Foreclosures in Delaware: Delaware Foreclosures by County, City, or Zip
Delaware, the first state in the U.S., is made up of three counties, New Castle, Kent and Sussex from north to south, respectively. Because Delaware is the second smallest state in total land area, each county is densely populated, with over 60% of the population residing in the most northern county of New Castle.
New Castle County offers hundreds of foreclosed homes, with a significant portion of those foreclosed homes being REO's or real estate owned home foreclosures. As the more industrial county in Delaware, New Castle offers a fun and city-like atmosphere. New Castle houses Wilmington, the largest city in Delaware, also maintaining the largest number of foreclosures for sale in the state! Wilmington, DE and smaller surrounding cities have bank foreclosures, HUD foreclosures and auction homes available.
Dover, Delaware - the capital and second largest city in Delaware, is in Kent County. Kent and Sussex counties are known for a more agricultural landscape, geared at the farming of soybeans, poultry and corn. Both Kent and Sussex counties, as well as Dover have auction homes, bank foreclosures and HUD foreclosures, tax deed sales and pre-foreclosures (NOD's) for sale. With the beautiful landscape of the Atlantic Ocean, the moderate east coast climate, and the array of foreclosed homes for sale, Delaware has the right home for you!
Delaware's economy trends above the U.S. average, providing a stable economy for anyone living in the state. Don't wait, start your home search with our foreclosure listings today and save a bundle on your next home!