Client Letters

Nov. 8, 2017

November 2017 Client Letter

Happy November 2017!  As is the norm, I am already planning that I am going to get all my Christmas shopping done in November this year.  It never happens but someday I will actually accomplish this lifelong goal.  This could be my year!  By the way ...

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Oct. 4, 2017

October 2017 Client Letter

Fall is almost here.  Ah…my favorite part of the year.  While we still have some heat coming our way, I have thoroughly enjoyed the recent cool temperatures and incredible sunsets.  No making fun of me.  I like sunsets and sometimes girly cooking movies (umm No Reservations ...

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Sept. 11, 2017

Client Letter for September 2017

I hate Facebook.  I love Facebook.  One word…Facebook, (which should be two if English mattered anymore), that sums up both the miraculous, ray beams of connectivity and the fermented, darkness of evil separation.  Ok, I know I totally went dramatic but I got to use “fermented darkness ...

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Aug. 9, 2017

Client Letter for August 2017

August is coming and in short order I will have TWO middle school age boys.  I swear, they were 2 and 4 years old just yesterday.  Tackle football is also coming to the West family.  I personally LOVE to play, but I’m not loving the idea of my 13-year-old doing ...

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July 6, 2017

July 2017 Client Letter

On the way into work today, I started thinking about those old Beverly Hills Cop movies with Eddie Murphy which struck me as very odd.  Then I realized I had been singing the “The heat is on…” one of the movie’s theme songs for the last day or so.  Yes ...

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June 7, 2017

June 2017 Client Letter

Salutations from Salt Lake City!  I am visiting for a few days and getting a lot of market research done so I can pass along updated real estate information to you.  While I am enjoying the fair weather, I also get to look around at beautiful trees and snow-capped mountains ...

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