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13July

Look at clouds from both sides now ... from renting and buying

 

Look at Clouds from Both Sides Now…from renting and owning your own place at the beach!

 

Whether you own a house at the beach already or you are renting this summer, the clouds and rain have kind of gotten in the way of plans!  It’s been a rainy summer for sure. Those most frustrated by the weather lately are our beach home renters.  A few weeks so far have brought practically daily rain, which can dampen family fun and end up breaking the budget with daytime activities. 

 

This weather is out of character for Delaware beaches in the summer (and even off of Farmer’s Almanac predictions!).  Still, renting for a week puts a lot of pressure on Mother Nature (and mothers and fathers); you have to make the most of every day you have budgeted to spend at the beach. 

 

If you are here at the Delaware Beaches for the first time this year and the rain is getting you down, take heart!  It’s been exceptionally rainy – not the norm.  And hopefully you are finding some great rainy day activities:

 

  • Grabbing a poncho at the dollar store and hiking through Cape Henlopen State Park – even down to or up from the Gordon’s Pond entrance in Rehoboth’s North Shores
  • Renting a Quest kayak in Lewes (as long as it’s not torrential or bringing thunder and lightning!)
  • Enjoying sales tax-free Delaware’s shopping – especially locally owned, independent businesses in Downtown Lewes and Rehoboth Beach
  • Lounging in one of our growing numbers of cafes
  • Spending a few extra dollars on Second Street in Lewes on unique puzzles or board games (for adults and kids)
  • Exploring fishing excursions from the Lewes-Rehoboth Canal
  • Discovering the many, many metropolitan-worthy art galleries through Rehoboth Beach and Lewes
  • Taking kids to library programs for a change of scenery
  • Strolling through the Rehoboth Beach Farmer’s Market on Tuesday or Historic Lewes Farmer’s Market on Saturday

 

Ultimately, the best way to take the pressure off of packing everything into your weekly rental experience is to consider the feasibility of making it a year-round opportunity.  Renting has many short-term advantages financially; however, if you are a regular renter, your annual investment could make way for a vacation home of your own! 

 

If you would like more information about properties and pricing, The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group would love to help!

 

Posted in Lewes Real Estate News

06July

Paradise Found - in Milton!

As we celebrate the birth of our nation this July, it’s a perfect time to take a closer look at Milton – one of the earliest Delaware towns – which has so much to offer! 

While “The First Town in the First State,” designation goes to Lewes, Milton boasts its own, rich historic significance.  The town now called Milton was settled by English colonists about 40 years after Lewes, in 1672.  In 1807, it officially became “Milton,” for the poet John Milton. 

Architectural history fans will certainly see the poetry of the city’s preserved Victorian and Colonial design.  Especially through the 19th century, the Town of Milton thrived as a shipbuilding and button making hub along the banks of the Broadkill River.  This industry enabled development and period style, which is still reflected in the heart of the Historic District; yet Milton retained a distinctly “small town” feel.  Those industries waned through the years, but the heart and charm of the downtown remain. (Milton earned its designation on the National Register of Historic Places on June 25, 1982.)

Whether you are a Delaware Beach local or are looking to relocate to the area, a walk through Milton is definitely worth it!  The historic charm of Kings Ice Cream meets modern industry of Dogfish Head’s craft brewery, among other great stops.  Home prices may be quite a surprise, too.  While inventory is still low throughout the area, The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group currently offers the following charming homes in the always-quaint Town of Milton: 

419 Chestnut Street

$179,900

 

206 Chestnut Street

$229,900

 

312 Federal Street

$279,900

For information on these or any other properties in the area, please contact The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group at (888) 770-6664 or (302) 645-6664.  Or visit us online at www.leeanngroup.com.

Posted in Local News and Information

04July

Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness at the Beach!

Delaware is “The First State” for many reasons. As all Delaware history students know, it was literally ‘first’ to ratify the Constitution.  We have a rich history throughout our state – from Sussex up to New Castle County.  

Delaware is always first in my book for celebrating Independence Day.  History is written every year as Delaware’s beaches continue to top themselves, year over year, with amazing July 4th celebrations.

If you are visiting and thinking of buying a home at Delaware’s Beach communities, this July 4 may seal the deal!

Don’t forget:


All Day:

Kids’ fun and games on Second Street in Lewes

Starting at 5 p.m.

World Famous Doo Dah Parade!

Find your spot along Kings Highway, Second Street or Savannah Road for the most classic American Hometown parade ever assembled.  Or, line up by Lloyd’s IGA grocery store to join in the parade yourself! 

Tonight:

Rehoboth Beach Main Street sponsors amazing fireworks

Dewey Beach goes for the Guinness Book World Record for fireworks

Lewes Beach offers triple views (clear-sky dependent) of displays from Broadkill to Cape May – and even Rehoboth sometimes…

We know how to throw a birthday party! If you are in Lewes for July 4, you will get swept up in truly the most classic Norman Rockwell portrayal of what it means to be in American for our nation’s Independence Day.  If it sounds too good to be true, it is – but so is Delaware! 

Thank you to all of our military veterans – from Delaware and throughout the nation – for securing our “life, liberty and pursuit of happiness” year-round.

Happy July 4, 2013 from The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group

22June

Beautiful Weekend for an Open House!

Join us in Cannery Village!

The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group is hosting two open houses in beautiful, well-located Cannery Village in Milton:

Saturday, June 22, 2013

Noon – 2 p.m.

311 Summer Walk Boulevard

136 Ellison Drive

For more information, contact The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group at (302) 645-6664, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or www.leeanngroup.com.  As the top real estate professionals in Sussex County for over a decade, we provide "Superior Service, Outstanding Results!" 

 

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Posted in June

22June

"Where do you see yourself in five years?"

Maybe you have heard this question in job interviews: “Where do you see yourself in five years?” It’s either a welcome opportunity to share our goals and life plans, or it’s a time to realize that we really need to think about the answer!

Many people think about renewal this time of year - around the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year in terms of daylight and the position of the sun. Especially in our beach community, even more than the calendar year, summer feels like the beginning.

Fortunately, it IS just the beginning of summer!  It is time to 'plan' to relax and make sure we hit the summer “must do” list: enjoying brunch and dinners at favorite local restaurants, setting aside beach time, biking the Junction and Breakwater Trail, making it to yoga in the Canalfront Park, and getting enough local corn as soon as it’s in! (At least that's my list!)

It’s also a great time to ask, “Where do I want toLIVE in five years?”

No matter what stage you are in life, from first-time homebuyer, second home vacationer, or full-time retiree, it is a perfect time to think about where you actually want to be – where to wake up every morning - and how you can fulfill that five-year (or sooner!) plan.

In the spirit of re-energizing, The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group has just reorganized to make sure we continue to be as efficient as possible for our customers.  All of the faces are the same; we have just reorganized the office!

The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group is:

Lee Ann Wilkinson, REALTOR® and President

For over 30 years, Lee Ann Wilkinson has been a top real estate agent in Lewes, focusing on bringing buyers and sellers together all over Sussex County, Delaware.  Currently Lee Ann ranks as the number one agent in total sales volume and dollar value in Sussex County.

 

Amy Richardson, REALTOR®, Listing Coordinator

Amy has worked in home sales/marketing in the area since 2002 and now works with sellers to position their houses to sell quickly and for the best price.

 

Carrie Gentile, REALTOR®

Carrie works closely with both buyers and sellers, handling everything from marketing properties for sale and writing contracts for Lee Ann’s buyers, to showing properties.

 

Chris Holt, REALTOR®, COO, Listing/Buyer's Agent

Chris Holt joined the Lee Ann Wilkinson group team in January 2012 as a listing and buyer’s agent and the chief operating officer for the Group.

 

Cyndi Myers, REALTOR®, Settlement Coordinator

Cyndi has over 20 years of experience in the mortgage and real estate business.

 

Dane Baich, REALTOR®, Buyer's Agent

Dane is also the lead sales agent at Bay Crossing, representing Blenheim Homes as its on-site agent.

 

Dawn Singley - Showing Coordinator

Dawn is usually the first friendly voice you hear when calling our office, as she is our receptionist and showing appointment coordinator.

 

Erin Marsh, REALTOR®, Buyer's Agent

Erin Marsh is a buyer's agent for The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group. She has been a licensed REALTOR® since 2007, and her hard work and perseverance have led her to continued success in an ever-changing market.

 

Garrett King, REALTOR®, Buyer's Agent

Garrett, a Cape Henlopen High School and Delaware Tech graduate, enjoys matching clients with the perfect properties.

 

Mark Robinson, REALTOR®, Buyer's Agent

Mark has always worked in a customer service-­related field and puts his experience to work for prospective buyers.

 

Trish Irwin, Settlement Coordinator

Trish works with Lee Ann's buyers and sellers to make sure that every aspect of the settlement process - from signed agreement to final settlement - is handled with the utmost efficiency and effectiveness.

 

Each member of The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group brings unique experience to the team – and all members share a commitment to superior service and outstanding results for our clients!  Call us at (302) 645-6664 today if you have questions or are interested in buying or selling a property at the beach.

It’s the perfect time to renew your “five-year plan” to live here!

Posted in Advice for Home Buyers

08June

Summer Is Coming!

On our “beach calendar,” the summer season starts on Memorial Day.  Schools still have a few more weeks of classes though and the true, official start of the season is a little later in June.  If you are looking to sell a home, now is definitely the time to make sure everything is in good shape.  Here are a few tips to consider:

1.      Price: Make sure your house is priced accordingly if you want to sell quickly. 

2.      Disclosure: When listing your house with a Realtor, you will be asked to complete a standard Delaware “Seller’s Disclosure” form.  Taking time to review and check every box will expedite your sale immeasurably and save you time and frustration once a contract comes in.

3.      Flexibility: Consider some things you may compromise on, and know the absolute lowest price you would entertain.  Also, consider negotiating housewares and fixtures that may appeal to prospective buyers, such as new drapes, custom blinds, that stylish dining room chandelier, even a new washer/dryer. 

4.      Clutter:  A spotless, clutter-free home shows best.  Remove any unnecessary papers and knick-knacks, then go back and do it again!

5.      Incentive: If you are highly motivated and your house is not garnering the attention you expect, or if there is high competition in your neighborhood, consider offering an incentive like sharing the buyer’s closing costs.

6.      Maintenance: Keeping your lawn cut and neat and allowing as much access as you can for showings will help your sale, too.  It is a little tough this time of year if you entertain family and friends, but it will help during this prime buying season. 

Lastly, and most importantly, enjoy your summer at the beach!

Posted in Lewes Real Estate News

01June

Canalfront Property for All!

"Picnic in the Park" Returns Sunday, June 2!

There is no denying that much of the famous Historic Lewes charm flows from the picturesque Lewes-Rehoboth Canal.  Historically, the waterway was a central source of livelihood for early Lewes.  Now, the canal still provides unbeatable views of sunrises, sunsets, as well as increasing shopping and dining opportunities.  Canalfront property is a hot commodity.

The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group is happy to feature two premier properties currently on Pilottown Road:

314 Pilottown Road

344 Pilottown Road

(Please check out these links for more information!)

Over the past few years, since the creation of The Lewes Canalfront Park, all residents and visitors in Lewes share in some “canalfront property.”  Situated right next to the Lewes Little League Field, the park offers recreation and hosts great events throughout the year.  I have already made Soul Yoga in the Park on Sunday mornings part of my routine this summer – a peaceful way to enjoy the view.

This weekend, Sunday, June 2 from noon – 3 p.m., the Friends of the Lewes Canalfront Park, with the help of local restaurants and business sponsors, are bringing back the popular Picnic in the Park!  Tickets are still available through the park’s website:www.lewescanalfrontpark.org/events.  Last year’s event sold out!  

Adult entrance tickets are $10. Tickets for kids 12 & under are $5. Food and drink tickets are sold separately at the event; tickets are $2 each depending on the food/drink option.


The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group is proud to be among the great sponsors of the Picnic in the Park – other local businesses that love the opportunity to enjoy the best waterfront property in town!  Join us on Sunday.

26May

"Realtor Wanted?"

People often get interviews for jobs based on specific criteria. Then, the key to whether or not they actually get hired comes down to “fit.” Hiring a real estate agent is no different.  Homebuyers and sellers should consider a range of qualifications when selecting a realtor – and ultimately decide what matters most: Experience? Referrals? Results? Fit?

As a recent Baltimore Sun article illuminates (“Choosing the Right Agent for You,” May 19, 2013), there are many key factors to consider:  rapport, referrals, references, experience, sales volume, sales statistics, technology, photography, and listening skills.

Members of The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group are happy to share our experience with prospective clients.  Referrals and references are the cornerstone of our business.  Our website, www.leeanngroup.com, offers many of our much-appreciated client testimonials.  Each member of our team has been recognized for assisting customers, and we are grateful that buyers and sellers have taken the time to express their appreciation!

Sales volume, the number of properties sold (as buyer agent or seller agent) is an important factor for many people.  The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group leads Sussex County Realtors again for 2012 (for the 10th year) in sales volume and ranks 8th out of over 47,000 Prudential Real Estate agents nationwide.  It’s true that we are busy!  This pace actually enables us to serve the needs of more clients:  We often put buyers and sellers together quickly, based on a strong local network and real-time real estate knowledge.  Additionally, we have a strong working knowledge of most of the properties on the market and their current market value.

All members of The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group sales team - Lee Ann, Carrie Gentile, Chris Holt, Trish Irwin, Amy Kellenberger, Garrett King, Erin Marsh, Mark Robinson, and Dawn Singley – work together to make sure buyers and sellers receive quick answers and superior service.  Our office is open seven days a week.

Each of us also recognizes that homebuyers and sellers here at the Delaware beaches have many choices when selecting a real estate agent.  Buying or selling a home is a huge investment; so, just like hiring for any position, it sometimes comes down to “fit” – what matters most and who can make you feel comfortable with your purchase.  



For more information about The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group, please visit our website at www.leeanngroup.com, call us at (302) 645-6664, email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter. You could even stop by the office at 16698 Kings Highway, Suite A, in Lewes!

25May

Memorial Day Weekend Open Houses

Open Houses this Weekend!

Take some time to see a few great Lewes properties first-hand while the weather clears out this weekend.

Each of these properties offers unique opportunity to join the wonderful Lewes community - whether in a historic setting or premier beach location.   

  

Saturday, May 25

12-3 p.m.

2 Shipcarpenter Square

Historic Lewes (corner of W. Third Street and Park Avenue)

 

Sunday, May 26

12-3 p.m.

11 Maine Avenue

Lewes Beach (at the end of Cedar at the Roosevelt Inlet – where the Lewes-Rehoboth Canal meets the Delaware Bay)

Enjoy your long weekend and the many events in town!

Posted in Rehoboth Real Estate News

18May

First "Sign" of Summer

The Yard Sale Sign!

Everyone has a unique way of marking the start of summer at the beach.  Ice cream shops are opening, favorite restaurants start serving 7-days-a-week, pools open, Memorial Day comes with barbeques and picnics.  For the past 27 years, the REAL sign that summer is on is the Annual Memorial Weekend Jefferson Avenue Yard Sale! It’s true!

Of course, Jefferson Avenue is in good company.  Yard sales have already started; you’ll see signs this weekend throughout Lewes, Milton and Rehoboth. Typically they start at 8 a.m. and you may see early birds cruising past to try to catch a sneak peek.

Next weekend, Saturday, May 25, you will need to get up early to catch the undoubtedly great finds on Jefferson Avenue. 

In addition, you can drive down Gills Neck Road, through Wolfe Pointe and Wolfe Runne, down DeVries Circle, and throughout Lewes (forgive me if I’ve missed anyone) to find your own treasures.

Even if “Antiques Roadshow” isn’t in your future, there’s always one gem among the yard sales that makes getting up early on a Saturday worthwhile. 

And if you still don’t find it – head over to the Farmer’s Market!

Posted in Local News and Information

10May

Treat Mom to an Open House!

Nothing says, "Happy Mother's Day" like a Lewes Beach house...or a ride on the Paratrooper!

Finally! After a fickle spring, it's going to be a warmer Mother's Day Weekend! Especially when the weather's this nice, there is so much to do at the beach.

It’s the “first” weekend for several local traditions, including the Historic Lewes Farmer’s Market and the opening of Funland on the Rehoboth Boardwalk.  Stroll the Rehoboth Beach Second Saturday Art Walk – even stop into Heidi Lowe Gallery on the Avenue and make a Mother’s Day charm. Sunday, the Lewes Canalfront Park opens its wonderful program season with free Soul Yoga at 8 a.m. Of course, this is just a small sample of what’s in store this weekend. 

I hope you enjoy your own spring Mother's Day traditions, whether with your mother or in memory of your mother.  I am looking forward to my annual brunch!

If you have time to enjoy a Saturday drive, stop by one of the premier properties on Lewes Beach.

11 Maine Avenue, Lewes Beach

Open House on Saturday, May 11

12 - 3 p.m.

Year-round home sits on premium, sub-dividable double lot! This home was originally a Coast Guard Boathouse which was relocated to Maine Avenue circa 1957. Lot has 100’ frontage on Maine Avenue 144’ on Cedar Avenue. Potential for unlimited views of Delaware Bay, Inlet and Canal!

For more information about this great home, or any other property at the Delaware Beaches, please contact The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., by phone at (302) 645-6664, or visit our website at www.leeanngroup.com.

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Posted in Local News and Information

04May

Buyer's Market, Seller's Market, Farmer's Market

All of our local markets are blooming this year!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is the season of "market" speculation.  Excitement is building for local businesses, home sellers, even local growers. To get ready for summer, I am still looking at several main factors:  low housing inventory and local new construction trends. (I won't try to predict the weather!)

 

Taking Inventory

Industry speculation is consistent with what's happening locally and “inventory” is the buzzword.  Nationally and locally, inventory levels are historically low.  "Inventory level” means the time it would take to sell all of the homes currently available for sale.  The National Association of Realtors (NAR) considers six months to be the norm.  As of January 2013, however, NAR data put inventory levels closer to 4.2 months – which is the lowest rate nationally since April 2005.

Our local market definitely supports this low inventory scenario.  To put this information context, in my office at The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group of Prudential, Gallo Realtors, actual property sales increased 43 percent and the total dollar value of these sales increased nearly 33 percent last year.  Buyers are still cautious and believe it is a “buyer’s market.”

The market is actually evening out – which means buyers will need to be more open to negotiation.  We have even seen a noticeable increase in multiple offers on properties (especially in-town Lewes).  We even had a home listed, shown and sold - in the same day!

Here are a few key points to remember: 

  • We are not going from a low market to a high market in one step.  We went down in steps, so we will have to go up in steps.
  • Appraisers are required to use no more than the past 6 months sold comparable properties to determine a value today.
  • If you want to sell your house now, you need to sell it for what it is worth now.

 

If You Build It

Another major component of this season’s beach real estate trends is new construction.  My office has seen an increase in the past month in inquiries from developers and builders that want to start projects.  In its March 1, 2013, press release, the U.S. Census Bureau put January 2013 seasonally adjusted construction rates at $883.3 billion, or 7.1 percent above the January 2012 estimate of $824.7 billion.

While new construction may be on the rise in general, I feel strongly that the biggest segment to dry up here at the beach will be individual single-family home lots with no builder tie-in (ones for which you could hire any builder to build your custom home).  As fewer lots are available, prices will rise.  If you are a buyer who wants to build a custom home, my best advice is to buy a lot soon.

In addition to the low inventory climate, our area business owners are anticipating a busy summer.  Hopefully the national economic forecast and seasonal weather forecasts will align for a great summer season!

 

"Market Growth"

Of course, another market consideration is next weekend's opening day for the Historic Lewes Farmer's Market (Saturday, May 11)! Join just about everyone in town at The Lewes Historical Society between 8 a.m. and noon next Saturday. As far as projections for that market - it's an easy one to call: it will be exciting for buyers and sellers, and a great kick-off for summer!

 

Lee Ann Wilkinson is the top-selling REALTOR in Sussex County for 2012.  Find more information about The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group of Prudential, Gallo REALTORS at www.leeanngroup.com or by calling (302) 645-6664.

26April

Weekend Plans?

Open Houses!

Beautiful weekends at the Delaware beaches call for open houses!

So, how helpful are open houses?

· Have you ever bought a house after visiting an open house?

· Have you ever sold a house through an open house?

Regardless of the answer, even in today's "virtual world," open houses are still a common step in the home buying process.  Many buyers look to open houses for information, especially older (or shall we say "more mature") couples that have bought a home before (according to the National Association of Realtors 2012 Survey).

Open houses…

1) allow buyers to see houses/potential comparable properties first-hand

2) serve as another marketing boost for sellers

3) allow buyers the chance to meet a Realtor and ask questions

If you have considered a home in the wonderful Paynters Mill community in Milton, this weekend offers a perfect opportunity to see three properties.

Weather is looking great to get out and see these properties for yourself!

 

Saturday, April 27, 12-2 p.m.:

Paynters Mill, Milton

16667 Howard Millman Lane

16359 Abraham Potter Run - Unit 206

16277 John Rowland Trail - Unit 1603

Sunday, April 28, 12-3 p.m.

11 Maine Avenue, Lewes Beach

For more information about these great homes, or any other property at the Delaware Beaches, please contact The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call us at (302) 645-6664.  

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Posted in Lewes Real Estate News

07April

Warming Trend

In the Delaware Beach Real Estate Market

When it is 50 degrees one day and 70 the next, it must be spring! Can our local real estate market warm up as quickly?  Judging by 2013 activity so far, our forecast is definitely improving.

“The bidding wars are back,” proclaims CNNMoney (April 5, 2013).  Especially in metropolitan areas like New York, Boston, Washington, DC, and cities throughout northern and southern California, sellers are receiving multiple offers on properties.

This national trend is largely a result of an imbalance between buyers and sellers (a much lower than normal number of houses for sale). Additionally, buyers want to take advantage of current low mortgage rates. While spring is usually a popular time for sellers to list homes, this seasonal bump may not balance the scale.

Delaware beach housing inventory levels remain lower than usual, as well.  Demand is exceeding supply, which is creating buyer competition.  Locally, we are seeing a continual rise in multiple offers - especially for beach homes that are priced right and for vacant lots in Historic Lewes.

While the term “bidding wars” may be strong, Delaware beach homes are definitely becoming hotter properties!

Contact The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group of Prudential, Gallo REALTORS for more information about the Delaware beach real estate market and properties in Lewes, Rehoboth Beach, Milton, Dewey Beach, Bethany Beach, and towns in-between.  Call us at (302) 645-6664, email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or visit us online at www.leeanngroup.com.

Posted in National Real Estate News, Local News and Information

07March

After the Rain

Check your home for storm damage

Home Sellers (and everyone!): Check your Home for Storm Damage

Yesterday's crazy weather brought big rain and wind storms that damaged houses throughout the Northeast. After any "weather event," home sellers should take a close look at their properties for storm damage and make repairs.

When we experience a powerful storm, it’s a smart idea to check your roof for any damage and ensure there are no missing shingles or cracks around any skylights the home may have. Climb into your attic and look for discoloration of the decking or plywood surfaces.

Also look for light penetrating from around plumbing vents or the chimney, indicating that your roof’s flashing needs repair.

Next, inspect your rain gutters for damage and clear them of leaves and debris. BE CAREFUL on any ladders!  Look for holes, cracks or sags; all three can be easily fixed by a homeowner. (To fix a small hole, first use an abrasive pad to clean the area, then cut a piece of gutter material slightly larger than the hole. Using a stiff brush, spread gutter-repair compound around the hole and place your patch over the top. Cover the patch with another layer of compound to ensure a good seal. To repair minor sags, simply add a new hanging bracket to the sagging area or replace the compromised existing bracket.)

Pay particular attention to areas of your home near trees and shrubs. Limbs can play havoc with your roof, siding and stucco in heavy winds, and can come crashing down under the weight of snow. Prune your trees and shrubs to ensure their health and to safeguard your home.

Finally, be sure to inspect your windows, fencing, decking, which also take a beating in storms. Seal and repair any damage.

Sometimes storm damage is unavoidable. But making quick repairs can help ensure your home is safe, sound, and ready for sale.

 

Posted in Local News and Information

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