Category Archives: Relocation

Information pertaining to Relocating to Delaware

Delaware Ranks #10 for Net Migration of those 60+

Retirement Relocation: Where are Boomers heading for retirement? Do you subscribe to Where to Retire Magazine? I find their articles, backed by thorough research, to be some of the best out there. AARP also publishes some great data, but I find that Where to Retire has a good grasp on what younger retirees are looking […]

Meet the Lottos – Our Featured Boomers

Meet John and Elaine Lotto of Lewes, Delaware – Our Featured Boomers John and Elaine Lotto relocated to Delaware in June 2017 from Rochester, New York.  They moved into the community of Senators in Lewes, DE.  John and Elaine also considered moving to the greater Philadelphia area before settling on Delaware for the location of […]

Meet the Cloonans – Our Featured Boomers

Meet Jack and Linda Cloonan, of Millsboro, DE – Our Featured Boomers. Jack and Linda Cloonan relocated to Delaware in July 2017,  from Scarborough, Maine, where Linda was the Office Manager of a Pediatric Dental practice, and Jack, an FBI Agent and Crisis Managment Consultant. Together, they chose to move to the community of The Peninsula […]

How Will I Know If I Like Living in Delaware?

Thinking of relocating to Delaware, but have questions? Many people have questions about retiring and moving to a new community, you are not alone.  This morning, I got a call asking if it is possible to rent a home in one of Delaware’s active adult communities. The caller said, “eventually we will want to purchase […]

Should I retire in Delaware or North Carolina?

Deciding whether to relocate and where to retire is one of the biggest decisions you might ever have to make. In our recent survey, we asked what additional information would be helpful to our prospective buyers. Many of you are planning to relocate but have not yet decided where you want to move. One respondent […]

Why are you relocating to Delaware? You answered

Our first Survey on relocating to Delaware produced hundreds of responses that I have been reading through for days now. I realize that multiple choice questions would have been easier and quicker to analyze. I could then have said that x% of respondents chose this or that answer. But our 4 questions were open-ended and […]