Lisa D'Aloise
Keller Williams Advantage Realty
At Estate Conversions, we can help you whether you are a first time buyer, selling your last home, or investing in the market.
While The Estate Conversions Team of Keller Williams Realty in Orlando works with homeowners of any age, I specialize in home sales and services for seniors on the move. The issues involved in the sale of a home are massively different when an individual or couple is considering a late-in-life transition.
As a graduate of The Seniors Real Estate Institute I have been awarded the prestigious designation of Certified Senior Housing Professional 
I've invested many hours of training and expense to gain expertise in helping seniors or their caregiver families sift through the complexities of moving to a new home and selling the previous one. 

Older adults deserve to work with real estate professionals who truly understand their unique fears, needs, concerns, and goals - and not just those related to moving or selling a home. 
I've vetted an extensive network of other professionals who serve seniors in the move process - like senior living communities, elder law attorneys, tax professionals, and others. I serve as the HUB for all of these professionals and work to make sure that all of them are meeting your needs and obligations to you.
At Estate Conversions, I can help you whether you are a first time buyer, selling your last home, or investing in the market. 
My Orlando Real Estate Services Include:
Buyer Representation, Seller Representation, Seniors, Short Sales, Foreclosures, Investments, Single Family, Condos, Multi-Family, & 1031 Exchanges

How to To Downsize


Develop a Plan

Consider what your idea of living your life to the fullest involves. Your financial situation, interests, and the location of your friends and family are important factors in finding the right housing choice for you.

Communicate with Family and Friends

This doesn’t mean asking for their permission or even input. However, it is desirable and sometimes even necessary to keep your family members and friends in the loop so that in the event you later need more help than expected, they are on the same page. Talk to them about the “what if’s”.

Choosing a Professional

You are likely going to need to utilize the services of an estate liquidator, a mover, a REALTOR, an organizer, home repair contractors, and/or retirement community personnel. Get to know these people and how their services are rendered. This is where your Estate Conversions transition coordinator can come in handy. 

Getting Rid of All That “Stuff”

The good news is that you don’t have to literally sort through everything in your home. Focus on the things that are important enough to move with you to your new location. The estate sale professionals will handle the rest of the personal items, and Michele Moon and her team will handle the bricks and mortar.

Adjusting to a New Lifestyle

This step can sometimes be taken for granted. In the hustle and bustle of the moving process, feelings are put on the back burner. Once you’ve completed your move, those feelings usually show their true colors. Just being prepared for this step can make a difference.  

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