Myth or Fact: St. Joseph Patron Saint of The Home

saintjoseph It is called the “St. Joseph Home Sale Practice”: For untold thousands, this has been a very effective practice for many, many years. As with any word-of-mouth customs, the central theme can get very clouded, from gradually becoming so surrounded by numerous how, when and where details that, even well-meaning people begin to erroneously render the practice as nothing but superstition, hocus-pocus, magic, etc. There have been many different spcifications as to how to bury the statue etc. Really the specifications mean little if anything. What does mean something is that the seller… asks St. Joseph for his help…believe that he will intercede…and trusts him…all as very simply set forth the “The Way of St. Jodeph”.

St. Joseph has been very good to me in real estate and other petitions.

Fot the practice of St. Joseph to be fully effective, however, sellers must, of course, first do such practical, yewt all important chores, as completeing all necessary fix-up, proper staging, and price adjustments to reflect true market value…then…Just watch St. Joseph mke it happen…

One Last Word, for greater intensity of our love and own good, and that of all Christians, we seek from St. Joseph and from all those saints whom we impplore:
Example in their way of life…
Fellowship in their communion…
aid by their intercession…

Together We Can Sell Your Home

Just Sold - 220,000.

Just Sold - 220,000.

just SOLD 1913 and 1945 South Parker, Marine City
just SOLD 1913 and 1945 South Parker, Marine City

These days, tax credits and high housing inventory make it a buyers’ market. If you’re a seller, don’t despair. There are a variety of renovations that can help make your home stand out. Many buyers look at numerous homes when shopping for a house; so enhancing your home to make it more memorable is vital and increases the chances of a successful sale. Call 810-765.8167 today and let’s get that house SOLD!!!

South East Michigan Real Estate is Moving

Wynne at Work

Wynne at Work

Algonac Homes For sale – Marine City Homes for Sale St. Clair Homes for sale. Yes, that is right. Properties are selling. Our office negotaited an offer today on 1 vacant parcel in China Township and a residence in Marine City. We scheduled 4 showings for properties that are listed in East China, Marine City and Algonac and expect 2 more offers by week’s end. I am in the process of lisitng a home in Marine City on the St. Clair River, a Condo in Marine City, and a home in Clay Township  MI. It takes a little more work today and a lot more hours for a real estate agent to get that listing sold. Gone are the days of putting the listing into the MLS with a picture or 2. Today’s real estate market is saturated with homes for sale. There needs to be nine – twelve or more photos in MLS. These listings now go right into Google Real Estate. 

 Then listing should also be in the RealComp MLS, too. From there it will penetrate “MoveInMichigan.com.

It is very important to have a visual tour  of your home linked to the listing data sheet. These are just some of the Extra Steps an aggressive Real Estate Consultant will take to market your property to the buyer’s market that is searching the web daily for the best prices home.

For more information  or to list your home call my direct line today 810-765-8167.

Marine City Businesses Sponsor Great Lakes Titanic Dinner Cruise

For all of the Titanic Buffs out there here is an event you are sure to want to attend. Check out this exciting evening that is being sponsored by a few Marine City Businesses. If you ever wanted to put yourself on the Titanic to experience what may have happened had there not been an ice berg follow the link above, learn more and get your ticket today…We are having a mid spring dinner cruise to replicate the evening cruise of the Titanic. Of course everyone gets back to the dock safe and sound. Costumes welcome and encouraged.

Back From Phoenix Summit

Always trying to stay one step ahead of the market, off to Phoenix to a CyberStar Summit. There were 0ver 100 Top agents from around the country at this by invitation only event. Lots of great ideas, new and quick technology tips to help me help buyers and sellers in Macomb, Oakland, Sanilac and St. Clair Counties, across the nation or even the world for that matter. New ideas to compete in this “changing market” had us all working hard. These 100 plus of the most aggressive, progressive, forward thinking professionals in real estate today together made magic. We are sharing our methods of success. The faculty consisted of the continent’s top producing real estate professionals, all ranking in the top 1% of REALTORS® in North America. An Associate from New Jersey,CYberStar from New Jersey Barbara Wiessman,

  My Goal, to achieve increased sales for our Algonac, Marine City and St. Clair sellers, and to keep transactions together for our buyers through more creative steps in negotiations and increased use of technology. Barb’s of course was to do the same for Bergan County sales.
I have been involved with the CyberStars since Feb 1996. This Conference and the systems learned from the “ENERGY WITHIN” our group have armed me with the best tools available to provide the highest quality of service to my clients. In addition, I continue to build a tremendous network for referring my clients to the best agents all over the country when they’re considering a move or looking to buy a second home out of the area. I also received invaluable insight on the benefits of operating from a business philosophy and incorporating the latest technology to keep me on the cutting edge. As a part of the Conference, I received information for consumers about the top six mistakes that sellers can make when selling a home, as well as criteria for evualating and hiring a real estate professional on my TEAM. As a public service, I have decided to make the reports available to Algonac, Marine City, St. Clair infact all area residents at no charge. Anyone wanting more information can email me or call me 810-765-8167.

Clay Township Looking For New Roof

CLAY TWP.– The township is seeking bids to repair its leaky roof before winter weather breaks through the patches.

Sections of the township hall’s roof are more than 20 years old and are in need of repair, township Clerk Michael Pellerito said. Click here for more

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Are You Thinking of Selling ? Here is some good information.

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114584249523505328 The Blue Water Area

St. Clair County – The Blue Water Area Experience Marine City The HEART of the Blue Water Area Known for the amazing blue waters of Lake Huron and The St. Clair River, the Blue Water Area boasts all-season recreation, many unique and historical communities and a small-town family lifestyle with close proximity to big city amenities. Located in southeastern Michigan 60 miles northeast of Detroit via Interstate Highway I-94 and 60 miles east of Flint via Interstate Highway I-69, St. Clair County is home to one of Michigan’s oldest settlements, Michigan’s oldest lighthouse and Michigan’s last operational lightship. The Blue Water Area’s love of the water is apparent along the 33 miles of the St. Clair River scenic shoreline. Riverfront communities of Port Huron, St. Clair, Marysville, Marine

City and Algonac offer a recreational water wonderland and are virtually a boating and fishing paradise. Ship watching is the Blue Water Area’s top, unique attraction for visitors and residents alike. Large ocean-going freighters pass through the narrow channel where Lake Huron flows into the St. Clair River more than 29,000 times each year, carrying more tonnage than what passes through the Suez and Panama Canals combined. These majestic giants, measuring up to 1,003 feet in length, pass so close; you can almost reach out and touch them. In addition, hundreds of brightly colored sailboats and sporty powerboats dot the waterways and horizon from May through October, adding to the picturesque beauty of the Blue Water Area. Visit My Web site, http://www.wynnea.com, for more information or Call Wynne on cell 586-260-7653