A Coastal Delaware home might be the right match for your family. Do you prefer living by the water? Do you want a low-maintenance house? Of course, desiring to live near the coast and finding the right property are two different things. But while the search can be difficult, it’s possible to find the home of your dreams. And when you do, making a good offer on the property can put you a step ahead of the competition.
This is prime real estate. The more you know about the basics of making an offer on a Coastal Delaware home, the better your odds of acquiring a property.
1. Offer a fair price for the property.
It goes without saying, a low-ball offer isn’t going to get you anywhere with sellers. In many cases, they need to sell the house for a
In late October of 2012, Hurricane Sandy ravaged the majority of the beaches along the northeast coast of the United States. Coastal Delaware was directly hit by Sandy causing major damage and flooding to structures, but also causing immense erosion on its beaches. The once beautiful wide stretches of sand were replaced with narrow strips of eroded embankments.
In a recent news story by Delaware Online they detail how 19.3 million dollars from the Superstorm Sandy recovery package is being used to restore the beaches. Sand will be dredged from the ocean floor back on to the beaches and should be completed by early 2014. Beaches included in this restoration are South Bethany, Bethany Beach, Dewey Beach and Rehoboth Beach, as well as the beach that
My daughter just finished PreKindergarten. Throughout the school year, I pencilled in dance classes, library events, playdates and doctor appointments into my calendar, but until very recently, I never did get around to scheduling a vacation.
Before having kids, my husband and I would fly to Cancun or Punta Cana. With just the two of us, costs seemed manageable, but, now, with airfare to most beach destinations averaging around $400 per person (we are a family of 4), we are renting and staying closer to home.
Here's a quick rundown on why I believe rentals offer the best mix of comfort and value for families:
More space! Renting a house or condo affords way more space than a standard hotel room. The kids get their own room, which also provides
Just recently, Secretary of the Interior Sandy Jewell announced the addition of 28 new National Recreation Trails in the US, as part of an ongoing effort to promote people's enjoyment of the outdoors and their efforts to stay physically fit and healthy. One of the newly designated trails is the Junction and Breakwater Trail, an easy and accessible five-mile trail in Cape Henlopen State Park that connects Rehoboth Beach to the charming town of Lewes.
The Junction and Breakwater Trail is one example of how effortless it is to enjoy the outdoors and improve your fitness in the area; whether you're a visitor renting a summer home or are looking to purchase real estate in Coastal Dealware, you can keep a car of course but you won't have to depend on it. Even
The real allure of living in Coastal Delaware is that you get to live in Coastal Delaware. It's gorgeous, most especially homes in Lewes, and there's just few places we'd rather be. We at Mann & Sons are always on the lookout, though, for special events to make the move here all the better. With summer in full swing, we have our eye on a number of annual events to look forward to.
To get a good idea of the true beauty of the area, we're going to start with the 23rd Annual Lewes Garden Tour, taking place on June 15th. This tour gives you a chance to look at some marvelous "hidden gardens," selected for their variety in styles and types. Along with several within walking distance of Zwaanendael Park, you'll also get a chance to see the Children's
In our never-ending quest to educate our readers about the state of Delaware and Rehoboth Beach real estate and Lewes real estate, we are happy to provide with more facts courtesy of the Greater Wilmington Convention & Visitors Bureau and the Delaware Economic Development Office.
Rehoboth Beach is the state's largest coastal resort town. Methodists who purchase the land for a summer camp and meeting place originally constructed it.
The 87-foot Fenwick Island Lighthouse was painted in 1880 for a total cost of about $5.00.
Twelve concrete observation towers along the coast were constructed during World War II to protect the state's coastal towns from German U-boat attacks.
Fisher's popcorn is a famous coastal caramel corn. It has been ordered from
If you are reading this it is because you have visited our site www.mannandsons.com and are interested in the state of Delaware and in Rehoboth Beach real estate or Lewes real estate. But how much do you really know about the state of Delaware? Well thanks to the Greater Wilmington Convention & Visitors Bureau and the Delaware Economic Development Office we have some fun facts that we’ll share with you about Delaware.
Delaware was the first state to ratify the United States constitution. It did so on December 7, 1787.
Delaware shares a semi-circular border with Pennsylvania. The border was drawn at the time of the original land grants to William Penn from King Charles II and the Duke of York.
The nation's first scheduled steam railroad began in
Rehoboth Beach has grown to become one of the most vegetarian/vegan friendly areas on the eastern shore. With more and more locals becoming health and humane minded, city folk vacationing or moving to the area are thrilled to find more and more options. Rehoboth Beach has exceptional variety.
These days, most restaurants in Rehoboth have vegetarian/vegan options. Grotto’s Pizza offers gluten-free pizza, the Big Fish Grill offers a Fresh Farmer’s Plate, and Arena’s Deli offers a dozen vegetarian sandwiches. But several cater specifically to that crowd.
Described as “eco-global fusion,” Hobos restaurant on Baltimore Avenue uses locally grown food while providing a menu rich in many different cultures. Much to a vegetarian’s delight, the menu is detailed
Let’s face it, parking at the Delaware Beaches can be something of a hassle if you don’t know what you’re doing. No worries, this local has it all spelled out for you! New to the area or visiting? Here are a few need-to-know facts when venturing into Lewes, Rehoboth, Dewey, or Bethany Beach during the summer season.
Parking meters in historic Lewes are in effect from May 1 to October 15. Metered parking is limited to three hours. There is also a parking lot at Savannah Rd. and the canal. Lewes Beach also has a metered parking lot. Parking on non-metered streets is free!
In Rehoboth Beach, parking meters go into effect the Friday before Memorial Day, from 10 a.m. until midnight. All meters are $1.50 an hour and head-in parking only. There are several
The summer can’t come soon enough for beach lovers in Southern Delaware. Already in Rehoboth Beach, we’re enjoying 65° to 70° weather, glorious mornings and balmy nights. From the restaurants along the boardwalk, you can watch the hypnotic waves and never want to leave.
Why not stay the whole summer? Many people do. Thousands of visitors make their way to this area each year feeling welcomed with all the Rehoboth Beach activities such as horseback riding, brewery tours, and day spas. Some other highly rated vacation activities include:
Junction & Breakwater Trail
Clear Space Theatre
Indian River Life-Saving Station Museum
Mann & Sons, Inc. REALTORS® have a large inventory of Rehoboth Beach rentals for