Last month I had the pleasure of spending the evening with several past clients, friends, family, and service providers who have helped support me and TripleCord Real Estate through the past 12 years of my real estate career.  I was overwhelmed with thankfulness as I looked out over all the faces that were there—as well as thought on those who were not—and rejoiced at how the Lord had let me be a part of the lives of so many amazing people. 

Together, those who attended enjoyed a delicious Hawaiian buffet, delectable brownies, good table conversation, the beautiful scenery of the Boise River and the Barber Park Event Center, live music, a raffle, introductions to the agents of TripleCord, and the amazing story of what God has done in my life and through our business. 

As I mentioned in my speech that evening, it is a privilege to be a real estate agent and to be invited in to be part of one of the biggest life decisions—and probably the biggest financial decision—many people make.  We feel incredibly honored when clients choose to trust us with that role and allow us to walk alongside them through the process.  Our hope is that we can continue to use the gifts God has given us in this vocation we so enjoy to love and serve people well! 

If you are interested in learning more about the history of TripleCord, our agents, or what our company is about, you can view my speech from the evening HERE.  It is somewhat long, but hopefully will be a pleasant read and share some of the flavor of last month’s party if you weren’t able to attend.

Thank you all for supporting us with your business and for trusting us with the referral of your coworkers, friends, and family members.   We cannot say enough how much each of you mean to us and how grateful we are to be a part of your lives. 

 “I do not cease to give thanks for you, remembering you in my prayers, that the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of glory, may give you the Spirit of wisdom and of revelation in the knowledge of him” (Ephesians 1:16-17). 

By Katie Miller

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