FAQs

Click on any of the questions below for answers to some frequently asked questions about The Residences of Rehoboth Bay.

What is the total project size?

There will be six buildings of 30 units. Each building has six three bedroom units and twenty four two bedroom units. The developer has completed buildings E and F buildings, building D is currently under construction.

What amenities are available?

There will is an outdoor pool and a pool house. The pool house has a men’s and women’s bathroom with showers. It also has a storage area and equipment room.

In the outside area, there is a pull-up door with a sink and refrigerator available to use.

There are outside showers at the pool house. 

Near the pool area there are  in ground grills for residents use.  

There are bike racks and a kayak storage area. Kayaks can be launched from the boat ramp.

The docks are owned by a separate developer from the Residences at Rehoboth Bay. They will be available for lease on a one year term or a three-year term to the owners of the Residences of Rehoboth Bay on a first come first serve, leasing basis. There will be improvements to the docks which include a boardwalk and lighting. Currently, there is not an option of purchasing a dock. The docks will accommodate boats up to 35 feet in length.

The owner of the docks has acquired the necessary permit to dredge the docks in 2021.

There is a common area for disposing of trash and recycling. There is an area near the entrance for mailboxes.

There is a pad site for a restaurant on the site plan. At this time a restaurant has not been secured to lease or purchase that space. The site is designed to accommodate a one-story building up to 5000 square feet.

What will control water or flooding on the site?

There is a Sussex County approved stormwater management plan that is part of the redevelopment of the site. There will be stormwater management ponds built on the perimeter of the site.  The site for the buildings and the parking areas is built up.

Who is the builder and what other projects has the builder done?

D&B Construction offers a variety of services for all types of businesses and organizations in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Delaware and parts of Maryland. Our list of service offerings includes: pre-construction consulting, developmental studies, design/build, general contracting, construction management and on-site management consulting, among others.

We provide counsel, expertise and action in all manners of commercial construction for retail, office, hospitality, senior living, medical, religious, industrial, multi-family and pre-engineered buildings. Our team of experienced industry leaders can retrofit older and historic buildings for adaptive reuse to suit your company’s needs, or design and build an entirely new facility from the ground up.

Whether it’s an upgrade to existing structures or a new build, D&B carries your vision from an idea to completion on-time and on budget.

For more information on D&B Construction and to see their recently completed projects click here.

Will rentals be allowed in the complex?

Yes. The condo documents allow for a minimum of seven-day rentals as well as seasonal or year-round rentals. The condo owner is required to supply tenants with the rules and regulations contained in the bylaws. The condo owner is also required to supply the Condo Owner’s Association copies of the leases for their unit.

How much are the projected condo fees?

The condo fees are determined by the square footage of the particular unit purchased. The budget is available for review. The initial budget calls for condo fees of between $2900 – $3900 per unit per year. The budget includes common area maintenance, trash removal, the Master Condo Insurance Policy, flood insurance, pool and pool house maintenance, common area electricity and water as well as water for the individual condos.

It also includes a reserve fund for future repairs.

What are the standard features and what is available to upgrade?

Standard features include natural gas for the heat, stove and tank less hot water heater, 42” wall cabinets in the kitchen, Granite kitchen countertops, Granite bathroom vanity tops, Luxury Vinyl Tile Plank flooring in entryway, kitchen, living room and bathrooms, carpet in bedrooms and hallway, 9 Foot Ceilings, GE Stainless Appliances in kitchen, full size GE stack washer and dryer, tiles shower in master bathroom, tile surround in second bathroom, Stain grade kitchen cabinets with Shaker style doors  and private balconies.

Buyers are able to upgrade to a different carpet in the bedrooms or Luxury Vinyl Tile planks throughout the entire unit, Paint Grade kitchen cabinets, a higher level of Granite for the kitchen countertops and a premium appliance package.

Detailed specifications are available for Buyer’s review.

 

What is the insulation between the floors?

R30 Insulation at the crawlspace ceiling. R21 insulation at the exterior walls. R11 – R19 in walls depending on wall thickness, R57 between floors designed to fill cavity to reduce noise and air seal /draft stopping/ baffles per code.

Will ceiling fans be installed?

No, the bedrooms and living area will be wired and capped for ceiling fans of the buyers choice for installation after settlement.

What are the dimensions of the pool?

The main section is 60 feet by 30 feet and there are two 10 foot by 20 foot bump outs.

What are the transfer taxes and are they split equally between buyer and seller?

The transfer tax is a total of 4% split equally between buyer and seller.

Are just the common areas designed with a sprinkler system or the individual units as well?

The individual units and common areas have a fire suppression system and fire alarm system designed per code.

Who are the utility companies?

Internet, telephone, and cable can be contracted for with Fios/Verizon. The electric supplier is Delaware Electric Cooperative. Sussex County provides the sewer service and will bill the individual unit owner on a quarterly basis. Tidewater Utility is the water provider and will bill the Homeowner’s Association for the water per building.

Are the building and individual units ADA compliant or handicap accessible?

The exterior entrances are designed to be ADA compliant and handicap accessible including the exterior doors, ramp and elevator access. The individual units do not have the ADA compliant features required such as door width, vanity heights, faucet requirement or light switch height.

What are the insurance requirements?

There is a Master Condo Insurance Policy as well as Flood Insurance that is paid for within the annual condo budget. The homeowner will also need their own insurance policy. Details regarding the breakdown on the insurance coverage can be found in the community bylaws.

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