Quick Tips For Fast Home Sales

Selling your home can be a daunting task – it is a time consuming and an emotional process. You have spent time in your house, made beautiful memories there and now its time to move on towards bigger and better things in life.

Selling Your House May Not Seem The Easiest Thing To Do, But By Following These Amazing Tips, You Can  Sell Your Home Quicker and With Little Stress:

First Impressions
The old saying “First Impression is the Last Impression” is a golden piece of advice. When potential buyers enter your house they have already judged your house. The exterior of your house has made 80% of that impression. So before putting your house out on the market make sure the exterior looks pretty and the front yard is well kept and maintained, and you have no broken lamp posts or dangling lights.

Keep Your House Clean
Keep your house ready for buyers. You never know when a potential buyer could show up so make sure your house is clean and ready to be presented. If your house is messy and cluttered, chances of impressing a buyer is slim.

Lighting Really Matters 
Lighting plays a key role in selling your house. If your house is well lit it will attract potential buyers more. So before having any buyers over make sure the interior and exterior of your house is well lit. Investing a little money in brightening up your home before selling can go a long way.

Hire the Right Real Estate Agent 
The beach is filled with real estate agents, some are definitely better than others. Our advice is simple, do you research. Check there past records and see how many deals they have closed. Another way to check the credibility of the agent is by checking reviews posted online about them by past clients. In this digitally advanced era, all of this can be done easily.

Hiring a Professional Photographer Is a Good Idea 
You can’t sell a home with out a good online presence these days.  The higher quality and quantity of pictures the better chances of selling your home. For this reason, it is a really good idea to hire a professional photographer who can take amazing pictures of your house for you to upload. The photographer should specialize in real estate and preferably be able to get drone video and 360 degree images as well.

De-clutter your property and it will look much more spacious to potential buyers.

Make Your House Look Spacious 
Potential buyers want to look for a house that is spacious and has enough space to store their items. This way they know that they wont have to spend extra every month on paying rent to storage units. Use the illusion of space, make your closets look empty, organized the garage and freshen up the pantry. Take all the extra stuff that you have lying around – and either sell it, donate it or keep it at a storage unit. This will de-clutter your property and make it look much more spacious to potential buyers.

Make The Small Repairs
Spending money on small things that need to be fixed around the house will result in greater rewards than you can imagine. When a potential buyer walks into your house, he will be delighted to see that it is turn key ready upon purchasing the house. Also, a fresh coat of paint always increase the chances of a home being sold.

Want more tips on how to sell your home fast and at market price – Call Ashley today (302) 841-4200

March at the Beach

Rehoboth Beach Gumbo Crawl:  March 2

Rehoboth Mard Gras’ Annual Gumbo Crawl will be held on Saturday, March 2, 2019 from 2pm to 5pm.  Tickets will be available for $10 (cash purchase).  Proceeds from the ticket sales will be donated to the Rehoboth Beach Volunteer Fire Department. In 2018, Rehoboth Mardi Gras was able to donate $5000.00 to the Rehoboth Beach Volunteer Fire Company…. It just gets bigger and better every year.

The winners for the 2018 Gumbo Crawl:

1st place ~ Cafe Azafrán.

2nd place ~ Mariachi

3rd place ~  Zoggs Raw Bar & Grill and The Sea Hogg Street Eats ‘n’ Catering Food Truck.

Cultured Pearl Buffet Extravaganza: March 3

The 27th Annual Cultured Pearl Extravaganza.  All You Can Eat sushi buffet and dish sampling.  This event is ALWAYS packed full.  2 Hour table seatings every hour, book your table now.  Only $37 per person.

More Information: Cultured Pearl Extravaganza 2019

Fat Tuesday Celebration at Fork + Flask:  March 5

It’s about that time of year again! We’re celebrating Fat Tuesday right here at Fork + Flask on Tuesday, March 5th and we’re stoked to welcome back Megan Jones, fresh off maternity leave – a New Orleans native and dear friend who will be in the kitchen preparing a variety of #NOLA inspired dishes, including:

Crawfish Wontons
trinity + crawfish + cream cheese + ponzu

Fried Okra
house-pickled whole okra + remoulade

Collard Greens
fresh collards + smoked ham broth cider vinegar

Po’ Girl Sliders
fried shrimp + dressed + remoulade

Red Beans & Rice
braised red beans + “trinity” smoked andouille + jasmine rice

Crawfish Etoufee
Louisiana crawfish + “trinity” + jasmine rice

Shrimp & Grits
andouille + trinity + anson mills stone ground grits shrimp + love, heart and a dash of soul

Ocean City, Maryland 2019 – Ocean City will be glowing in green as the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival, sponsored by the Delmarva Irish-American Club, marches down Coastal Highway on Saturday, March 16, beginning at noon. The procession begins at 60th Street and marches south to the 45th Street Shopping Center, where the viewing and judging stands will be. Trophies will be awarded for best marching band, best commercial float, best non-commercial float, best motorized unit, best adult marching unit, best youth marching unit, special committee award, judges’ choice award and best overall entry in the parade.

Boosting Curb Appeal | Bethany Beach Real Estate

Boosting Curb Appeal: Bethany Beach Real Estate

Bethany Beach Real Estate
If the outside doesn’t look attractive, how are you ever going to draw them to the inside?  ‘Don’t judge a book by its cover,’ does not apply when selling a house. Most prospective homebuyers just scurry along when scouring the area where they want to buy a house, deciding whether to inquire about the house for sale based on how nice it looks. The first impression really is the last impression.  That is what you should keep in mind while selling your house. Especially when you are selling in the Southern Delaware Beach Communities where competition is high against the booming new home construction! So, how do you distinguish your lovely home from a sea of similar looking ones? By Boosting Your Curb Appeal of Course!

What Is Curb Appeal?

Curb appeal is the first eye catching level of charm felt by those viewing a property from the street. Curb appeal is subjective and varies depending on a persons tastes, previous property ownership and what they are looking for in their new home. But, one thing is certain… If your home does not catch a prospective buyers eye and draw them in, it will be hard to win back their first opinion.   Concentrating on the things you can control does boost your curb appeal and the chances of catching a buyers eye.  A good starting point is to ask yourself if the lawn is mowed, the paint is maintained, siding is looking good, the roof isn’t falling apart and landscaping features are in order.

Why Is Curb Appeal Such A Big Deal?

The better the curb appeal of a home, the more buyers will be attracted towards it. Curb appeal can also be a way for sellers to increase their home’s resale value.

Beach Homes And Curb Appeal

Beach houses come in a variety of styles while always maintaining an aura of easygoingness and that amazing sea breeze smell. It does not matter if your beachside home feels more tropical or nautical, the same rules for curb appeal can apply.

Themed Front Doors!

The front door is obviously one of the most important aspects of a home’s curb appeal as it’s what ties the front of the home together. The color, texture, style and size of the front door makes a big difference to the appeal of a beach home. It is important to choose a door that is complementary to the rest of the home. Of course, keep plants (real or fake) out on the front porch to really tie in the calming tropical theme.

Eye Catching Accessories 

If you really want to play on the nautical theme while really grabbing attention from onlookers, then you can add nautical details to your home. You can add elements from the history that surrounds the area. Usually adding on creamy white shutters, nautically themed weather vane alongside weathered shingles is enough to get your home noticed.

Summertime Fun

Accentuating the endless summertime possibilities can be a good way to go when staging your home for interested buyers and increasing curb appeal. You can add some summer accents in and around your home. Landscaping may be done in a non-conventional way by keeping out some low maintenance plants and just simple elements. You can add in some beach chairs on the porch, stone paths and hydrangeas to really make your home scream summer.

Never Bored On The Boardwalk

A boardwalk style pathway is perfect for a home that is nearby to the beach! Besides looking extremely elegant and igniting feelings of some beach relaxation, the boardwalk also makes sense for its accessibility. Even if your home isn’t that close by to the beach, adding a boardwalk can definitely help your home exude a more beachy vibe.

Two Words: Front Lawn

If you are blessed enough to own a beach home that has a big front lawn then you should really make the most of it! A deep green lawn, neatly mowed with crisp mulch bed accents is hard to come by in our Quiet Resorts. Off setting the deep green with bright flowers in nautical planters can  quickly draw buyers eyes to areas you’d like to highlight (or away from places you might want to hide) You can create an inviting look or comfort and relaxation by lining up Adirondack chairs on the lawn.   Remember – landscape is visually appealing, but many buyers are looking for weekend homes with lower maintenance so keeping it elegant, yet simple is important.

Perfect Porch

Sitting on a nice porch after dinner enjoying a warm summer nights sea breeze, what more could you ask for? Your front porch is what takes the over all view from the street and funnels people through the front door, make sure to really emphasize it for buyers. Outdoor furniture on the porch with comfy plump cushions and a coffee table create again offer a relaxing and comfortable feeling! Don’t forget the lighting, you never know when a potential buyers is going to drive by after dinner for a second look.

The Bottom Line

You do not need to spend a fortune to improve your curb appeal and make your home more attractive to potential buyers. Tying in your themes and creating the feel of a beach home is ultimately what will be appealing.  Always keeping the front of the house neat and orderly, not just for scheduled appointments, is extremely important.  Just get creative use colors to move people’s eyes, have fun with it and if you are not sure what to do… call Ashley  (302) 841-4200 she is a listing specialist and has a great network to help you get the most value for your home.

2019 Will Be A Great Year For Sellers

2019 Will Be a Great Year for Buyers AND Sellers

2019 Will Be a Great Year for Buyers AND Sellers | MyKCM

Many homeowners believe that rising interest rates and home priceshave scared away buyers and therefore have not listed their houses for sale. However, the truth is that buyers who were unable to find a home last year are out in force, and there are even more coming!
NerdWallet’s 2018 Home Buyer Reportrevealed that:

“Approximately one-third (32%) of Americans plan to purchase a home in the next five years. Millennials are most likely to have such a purchase in their five-year plan (49%), versus 35% of Generation X and 17% of baby boomers.”

As we can see, buyers are optimistic! According to the report, here are the top reasons Americans plan to buy:
2019 Will Be a Great Year for Buyers AND Sellers | MyKCM

The most common reason Americans prioritize buying is that they believe it’s a  good investment !

If you’re a homeowner looking to sell, 2019 is the perfect year to put your house on the market. But why?

  1. Buyers want to buy
  2. No competition!

At least 3 of the renowned organizations that report on real estate market trends predict that homeowners are going to wait until 2020 to list their homes, leading to a nice increase in sales (as shown in the graph below).
2019 Will Be a Great Year for Buyers AND Sellers | MyKCM
Don’t wait for a competitive market; be ahead of the curve and sell your house at the best possible price!

Bottom Line

There are plenty of buyers entering the market! Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer or a current homeowner looking to move-up to your next home, let’s get together to discuss your real estate needs!

Beat The Rush

Thinking of Selling Your House? This is a Perfect Time!

It is common knowledge that a great number of homes sell during the spring buying season. For that reason, many homeowners hold off putting their homes on the market until then. The question is whether or not that is a good strategy this year.
The other listings that come out in the spring will represent increased competition to any seller. Do a greater number of homes actually come to the market during this season in comparison to the rest of the year? The National Association of Realtors (NAR) recently revealed the months during which most people listed their homes for sale in 2018. This graphic shows the results:

The three months in the second quarter of the year (represented in red) are consistently the most popular months for sellers to list their homes on the market. Last year, the number of homes available for sale in January was 1,520,000.

That number spiked to 1,870,000 by May!

What does this mean to you?

With the national job situation improving and mortgage interest rates projected to rise later in the year, buyers are not waiting until the spring; they are out looking for homes right now.

Bottom Line

If you are looking to sell this year, waiting until the spring to list your home means you will have the greatest competition amongst buyers. Beat the rush of housing inventory that will enter the market and list your home today!

Hello, November

Can you believe we are already in November? Before we know it, we will be celebrating Thanksgiving and then the holiday craziness will begin.

Here in our area we are sill in the midst of a great seller’s market. Click HERE for a great article about getting your home ready to sell.

Want to sell your home, but, don’t know what your home is worth? FIND OUT HERE!

This weekend the Roxana Volunteer Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary is hosting it’s 2nd Annual Antique, Classic Car & Tractor Show from 10-2pm on Saturday, November 3rd. (Rain date is November 4th.)

This weekend also begins The Salted Rim’s Holiday Family Dinner and Movie Night! Climb aboard an authentic train car for a magical journey to the North Pole! For more information and tickets, please click HERE!

The Ashley Brosnahan Team is hosting an Open House in sought after Swann Cove West!

Saturday, November 3rd from 11-1pm
30532 Homestead Court
Selbyville, DE 19975

Stop by to say hello and see this beautiful home!
Click here for a 3-D tour!
Have a great weekend!


Bethany Beach Relocation

Bethany Beach Overview

Known as the “Quiet Resort”, Bethany Beach as a small Delaware coastal town nestled between two popular state parks. Also known for its extensive boardwalk-backed beach.

The Delaware Seashore State Park situated north of town offers a barrier island situated between the Indian River and Rehoboth bays with miles of beaches on the Atlantic Ocean. South of town the Fenwick Island State Park offers a surf area and plenty of dunes.

Also, Holts Landing State Park just northwest of Bethany Beach provides a 203-acre park. Since 1965, visitors enjoy fishing, crabbing, and clamming on the shallow waters of the Indian River. Visitors also enjoy the park’s beautiful landscapes from sandy beaches to hardwood forests and grassy fields.

Bethany Beach Town

The Neighborhood Scout site provides this Bethany Beach overview:

With a population of only a little more than 1,200 with 505 total housing units (apartments and homes), real estate becomes expensive.

The town consists of large single-family homes. Many homes contain four or more bedrooms. Owner-occupied housing accounts for 95.4% of Bethany Beach homes.

Most of the homes built between 1970 to 1999 give it a “Brady Bunch” look. Charming, large family homes near a popular beach. Most homes are seasonably occupied as vacation homes. Many are available as rentals during the summer season.

Thus, the Bethany Beach housing market illustrates its popularity as a vacation hub.

Bethany Beach Real Estate Market Trends for 2020

In 2018, Delaware media reported that fewer beach homes for sale drove up the prices.

USA Today’s Delaware Online site reported in July of 2018:

Many people living in colder temperatures now discover a “life of luxury in slower, lower Delaware”.

One example, of how close to the ocean Delaware multi-bedroom homes attract wealthy dreamers includes former Vice-President Joe Biden who bought a home in the Cape Henlopen area in 2017.

One family bought their North Bethany Beach neighborhood home in 2016 for $719,000. Two years later, if they decided to sell they would list it for $1 million.

Inventory is low and demands high. That’s because many people buy beach property to own and enjoy rather than as an investment property.

Yet, many baby boomers buy coastal Delaware properties because their children and grandchildren will want to visit them at the beach.

“Location, location” as the old saying goes is true here. The closer to the beach, the higher demand leading to higher prices.

Over the past year, Neighborhood Scout reports “an annual appreciation rate of 17.17%”. Over the past quarter, this makes Bethany Beach amongst the highest appreciation rates in the country.

Neighborhood Scout claims this town’s “latest annual appreciation rate higher than 50% of other Delaware cities and towns”.

Therefore, Bethany Beach offers future real estate investment strength for 2020.

Trulia provides the following Bethany Beach Market Trends as of February 2019:

Bethany Beach experienced an increase of 2% ($10,685) in median home sales during the past year. Also, during that time the average price per square foot rose from $464 to $541.

This chart demonstrates the rise:

Median Sales Price in Bethany Beach

No. Bedrooms –                        y-o-y               3 months prior       1 year prior

1 Bedroom – – – – –

2 Bedroom – – – –

3 Bedroom          $450,000    (+ 27.1%)            $376,000               $354,000

4 Bedroom          $783,500    (+ 26.4%)            $542,500            $620,000

All Properties      $604,000     (+ 1.8%)             $480,000               $593,315

As you can see, only 3 bedrooms to 4 bedroom homes sold in the past year. Their prices averaged an increase of over 26% over the past year.

The average for all properties was $604,000 showing a yearly increase of 1.8%.

Bethany Beach Demographics

For 2019, Bethany Beach demographics show:

Total population in 2019 = 1,202;

Over 53% = 63 years and over;

58% = college graduates;

5% = foreign born;

Per capita income = $52,512; and

Median household income = $78,889.

The Two Most Popular Neighborhoods in Bethany Beach

Knowing where to look first in Bethany Beach begins with the two most popular neighborhoods:

Brighton Trl / Greenway

This neighborhood primarily offers medium-sized (3 to 4 bedroom) to larger (5 or more bedrooms) single-family homes. Most homes owner-occupied and built between 1970 to 1999.

Offering a unique time capsule in architectural styles. Often describes as “Charming”. This neighborhood distinguishes itself as having the most Austrian (6%) and Scottish (7.7%) ancestry neighborhood in America.

Bethany Beach (Town Center)

Like the Brighton Trl / Greenway neighborhood. Most homes consist of medium size (3 to 4 bedrooms) to larger (5 or more bedroom) single-family homes. Most owner-occupied and same “charming” architect style (1970 to 1999) homes.

Located near the waterfront making it a nautical neighborhood. Historic, walkable on the water. A very quiet and peaceful neighborhood. Perfect for educated, wealthy professionals. Most residents of Belgian (1.7%) and Irish (30.6%) ancestry.

Bethany Beach Restaurants

Relocating to Bethany Beach becomes easier when knowing the best restaurants in Bethany Beach.

Trip Advisor recommends these Bethany Beach Delaware restaurants:

[Note: All are 4.5 Stars except where noted below]

Off the Hook ranks as #1 from 683 reviews. As the name suggests, fresh seafood including favorites like crab cakes, lobster rolls, and swordfish.

Sunshine Crepes ranked #2 from 156 reviews. Fresh crepes filled with seafood or vegan and vegetarian options.

Cottage Cafe came in at #3 with 982 earning 4 Stars. Their crab soup filled with vegetables earned lots of praise.

Pomodoro Pizzeria ranks #4 from 92 reviews for Italian cuisine and pizzas with wonderful salads.

Patsy’s Restaurant ranked #5 by 181 reviewers. Their shrimp and grits along with their potato salad and asparagus got great reviews.

Bethany Blues BBQ Pit #6 ranking with 4 Stars from 539 reviews who especially loved their BBQ baby back ribs.

Sedona earned a #7 rank from 204 reviews. Their fresh crab meals and the summer salmon earned high marks.

The Blue Crab Restaurant #8 rank with 4 Stars from 264 reviews. Their crab legs got many good reviews.

DiFebo’s Restaurant ranks #9 with 4 Stars from 430 reviews. Seafood in Italian and Mediterranean style cuisine where their calamari and cioppino got good reviews.

Bluecoast Seafood Grill ranked #10 from 454 reviews who especially liked their halibut cheeks and local seafood.

Bethany Beach Schools

The Indian River School District oversees the Bethany Beach schools. Their website provides important information about their schools. They also provide links to the home page for each school in their district here.

You probably want to know about the best schools in or near Bethany Beach?

The Niche.com site highly ranks the following public schools in or near Bethany Beach:

The Indian River School District oversees the schools in and near Bethany Beach.

Southern Delaware School of the Arts, a public grades K-8 school with 460 students earned an A- emphasizing arts and education.

Lord Baltimore Elementary School earned an A- offering public schooling for grades K-5 with 650 students.

Selbyville Middle School got a B+ as a public school teaching grades 6-8 with 690 students.

Indian River High School earning a B educating grades 8-12 with 940 students.


Bethany Beach relocation offers a “Quiet Resort” lifestyle near the beach.

We focused on the town, its demographics, real estate market trends, restaurants, and schools. Yet, so many fun outdoor activities in Bethany Beach exist. Check out our recent post here titled “Bethany Beach Things to Do”.

Plenty of seafood restaurants and good nearby schools for your entire family’s education and enjoyment.

Contact Us to find out about the many benefits of Bethany Beach relocation and the homes available to purchase.

Steven Rich, MBA – Guest Blogger

Weekend Fun

The Delaware beaches have so much to offer this fall! If you are looking for something fun to do this weekend, we have you covered!

One of the most talked about events is the The Annual Sea Witch Festival. This event is a 3 day event not to be missed! For more information, click  HERE!

Parsons Farm in Dagsboro is hosting their annual Trunk or Treat! Bring the kids out to enjoy a safe spot to collect candy. All kids must be dressed in costume.

For more information, you can contact Parsons Farms Produce: 302-732-3336.

Looking for a little kid free time? Salted Vines and Anchors Aweigh Entertainment, LLC are proud to host HALLO-WINE in the VINES, an Adults only, fundraising effort to benefit the Get Well Gabby Foundation.

The Ocean View Police Department is hosting their 4th Annual Halloween Festival Cops and Goblins at John West Park. There will be food, fun, petting zoo and more! For more information, you can contact the Ocean View Police Department: 302-539-1111.

**NOTE: Due to impending weather, this event has been moved to Sunday at the same time.

All of us here at The Ashley Brosnahan Team hope you all have a great weekend!

Winter Storms

January 12, 2018 | Neil Brosnahan
by Ashley Brosnahan
Well it’s been a fairly mild winter temperature wise so far.  The beaches however have really taken a beating the past six months.  Starting back in October we had a Nor’easter that chewed up the manmade beaches and dunes, but created some incredible sandbars.  Then the storm a couple of weeks ago “Jonas” took another swing at the sand from the beaches and dunes in Bethany Beach.  This time of the year that is typical though.  While winter storm Jonas was a well publicized event the storm back in October and the one occuring today didn’t really recieve a lot of media attention.  Today the ocean is again whipped up into a frothy beast.  I find it funny how the media can ignore some weather events and overdramatize others.  The flooding and beach eriosion that is going on today is pretty bad.

As most people who buy homes here are not familair with coastal storm events I often get asked what to expect.  Since I have lived here my entire life there are not many storms that surprise me.  I know that the tide will come up, I know that Pennsylvania Ave in front of the Bethany Beach post office will be under water, and I know not to try and drive down Fred Hudson Road.  Generally these winter storms come up the coast from the Gulf of Mexico, head out to sea somewhere around Cape Hatteras and pass off our coast creating huge waves and hard onshore winds.  The duration and velocity of the wind can vary but the longer the duration the higher the tides will be.  Most of the property damage around our little beach towns is limited to shingles being blown off and some minor flooding in the low lying areas.  The building codes here have really helped to protect a lot of the homes in our area.  Generally speaking most of the homes that are on the Ocean Front and waterfront are built to be situated well above the highest of the high tides.  Occassionally we get a storm that tracks an odd direction and isolated areas get a little wetter than others.

There are some things that you can do to minimize your exposure to the highest of the high tides and strong winds.  Most of the things are common sense, but as most people are not from the area they are not aware of a lot of things that affect our area.  So here are some tips for keeping dry during the winter storms.

  • While most building codes restrict building below the flood plane often times people are tempted to put living area on the ground floor.  Basically anything that is built below the flood plane is uninsurable.  So its a good idea to not put anything down there that you are not willing to lose.
  • As most homes that are in the flood plane are built on pilings the area underneath the homes usually becomes storage areas.  As most people tend to have a lot of toys at the beach it is a good idea to build some racks to store the toys.  Bikes, beach chairs, umbrellas, and such will fare better in an elevated position than if they are left sitting at ground level.
  • Make sure that anything mechanical is located above the flood elevation.  Most insurance companies require this but sometimes people end up putting things like an extra refrigerator or freezer in the ground level.  I’ve even seen washer and dryers located down there as well that are used for beach towels and such.  A small platform that eleveates these even a foot will go a long way in making sure that the next season these appliances are not ruined.
  • There are some homeowners that keep a car in the garage for beach use.  If you know a storm is comming it’s a good idea to get it to high ground.  It would be a bummer to come down to the beach and the Jeep is ruined.
  • Speaking of cars do not drive them through flood waters.  The water depths can be deciving and you can find yourself in trouble quickly.  Also our flood waters are Salt Water.  Even if you make it through the water the salt can damage your vehicle.  If you absolutely have to pass through some water take your car to the car wash and get the undercarriage sprayed with fresh water.  The damage caused by the salt will creep up on you and have unexpected consequences.
  • Make sure you do a sweep of your property before you leave.  Store furniture and umbrellas for the season.  Make sure that the trash cans are secured.  High winds can blow deck furniture around and smash it into a sliding glass door.  There are always trash cans floating down the roads and blowing around during winter storms.  So if you don’t want to buy a new set of trash cans every season make sure they are secure.
  • After the storm is over take have someone take a look at your home.  Shingles may have blown off, siding may be damaged, or gutters may be gone.  It’s always better to find this out sooner than later.
  • Keep a passive eye on the weather.  It’s not always the media hyped storms that tend to do damage.  Today is the perfect example.  No one is really talking about any storm but we have extremely high tides and some pretty heavy winds.  It’s coming from a storm that is pretty far off of our coast.  Although it was sunny this morning the ocean was churned up!  There are some weather apps that will send you an alert when we get a coastal flood warning.  My favorite is accuweather.com

Don’t get me wrong owning a home on the water is an awesome thing.  Don’t let the few times that the weather gets ugly discourage you from buying your dream home.  The beautiful sunny days and cool ocean breezes far outweigh any ugliness that mother nature may toss at you.  See you at the Beach!

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