“Home”Ward Bound Impactful Real Estate News – October 2019

“Home”Ward Bound Impactful Real Estate News

October 2019

Richi Khanna

Homelife/Miracle Realty Ltd. Brokerage

Go Ahead… Give Your Self a Real Treat This Month!

The month of October can be a spooky month, maybe even a scary month with monstrous problems. Yikes!! Well maybe not, but words like that seem to be popping up everywhere as kids and adults alike look forward to Halloween.

In fact, according to the USA Today, adults spend more on themselves to celebrate Halloween than any other day during the year. I get that. Especially if they want to hang out with the kids to go trick or treating, or to a Halloween party of some kind.

For many homeowners and home buyers though, they are truly scared.  Scared to death of how in the world they are going to get out of their house and into their next one (the trick).

My Treat: As a result of working with over 100s of families over a 4-year time span, we have developed a special program to help home sellers and homebuyers. We will guarantee the sale of their present home at a price agreeable to them and in the unlikely event their home does not sell, we’ll buy it. Now that is a how you turn a trick into a real treat.

AND remember… YOUR referrals help Fight Cancer!


My heart breaks for many young people and families who will not be able to enjoy this fun time of the year out trick or treating or going to Halloween parties.


As you know, tragedy falls on many in this life. Tragedies like sickness, cancers and other nasty diseases.  We aim to do what we can to help not only adults but kids as well who are unable to get out and have fun right now due to these evil health problems.


Our Go Serve Big mission is to raise raise $10,000 for the Canadian Cancer Society of Toronto. We do this by donating to them a portion of our income from homes we sell. As you know CCS does a tremendous job of helping people by improving and saving lives of many with their comprehensive approach to the work against more than 100 types of cancer. As they are leading non-profit, they depend on sponsorships and donations to continue their leading-edge care and keep family’s expenses to a minimum.  So YOUR REFERRALS REALLY DO HELP THE CANCER VICTIMS…

Anyone you know considering buying or selling a home please refer them to my real estate sales team.  Not only will they benefit from our award-winning service, but a very worthy cause will benefit as well.  You can always call me direct at 647-997-1281 or forward my number on.

You and your referrals mean more than ever to my team and I.  As we move forward, please know we are extremely thankful for you and your being a special part of our business. 

With all my appreciation.

Richi Khanna

Your Home Sold Guaranteed or I’ll Buy It !*

P.S. The story of this young lady enclosed may cause you to look at your loved ones differently.  It did me. Check it out. 


 Meet Cassie…

Knowing she might be at higher risk because of her family history, Cassie received genetic counseling. Genetic testing revealed that she carries a BRCA gene mutation.

Cassie, 42, has a history of cancer on her mother’s side. Several of her mom’s sisters had breast cancer in their 40s, and her mother and one aunt tested positive for a BRCA gene mutation. Knowing she might be at higher risk because of her family history, at age 32 Cassie chose to have genetic counseling to learn more about her risk. From there, she decided to get genetic testing which revealed that she, too, carries a BRCA gene mutation.

To address her increased risk, Cassie opted to have a bilateral mastectomy—to have both of her breasts removed. Having seen so many of her family members diagnosed with breast cancer, she was confident in her choice. The decision to have her ovaries removed to manage her ovarian cancer risk was much harder for Cassie. When she learned she was BRCA1 positive, she had two children, but wanted more. Her doctor advised her that if she wanted to have another child, she should get pregnant soon due to her increased cancer risk. Soon after giving birth to her third child, Cassie had her ovaries removed.

Now, she is committed to keeping her body as healthy as possible and sharing her story to make a difference in the world for women whose lives have been touched by hereditary breast cancer. Cassie is from Texas, where she lives with her husband and three children and works as a non-profit consultant. She previously worked as an international aid worker, traveling extensively to help others.

*Certain Condition Apply