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Delaware Property Records

Delaware is known as "The First State". It covers a total area of 2,489.27 square miles with a total land area of 1,955 square miles. This U.S. State is bordered by Maryland in the south and west, New Jersey in the east and Pennsylvania in the north. Located on the Atlantic Coast, Delaware is second to Rhode Island as the smallest state in the Mid-Atlantic region. In 2007, it was estimated that population was around 897,934 with a population density of 442.6 per square mile. Native Americans inhabited Delaware prior to the arrival of the Dutch in 1631. Currently the population of Delaware, much like the rest of the country, consists of whites, African Americans, AIAN (American Indian or Alaskan natives), Hispanics, Asians, native Hawaiians and other Pacific Islanders.

There are only three counties in Delaware: Kent, New Castle and Sussex. The largest county is New Castle. It has a population of 538,479. Sussex County and Kent Country have populations of 197,145 and 162,310 respectively. New Castle County is more industrialized compared to Kent and Sussex, which are predominantly agricultural.

The total housing units is estimated at 387,801. 325,160 of this total make up the occupied housing units while vacant housing units are at 62,641 as of the last census. According to Yahoo! Real Estate, as of May 9, 2011, the average median price of houses is around $220,000.

The state of Delaware was not sparred by the recession that swept through the United States. Construction, manufacturing and finance were all affected by the financial downturn. Before the recession, Delaware was considered a high-growth state. However, a new picture has emerged for Delaware. In terms of the housing market, there have been about 6,500 foreclosures in 2010 and 6,000 more expected in 2011 according to the House Judiciary Committee. Even with the foreclosure crisis, residential construction is now recovering slowly. In 2011, prices of housing units are expected to firm up. Homes sales will likely improve but not to the point where it can match the 2004 figures.

Prospective buyers in Delaware have at their disposal more online tools to view Delaware property records. Realtors are now scrambling to provide access to property information for just about anyone interested. Delaware property records can be viewed for as a service by realtors to prospective clients. Property records in Delaware are not only viewed by prospective clients but also by individuals who want to do a background check on a specific property. Currently available properties, property rights, ownership records, property history and other vital information for all counties are available.

This website provides a custom-design report for interested parties. By entering the House #, Street Name, City and State, you can already gain access to the name of the property owner, his contact information, current and previous residents, sale history of the property and its assessed values, tax liens and judgments on the property and more.

If you need information on a property in Delaware whether you are interested to purchase the property or interested in the owner of the property, use the online tools here for searching property records in Delaware. Take advantage of the service here on this website in obtaining Delaware property records. Obtaining critical background information can help you make the right decisions when buying property in Delaware, investing in a business in the area or tracking a person living in "The First State".

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