Category Archives: In the News

In the News and Information from Delaware


In the News – New Lidl Location Opening in Dover

The German-based discount grocery store is opening a new Delaware location. Lidl is set to open its 2nd Delaware location in Dover on February 5th. The German-based discount grocery store chain is expanding further into the US market. The Dover location will be a roughly 25,000-square-foot store, located at 150 N. DuPont Highway. It will […]




Active Adults Realty Broker Was Featured In The News

The Cape Gazette Featured Associate Broker Kathy Sperl-Bell in the 55+ Special Edition The following is an article from the Cape Gazette’s 55+ Special Edition including our very own Kathy Sperl-Bell talking about how she came to start Active Adults Realty and other local Delaware entrepreneurs & volunteers. The Next Chapter Local entrepreneurs and volunteers […]


Bill Bell Becomes Broker at Active Adults Realty

Lewes, DE – Active Adults Realty announces Bill Bell has become the Broker of Record of the brokerage while Kathy Sperl-Bell, has taken on the position of Associate Broker. The Bells are the co-founders and current owners of Active Adults Realty. About Active Adults Realty   When Active Adults Realty opened its doors in 2010, it was just […]


Active Adults Realty Welcomes Amy Kellenberger and Helen Garton

We are pleased to welcome Amy Kellenberger and Helen Garton to the Active Adults Realty team! Active Adults Realty owners Kathy Sperl-Bell, Broker and Bill Bell, Associate Broker are pleased to welcome Amy Kellenberger, REALTOR® and Helen Garton, REALTOR®, to the Team at Active Adults Realty in Delaware. With the addition of these two experienced REALTORS®, the company now […]




Ticks and The Summer of 2017

A recent article for Men’s Health, titled 9 Things That May Make It More Likely You’ll Find a Ticks Crawling On You This Summer claims tick populations are on the rise. Are these factors raising your risk? Experts predict that 2017 will bring the highest number of ticks seen in years, according to the U.S. […]