We offer the most comprehensive tours of Cecil County available. Visit our CECIL COUNTY TOURS page to learn more.
We offer the most comprehensive tours of Harford County available. Visit our HARFORD COUNTY TOURS page to learn more.
We are now offering the most comprehensive tours of New Castle County, Delaware available. Use the NEW CASTLE COUNTY TOUR registration form to sign-up.
After you have registered, we will provide you with the tour itinerary and detailed directions to the tour Starting Point which will be a convenient location near I95. We will also provide a list of hotels and bed and breakfasts should you wish to stay overnight prior to or after the tour. The meeting location is approximately two and a half hours by car from New York City, 20 minutes from the Delaware Memorial Bridge, one hour from Baltimore, and two hours from Washington DC.
If you would like to see listings of houses available in Cecil County, Harford County, or New Castle County or wish to see specific houses during your visit (separate from the tour), please click here to create a profile of the kind of house and neighborhood you are interested in. We will send you listings that match your criteria via email, and can try to arrange visitations for the same weekend as your tour date or at a future time.
Hud is also available after the tour to search for homes in your areas of interest. He will generate detailed listings for you to use while you are in the county and to take home with you.
Hud Benson - Hud is a Licensed Real Estate Professional and has children who have attended Cecil County Public Schools from kindergarten through high school. He is a consultant to Cecil County Government Economic Development and helps Cecil County with services like administering the Cecil County Government Website, Economic Development Website, Tourism Website, and various print publications about the County.
Karen Aspinwall - Karen has been involved in non-formal education, teaching and developing programs for the public for over 20 years. She has a wealth of knowledge about the history and natural history of our area and the Chesapeake Bay which she enjoys sharing with people of all ages. Karen is an educator with the University of Maryland Extension, focusing on family and consumer sciences including healthy homes and finances.