Dale Brown is a widely known and respected real estate professional in Coastal Delaware, focusing on residential and commercial properties, large land parcels, and new home developments. After receiving his real estate license in 1995, Dale has worked with his business partner, Dave Green, to successfully transact well over $300,000,000 in real estate sales volume thus far in their careers. Together, Dale and Dave have worked with buyers and sellers to execute the sales of many of the most noteworthy commercial properties in Southern Delaware, including The Summerhouse in downtown Rehoboth Beach, Jimmy’s Grille in Bridgeville, Sharks Cove in Fenwick, Captain’s Table in Rehoboth and Mariner’s Plaza in Lewes, Starboard Raw, Catch 54, The Cove, The Captain’s Table, and FINs. Their development projects have included Ross Station and Saddlebrook in Seaford as well as Marsh Homestead in Lewes. They have earned numerous awards throughout their real estate careers and maintain a robust sales business based on hard work, deep industry knowledge, and client dedication.
Dale’s roots in Sussex County go all the way back to the 1930s when his parents owned land in Dewey Beach. Dale spent all his summers at the beach, with a 10-year commitment to lifeguarding on Dewey Beach from 1978–88. After attending college and playing football at Wesley College and West Virginia University, he returned to the Delaware beaches. He is an avid outdoorsman and sportsman, a merchant mariner, a US Coast Guard Captain since 1984, certified PADI Advanced Diver, and is a Captain on the Cape Water Taxi and Tours. He is actively involved throughout the local community, having coached Rehoboth Little League softball and baseball, the Cape Henlopen Golf Team, ushers at Epworth United Methodist Church, and still enjoys working in the local hospitality business. He and his wife, Barbara, have a daughter, Alexis, in the Cape school district. Two lovable dogs, Aspen and Marley, round out their beach family!