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We love Greek food. We’ve been sorely missing a nice place to go to for some gyro and Greek specialties. Well, after a tough closing today, we stopped for lunch at Dimitri’s in South Daytona and had a really good gyro sandwich.
The market price for Daytona Beach real estate is being driven by short sale and foreclosure transactions. If you are selling any property, whether or not you’re in financial distress or not, the price is being determined by these transactions.
The logic is quite simple – Why would a buyer want to pay the so-called market price, when they can buy 20-40% below market?
Inventory Report for Daytona Beach Homes and Condos We are establishing this new monthly report to analyze the details of Daytona homes and condos inventory on
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Do you know where to get the best deals on homes and condos in Daytona Beach, Ormond Beach, Port Orange? I do. Do you know which builders and developers are really dealing? Do you know how to present a short sale offer that will have a good chance of getting accepted? Do you know how to find short sales? I do. Call 386-566-7503 to cut thought the fog.
Congratulations to Daytona Beach Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte on winning the 200M backstroke Gold Medal.
Full motion video of the Ormond Lakes Homes Community in Ormond Beach, Florida.
Check out this video on making the traditional Mai Tai with recipe and ingredients list.
We have created our first video listing. The home is located at 562 Oceanshore Blvd. in Ormond Beach. This home is what the Florida lifestyle is all about. It’s right across from the beach and has a marvelous pool and deck area in the back.
What are foreclosures, gas prices and general economic contraction doing to Florida’s tax revenues? Consider that with no state income tax, most of the revenue comes from sales tax, tourist taxes and proprerty taxes for local municipalities. Talk about a triple-whammy.