June 2019
Sarah Reynolds
“Your Home Sold Guaranteed!*”

Happy Birthday, Sarah!

June is my Birthday Month. BUT, why would I mention this to YOU? Well, since you have been kind enough to be a part of our business, I wanted to take the opportunity to give YOU a gift from my team and I. So I’d like to celebrate my birthday by giving you (and those you know) TWO very special gifts!

Yes, TWO gifts.

Gift #1: Your Home Sold, Guaranteed, at Your Price or We’ll Buy It*

Yes, this is the guarantee we are most famous for. And you will know that whether it’s a super awesome real estate market or a housing recession, we have not wavered from this guarantee. The peace of mind from a guarantee like this is a fantastic gift. We can think of none better. Our team is committed to results. In fact, “Results Oriented” is one of our core values. For more than 30 years, people have been coming to us when they want their home sold, at their price and with the least hassle. We look forward to the next 30 years of Guaranteed Results for area homeowners.

Your Referrals Help Our Military & Their Families!

“There is a dignity and majesty in the efforts of all our armed forces, and it is well for us to remember the noble deeds of those who have worn our country’s uniform,” – David Coker, Fisher House Foundation president.

Gift #2: Donations to Fisher House, one of the areas Leading NonProfits

You may recall that my team is on a mission to raise $250,000 for communities we serve and for The Fisher House Foundation. We do this by donating to them a portion of our income from homes we sell. So when you or anyone you know buys or sells the place they call home with us, we deliver on our exclusive guarantees and award- winning service AND a very worthy cause benefits as well.

Since 2018, The Fisher House Foundation has served more than 32,000 families. Fisher House Foundation builds comfort homes where military & veteran’s families can stay free of charge while a loved one is in the hospital. These homes are located at military and VA medical centers around the world.

Fisher Houses have up to 21 suites, with private bedrooms and baths. Families share a common kitchen, laundry facilities, a warm dining room and an inviting living room. Since inception, the program has saved military and veterans’ families an estimated $451 million in out of pocket costs for lodging and transportation.

As a leading non-profit, The Fisher House depends on Sponsorships and Donations to continue its leading-edge service. We proudly donate a portion of our income from real estate sales to worthy causes to help continue serving the needs of those who most need it in our community!

Last month we received 28 referrals. That’s 28 families wanting to buy or sell a home, referred to us by clients like you. This means we have been able to contribute back to Fisher House and many worthy causes.

Who do you know considering buying or selling a home you could refer to my real estate sales team?  Not only will they benefit from our award-winning service and ironclad guarantees, but those who need help the most in our community will get it from The Fisher House Foundation and other worthy causes!

Just give us a call or pass our number on to anyone you know who is considering buying or selling.  My number is 800-836-4295.

Life moves fast for some and we are eager to make the Home Selling and Buying experience a smooth and rewarding one.  Over the last two decades of helping thousands of families sell their homes and/or buy another, we have met some wonderful, loving, caring people.  People like you! 

As we move forward this Summer, please know we are extremely thankful for you being a special part of our business.

Thank you in advance for your referrals! My number is 800-836-4295

Go Serve Big!!!

Sarah Reynolds | The Reynolds Team

800-836-4295 | RTRSells.com

P.S. Check out the story below of how Fisher House became a refuge for Military parents.

When Brayden and Deklin were born they weighed 2 ½ pounds – combined.  In fact, the doctors weighed them in grams on day two:  Brayden at just 400 grams and Deklin only a little bit heavier.

The twins were born January 26, 2011, and for the next 4 ½ months, Frank and Canndice lived a daily, and sometimes hourly, emotional roller coaster, never knowing if their boys would survive and then – if they did – would they ever be able to play baseball, read a book or dance?

“The doctors warned us from the beginning that we might have to say goodbye, at least to Brayden,” said Canndice.  “What helped more than anything was being able to stay at the Fisher House.  Having other people to talk to.  We were all struggling.  One person had cancer, one had hepatitis, and another had a baby in NICU like us.  It didn’t matter, we were there for each other.  I can’t tell you what that means – to know you are not alone.”

The Army had given both Canndice and Frank compassionate reassignments to Ft. Hood, the closest Army Base to Lackland Air Force Base, where the boys were hospitalized.   The Fisher House was their home and their refuge, allowing them to be just steps from their babies. Canndice and Frank had first learned about Fisher House when Canndice was hospitalized after she lost her daughter during her second pregnancy before the twins were born. Frank was on deployment to Cuba.

Canndice had lost a son earlier that year and now a daughter. Canndice was heartbroken, and we almost lost her, too.” The hospital staff recommended Roxanne stay at the nearby Fisher House.  “I soon learned the Fisher House was a place of healing, a place where I could get a good night’s sleep and then just walk across the street and be there for my daughter. I didn’t even have to cook, food just showed up.  Bless God it was one of the best things ever.”

“I truly believe it was the miracle of modern medicine that kept my boys alive and the love we felt from our family at the NICU and our family at Fisher House that gave us strength to go on,” said Canndice through fresh tears.  “You just can’t imagine how indebted I am to Fisher House, for giving me a home at one of the most difficult times in our lives.” Now four years old, Deklin and Brayden are energetic and loving.  They are obviously close and what one does, the other follows. Deklin, who has a mild case of cerebral palsy, still wears leg braces half a day, but they don’t keep him from a rousing game of soccer with his brother or jumping on the trampoline.  In other words, Brayden and Deklin are thriving, active, vibrant little boys.  Determination, the miracle of modern medicine, and the love of their NICU and Fisher House families, have all coalesced to help create a happy, delightful American family.