Southern Delaware Real Estate Market up Another 8 Percent Last Year
The real estate market down state continues to grow as coastal property in the Northeastern US continues its rebound. Coastal property in Delaware and Maryland continues to gain interest from those tepid over shore properties in New Jersey since the aftermath of Super Storm Sandy. According to the Sussex County Association of Realtors (in an article published on Capegazette.com), roughly 4700 properties changed hands in southern Delaware to the tune of $1.45 billion making for an increase of 8% over 2013 totals. This news marks the fourth year in a row that the real estate market in Sussex County has seen positive growth.