Delaware: The Diamond State

Looking on a map, you will see that Delaware is not a big state, but it's certainly a place that has a lot to offer. With cities like Dover and Wilmington, the state itself has plenty of hotels and restaurants to make it worth a visit. There are some great beaches in Delaware, which is one of the reasons why people choose to either move there or vacation there. One of the nicest things about the state is that it sits very close to Maryland, not far from Philadelphia, and a short trek to New York City, as well.

Depending upon where you are in Delaware, housing can be an adventure. Along the coast and in the bay areas, home and apartment prices are relatively expensive, but the options and the views are excellent. Cost of living is somewhat cheaper elsewhere, until you get to the places that would be considered Philadelphia suburbs. The weather in Delaware is your typical mid-Atlantic feel, but it can get quite cold there during the winters. Still, people are able to enjoy all four seasons, which makes it a prime place to relocate. The job market has been stable, while the schools in Delaware enjoy some of the highest marks on the east coast.

If you are thinking of making a trip to the state of Delaware and need more information, then we can help you with that. We have reviews of local businesses, as well as photos of the most popular areas in the state. This will prepare you for your visit and help you decide about relocation, too.