Category Archives: Construction

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Will my new Delaware home appreciate?

“I thought home prices were going up but then I noticed that in some of the your new home communities homes are selling for less than the sellers paid only 5 or 10 years ago. “ Let’s talk history and home appreciation in Delaware This was part of a discussion I had with a prospective […]


Our Featured Boomers Tony and Beth Baldi

Our Featured Boomers are Tony & Beth Baldi, who relocated to Pelican Point in Millsboro from New Milford, CT. Beth is a retired school teacher of 25 years while Tony, retired from active duty after 35 years of service to our Country. When the Baldis began looking toward retirement, they considered South Carolina before choosing […]



10 Ways To Personalize Your New Home

It’s only natural to want to put your stamp on your space. Baby Boomers want their home to reflect their ideals and passions. Personalize your new place with these 10 Easy Ways To Personalize Your New Home Paint your front door Hang personal photos and art Paint a wall or two or three Accent a […]


5 Reasons to Sell This Fall

The holidays are right around the corner and you might not think that now is the best time to sell your house. But with inventory below historic numbers and demand still strong, you could be missing out on a great opportunity. Here are five reasons to sell your house this fall 1. Demand Is Strong […]


Mortgage Myths That May Hold Back Buyers

Fannie Mae’s “What do consumers know about the Mortgage Qualification Criteria?” Study revealed that Americans are misinformed about what is required to qualify for a mortgage when purchasing a home. The 2 Mortgage Myths that may be holding back buyers are: Myth #1: “I Need a 20% Down Payment” Fannie Mae’s survey revealed that consumers overestimate […]


August Homes Sales Remain Steady

A recent post by Doug Rainey, at Delawarebusinessnow.com says, August homes sales have remained steady in Kent and New Castle County. “Home sales remained steady in August in Kent and New Castle counties in August.” Figures from the TREND multiple listing service showed the average selling price  in New Castle stood at $228,000, compared to […]


Keeping Cool: What Type of Central Air Conditioner Should I Buy?

Cheryl Meyers at Amerispec answered this homeowner’s question about installing a new central air conditioner: I’m considering installing a new central air conditioner. What type should I buy? Look for the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating (SEER) for the unit. In general, a higher SEER indicates a more energy-efficient air conditioner. The U.S. Department of Energy […]


AAR Short Video: Infrastructure

Watch this short video on Infrastructure and learn about the different ways that developers put in the necessary utilities, specifically the water and sewer system infrastructure, into new home communities like Heritage Shores and Independence. When you work with one of our agents, we make sure you know the whole story. It’s not just about […]