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Ribbon cutting held for Sunrise Real Estate in Rehoboth Beach

July 7, 2018

The Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce recently hosted a ribbon cutting for Sunrise Real Estate in downtown Rehoboth Beach.

Sunrise Real Estate has leased space at 75 Lake Ave., just a few steps off Rehoboth Avenue near Starbucks. The office is a shared space with new home builder Statera Homes.

“It’s a great space, and we’re excited to bring a unique approach to real estate at the beach,” said Deniene Dailey, Realtor, and co-owner of Sunrise Real Estate. “We focus on understanding you and your life, and we try to find the property that fits your life.”

“Sunrise is a people-centered brokerage. We focus on the lives of our clients. This means attention and service that comes from a small, local firm. It also means cutting-edge technology and a fee structure that favors our clients,” said Scott Dailey, broker and co-owner of Sunrise. “We also have a small, dedicated team. Amy Kellenberger is one of the most experienced agents in the business. Her dedication to her clients is legendary.”  

Kellenberger focuses on listing properties. “We leverage technology when we market your property, and we leverage our experience in contract negotiations,” said Kellenberger.

All Sunrise listings are mapped for a 3-D tour available online or at the office. This tour puts the property in front of buyers in a way typical photos and traditional virtual tours cannot. “We can give our clients 3-D showings from our office while the buyer stays close to the beach. Our clients get more showings when potential buyers are close to the beach,” said Deniene Dailey. Actual showings often follow up the 3-D showings. She said many people who casually look at property during a summer vacation come back in the fall and spring to purchase Delaware beach property.

Deniene Dailey focuses on working with buyers. “I love understanding people’s stories and helping them find what fits. It’s so much more than touring and searching the MLS for me,” she said. Dailey said getting to know people is one of the greatest part of working as a Realtor. She also said most people don’t understand that having buyer’s representation in Sussex County doesn’t cost the buyer any money. “The seller typically pays my fee,” she said.

Sunrise is also pleased to have Alexis Knotts on board as a Realtor and part of the team. The Daileys have known Knotts for over a decade, and she started her career in real estate in 2017.

Scott Dailey has run Sunrise Real Estate since it was founded in 2004. Independently owned and operated, Sunrise Real Estate has been professionally representing clients all over Sussex and Kent counties in buying, selling and property management.

For more information, go to www.sunrisesells.com