St Joseph can sell your Home

St Joseph is known to the world as best real estate agent ever - since hundreds of years
he has been helping people to sell their homes.

Where should you bury a statue of St Joseph?

According to tradition if you really want to sell your home quickly you should bury a statue of St. Joseph upside down in the yard of your home.  Praying to St. Joseph for a quick sale and burying a statue of him is said to always bring a fast offer on the home. Realtors and homeowners swear that this legend is true and that if you do bury a statue of St. Joseph while praying for a quick sale that your prayers will be answered.

But make sure that you bury that statue of St. Joseph in the right spot. If you don’t bury the statue in the right spot then you might end up helping the neighbors across the street sell their home before yours or you might end up helping a person on the street behind you sell a home. Where you put that statue of St. Joseph can make a big difference in how quickly the home sells.

The tradition of burying a statue of St. Joseph in the yard of a home that you’re trying to sell goes back thousands of years. It is believed that because St. Joseph is the patron saint of home and family if you pray to him for help when you’re selling your home and you bury a statue of him on the property he will help you by sending buyers to the home so that you will get a quick offer on the home. Time and time again people that are trying to sell their homes have turned to St. Joseph for help and thousands of people that have successfully sold homes are convinced that St. Joseph answered their prayers and helped sell the home.

This tradition became so popular that in the 1980’s and early 1990’s realtors bought small plastic statues of St. Joseph by the case and buried them in the yards of the properties that they represented praying for a quick sale. It must work, because many realtors continue burying statues of St. Joseph and praying for a sale when they put a new house on the market to this day.

What is the right spot to bury a St. Joseph statue in order to help your home sell faster? There are a lot of theories. One thing that all of the versions of this tradition agree on is that the statue should be buried upside down. If the statue is buried upside down then the statue will work extra hard to get out of the ground and back into a safe, comfortable home which will make the house sell more quickly. So make sure that you bury the statue of St. Joseph upside down, and once the house has been sold make sure that you dig up the statue and take it with you to your new home so that you can put it in a place of honor to thank St. Joseph for his help in selling your home.

One of the most commonly recommended places to bury a statue of St. Joseph in order to make a house sell quickly is in the backyard of the home, especially in any flower beds that are in the backyard. Another popular way to bury the statue is to bury it sideways, with the hands of the statue pointing towards the house to direct people to the house. Some people swear that burying the statue upside down three feet away from the house is the best way to get a quick offer, while others say that burying the statue facing away from the house is sure to bring a quick sale. And the most recommended spot to bury a statue of St. Joseph is 12 inches into the ground, upside down, right next to the For Sale sign on the lawn. According to tradition this is the ideal spot to bury a statue of St. Joseph if you want to sell your home quickly. You should bury the statue 12 inches down because then it won’t be easy to get to the top but it won’t be too difficult either. If your house has been on the market for awhile and you’re not having any luck selling it try burying a statue of St. Joseph face down right next to the For Sale sign and pray to St. Joseph. Chances are good that you will sell the house very quickly.

Jim Wagner