Welcome Delaware Movers!

The First State

As the very first state to ratify the U.S. Constitution, Delaware has been a pinnacle point of American history since the very beginning. With no sales tax, a rich history and prime location in the Northeast, there is a reason why many who relocate here never want to leave!

Moving to Delaware - Being a New Resident & Relocating to Delaware

The largest & most populated towns in Delaware are Wilmington, Newark, Dover, Rehoboth Beach, Lewes, New Castle, Bethany Beach, Middletown, Dewey Beach, Georgetown, Milford, Smyrna, Fenwick Island, Seaford, Millsboro, Milton, Laurel, Ocean View, Delaware City, Harrington, Selbyville and Camden. No matter which city you relocate to, you can have a smooth move by following the proper steps required by the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV). We’ve laid out the top priorities for becoming a resident below.

Delaware Neighborhood Information: Data for Moving Companies & Moving Quotes

Weather: The climate of Delaware is usually ocean moderate. Even though this state is tiny, however, your day-to-day weather will vary a lot based on where you move to in this state. For example, the north has far harsher climate and shorter growing season compared to the south.
Population & Cost of Living: Currently home to about 898,000 people, come to Delaware, and you can add one more to that number! How much does it cost these folks to live here?
Though it may be 13% more expensive to live here than the average U.S. city, for its location and opportunity the cost of living is great. It has low-costing property, low taxes and low property taxes compared to states like New York & Connecticut. This low amount of taxation is a huge factor in making Delaware so much more affordable. The income-tax rates here are a maximum of 5.95% and all funds for social security? Tax-exempt!

Employment Rate of Delware & Delaware's Economy

The unemployment rate as of Fall 2014 was 6.5%.
The top industries here include government, education, banking, chemical pharmaceutical, technology, healthcare and agriculture (the main products being farmed include poultry, nursery stock, soybeans, dairy products & corn).