Sussex County Housing Market Heats Up – Schell Brothers Event Will Draw Over 325 to Beach Venue

by Dave on September 28, 2010

Imagine hosting an intimate dinner party and having over 325 guests in attendance, especially when you’re a home builder and word on the street is that we’re supposed to be in a down market. That is exactly what will happen on Saturday, October 2nd, when Schell Brothers, a local builder in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, will celebrate with hundreds of families who have purchased homes from the company since its inception seven years ago. “As soon as we sent out the first email invitation about the event, the responses began to pour in,” said Chris Schell, owner of the company. “I couldn’t be happier, because this is something I’ve always wanted to do for the people who mean so much to our company. Through the years, I’ve gotten to know so many of the individuals who live in our homes; they really are an extension of the Schell Brothers family.”

With continued national news stories focused on the struggling housing market, the Schell Brothers event is an indicator that the Delaware beach locale is not following the negative national trends.

Under the theme “Coming Together – Building Memories”, the Schell Brothers party will be held on Saturday, October 2nd, 2010, from 6:30 to 10:00, and it is open to those who live in a Schell Brothers home, along with prospects who are in the process of finalizing their purchase. The event will continue with an After Party from 10:00 until midnight, featuring dancing and entertainment by Bis and Marty, popular musicians in the beach resort area. Venus on the Half Shell and North Beach in Dewey Beach were specially chosen as the venues for the event to showcase the water-oriented atmosphere that, along with low tax living, draws so many people to coastal Delaware.

Schell Brothers is located at 55 Cascade Lane, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Twin brothers Chris and Preston Schell have set the standard for home building excellence and responsible land use in Coastal Delaware. Sussex County is a natural draw for prospects throughout the region due to low taxes and an abundance of available recreational opportunities. For more information about Delaware homes for sale by Schell Brothers, please visit or call 302-226-1994.

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