The Debbie Reed Team


Hazardous Waste Collection Event

REHOBOTH RESIDENTS: The City of Rehoboth Beach is partnering with the Delaware Solid Waste Authority to host a Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event on Saturday, April 12, 2014, from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the parking lot behind the Rehoboth Beach Fire Department (219 Rehoboth Ave.).  What a help during this Spring Cleaning Season!  Here is a list of what is and is not acceptable during the event:

Hazardous Waste List


Flood Insurance Bill Passed!

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Obama Signs Flood Insurance Bill

Bipartisan bill will delay rate hikes for property owners nationwide

On Monday, March 24, President Barack Obama signed a piece of legislation that REALTORS® across the country have worked tirelessly in support of. The Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act will protect homeowners across the country from excessive rate hikes, which has obviously been a major concern for the real estate industry in recent months.

The new law repeals the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) authority to increase premium rates when a property is sold. It also refunds the excessive premium to those who bought a   property before FEMA warned them of the rate increase.

The bill limits premium increases to 18 percent annually on newer properties and 25 percent for some older ones. The Senate approved the bill on March 13, and the House of Representatives on March 4.

Said NAR President Steve Brown after the bill was signed by the president: "As the leading advocate for home and property owners, NAR applauds this bill for the relief and protection it will bring to businesses and families nationwide who are experiencing financial hardship because of the extreme and sudden premium increases."


RE/MAX Realty Group Sweeps RE/MAX Regional Awards!

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Rehoboth Chocolate Festival

ChocolateThe 24th Annual Rehoboth Chocolate Festival will be held on Saturday, March 1, beginning at 11:30 a.m. at the Rehoboth Convention Center.  Last year, over 2,300 attendees turned out to experience the delectable creations of more than 225 restaurateurs, chefs, bakers – both professional and amateur – and bakers under 12.  Categories for the event are cookies, brownies, pies, cheesecakes, candy, cake and most unusual.  

All entries must be received at the Convention Center between 7 a.m.-8:30 a.m. on the morning of the festival.  Entry forms may be found by clicking here.  (Late entries cannot be judged but are welcome and appreciated as part of the taste samples.)  Judging will begin at 9:15 a.m. and winners will be announced prior to festival opening to the public at 11:30 a.m.

Tickets for the Chocolate Festival cost $5, include 5 taste treats and are available at the door.  Additional taste tickets may be purchased for $.50 each.

Come early, come hungry, and come to enjoy this delicious beach tradition!  Proceeds from the Rehoboth Chocolate Festival benefit Rehoboth Beach Main Street (a nonprofit organization), and The Friends of the Rehoboth Beach Library.


Open House Sunday, February 16!

Open House Today; Sunday, February 16, Noon - 2:00pm

Ocean 21 flagCome see this charming 2BR/2BA condo with ocean views and in an elevator building! North Shores amenities include pool, tennis and a private beach!

From Rt. 1 South, take exit 1A into Rehoboth. At the circle, take the third exit (Columbia Ave). Follow until the road curves left and becomes Ocean Dr. Unit is in the high rise on the left.


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