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March 2021 Homeward Bound Newsletter
Dated: March 3 2021
Spring is Springing! Yay! I just came inside from shooting a video outside and WOW! It’s nice out! Yes I realize that when you get this and read it that it could be cold and rainy, but those cold days are just about over. Everyone loves Spring, primarily because it means… summer is near!
For many across this beautiful country though, it’s still COLD, grey, and snowy! One thing is for sure, this winter season is coming to an end. It does every year without fail.
Just like the weather seasons come and go, so do the seasons of life.
This past year was difficult for everyone that I know, it impacted some people in more ways than others, but ultimately, we went through all the seasons, and made it here.
Some of life’s seasons will be HOT and others will be COLD, some high and some low. The lows we want to move by quickly, the highs we want to stay in forever. But it’s the low points, those tough times, that I have learned the most from. All of the experiences through these seasons make me who I am.
Unfortunately, there are some that will have a Spring Time they would much rather forget.
With all the beauty this Spring time brings, there is also the ugly for some. Just down the street from where I’m typing this, CHEO has a full house of kids with some fighting for their lives.
For them and their families, Spring time is the furthest thing from their mind. Don’t get me wrong, these families long to see their kids out in the yard playing or riding their bikes but for now, they are praying this will be a season of healing.
This spring, we wanted to do more for the kids at CHEO, which is why we decided to be the title sponsor at the For the Kids Gala.
THANK YOU! This year, we’d like to give even more.
The CHEO Foundation is Making a Difference Today and for Tomorrow.
Last year, you helped us donate $25,000 for CHEO! This year we decided to DOUBLE that amount. We do this by donating to them a portion of our income from homes we sell. As you know CHEO does AMAZING work in helping kids fight through and survive nasty diseases like cancer, Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, leukemia and others.
They are able to provide this care and keep patient costs to a minimum due in large part to and Donations and Sponsorships. We are proud to be an official sponsor of CHEO!
REFER YOUR FAMILY & FRIENDS:
I want to make it easy to refer your friends, neighbors, associates or family members considering making a move, so here are your options:
1. You can go to www.feelyrealestate.com/resources/referrals and enter their contact info on line or forward the link to who you know considering a move.
2. Of course you can always call me direct as well at
Over the few years of helping hundreds of families sell or buy the place they call home, we have met some wonderful, loving, caring people. People like you! We are so grateful. Thank you for reading over this months Homeward Bound, and thank you for referring anyone you know considering buying or selling to my team. They will be in good hands and a very worthy cause will benefit as well. Don't take our word for it, here is a recent testimonial from one of our clients.
"We hired the Feely Group to sell our home and they did an unreal job helping us out. I put all my trust in them and followed everything that they recommended. I was a little apprehensive with their marketing strategy but they reassured me that I had nothing to worry about! They communicated with us every step of the way. After helping stage and get the home ready, our home sold for $185,000 over asking price. We had a huge return on our initial investment. I love that they donate to CHEO with every sale, so it was great to be a part of that! I highly recommend this team to anyone who is looking to sell their home!"
- Sam D
With all my appreciation
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