Brandon knows and respects the intricate details of successful property management since he has been both a landlord and owner of a successful property-management company (now merged with Long and Foster). And as an Eastern Shore native, he knows our area inside and out. You can trust Brandon and his teams to expertly market, manage and protect your property––exceeding your expectations and those of your tenants every step of the way.
The largest privately owned real estate company in the mid-Atlantic, Long and Foster has been a leader in the property-management business for over 40 years. With its outstanding reputation, global marketing tools and established team of real estate professionals, Long and Foster offers property owners a level of service and satisfaction which other companies can’t match.
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Rehoboth Beach, Delaware (pronounced ruh-HO-bith) Stylish, artistic, and fun-loving, Rehoboth Beach is the most historic––and some would say most sophisticated––of the Delaware shore communities. In older neighborhoods, expect beautiful tall trees, lovely lawns, and graceful single-family homes that capture the classic architectural styles of the Mid-Atlantic. In newer neighborhoods, look for handsome houses, condos, and townhouses that invite casual beach living.
Year-round and summertime residents of Rehoboth Beach enjoy fine restaurants, trendy bars, eight nearby golf courses, a long boardwalk, and the beauty and pleasures of the Atlantic Ocean and Rehoboth Bay. Locals also enjoy popular annual events such as the Rehoboth Film Festival and the Chocolate Festival, which bring notoriety and special fun to the community.
What else does Rehoboth Beach have to offer? Low taxes (including no sales tax in Delaware), top brands and discount prices at a nearby outlet mall, and a gentle pace of life on the Delmarva Peninsula, where nature’s beautiful open spaces will tempt you to hike, bike, fish, sail, and swim. Indeed, two of Delaware’s most splendid natural preserves––Cape Henlopen State Park and the Delaware Seashore State Park (with its miles of undeveloped beachfront)––are just a few minutes down road.
Ocean View, Delaware If you’d love to live at the beach, but would rather not pay beach-town prices, consider a move to Ocean View, Delaware. Just west of Bethany Beach, charming Ocean View is very much a part of the shore region––and only a short drive (or bike ride) away from the ocean or bay.
Choose a lovely country home in an established neighborhood, or consider a brand-new house in one of several planned communities now under construction. Enjoy working close to home in growing Sussex County, and when it’s time to relax, plan a lazy day at the ocean, an afternoon of sailing on the bay, or a sun-drenched round of golf at one of eight nearby courses. When great dining is on your mind, choose from one of Ocean View’s many popular restaurants––or take a short drive to any of several trendy night spots located along the coast.
Shopping is a breeze, too. Ocean View is home to countless stores, shops, and boutiques which sell everything from fine furniture and clothing to fresh seafood and farm-fresh produce. There’s also a thriving outlet mall a short drive away. And since Delaware has no sales tax, the price on the tag is exactly the price you’ll pay. Source Written by Jerry DiCairano