'Miracle Home' Label on Properties Means Hope for Sick KidsFri, May 31, 2013
As you search for homes on remax.com, you'll probably come across a number of them labeled as a "Miracle Home." You might wonder what that means. Well, when a home is listed as a Miracle Home, it signifies that the listing agent of that property will make a donation to Children's Miracle Network Hospitals after that property sells!
There's nothing more moving than seeing a child still manage a smile or giggle through the pain of life-saving treatment or surgery. Millions of sick and injured children are treated every year at the 170 affiliated CMN Hospitals (much of that care is charitable), and these hospitals are committed to helping their patients continue to be kids despite their health challenges. It's pretty remarkable.
RE/MAX agents who participate in the Miracle Home program believe in the amazing things happening at local CMN Hospitals. They want to help their local hospitals continue to make miracles for kids in their communities. In fact, RE/MAX agents have donated $123 million to CMN Hospitals since RE/MAX became a sponsor in 1992.
And as a homebuyer or seller, you can play a part too. If you're interested in helping your CMN Hospital through your home sale or purchase, find a local RE/MAX agent who can help you do both. Tell your agent that you want to make a difference for sick and injured kids in your area by making your home a Miracle Home.
If you're not looking to buy or sell right now, you can still support your local CMN Hospital by making a donation at www.cmnhospitals.org.