Delaware Beach foreclosures and short sales are still occurring at the Delaware Beaches.The below list is all distressed Delaware beach foreclosures,short sales and bank owned real estate.The properties are all listed in order from highest to lowest sales price currently being asked by the sellers. Most all sellers (banks,credit unions, etc.) require the use of a REALTOR to complete the transaction. In some cases only a licensed REALTOR can access the website to place a offer on a property.
Delaware Beach Foreclosures
Delaware Beaches Locale
Delaware Beaches are in proximity to major metropolitan cities. Within a 3 hr. drive there is accessibility to major airports, theaters, sporting venues while still enjoying the pristine beaches of southern Delaware. The low real estate taxes and no sales tax created a mecca of shopping outlets. When it rains at the beaches everyone is pouring into the outlets to take advantage of the sales and zero tax.The coastal Delaware region s real estate has been booming for over the last 10 years due to its ideal location . Local activities are sport fishing, sailing, golfing, go cart racing, casinos, theater, open air markets, and do not forget relaxing. There are endless dining options and there are the famous Blue Crabs to feast on right out your door. Sussex county has long been a major fishery and locals have been harvesting Blue Crabs by crab pots, or by crab lines in all the coastal areas and tributaries of the Delaware Bay, Rehoboth Bay and Assawoman bay. Wherever there is a small bridge passing over a potion of tidal water locals are dropping their lines, and checking their crab pots. The State Fair in July is always attracting top performing artists and is growing every year.Purchase your Delaware Beach Home now at an affordable price while the prices are somewhat contained due to the recent economy.
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