What People Say: Tell us what you love About Delaware
Love the First State?
Share something great about Delaware with us so we can share it with the world. We’re looking to uncover a few more hidden gems.
“Beaches, location”Joan Beach lover
“ There is no other place that you can enjoy the beach and bay, tax free shopping, seafood, wonderful weather, great entertainment, and beautiful people. Only the Delaware beaches! I have never experienced so many different types of people love and respect each other; it's Delaware living. Heather Knowles-Loving Life ”Heather Knowles Delaware native
“I don't know much right now I'll have to bone up, online.”Ed Beach lover!
“like lower tax and is affordable to live comfortable”Joe Pierro beach person
“Tax breaks”Viki Lastrina Beach lover
“ Love Long Neck area, especially Pot-Nets and White House Beach! ”Susan Real Estate Agent
“I love driving down Rehoboth Avenue on a Friday night in the summer... the great smells from some of the best restaurants around, the fun. Delaware is truly a Small Wonder. And I am certainly glad my family and I live here to experience it. You should too.”Mark Leishear Marketing Guy and Entrepreneur
“ It is close to New Jersey where our family is and it has many perks to retire. We are also interested in an area that has activites that compare to New Jersey. ”Renee Cuthbert Beacher, runner, golfer
“ I can't think of ONE thing I love about DE. There are way too many!!! I love the small town atmosphere of living at the beach, knowing everyone, the beach, the walking, the biking, the golf, the kayaking, the food, the people, and did I mention the food??? I wake up and say "just pinch me, this is too good!!!" ”Ann Cunningham back in DE
“small towns, beaches”elizabeth callanan beach lover
“My Mom is moving down!”Sue Resident
“ You can go for a walk on the beach at Cape Henlopen State Park in the morning then take a leisurely drive to have lunch on the Chesapeake Bay on the Eastern Shore of MD in the afternoon. DE has it all. Going on 7 yrs of blissful living... ”Lou Rouleau NJ Transplant
“ We had been vacationing in DE for many years. I knew this was the place to retire for me and my wife. The people here are very friendly. The beaches are incredibility beautiful. The restaurants are awesome. There is so much to enjoy here. And knowing we are still only 4 hrs from our friends back in NY is a huge plus. ”John Hein Soon to Retire. Transplant from Long Island
“Low taxes”Werner Bantin Ocean Loverl
“Looking for suggestions on where to retire in Delaware and more about the tax ramifications. Re: Social security and pension withdrawals. No State tax but still taxed by the Feds? If I buy a retirement home is there any real estate taxes on the purchase or yearly property taxes after that?Thank you.”Ed Some who will retire in the next year. 64 now, Divorced W/M
“ ...I love waking up early to the smell of fresh brewed Hazelnut Coffee and then wandering down to Wagamons Pond with our kittens Paris and Gorky. While they chase bugs, climb trees and take dust baths, I sit serenely and enjoy as nature wakes to the sun sparkling across the water. On a lucky morning, Huey, Dewey and Louie (our "pet" river otters) will stop by for comic relief and to say good morning... ”Dustin Oldfather Enigma
“Tax free shopping and the water.”Hildegard looking to move to Delaware
“The fresh clean air, the ocean views, the great hospital (Bee Bee Medical, and Dr's.. The friendly people you meet from all over. I live in MD and the taxes are unreal. So yes Delaware is a great place to live.Carol”Carol. Native of Delaware and hope to retire back in Delaware.
“close proximity to NY, NJ and Maryland”Trevor J Thompson an Artist
“Ocean views and bumming around”James Beach bum