19806 Princess St, Rehoboth Beach, De 19971 | $64,900

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Property Details

Nicely updated with Architectural shingle Roof, Vinyl Siding, Vinyl Windows. Three season Sun Room adds nice living space, as well as a den/office bump out with separate entrance. The porch decks are composite, low maintenance material. Split bedroom
  • MLS Number: 721462
  • Status: Active
  • Price: $64,900
  • Property Type:
  • Area: Lewes And Rehoboth Hundred
  • Community: Camelot Mhp
  • School District: Cape Henlopen
  • Square Footage: 1,020
  • Year Built: 1979
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Full Bathrooms: 2
  • Number of Stories: 1
  • New Construction: No
  • County Taxes: $411
  • Association Fee: $10
  • Furnished: No
  • Lot Square Feet: 5,000
  • Lot Size Acres: 0.11
  • Lot Description: Landscaped
  • Water: Public Central Water
  • Sewer: Public Central Sewer
  • Community Amenities: Community Center, Pool-Outdoor

Interior Features

  • Kitchen: Eat In
  • Heating: Forced Air, Oil
  • Cooling: Central A/C
  • Flooring: Carpet, Vinyl
  • Basement: Crawl Space
  • Appliances: Dryer-Electric, Oven/Range Electric, Range Hood, Refrigerator, Washer, Water Heater Electric
  • Interior Features: Bedroom-Entry Level, Ceiling Fan(s), Insulated Door(s), Insulated Window(s), MBED-Full Bath, Screen(s), Walk-In Closets, Window Treatments

Exterior Features

  • Style: Modified Single Wide
  • Construction Type: Mobile (Prior 1993)
  • Exterior Type: Vinyl Siding
  • Roofing: Asphalt Shingle
  • Foundation: Piers
  • Parking: Driveway/Off Street
  • Porch/Deck/Patio: Porch - Front
  • Exterior Features: Storage Shed/Outbuilding

Listing Courtesy of BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY HOMESERVICES GALLO-L

Rehoboth Beach Luxury Home Marketing Accounts for Basic Differen

Luxury home sales often trace a path that differs from the rest of the market. Just as high-end buyers can afford to take their time to find exactly the property they are looking for, Rehoboth Beach luxury homeowners tend to pick and choose when they will market their properties. That's pretty much what happened in the aftermath of the 2008 housing crisis: many luxury home owners in Rehoboth Beach decided to hold off and wait for the market to rebound before listing. Now, as the housing market continues to recover and home values continue to rise, the potential number of buyers interested in these homes is also on the upswing.

For those who have been postponing the sale of their own Rehoboth Beach luxury home, thisspring is shaping up as a likely time to act. Before you list though, it can't hurt to revisit some basic truths in high-end real estate marketing.

Selling a luxury home requires a different marketing psychology than does traditional real estate. It simply takes longer to find the buyers for these homes, so it is almost always necessary for their owners to practice extra patience throughout the sales process.

It is absolutely essential to work with a real estate professional with experience and connections in the luxury market. An experienced agent understands the ins and outs of selling a Rehoboth Beach luxury home. It's not unusual for them to have fostered a network of qualified potential buyers who may be interested in the property.

Luxury home sales are driven by the desire to attain or maintain a specific lifestyle. It is often necessary to sell the lifestyle as effectively as the home itself. This means staging the home properly, highlighting specific "starring" details, and making sure that everything inside and out is immaculately maintained. It means a little more work for both home owner and agent, but the plus side is the size of the reward at day's end.

If you have a luxury home in Rehoboth Beach and suspect that now is the right time to sell, contact me for the kind of reliable guidance that brings success!

3 Reasons Sussex County Parents May Choose a College Home Rental

For many Sussex County parents of high school seniors, these are hold-your-breath days—the time of year when college acceptance letters begin showing up in Georgetown mailboxes. If all goes well, after settling on a school, next comes tackling the array of decisions that follow. Chief among them: where he or she will live. Many parents tend to take the common course, assuming that a college dorm is automatically the best answer—but a college’s room-and-board plan is actually only one of the possibilities. In fact, it may not be the best financial, social or developmental choice for parent or student. Renting a house can be an intriguing alternative. Here are three of the reasons why some Georgetown parents decide a home rental makes more sense:

1. Cost

Sharing a home rental is often significantly less expensive than renting an apartment—or even a dorm room. Prices vary, but it’s more than possible to end up paying as much as $4,500 per semester for student housing. If your student lives on campus during the summer, fall and spring terms, that would create a $13,500 bill for the year’s housing (the equivalent of paying more than $1,000 in rent per month). Considering that most dorm rooms are tiny, that translates into a much higher cost per square foot than does a shared home rental.

Renting even a one-bedroom home near campus can give your child more space and quiet time to study without interference from fire alarm-pulling pranksters or noisy roommates. Every student is different, and having a place to escape the hustle and bustle of campus life can provide some kids with the extra focus they’ll need for success.

2. Safety

When students live in crowded dorms, many parents worry that they are more likely to catch colds or other communicable diseases. Being packed into a dorm with hundreds of people who may or may not behave responsibly is a dire way to view dorm life, but that is some parents’ view. When their child lives on his or her own or teams with a select group of roommates, some parents breathe easier.

3. Responsibility

With a home rental, any student will learn more about responsible adulthood than when campus authorities assume parental-like responsibility for day-to-day living. Students who are on their own may be wholly or partially enrolled in school cafeteria programs, or may learn to shop for and prepare their own meals. Household and maintenance chores will be theirs to handle, rather than being the province of college employees. In that way, a college home rental can serve almost as a youngster's "starter home." They will graduate from college with a rental history, self-sufficiency skills, and home stewardship experience that will prepare him or her to better care for their own home later in life.

Of course, it’s not universally the best answer to the student housing problem: every institution and child combination are different, and different youngsters respond to independence and responsibility in differing ways. But if you haven’t thought about the possibility, it could be worth looking into. If I can help with a referral to a rental agency—or if you’d like to consider buying—do give me a call!