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The National Association of Senior Move Managers (NASMM) is the leading membership organization for Senior Move Managers and, as such, is the best place for you to find one. NASMM is recognized for its innovative programs and expertise related to senior move management, transition and relocation issues affecting older adults.

  • NASMM members specialize in helping older adults and their families with the daunting process of downsizing and moving to a new residence.
  • NASMM members are experienced professionals, bound by a pledge of integrity, committed to safety and ethics, and dedicated to continuing professional development.
  • NASMM members will move you expertly, compassionately, and affordably.
HIGHLIGHTS

NASMM 2016 Annual
Conference Expo

February 25-28, 2016
La Cantera Hill Country Resort
San Antonio, TX

NASMM FrontDoor Training
Now Available From NASMM!
Industry Established Senior Move Management and Business Development Training

NASMM @ Home
NASMM Senior Move Managers® can assist you and your family with numerous downsizing and simplifying tasks in a current home!

Senior Move Manager–Certified (SMM-C)
The only certification program for Senior Move Managers based upon both knowledge and experience.
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