Solutions For Seniors and Their Families

Your home is probably one of the most valuable and cherished assets you own. Not only financially, but emotionally as well. Years and years of memories become embedded into the property like layers of paint accumulating over the years: they all become part of the fabric that makes your house a home.

For some, deciding to move can be a very difficult decision, not wanting to leave these memories behind, and fear of living in an unfamiliar place. For others, it is celebrated as part of a retirement plan coming to fruition, where downsizing is just the next step of a lifelong adventure. For whatever reason you are considering selling your home, we are here to help make that process as easy as possible, physically, mentally, and emotionally.

Bob and Marc have shown a long-term desire and commitment to assisting seniors and their families. Over 18 years ago they became the second and third real estate professionals in all of San Diego County to earn the newly created designation of Seniors Real Estate Specialists from the Seniors Advantage Real Estate Council. Ten years later, in 2007, the SRES designation became adopted by the National Association of Realtors and there are now over 10,000 SRES professionals across the nation. Bob and Marc are the longest active SRES professionals in San Diego County.

Whether it's for yourself, your spouse, your parents or even grandparents, we understand the challenges facing you and your family. Let us help you navigate the myriad of decisions and challenges in selling your home and make the process as smooth as possible.

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Marc-Aaron Realtors provide seniors and their families a wide array of services, some you may not realize, such as assisting with personal property/antiques appraisal and sale, preparing your home for sale, and coordinating and relieving some of the stress associated with moving to a retirement community.

Senior Success Stories

Lending A Helping Hand

A long-term client had a mother who had made the decision to move from the home where she had lived for 50 years. Like some seniors, she was "real estate rich and cash poor", meaning her home had no mortgage, but she also didn't have a large nest egg in the bank to comfortably move into the retirement community she desired and be able to do some needed repairs to the home prior to placing it on the market for sale. We suggested a simple solution... ​Read More​

Downsizing: Helmet Required

This is a story you don't hear too often, so we thought we would share it with you. One of the trust officers at a national financial institution we had the pleasure of working with for many years had recently remarried, and we helped his new wife sell her condominium so they could live together as husband and wife in a large, beautiful home. Later on, when they reached retirement age, he was looking to downsize and begin doing something few people would ever think of doing at his age... ​Read More​

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