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Indiana Widows Face Foreclosure Crisis

The New York Times recently showcased a dilemma that is growing for some baby boomers, senior citizens, and their caregiver families: widows who discover their homes in foreclosure because only the deceased husbands' name was on the mortgage.

This is an issue that Indiana children of an elderly adult may face as they help their parent stride through a mortgage problem.

It's also an issue that an Indianapolis Senior Move Manager like myself can help families navigate. I'll consult my team of senior care professionals – from bankers, to lawyers, to senior advocates and more – to assist the family in the resolution of the problem, and perhaps pave the way for a smoother transition.

The problem is a typical Catch-22; the widow cannot receive help in lowering payments or otherwise modifying the mortgage until her name is added to the note. But many lenders refuse to make those modifications unless payments are current.

I've provided a link to the article below. Read that and, if your family is facing a similar foreclosure problem - or any issue relating to senior housing, downsizing or transition - please feel free to contact me for a no-obligation discussion on the issues that are affecting your loved ones at 317- 514-9793 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

In my next blog post, I'll discuss this issue further, provide statistics, and offer some remedies. 

New York Times Article

There are several reasons you will need our services:

  • Passing of a family member or friend.
  • Final household clean-outs and gettng the house ready for the real estate market. Act as project manager for home renovations.
  • Home staging for active real estate showings.
  • Moving – Just packing or just unpacking at the new location.
  • Moving or downsizing an aging senior parent to independent, assisted living, or long term care.
  • Want to keep your aging senior parent in their home? "Age in Place". Re-organize and de-clutter. Safety is an issue.
  • Remodeling or Redecorating – packing breakables and clean and polish while unpacking.
  • Just organizing need for an extra pair of hands to help.
  • Divorce or separation.
  • Corporate employee transfers and relocations. No downtime for the employee relocation. Getting settled immediately.
  • Digitzing documents, photos, VHS tapes, slides. Preserving the memories.