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Downsizing and moving can be overwhelming for anyone at any life stage, but for many of our clients and their families who are farewelling the family home, particularly after many decades, it can be especially daunting …  

Where to start?  How to sort it all?  

As home sorting, downsizing and decluttering specialists for senior adults in their third age and their families, we specialise in  –

No matter where you are on your life journey, there is help and support available.  allsorters was created to provide a guiding, caring, affordable and trusted service.   We regularly help clients who are no longer physically or emotionally able to tackle it all, their family or carer maybe time poor, remote or unable to assist.

If you, a friend or a loved one needs our help, call Mary  …  we can help with the move, saying farewell and sorting it all with care – houses, units, retirement units, independent living units, aged care rooms.

Our two biggest tips –

  • when downsizing (rightsizing) – put yourself first not your stuff
  • if you’re selling a home, presentation is essential – so ensure you maximise its sale potential so that you reap the financial reward

all sortershome sorting specialists – downsizing, decluttering, deceased estate clearance

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No matter the situation or property condition, no judgement is passed
Based in the eastern suburbs, our service is available mainly in the Melbourne metro area
We regularly look after the loved ones of those living overseas or interstate
Our service is customised to each client’s needs – maximum result for minimum cost
We are committed to recycling, donating and repurposing items
As 3a home sorting specialists, we sort and declutter for senior adults and their loved ones
Trusted, quality, yet affordable

We assist clients with assessing best avenues for selling items when they are utilising our main services.  We are not dealers and we do not visit properties for “free” to provide valuations or buy items.   Check out the realities of selling stuff on Mary’s blog