Thank you St Joseph for answering my prayers! As is traditional when the saints answer our prayers, here is my testimony:
My parents have a nice house and were trying to sell it last year. They had someone put it an offer which they accepted but they weren't happy with the offer and the woman trying to buy it was quite demanding and pushy. Thankfully she pulled out at the last minute (after I gave offerings to the house spirits saying it might be nice for her not to live there after all haha!)
They took the house off the market over the Christmas period but then put it back on sale at the beginning of this year. Three months in and there was no interest, so my atheist/agnostic parents ask me if there is anything I know that might help. I know St Joseph is very traditional to pray to in house selling, you can even buy St Joseph Sell-Your-House Kits in Catholic supply shops. Being the patron of fathers and carpenters seemed especially auspicious since my father is both of those things.
I prayed a 9 day novena to St Joseph at my ancestor altar where I do any of my Saint work, using a traditional prayer asking for a smooth and rapid sale for a good honest price. Before the 9 days was up they had two or three viewers in quick succession. An offer was made but it wasn't quite the price my parents were asking for. I extended the 9 day novena by a couple of more days and the people who were interested increased their offer to a price everyone is happy with. BAM. That was fast.
Thank you St Joseph. I'd also like to add that there are traditional practices out there where you bury a St Joseph statue upside down or do something mean to his image to threaten him into working faster for you. Many will tell you this is a folk practice, not acceptable by the Catholic Church, but I found this practice being given on some very official looking Catholic websites. Threatening spiritual beings in magic in order to get faster results is a practice as old as the hills.
I tried giving it a go at the beginning of the novena but felt mean and got bad vibes from it, so I apologised and just removed that segment of the novena practice. St Joseph is also the first saint I ever prayed to many years ago when I did my first ever road opening and job finding working. Got the results fast, he really is a wonderful and powerful saint. As promised, my atheist/agnostic parents will now make a donation to a charity in his name and will be sure to have an image of him in their new home.
St Joseph's feast day is 19th March, which fell during my novena (a happy "accident" for me)