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October 2016 Newsletter

Hello October

Welcome to October! Thank you for allowing us to stay in touch with you!  

Are there big events in your lives that you would like to share with us – weddings, anniversaries, new additions to your families? We would love to hear what is going on with you – please let us know! Please scroll down to read about what is going on in our lives, see some of our listings, and learn more about what is going on in the real estate market…

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On a personal note…

Jen’s brother, Ryan, and his family visited last month from Cincinnati, where Jen lived as a child. Jen was so happy to see all of them as they are only able to visit once a year. Also, Jen’s family and some of the soccer team volunteered at the Railhawks game at the concession stand. The group was responsible for collecting money, working the window, making sodas and serving popcorn. All was going well, until half time; if it weren’t for their volunteer status, they might have been fired! There was a mess – ice, soda and popcorn everywhere! Jen’s family is going to volunteer this month as well, so if you go to a game, please look for her and say hi!

Jason had a fun and productive September! He recently bought an investment house and has been working nights and weekends fixing it up, which for the most part he loves to do. He also took a quick trip to Baton Rouge to help Samantha’s family recover from the recent flood damage down there.

September was busy as usual for Sharon and her family. The kids are adjusting to being back in school and Sam has been super busy with his last Marching Band season at Enloe. Ryan finished off his work on “Memphis” at the Raleigh Little Theatre and is onto his next project. The family started the month off with the very sad news of the unexpected passing of their close friend’s daughter, Rachel Rosoff. Sharon would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge the life of a very special young woman, and send her thoughts and prayers to Rachel’s family.

April showers bring May flowers, but September brought new hairstyles to the Frutiger home! Both Morgan and Macy are enjoying new cuts and color this fall! Perry is busy driving the ice cream truck for Lumpy’s while he awaits his ship date to Navy boot camp. Jesse’s Naval ship arrived in Singapore at the end of September and he is having a ball with his friends there, doing some sightseeing. Marlayna has committed to a college to play soccer – the University of Mount Olive will be lucky to have her!

With Kathleen and her husband Ray’s oldest son back to college, a few family trips to attend football games have already been made! Kathleen’s youngest son began his senior year of high school this summer, and he has some last college visits in the works. Fall is Kathleen’s favorite time of year! She is looking forward to turning off the AC and opening the windows, enjoying the leaves changing colors and driving with the top down to Uwharrie National Park to rock crawl with their Jeeps and camp with friends. It’s almost time for a big pot of chili – happy fall y’all:)

Your LuxuryMovers gave back to…American Red Cross, Alzheimer’s, Rand Road Elementary, Railhawks, Enloe Marching Band, and YAKS soccer club. 
Did you know? According to the Triangle Business Journal, August 2016 home sales in the Triangle have surpassed July sales for only the third time in the past fourteen years. Wake County’s strong housing market is evident with an average home sale price in August averaging $301,864 and days on the market average of 31 days. Compared to the Triangle area average of $272,473 and 51 days on market, the Raleigh area continues to be a great place to list your home!
Exciting news!
Your LuxuryMovers Team was given a “Redfin Rockstar” award, as our team was tied for the most closings for August in the United States! Thank you to our buyers!
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Keep your eyes on the stars, and your feet on the ground. – Theodore Roosevelt


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