Burlington's Best logoMore often than not, later in life move can be complex. They involve a myriad of emotions and numerous decisions. Simply knowing or finding out what options exist - whether it be downsizing to a smaller home/townhome or condo, moving in with another family member, moving to a retirement home or other rental apartment, or staying put (with or without renovating the existing home) can be overwhelming.  In southern Ontario, with over 60,000 REALTORS to choose from, Marion is 1 of 30 Master Accredited Senior Agents focusing on Senior transitions. With her training and expertise, Marion has access to a full complement of resources, an extensive network of exceptional specialists and who can present Seniors and their families with solutions.   Contact Marion to discover your options!

As a Master Accredited Senior Agent (M-ASA®) and Senior Real Estate Specialist (SRES®) my goal is to help Seniors make their decisions about their future housing by choice rather then by circumstances all while I live my tagline of "Caring For Your Real Estate Needs". I am uniquely qualified to assist the 50 plus market in housing sales and purchases by having additional education and experience helping seniors and their families with later-in-life real estate transactions.  I also draw upon the expertise of a network of exceptional specialists that include estate planners, accountants, elder-care lawyers, aging in place contractors and others who are familiar with local community resources and services. I work with seniors and their families as they navigate the maze of financial, legal and emotional issues that accompany the sale of a home and assist Boomers in relocating to the home of their future.  In some cases, Senior's may make the choice to stay put and a move is not in the foreseeable future for them - that's OK too.

Marion Goard provides Seniors Real Estate Services

Senior Fact!

Burlington is home to over 46% of Halton Region's seniors, with 1 in 6 citizens being a senior.

According to Burlington Age-Friendly Seniors Council

What Senior's may be asking themselves:

  • Should I sell my home, and if so, when?
  • Are there houses out there that would suit my needs better, both now and in the future?
  • I haven't sold a house in decades. What's changed since then?
  • If I move, what is involved? What can I do with all my stuff?
  • If I want to stay in my home but it needs some modifications, what are my options?
  • If I want to stay in my home but need money to do so, what are my options?

Real Estate Reports for Seniors!

As a Senior Real Estate Specialist I'm very pleased to offer you free real estate reports for seniors — designed to help you, or a family member get started on the journey.

 Get Your Free Reports

The primary goal of a M-ASA

The primary goal of a M-ASA is to assist seniors in coming to the best decision for their circumstances, which may or may not involve the sale of their home.

Master Accredited Senior Agents believe that Seniors and their families have the right to:

  • the highest standards of professional service from a REALTOR
  • work with a professional whose mandate is to help them come to the best decision for them, even if it means the senior stays in their own home
  • work with a professional who has close ties to a Network of Exceptional Specialists
  • work with a professional who will take the stress, guilt and anxiety out of the decision
  • work with a professional who will allow seniors to choose which services they avail themselves of, and pay for only the services they require
  • work with highly trained, experienced REALTORS who understand the challenges that seniors and their families are going through
  • work with a professional who regularly participates in training to enhance their skill set
  • be treated with respect and to be dealt with in an ethical manner