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House Hunting in Delaware During This Pandemic

July 7, 2020

 

Learn what you need to know about house hunting during this Coronavirus pandemic.

Every state is different when it comes to house hunting during this Coronavirus pandemic so here are the facts about Delaware.

On March 22, Delaware’s Governor John Carney issued the fourth modification to his state of emergency declaration, in which, he ordered the closure of non-essential businesses in the state. Real estate offices are included in this list though agents and brokers may work from home and continue showings and other actions necessary to complete sales in final stages before the order was issued.

What does this mean to you if you are planning to relocate to Delaware?

 

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You can check us out. We’re on FacebookGoogle+ and Linked-in. Watch us on YouTube, too. Our real estate Agents, most of us are Baby Boomers who relocated to Delaware from elsewhere in the states, are armed with the most current information on Delaware’s Neighborhoods and New Home Communities.

We focus on our clients - the 65,000 Baby Boomers, or at least the ones that would like to live in Delaware or already do. We Specialize In Buyer Representation of New Homes and Resale Homes in Delaware.

✔Active Adult Communities
✔Waterfront Communities
✔Golf Communities
✔In-town and Historic Districts

For more information regarding this property or any other properties in Delaware, visit www.ActiveAdultsDelaware.com or contact Active Adults Realty at 302-424-1890, or via email to
Broker@ActiveAdultsRealty.com

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