The Delaware State Housing Authority is a gateway host to a wealth of information and resources for affordable housing in Delaware. DSHA has research, resources and information to assist homebuyers, renters, stakeholders and developers to obtain and develop efficient, cost-effective housing options.
Are you searching for affordable housing? Are you looking to settle in and plant your roots?
The Delaware State Housing Authority provides free homeownership education, webinars and resources to find affordable housing and rental units.
Residents living in Delaware 57 incorporated municipalities have many advantages. As residents, you experience the beauty of all four seasons along the mid-Atlantic region and have convenient access to Delaware's many beaches.
Find guides and information for Delaware's schools, voting, municipalities, legislators and more resources for residents.
You don't have to go through the homebuying process by yourself. Get help with the home buying and financing process. Help and information is available to first-time homebuyers. From assistance with housing counseling, lenders, realtors and finding the right location the DSHA is ready to assist.
For those transitioning from renting to prospective homeowners, get better prepared to "Kiss Your Landlord Goodbye".
Existing homeowners, developers, contractors and property owners, find information to file and search land transaction records, corporate filings, and financing statements with the recorder of deeds within your local county. Review equal accomodations regulations, home repair and loan programs, fire protection and pest control resources.
Services and Programs for Homebuyers
Home Repair Programs and Loans
Equal Accommodations Regulations
Mortgage Loan Modification Services Act & Information
Insurance for Homeowners Guide
Mobile Home Title Requirements
Whether building new construction, upgrading or repairing an existing property, ensuring that you have current building codes, permits and points of contact information are keys to guarantee successful compliance with Delaware and local codes. These resources will help avoid costly delays with projects.
The Public Service Commission works to ensure reasonable and reliable price utility services for Delaware residents. PSC's work also involves regulating utility companies to ensure fair competitive practices and resolve disputes between utility providers.
The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control's Water Supply Section issues well, well permits and licenses water well contractors. The section also oversees and monitors water groundwater quality and source water protection programs. In addition to these program, DNREC also promotes renewable energy initiatives.
Review utility filings, public notices and public meetings for the PSC. Read business tax tips for utility operators from the Delaware Division of Revenue and get answers to frequently asked questions by residents.
Learn about tax credits, grants and energy efficient programs available for home buyers.
Read about senior school property tax relief.
Report housing discrimination, file an insurance-related or utility complaint.
Find contacts and assistance with regulated utilities from the Division of the Public Advocate to get help with cases filed at the Delaware Public Service Commission for any utility provider.