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SECOND PHASE NOW AVAILABLE Outdoor Resort Style Pool • Community Clubhouse • Fitness Center Walking Trails • Junction Breakwater Trail • Whites Pond Lots Starting in the High 200’s | NO BUILDER TIE-IN PHASE ONE SOLD OUT Sales Center Open Daily • 16258 Gills Neck Road • Lewes, DE Monday - Thrusday from 12:00 noon to 5:00 p.m. Friday - Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The Carrie Lingo Team | direct line (302) 500 - 1982 | office (302) 645 - 2207 TORN SCREENS? Yes, we can fix that! 302-515-4708 SCREENS BY SCOTT On-site Screen Repair/Replacement Windows, Doors and Patios Cape Gazette BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29 - MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 2018 49 A free class on Planning for Home Ownership is being of- fered to the public from 6 to 7 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 4, at the Unity Spiritual Center, 98 Rud- der Road, Long Neck. Topics to be discussed include the many details that make the purchase of a home much less difficult. Topics such as credit, down payments, hidden expenses, overall preparation, and long-term considerations will be discussed. This will be an informational session with an opportunity to ask questions. The sponsor, Delaware Money School, provides experienced and well-qualified instructors Diane Heydt and Sarah Cha Cha to the public. Heydt has written, spoken and taught on the subject for many years; she breaks down what appears to be a complex subject to simple, understand- able layman's terms. Cha Cha works in the mortgage industry and is focused on building strong relationships throughout the community. Her knowledge and expertise will help navigate the home-buying process. This class focuses on steps the lay person can take to make sure they are not making the common mis- takes concerning buying a house. Upon completion, participants will be equipped to make better financial decisions in the context of buying a house. The Money School is the sig- nature program of the nonprofit Delaware Financial Literacy Institute. Participants can en- roll in this program, earning a certificate that demonstrates a commitment to financial educa- tion. To register, go to www.dfli. org. Walk-ins are welcome! Home ownership planning topic Jan. 4 in Long Neck Brooks Morris joins ReMax in Delmar The ReMax Coast and Country team in Delmar announced it is thrilled to welcome back Brooks Morris. He has held his real estate license since 2012, and is licensed in Delaware and Maryland. Having lived in Delmar all his life, Morris is very familiar with the sur- rounding areas. He is ready and willing to help. To reach Brooks Morris, call 302-846-0200 or 410- 430-0969. For more information, go to remaxcoastandcountryeastern- Brooks Morris Edward Jones to host Outsmart the Scammers financial seminar Jan. 11 Glenn Sweeten, an Edward Jones financial advisor in Georgetown, is hosting an Out- smart the Scammers seminar, a unique event that mixes an educational investment seminar with a presentation about finan- cial scams. The event will be held at 6 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 11, at 505 W. Market St., Suite 145, George- town. Seating is limited. Refresh- ments and light snacks will be served. For more information, contact Cindy Cole, branch office admin- istrator, at 302-856-3083. Briefly »