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July 2013

Found 3 blog entries for July 2013.

Rehoboth Beach vacation homeDeciding on whether or not to invest in a new piece of real estate is always a tough decision. Some might prefer to buy, while others might prefer to rent. Each has their own benefits, as well as drawbacks. Rent or buy a Rehoboth Beach vacation home...if you’re unsure of which might interest you, consider to the following questions:

1. Would you like to spend time at the residence?

A benefit to owning a beach house is that it’s within your power and rights to rent it out during the seasons you might be elsewhere, and or, would like to be. It allows you the freedom to gain an extra source of income as you are otherwise employed, without needing to be currently there to manage your household either.

2. How much time and money are you willing to spend
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One Virginia Avenue Rehoboth Beach condominiumAre you considering purchasing vacation property in Rehoboth Beach? There are lots of very good reasons why Rehoboth Beach condominiums are the best solution to vacation living in the Delaware beaches communities. 

  • Affordable - Condos are often more affordable than single family properties. You can have plenty of interior space for guests in a better location (i.e closer to the beach) than you could afford in a single family home.
  • Easy Upkeep - The yard work is done for you as well as all exterior maintenance.  You can spend your vacation time vacationing, not doing yardwork. The HOA fee is far more affordable than paying for maintenance by yourself, and you don't have to spend time overseeing the needed work.
  • Security - When you go home, you lock
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It’s a sign of the times!

Most of us grew up thinking that if we planned well and played by the rules, we’d never have to stand by as our financial lives unraveled. 

But upheaval on Wall Street, unacceptable rates of unemployment and plummeting real estate values have taken their toll.  Since 2007, 7.9 million homeowners have lost their homes to foreclosure. Current estimates are that one in four homeowners owe more on their mortgages than they could get from the sale of their home. Millions more homes will be lost to foreclosure before this real estate crisis runs its course.

The sad fact is that foreclosure is not an isolated event. For months leading up to the loss of a home, financially strapped homeowners live under a cloud of uncertainty.  And

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