Why Rehoboth Beach?
Rehoboth Beach, Delaware is known around the mid-Atlantic as one of those small beach towns that has tons to offer, particularly in the warm summer months when hundreds of thousands of tourists descend on the First State’s most popular coastal community.
Featuring a fantastic one-mile Boardwalk, one of the most eclectic restaurant scenes along America’s east coast, great tax-free shopping options and plenty of other things to see and do along the shores of the Atlantic, Rehoboth Beach is one of those small beach towns that everyone should check out.
Known for generations as the “Nation’s Summer Capital” due to the large number of people who visit the resort from the Washington, D.C. area, Rehoboth Beach has grown significantly through the years and is now one of Delaware’s most desirable and fastest growing communities.
There are countless worthwhile reasons for living and working in the greater Rehoboth Beach area, more than we can possible discuss in just one writeup. But that being said, we do have our favorites, in addition to the many reasons for living in Rehoboth that we constantly hear from our clients and friends.
Indulge us as we go into greater detail on some of our favorites…
Well, it is Rehoboth BEACH right? So obviously, one of the main draws is going to be the beautiful beaches that make up Delaware’s most popular coastal resort.
With a Boardwalk that includes such local gems as the Funland Amusement Park, Grotto Pizza, Candy Kitchen and the Boardwalk Plaza Hotel, it’s easy to plan a visit to the “Nation’s Summer Capital” and have a fun day with the entire family. Read more >>
Shopping and Entertainment
The entire state of Delaware is known for its tax-free shopping options, and this is certainly true in Rehoboth Beach. Dominated by tons of shopping options in the downtown area, as well as on busy Route 1, you certainly won’t be disappointed when feeling the urge to do a little shopping.
Rehoboth Avenue and surrounding downtown streets are filled with tons of unique shopping options for all members of the family. From small boutiques, to clothing shops, souvenir stores and even an opportunity for some old west photos, you’re sure to find something that’s to your liking in downtown Rehoboth Beach. Read more >>
With several miles of beautiful Atlantic coastline, you know there’s going to be an abundance of natural beauty in a one-of-a-kind resort town like Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.
I mean, if you’ve never sat on the beach and witnessed the sun coming up over the Atlantic, we strongly encourage you to do so. It’s an experience you’re not likely to forget anytime soon. Read more >>
Delaware is one of the few states in the country that doesn’t charge any sales tax on purchases, which certainly helps to make it one of the more fiscally beneficial areas to live and retire in.
Add in the low state and property taxes, as well as the many other facts that contribute to the area’s low cost of living, and you’ll see why Delaware in general, and Rehoboth Beach in particular, are great places to live, work and/or retire. Read more >>
Quality of Life
When you’re talking about living, working and/or retiring in a beach community, you can almost always include the “quality of life” as one of the major draws. And Rehoboth Beach is certainly no different.
When you combine all of the features and benefits we’ve already mentioned and add to that the beautiful residential communities and developments that dominate the area, you get one of the finest places to call home in the mid-Atlantic region of the United States. Read more >>
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