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5 Reasons to Sell Before Spring

Spring is closer than you think. No matter what the groundhog said today, you have less time than you think to get your home on the market before the busy spring season. Many sellers feel that the spring is the best time to place their homes on the market as buyer demand traditionally increases at […]


Protecting Personal Property

There’s a popular saying that goes like this: “Home is where your heart is.” That saying rings true for many who have found their “home” a safe haven and a place to cherish, convene with family and friends, raise children, cook meals, rest, retire and celebrate. Are you protecting all that makes your house, your […]


The Fed Raised Rates: What Does that Mean?

You may have heard that the Federal Reserve raised rates… But what does that mean if you are looking to buy a home in the near future? Many in the housing industry have predicted that the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC), the policy-making arm of the Federal Reserve, would vote to raise the federal fund’s […]


Our Favorite Holiday Happenings

Join the fun in the 1st State, check out our Favorite Holiday Happenings! Winter WonderFEST November 18 – January 1, 2017, Daily 15099 Cape Henlopen Drive, Lewes, DE Drive through a Cape Henlopen State Park filled with the bright, beautiful colors of the two-mile “Light Spectacular” holiday light show, which includes more than 60 awe-inspiring […]


2016 Boomer Build Recruiting Underway!

UPDATE: Our recruiting endeavor is underway for our 2016 Boomer Build with Sussex County’s Habitat for Humanity! At Irish Eyes on August 21, Live-Life-LOCAL 2016 kicked off our recruiting effort for our 2016 Boomer build with the Sussex County Habitat for Humanity. Quite a few guests signed-up to volunteer to help a Habitat For Humanity […]


Sangria: 2016’s Best Summer Thirst Quencher

2016’s Best Summer Thirst Quencher starts with its humble roots in Spain. Sangria has grown to become a popular, refreshing party drink around the world. In the United States, Sangria was first tasted at the 1964 World’s Fair in New York. The Spanish World area served this fruity wine punch to its visitors, and history […]


Delaware Farmers Markets – Full of Flavor!

Believe it or not, agriculture drives Delaware’s economy. Keeping that in mind, at-home chefs and foodies drive all over Delaware to take advantage of our fabulous Delaware farmers markets and uber-local fruit and vegetable stands. Delaware’s climate provides for an abundance of freshly-grown fruits and vegetables guaranteeing your summer dishes will be full of Delmarvalous […]


FREE ‘How-to’ Clinics on June 18

Free ‘How-to’ Clinics Sussex County Habitat for Humanity and longtime national partner Lowe’s are hosting FREE “how-to” clinics for women volunteers as part of the ninth annual National Women Build. Habitat’s Women Build project empowers women across the country to impact the global housing crisis and help low-income families build strength, stability, and self-reliance through […]


How to Qualify for a Lower Interest Rate

Did You Know… If Just One Of You Apply You Could Qualify for a Lower Rate! Ken Harney, at The Nation’s Housing posed this question: When you and a spouse or partner apply together for a home loan, could you be leaving money on the table by paying too high an interest rate? His answer: […]