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July 7, 2003

Bargain of the Day: Saint Joseph Home Seller Kit

by Feòrag

Estate agents are a waste of money, so why not waste your cash on a Saint Joseph Home Seller Kit - Your Underground Realestate Agent:

Worried about selling your home?
What about finding a new home, or that first home???
Maybe your friend or a loved one is needing help with the sale or purchase of a home.
Thousands of people every year rely on St Joseph for help. May be you should too!!!
Saint Joseph
The Patron Saint of a Happy Home
Selling or buying a home can be one of the most stressful events in your life. It makes no difference how many times you have gone through this event, it's always a time of worry and anxiety. If you feel that you would like to have a little extra help in selling or finding that new home read on.
Long standing tradition tells us that burying a statue of Saint Joseph on your property (some say near the real estate sign and others say near the front entrance) and asking for Saint Joseph's help will aid you in selling your home. Is it a guarantee? Nothing based on faith is guaranteed but countless home sellers and real estate agents have been asking for Saint Joseph's help for generations. This phenomena has been written up in publications like The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Salt Lake Tribune and The Lincoln Journal-Star, to name just a few publications.
The tradition of burying a statue of Saint Joseph finds its roots in the ancient Catholic custom of burying blessed medals in the ground and asking for heavenly blessings on the area. Today, homeowners of all denominations ask for Saint Joseph's help in selling and buying their homes.
Each hand painted resin statue of Saint Joseph is 5" high and comes in its own full color gift box. Included in the box is a full color story card, explaining the steps required to invoke this wonderful tradition, and a holy card with the Prayer to Saint Joseph.

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