Don’t Throw Anything Away….Well, we learned that lesson a little too late. We threw away clothing that we could have…no should have saved for the estate sale. Since we have limited time when we’re there we were attempting to clear as much stuff as possible and we started with the clothing. So don’t make the same mistake we did and throw away clothing. KEEP Everything until you speak to an Estate Sale Specialist.
Don’t throw away anything! You’ll be throwing away Money!
Well, Hurry up and put in your APPEAL. If you received a letter stating you were NOT ELIGIBLE and want to appeal that decision,
GO TO http://www.renewjerseystronger.org/appeal
YOU WILL NEED YOUR FEMA ID and APPLICATION ID
OR CALL 1-855-726-3946. YOU CANNOT APPEAL ON THE PHONE
OR VIA EMAIL, but you can ask questions to help you in the process.
ReNew Jersey Stronger – Appeals Department
PO Box 32117
Newark NJ 07102.
I DON’T KNOW WHEN THE DEADLINE IS SO HURRY UP!
You have to submit your appeal in writing by mail.
What to do when you get the call? Well of course there is shock if it wasn’t expected, finality if it was expected and any other emotion that we all go through because how we all handle that final call is different for everyone. Since I am going through it as we speak and have had an opportunity to look back, I would do a few things differently.
When you are named the Executor (male), Executrix (female), there are one or two things you can get a jump on to make it easier for yourself. If you will need to have clothes picked up, it would be a good idea to call the Salvation Army ahead and see if you can schedule a pick-up of clothes if you know you’re going to need the service. The way the Salvation Army is heavily booked, this will make it easier for you to schedule a pick up.
If you have to travel out of state have a good gps so you can get around because there will be a lot of leg work to get done . If you don’t drive, bring someone who is a good driver and comfortable on unfamiliar roads.
Well, that’s it for now….Until next post!
Oh boy back in town. Whew! it’s been an experience. My head is spinning and will be spinning for some time to come. I am mentally and physically exhausted. This has been a feat. I will share my experience in these blog posts to help others who may have to go through it or wonder what does happen in the process.
I can only speak from my experience, of course, so stay tuned and I’ll take you through my journey.
.This is a new experience for me and I must say it is overwhelming to say the least. We decided not to use an attorney. Was that a good or bad idea? I’ll let you know. Whew!
A loved one ascended recently and I was named Executor of the Will; an experience that I never had before.
I will share what you need to know. Come back to read what I’ve learned!
Atlantic County home prices fell 2.5 percent in the quarter and were down 1.8 percent for the year. In Cumberland County, where only annual data is available, home prices were 0.8 percent lower at the end of 2013 than a year ago.
South Jersey is holding steady in home sales despite the devastation of Hurricane Sandy. Home owners are still selling and home buyers are always looking for homes to buy, especially if they can get a bargain. There are still homes in need of major repair because of the storm.