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Cape Gazette BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE FRIDAY, MARCH 27- MONDAY, MARCH 30, 201S Sl W.R. MCCAIN & ASSOCIATES PERFORMS IO,O00TH APPRAISAL SUBMITTED PHOTO W: R. MCCAIN & ASSOCIATES recently reached a professional mile- stone with the completion of its lO,O00th commercial appraisal as- signment. Nearly all the valuation assignments have been conducted throughout Maryland's Eastern Shore, Delaware, and Virginia's Eastern Shore. The firm is also sought after to provide valuation services for highly complex real estate throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. The properties valued consisted of a variety of property types such as' professional sport stadiums, hotels, shopping centers, golf courses, office complexes, sub- divisions, and agricultural properties. The firm's clientele consists of fi- nancial institutions; federal, state, and local governments; attorney, ac- countants; and general public. In addition, the residential division of the firm has completed more than 45,000 assignments. In total, W. R. Mc- Cain & Associates has valued over $12 billion of real estate since its in- "ception. Gathering Renewals has an- nounced the official launch of its new produce home delivery service. The company has part- nered with local farmers and growers to provide weekly de- livery of the best fresh, vibrant, local produce available in Sussex County to homes and businesses in Lewes, Rehoboth Beach and the surrounding area. When the box arrives each week it will of- fer seasonal favorites as well as the occasional edible flower and amazing heirloom varieties. A company that began around the concept of bringing people closer to their food, Gathering Renewals has been providing services ranging from design and installation of traditional vegetable gardens to indoor hy- droponics and vertical growing solutions for both restaurants and residents. As a result of inter- action with local restaurateurs, growers and residents over the past year, the principals of Gath- ering Renewals recognized the potential to increase support and revenues for local growers while bringing fresh produce to resi- dents and chefs alike. The idea of coordinating supply between the growing community and restau- rants as well as delivery to local homes and businesses was born. In addition to receiving incred- ible produce from local growers, Gathering Renewals clients will be able to select add-on items such as aged cheeses, exotic ol- ive oils, local spices, jams, honey and teas. The company will offer products from vendors, such as Backyard Jams & Jellies from Milton, Cape Seasonings from Lewes and other locally owned and operated businesses. Gathering Renewals is cur- rently accepting subscriptions for periods of four to 22 weeks, with deliveries to begin the fh:st week of May. Customers can choose from four different box types: mixed produce, veggies only, fruit only and a juicing box. Each type is available in small, medium or large size. An organic-only option is also avail- able. Clients have the choice of putting down a deposit or pay- ing for their entire subscription Continued on page 53 Kathy Ford REAL TOFP/Associate Let my real estate experience Delmarva Power to provide 1,500 free trees to customers Delmarva Power will be providing 1,500 free trees to customers in Maryland and Del- aware through the energy-saving trees program. It's the fifth year of the Delmarva Power-Arbor Day Foundation partnership that provides two trees per house- hold while supplies last. This year, the free trees are more developed as they'r lightly branched and two to four feet in height. The ener- gy-saving trees program helps customers conserve energy and reduces household electricity bills through strategic tree plant- ing. Delmarva Power customers can reserve up to two free trees by visiting delmarva or by calling 1-855-670- 2772. The types of trees offered are American beech, bald cy- press, river birch, sugar maple and white dogwood, which will be delivered directly to custom- ers at an ideal time for planting. "Our Energy-Saving Trees program is another way that Delmarva Power is committed to helping our customers continue to conserve energy as well as improve the environment," said Gary Stockbridge, Delmarva Power region president. "By strategically planting the right trees in the right places, we help maintain a balance between the aesthetics of the tree canopy and the reliability of the electric distribution system while also offering our customers energy reductions." For more informa- tion, go to TOWN OF MILFORD DE ENGLISH TUDOR STYLE HOME ; thru..out. Wood burnin LR. Basement, deck and 1 So Much Character! Call Carol Succarotte Daniels 302-569-4644 direct. To see these great properties or others, contact Christine Davis Direct 302-236-1046, or with a view! 3 BR, 2.5 BA 4 miles to the villa with the master on the ! 2 bedrooms and loft and an outdoor shower BEAUTIFUL RANCH HOME NEAR THE BEACH Yard. Mint 302-569-4644 direct for a private showing. T.e KATHY ENGEL "TEAM Direct: 302-542-3846 This Great Home is located in highly desirable Pot-Nets Lakeside. 3 BR, 2.5 BA $100,000 Call Bill Davis 302-242-0346 direct LOTS IN LEWES, REHOBOTH BEACH DAGSBORO, GEORGETOWN MILLSBORO, HARBESON, MILTON, MILFORD STARTING AT $47,000 Call us for more information! $341,500. 3BR, 2.5BA Overlooking 7th Tee on Sussex Pines CC. Check online - - Call Judy 302-236-3120 direct or Fred 302-236-6836 direct RESERVES AT NASSAU First floor, end unit condo east of Rt. 1! Features 3 BR, 2 BA, wood floors, gas fireplace and numerous other upgrades. Rarely available, so get it quick at $230,000 Call Ginny Hysock 302-229-0703 direct 9 MARSHALL ROAD REHOBOTH BEACH Great 2nd story condo with 2br/2ba overlook- $999,000 4 BR & 4 BA ML$: 587800 ing the pond in its park-like community setting! Open floorplan, high ceilings, gas f/p in Enclosed porch faces the water which features sunroom, kitchen cabinets by Beitzel, stainless fountains in the summer! Sit back and unwind steel appliances, built-in bar, tray Ceiling, crown just miles from the beach in your new beach molding, enclosed porch across back of home retreat! All in a gated community! with fantastic bayfront views, sprinkler system, $190,000 3-zoned heat, 80 ft dock, boat lift. 29125 STOCKLEY ROAD ', MILTON $509,900., 3 BR & 3.5 BA MLS: 595966 Modern eat-in kitchen, wood floors, great room, fireplace, sunroom, two garages, one with large wGrkshop TV room, and bath, spacious butdoor living, gas grill, retractable awning, dining area, over an acre of peaceful living. OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS Fresh paint, new carpet in this spacious 3 BR, 2 BA Class C in Pines at Long Neck. Screened porch, shed, close to beaches, boating, shop- ping, golfing and you own the land! Offered at $175,000 Call Ginny Hysock at 302-229-0703 direct "Buying or Refinancing? Contact Joe at (302) 344-5044" With over 24 years in the mortgage business bringing experience from both commercial and residential lending, I have helped many people achieve their goals of homeownership, Feel free to call me and discuss your situation!,~., Moasase co.~o.a,o. NMLS ID# 165969 Joe Delia Torre, AVP, Loan Officer (302) 344-5044