Delaware

Top Cities

These are the major cities in Delaware based on such criteria as the number of registered companies, business participants, and issued permits.

Top Names

The most popular names in Delaware

Robert Smith — 181 persons
James Smith — 154 persons
Robert Johnson — 145 persons
Robert Jones — 143 persons
William Smith — 141 persons
William Brown — 138 persons
James Williams — 126 persons
Nancy Smith — 125 persons
William Johnson — 124 persons
Robert Williams — 122 persons
Michael Brown — 121 persons
James Brown — 118 persons
Michael Johnson — 118 persons
Mary Smith — 117 persons
John Miller — 114 persons
William Wilson — 113 persons
Michael Smith — 111 persons
Charles Smith — 109 persons
John Williams — 101 persons
David Smith — 100 persons
Richard Smith — 96 persons
Mary Jones — 96 persons
John Smith — 95 persons
Robert Thompson — 95 persons
James Johnson — 94 persons
John Murphy — 94 persons
James Stewart — 94 persons
John Brown — 93 persons
Michael Taylor — 92 persons
Robert Wilson — 91 persons
William Taylor — 91 persons
William Jones — 89 persons
Michael Jones — 87 persons
Patricia Brown — 86 persons
Donald Smith — 86 persons
Robert Davis — 86 persons
Richard Johnson — 86 persons
Thomas Smith — 86 persons
Robert Moore — 84 persons
Donna Johnson — 83 persons
Robert Miller — 83 persons
Robert Thomas — 83 persons
John Jones — 82 persons
James Miller — 82 persons
Robert Brown — 82 persons
Mary Johnson — 81 persons
John Taylor — 80 persons
James Jones — 79 persons
William Thomas — 79 persons
Kevin Smith — 79 persons

Population

0.926M
Population
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The population of Delaware is estimated to be 0.926 million people (2016).
Since 2010, it has increased by 28,520 people (approximately 3.2%). Neighboring states have the following population: currently, 5.931 million people live in Maryland (2.7% population growth since 2010), 0.647 million live in District of Columbia (7.6 % growth compared with the data for 2010).

Race and Ethnicity

Median Household Income

$60,509
Median Household Income
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The median household income in Delaware is $60,509 (2016).
Since 2010, it has increased by $390 (0.6%). The highest median household incomes are in the following cities of Delaware: Hockessin ($121,680), Greenville ($104,643), and Townsend ($102,057). These are the median household incomes in the neighboring states: $72,093 in New Jersey and $70,848 in District of Columbia.

Median Property Value

$231,500
Median Property Value
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The median property value in Delaware is $231,500 (2016).
These are the cities in Delaware with the highest median property values: Rehoboth Beach ($826,500), Fenwick Island ($728,500), South Bethany ($685,300), Greenville ($647,800), and Dewey Beach ($632,800). Median home prices in nearby states include $315,900 in New Jersey, and $231,500 in Maryland.

Poverty Rate

8.2%
Poverty Rate
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A poverty rate shows the percentage of the poor among the entire population.
For the state of Delaware, the estimated poverty rate is 8.19% (based on the data for 2016). Since 2010, this figure has increased by 0.58 percentage points. The official poverty rate in the U.S. is 12.7 percent (according to the U.S. Census Bureau for 2016). Thus, we see that Delaware is below the national level based on this measure (for this indicator, lower is better). Neighboring Delaware states have the following poverty level: the poverty rate in District of Columbia is 14.33%, in New Jersey—8.16%.

Median Gross Rent

$1,018
Median Gross Rent
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In 2016, the median gross rent in Delaware was estimated at $1,018 per month.
The following cities top the list of places with the highest median gross rent in Delaware: Hockessin ($1,720/mo), Farmington ($1,600/mo), Odessa ($1,546/mo), Camden ($1,435/mo), and Millville ($1,429/mo). For comparison purposes, we present data on median gross rent in neighboring states: in Maryland renters pay $1,230/mo, in New Jersey—$1,018/mo.

Rent Burden

29.9%
Rent Burden
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The estimated rent burden in Delaware is 29.9% (based on Census records for 2016).
It is considered that if a household spends no more than 30 percent of its income on rent, utilities, and other building costs, such housing is affordable. Rental housing in Alabama is becoming more affordable. In 2010, the rent burden was higher and estimated at 31.1%. Compare the housing affordability in Delaware and neighboring states: in Maryland, the rent burden is 30.8%, in District of Columbia — 29.5%.

Share of Renter-Occupied Housing

28.8%
Share of Renter-Occupied Housing
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The share of renter-occupied housing units in Delaware is 28.83%.
This figure has slightly increased compared to 2010, when 27.92% of houses and apartments were rented out. The following cities in Delaware have the highest share of renter-occupied units: Newport (64.35%), Georgetown (56.38%), and Wilmington (53.85%). Here's what rental market looks like in the nearby states: in New Jersey 35.53% of housing units are occupied by renters or tenants, in Maryland—33.18%.

Renter Occupied Households

107,285
Renter Occupied Households
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Experts estimate the number of renter occupied households in Delaware at 107,285 units (based on Census and ESRI data for 2016).
In 2015, there were 105,333 of such households. Cities in Delaware with the largest number of renter occupied households are the following: Wilmington (16,245), Dover (7,161), Newark (5,054), Bear (2,102), and Middletown (1,755). Here's what rental housing looks like in nearby states: there are 175,121 renter occupied households in District of Columbia and 175,121 households in Maryland.

Evictions

5,468
Evictions
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The total number of eviction judgments in Delaware is 5,468 (2016).
In 2015, there were 5,499 evictions. Thus, we observe a decrease of 0.6%. In the neighboring states, the picture is as follows: 4,694 evictions were conducted in Maryland, 136 evictions were conducted in New Jersey.

Eviction Filings

17,370
Eviction Filings
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There were 17,370 eviction cases filed in Delaware in 2016.
There were 18,289 of such cases in 2015 (decline of 919 filings, or 5% down). Nearby states recorded the following stats: 147,671 cases were registered in New Jersey, 136,740 in Maryland (data for 2016).

Major Cities (population)

The Delaware major cities are presented below statically. The majority of the state residents live in these cities. Furthermore, these cities issued the largest number of permits and registered the largest number of businesses.

Wilmington (71,549)
Newark (32,740)
Dover (37,144)
New Castle (5,371)
Bear (19,886)
Middletown (19,744)
Lewes (2,887)
Millsboro (4,050)
Seaford (7,290)
Smyrna (10,904)
Milford (9,993)
Georgetown (6,775)
Laurel (3,916)
Hockessin (13,230)
Milton (2,717)
Felton (1,658)
Selbyville (2,675)
Claymont (9,060)
Townsend (2,617)
Magnolia (192)
Ocean View (1,880)
Harrington (3,665)
Bridgeville (2,364)
Clayton (3,034)
Dagsboro (980)
Frankford (988)
Greenwood (1,289)
Delmar (1,784)
Frederica (1,053)
Hartly (54)
Camden (3,501)
Ellendale (363)
Houston (390)
Millville (1,510)
Wyoming (1,673)
Greenville (2,378)
Viola (164)
Elsmere (6,154)
Odessa (598)
Newport (1,165)
Blades (1,303)
Kenton (299)
Cheswold (1,219)
Bethel (171)
Leipsic (118)
Long Neck (2,359)
Woodside (150)
Bellefonte (1,318)
Edgemoor (6,257)
Kent Acres (2,283)

Recent Permits

Below is a list of recent permits issued in the state of Delaware that we were able to get information about. The date refers to the date when we received this information. The date of the permit itself may be different

Oct 12, 2020

All Cities

This is a general list of cities in Delaware. It contains big cities and small towns sorted alphabetically. Select a city to view information about its population, economics, and businesses.

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City Population Contact info for Businesses Business Associates License Holders UCC Filings Registered Parcel Owners
1 Wilmington 71,549 351,183 32,080 1,798 21,722 1,487 2,843
2 Dover 37,144 90,580 5,997 351 5,822 205 840
3 Newark 32,740 185,663 1,608 382 10,247 240 1,440
4 Bear 19,886 58,442 86 79 3,224 19 457
5 Middletown 19,744 50,746 48 60 3,130 14 487
6 Hockessin 13,230 29,449 139 89 1,480 22 327
7 Smyrna 10,904 28,452 32 19 1,777 2 130
8 Milford 9,993 24,240 97 14 1,848 13 121
9 Claymont 9,060 20,099 81 22 854 11 99
10 Wilmington Manor 7,912 224 101 3 141 7
11 Seaford 7,290 27,042 21 27 1,873 10 292
12 Georgetown 6,775 17,644 33 9 1,641 9 97
13 Edgemoor 6,257 14 2 12 1
14 Elsmere 6,154 905 1 1 60 1 2
15 New Castle 5,371 86,880 323 119 4,562 95 375
16 Millsboro 4,050 21,175 15 11 1,596 20 210
17 Rising Sun-Lebanon 3,970 1,084 1 1 99 20
18 Highland Acres 3,966 65 6
19 Laurel 3,916 17,246 12 6 1,167 156
20 Harrington 3,665 14,406 11 5 888 1 78
21 Camden 3,501 2,754 521 23 360 20 31
22 Clayton 3,034 11,342 7 3 634 6 69
23 Lewes 2,887 29,421 864 156 2,348 58 328
24 Milton 2,717 13,672 11 8 1,005 5 100
25 Selbyville 2,675 8,769 18 17 672 1 280
26 Townsend 2,617 15,564 6 13 903 6 132
27 Greenville 2,378 1,444 100 32 199 7 42
28 Bridgeville 2,364 10,212 19 11 648 7 190
29 Long Neck 2,359 38 8
30 Kent Acres 2,283
31 Woodside East 2,027 2
32 Delaware City 1,933 2,332 5 3 147 1
33 Ocean View 1,880 8,866 24 19 623 2 179
34 Delmar 1,784 6,169 11 1 440 3 138
35 Wyoming 1,673 1,210 5 3 147 6
36 Felton 1,658 16,408 3 1 982 3 67
37 Millville 1,510 1,135 94 18
38 Bellefonte 1,318 11 2
39 Blades 1,303 500 32 1
40 Greenwood 1,289 7,585 8 6 626 2 47
41 Cheswold 1,219 91 12
42 Newport 1,165 447 13 5 121 125
43 Rehoboth Beach 1,098 16,311 68 38 1,925 15 280
44 Frederica 1,053 5,425 5 4 304 20
45 Frankford 988 6,670 14 3 674 4 88
46 Dagsboro 980 7,566 7 9 627 1 118
47 Bethany Beach 908 4,312 8 12 321 2 48
48 Odessa 598 502 42 1 2
49 South Bethany 423 26 3
50 Fenwick Island 396 832 2 4 141 2 26
51 Houston 390 2,186 1 3 145 7
52 Ellendale 363 2,677 191 1 4
53 Kenton 299 113 7
54 Dewey Beach 250 527 1 105 7
55 Magnolia 192 14,018 2 5 677 2 70
56 Little Creek 190 23 3
57 Bethel 171 154 12 1 4
58 Viola 164 941 53 2 2
59 Woodside 150 40 11
60 Leipsic 118 99 9
61 Farmington 91 21 8 2
62 Hartly 54 5,986 406 3 36
63 Willards 3
64 Talleyville 86 1 1 15 2
65 Montchanin 26 3
66 Marshallton 13 1
67 Chesapeake City 1 2
68 Dover Air Force Base 3
69 Elkton 4
70 Christiana 94 3 43 1
71 Kirkwood 2 1
72 Marydel 1,648 1 109 1 18
73 Warwick 3
74 Ocean City 1
75 Stanton 42 8 1
76 Saint Georges 271 2 1 25 2
77 Port Penn 196 11 2
78 Penns Grove
79 Harbeson 2,037 1 2 202 24
80 Clarksville 9 5
81 Lincoln 6,203 3 2 489 1 19
City Population Contact info for Businesses Business Associates License Holders UCC Filings Registered Parcel Owners
Last updated on October 12, 2020 at 10:48 AM (PST)

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