We all seek a peaceful, tranquil environment in which to socialize, recreate, and relax, where our names are known and our favorite hobbies are fully supported. For many, this desire is beautifully realized in Delaware’s country clubs, many of which date back to the early 1900s. Today we’re presenting five of Northern Delaware’s finest country clubs, complete with amenity and membership details.
If you are a first time home buyer, it’s easy to look at the home’s sale price and stop there. But there are several smaller, related costs that you’ll want to take into consideration as you plan your budget and your future. One of these costs is real estate tax. If you have owned homes before and are looking to relocate, it’s still smart to investigate real estate tax, as taxes vary state to state, county to county, and even city to city.
From median income to home values and rent rates, taxes, utilities, groceries, health care, transportation, and other miscellaneous costs, there’s much that goes into determining a state’s cost of living. Below, we take a detailed look at individual factors that determine the cost of living in Delaware, as well as how these numbers compare to national and regional averages.