Tag Archives: Coastal Delaware real estate




Kathy’s New Year Resolution

This year I have made a resolution to bring you more relevant information to help you in the buying and selling process. Watch the video above to find out more. Are you looking for more info about retiring, moving to Delaware and buying a new home?  I want to hear from you! The goal of […]


Rap on door; then an Offer for the House!

This morning I opened an email from John, a good friend and client, who posed the question “Soon in Sussex County?” He attached a link to an article in the New York Times about the housing shortage and its impact on homes sales, and purchases, in many key locations throughout the US including Sillicon Valley, […]


Video: 55+ Independence Home Sales Update 2014

2014 Independence Home Sales Update. This video update by Kathy Sperl-Bell, Broker at Active Adults Realty discusses the 2014 home sales in this 55+ Millsboro community of Independence. Independence opened in 2007 in the Long Neck area of Coastal Delaware, only minutes from the inland bays, ocean beaches, attractions and the towns of Rehoboth Beach […]



Just Listed with Motivated Sellers!

Boomer-Buyers: New Homes Just Listed. Motivated Sellers Pricing Right! If you are considering Delaware as a destination for your next home now is the time to act! Whether you are retiring or relocating, our market is hot! Homes are selling much more quickly this year and  inventory is dwindling. We know what you are looking […]


US Home Sales Increase for the 2nd Straight Month

One month of positive real estate sales is encouraging, but sometimes it can be a fluke. That’s why we’re always so thrilled when positive numbers one month carry over into the next month. And that’s just what we saw with the recent release of May sales numbers… US Home Sales increase for the 2nd straight […]


U.S. Home Sales Increase for the First time in 2014

Real estate experts all across the country were thrilled to hear the latest numbers on the national housing market recently. That’s because sales of existing U.S. homes showed a slight increase between March and April, reversing a 12-month trend in which home purchases had been dropping. This wasn’t the only good news that the National […]