Rebecca Bomann, CEO and Founder of The SASH Program Senior Home Sale Service Announced Today SASH has Earned an A+ Rating from The Better Business Bureau of Western Washington. An A+ is The BBB’s Highest Rating, and Indicates SASH has Achieved the Highest Standards of Excellence and Trust in the Marketplace:
The SASH Program, a Washington State based senior home sale service firm, announced today it has earned an A+ Rating from the Better Business Bureau of Western Washington – the BBB’s highest possible rating.
By becoming a Better Business Bureau Accredited Business in 2005, The SASH Program chose to be thoroughly evaluated by the BBB, and agreed to adhere to their Code of Business Practices. The Code is built upon the BBB Principles for Trust; a comprehensive set of policies, procedures and best practices for businesses. The BBB ensures that high standards are set and maintained, and exists so consumers have an unbiased source to guide them on matters of trust in the marketplace.
The SASH Program was founded by Rebecca Bomann, a real estate professional with a background in social work, after helping her own Grandfather to sell his home. Ms. Bomann thought there should be a less stressful and more dignified way for seniors to sell their homes, and so she started SASH. The SASH Program provides seniors with a private and custom-designed home sale service, allowing them to bypass the stress and unknowns of a conventional market sale.
“SASH is dedicated to providing a transparent, client-focused service for seniors in transition,” said Ms. Bomann. “Since each home sale is custom-designed around the senior’s specific needs and plans, each transaction is completely unique. To help as many seniors as we have in the past, and to achieve the BBB’s highest rating of A+, is evidence of our dedication to SASH’s three core values of Integrity, Respect, and Service.”
The SASH Program works as a team member with the elder care community, serving seniors alongside other professionals such as assisted living community directors, elder attorneys, financial advisors, social workers, case managers, veterans’ benefits administrators, and senior move managers. This accountability has been part of SASH’s model of service from the very beginning.
Family members, caregivers, and other decision-makers are intimately involved in the offer and home sale process, and SASH informs the senior of the real estate market and expected costs in a conventional sale. As a rule, SASH team members share several selling options with senior homeowners, so they can choose the best path to suit their needs. When an offer is made, the senior can take the time to consider it with family members, without a pressured deadline.
Members of the SASH team undergo a rigorous screening and interview process with extensive background and reference checks, as part of SASH’s commitment to be uncompromising in its care of seniors.
“Recently, a SASH team member had a puzzle made out of a picture of the senior’s home, so he could enjoy seeing it on his puzzle table in the retirement community,” Ms. Bomann went on to say. “Once SASH found numerous coins in a home after the seniors had moved out, exchanged them for over $700 in bills, and hand-delivered the money to the seniors in their new community. These are examples of how SASH always goes the extra mile to ensure the highest levels of service and respectful care for our senior clients.”
Seniors and their families interested in learning more about The SASH Program’s private, custom-designed senior home sale service can visit www.sashprogram.com, or call 888-400-SASH for more information.
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