Caring Transitions of Hampden County - East Longmeadow is rated
3.9 out of 5.0 based on 25 reviews
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Christina and team were very organized, detail-oriented, thoughtful, conscientious and professional in helping us sell and clear our mother's household property after moving her into a care facility. Highly recommended.
The Caring Transition of Hampden County team are rock stars. They have been professional, knowledgeable & always on time. They moved my Mom into assisted living & cleared out my Mom's house. I live across the country, so it was comforting to be able to work with a company I could trust completely with this difficult work. They are the best & I would highly recommend them! THANK YOU Chris & team!
Words alone cannot express how valuable the services offered by Chris, Paul and the team at Caring Transitions of Hampden County over the past 2 years. The started by helping us sort, repurpose, donate or throw away items if necessary. They moved items into storage after purging and assisted with staging our house for sale. Amid COVID we had outdoor or online auctions run by Caring Transitions and generated income. We then relocated to a different state after vaccines, and bought a new home. Caring transitions moved items from storage and the moving truck arrived at our new home. Without these terrific hard working folks we could not have completed our relocation. By the way pricing was fair. Oh yes......they are honest and nice people as well. Meg & Paul
This team is the best!! We highly recommend them. Meg & Paul
My downsizing seemed complex to me with what ended up involving 3 houses. The Caring Transitions team, headed by Chris White, used their experience to focus on the step by step methods to get a resolution. Their on line auction folk were the best, displaying, photographing, posting and distributing hundreds of items. I did have a couple of glitches with the sale website. I should have called with questions as I did not understand that when a bid was made an email summary went out to the bidder. That made a sad and difficult time nearly enjoyable.