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2009 

The Lewes Delaware Fire Department can thank Kari Ainsworth of Kia Massage for giving of her services. Kari has been giving the well-deserved volunteer fire fighters a 10-minute chair massage. She has been doing this every other month for the past several months. Ms. Ainsworth told the Cape Gazet...
12/30/2009
Tanger Outlet Center in Rehoboth Beach Delaware awarded over $90,000 to the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition. The donation is part of Tanger's annual breast cancer awareness campaign. Tanger's 2009 campaign to battle breast cancer funds were raised through the sale of the Tanger pink card. For a ...
12/27/2009
The 2010 Polar bear Plunge is a month away! Put your game face on and come out sporting your best summer duds and take the plunge. Brrrrr! The 19th annual Atlantic Ocean, Rehoboth Beach Delaware plunge is scheduled for Feb 7th at 1:00 p.m., snow or shine. Are you brave enough? The event is for th...
12/26/2009
  This is quite an achievement considering Keller Williams Realty has no national advertisements such as television spots, commercials, or radio announcements. We do not have any company jingles like some large  and well recognized firms, nor do we sport any colorful jackets with firm logos. Our ...
12/23/2009
1. Saving the Commission. Often times the principal reason homeowners make is that they can save the commission by selling their own home by themselves. Experience proves this is not usually the case. Buyers today are very savvy. They feel, whether it is true in particular instances or not, that ...
12/21/2009
23. The Settlement Problem. Once a contract is signed by the seller and buyer, a complicated and highly detailed process starts which leads to the settlement when the owner gets his payment for his home and the new owner takes possession of the home. The process involves loan processing, in which...
12/21/2009
21. Lack of Future Interest. Many buyers often feel the owner has no future interest in them once the sale is complete, whereas the Realtor does. The owner sells, moves away, and no local or personal contact information is provided in the event a future problem arises that was not evident at the ...
12/21/2009
19. Any Strangers have Access toYour Home. The For Sale by Owner sign in the yard is an invitation to anyone to ask to see your home. While such occurrences may be infrequent, it has happened, and can happen, that undesireable strangers gain access to your home. There also have been instances whe...
12/21/2009
17. Underpricing Danger. Owners are not familiar with the often rapidly changing market conditions, and the characteristics of supply and demand for a particular type of home, in specific locations, as is the experienced Realtor. As a result of lack of knowledge, owners often under-price their ho...
12/20/2009
15. Buyer's Reluctance on Inspection Details. Related to the home showing are several details which may not seem at first to be of great importance, but often are. Many buyers when they are going through a home with an owner, are reluctant, or will not, open cupboards, closets, medicine cabinets,...
12/20/2009
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