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November Daytona Beach real estate sales were recorded at 404 homes and condos in the Daytona Beach MLS, nearly doubling the 203 sales from a year ago. Sales were up 13.8% over October of this year.
55% of Florida home sales in September were REO (real estate owned) and short sales according to Lender Processing Services (LPS). As a home buyer, the Daytona Beach condos and homes you will be searching for and seeing will be in financial distress over 50% of the time.
As a real estate agent, people should be suspect if I say it’s a great time to buy a home. The Atlantic magazine, weighed in this week when writer Daniel Indiviglio wrote an article on the subject.
This pre-sunrise photo was taken at 6:30 a.m. this morning off of Highbridge Road north of Ormond Beach and south of Flagler Beach. Highbridge Road can be accessed from A1A or John Anderson Drive.
Florida Leads The Country in Foreclosures The Sun Sentinel reports in a recent article – Florida leads the nation in foreclosures: One out of four
The investor does not have the same right to tax forgiveness that owners of their primary residence. That means that if you sell your investment property as a short sale, you are likely to be hit with a hefty tax bill.
What are your options as Daytona Beach Home owner who is underwater on their home, meaning that there home is worth less than they owe?
A new record high of homeowners delinquent on the mortgage or foreclosure was reached in the third quarter. Rising unemployment and balloon and teaser rate mortgages coming due through 2011 means that foreclosures and short sales are likely to continue through 2011-2012.
1735 Daytona Beach homes and condos were sold in the first half of this year. That’s up from 1433 in the first half of 2008’s for a 21% improvement. What’s interesting is to see where the sales are coming from.