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Friends & Real Estate

Real Estate is never narrowly defined and narrowly specific. Too many things tie in, so when you say Real Estate, it is like saying “life”. It is everything around us… So it is general. One would think that friends are your best clients, and often times it is true. But like borrowing money from friends […]

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Pendleton Club Condominium. May 2016

Pendleton Club Condominium is a riverfront (Intracoastal) condominium building. One of the first condos not only in Daytona Beach, but also in Florida. Even though it was built in 1963, it is still one of the best-built condominiums in the area. Very sturdy, inside corridor system, doorman, one door to your unit, and the other […]

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The Oceans Condos in Daytona Beach Shores, May 2016

There are 15 condos in the Oceans Family of condos, and in this blog post we will only look at those, which are direct oceanfront buildings. These are Oceans One, Oceans Two, Oceans Three, Oceans Atrium, Oceans Atrium One, Oceans Four, Oceans Five, Oceans Six, Oceans Seven, Oceans Eight and Oceans Ten. And to make […]

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Kingston Shores Condominium. Market Snapshot. April 2016

I wrote a blog post about Kingston Shores condominium in Ormond-by-the-Sea a few days ago. It is very general in nature, give you an idea of the location, the community, and details of the complex. But how is the market in Kingston Shores condominium? Below is the statistical data from MLS Kingston Shores Active   […]

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Kingston Shores Condos in Ormond Beach, FL

If you take A1A, which is also called Scenic Highway, north from Granada Avenue towards Flagler County line, for six and a half miles you will be watching the mixture of everything. Magnificent oceanfront homes on the beach, all type of houses on the west side of the road, mid- and high-rise condos on the […]

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Halifax Landing Condominiums in South Daytona. April 2016

Halifax Landing was one of the last completed condominium buildings started in the peak years, and it was completed at the early stages of the recession, in 2008, and it affected it. Investors did not close, and sales continued for a long time. Then they hired the same company, which was hired to sell Marina […]

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Aliki Atrium. April 2016

One unit sold since January 1, 2015. And it was a crazy price paid for a 3-level unit with 3 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms, which was sold in August of 2015 for only $270K. It was listed initially for $320K, so it was a $50K drop in price… wow. Just yesterday a Bank owned unit […]

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“More Americans Heading South”

Just read an article on our FloridaRealtors.org website We now that we finally beat New York and Florida is now 3rd most populous state in the nation after California and Texas. The article is about the change in pattern of Americans, who for a century were migrating to California, and who are now choosing Texas, […]

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MG on the Halifax in Daytona Beach Area

I avoided writing about MG on the Halifax after all the good things started happening to Marina Grande. It is a bit illogical, but probably it was because it was tempting to expect the Prince on the white horse, what happens only in fairy tales… We quickly learned that the Prince was human, and that […]

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Unit 1506 in Oceans Six Has New Owner

We sold unit 1506 in Oceans Six Congratulations to Jia Khurana, who closed on unit 1506. Some of her new neighbors may already know her if they go to Oceanside Dry Cleaners next to Public Safety Department in Daytona Beach Shores. Jia owns this business. The Seller was represented by David Fedor from ReMax Signature. […]

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