Colonel Jack Lingo, the founder of our brokerage and the grandfather of Carrie Lingo, established Jack Lingo, REALTOR® in 1974 with only a handshake, his word, and a trusted reputation. Nearly 50 years later, the third generation of Lingo innovators continues to drive Jack’s mission and vision toward ever-greater success. When you work with our team, you’ll truly see this phenomenal legacy in action!


Born in Delaware, raised in Sussex County, and educated at Cape Henlopen High School, Carrie Lingo has chosen to permanently settle in the only place she has ever wanted to live and raise her children: Rehoboth Beach. An Olympian, she has consistently used her drive and commitment to achieve success for herself and facilitate success for her teammates. As your agent at Jack Lingo, REALTOR®, Carrie will use her vast skills and life experiences to work on your behalf as you seek out your perfect home. We recently conducted an interview with Carrie to learn all about her favorite things to do in Coastal Delaware. Keep reading to hear her responses!

Constructed in 1885 and still visible from the pristine shores of Cape Henlopen State Park, the Breakwater Lighthouse is one of Delaware's oldest lighthouses. The next time you visit beautiful Cape Henlopen, be sure to check out this site to get a unique glimpse of Coastal Delaware's fascinating history! Learn more at!


Held this year at the Lewes Historical Society Campus on September 11, this popular event is designed to be a tour of Historic Lewes. Enjoy a competitive race which includes breathtaking scenery in one of Coastal Delaware’s favorite small towns. Visit to learn more!


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Ian Lawrence, a native of Sussex County, Delaware, graduated from the University of Delaware in 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts in History and Ancient Greek & Roman Studies. He then graduated from the University of Chicago Divinity School with a Master of Arts in Religion. With a uniquely meticulous eye for technical and analytical detail, a strongly forged devotion to the betterment of everyone he meets, and a cerebral yet highly personal approach to professional life, Ian competes with himself daily to become the most productive and efficient human being he can. We recently conducted an interview with Ian to learn all about his favorite things to do in Coastal Delaware. Keep reading to hear his responses!