firefighter friend who insists that we have the chimney inspected yearly – he’s been to too many chimney fires. So, in comes the chimney sweep and out goes the built-up soot.  Which reminds me that the furnace needs to be inspected before we turn it on for the winter. So, I arrange for that visit while I’m at it. 

Then I look outside! The leaves need raking, the yard needs organizing and although many like to rake leaves (why, I don’t know), we personally mow them to bits, creating nutritious mulch for the lawn as the temperatures start to cool. The garden seems its most glorious – we hate saying goodbye to the gorgeous geraniums – they’re trying so hard – so we lug them indoors and winter them over beside a sunny window. But we are busy as beavers clearing out the dead tomato plants and other yard debris, fertilizing the yard, cleaning the windows and inspecting the screens before putting them away for the winter. Of course, the porch furniture needs a good once-over and reconditioning before it heads to its winter home (the garage or barn). And the gutters need cleaning! How about the spring bulbs!  They have to go in the ground now! The list of to-dos seems never ending but then one day, when our home is cozy and a cherry fire burns in the fireplace and the yard is trim and tidy, we can relax and pull out that pile of books we’ve been considering but been too busy to read. Then we can pour a hot drink, admire our handiwork and know that, at least in our part of the world, all is right.


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