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What People are Saying

It was an emotional time for my aunt and Jean and her team were respectful of my aunt’s needs and kept to the schedule so we could stay on our time plan. Goldman Transitions really approaches the difficult task of “right sizing” with compassion as well as attention to promptly moving forward with the process.

—P. McKee, Pleasant Hill

Jean and her team were critical in shepherding my mother’s move from her residence into assisted living. This involved a complex array of coordination, assessment, planning, and down-sizing, packing and moving, and finally unpacking and organizing in my mother’s new home. The team helped us from start to finish, organizing and managing a highly time-sensitive situation, while sensitively assisting our family and my mother throughout a difficult transition.

—P. DeLand, Oakland

Jean and her crew are efficient, friendly, warm people, dedicated to satisfying the client, figuring out what to sell, what to donate or give away, and what to throw away. I was consulted at every turn. Her contacts from auction houses to second-hand stores, to estate sales operations were amazing.

—S. Koenig, Emeryville

What a task but you made it all much easier. I so appreciated the personal attention throughout the process. You’re just the best team. Just a note to say thank you for a job well done. You and the girls were a pleasure to work with. You made a difficult situation so much easier.

—L. Edwards, Concord

I am an 83 year old widower who recently downsized from a more than 2600 square foot house to a two bedroom apartment in a retirement community. My real estate agent strongly recommended Goldman Transitions to aid in my move and I’m grateful for that advice.

Goldman Transitions came to my house to assess the situation and devised a plan/schedule for my move. The team came to my home for several hours and were organized, efficient and pleasant. They were terrific in allowing my move to become a relatively pleasant, necessary task rather than an odious chore.

—J. Burke, Orinda

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