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Caring Transitions Customer Opens Her Own Franchise in Mill Creek, Washington

A former customer of the CTBids online auction platform and inspired by Caring Transitions’ work with seniors to serve her community, Christine Visser decided to leave corporate America and open her own Caring Transitions franchise.

Caring Transitions is the nation’s largest and most trusted provider of Senior transition solutions focused on 3 R’s: Relocation, Right-Sizing and Resale of household goods. Caring Transitions’ specially-trained professionals handle every detail of their clients’ transition including decluttering, cleanouts, packing, move management, unpacking, resettling into your new home with both in-home and online estate sales. Caring Transitions of Mill Creek serves Mill Creek, Lynnwood, Mountlake Terrace, Bothell and the surrounding areas.

“Caring Transitions is different because we provide full-service solutions that can be customized for any kind of transition. We understand that life is comprised of many moving pieces and that children move out of state for careers and are often unable to step in when it’s time to help Mom & Dad transition to changing needs in housing and care. We offer services as a “Daughter for hire” to step in when family can’t be there and handle your loved ones with the duty of care we would expect from family members of our own,” Visser said.

Christine Visser

Visser brings more than 25-years of professional experience at NW companies like Amazon, Costco, Boeing and Zillow with her experience in Family Service and Estate planning to serve Seniors. Visser grew up in Mukilteo and graduated with a degree in Anthropology from the University of Washington and an MBA from Seattle University. She is also a Certified Relocation and Transitions Specialist

“As a past customer, I knew opening my own Caring Transitions franchise would be a great opportunity for me to do something I’m passionate about and for my community to have access to a much-needed service,” Visser said. “I’m looking forward to taking a step back from big business and focusing on people.”

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