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Lynn Byrne talks about condo sales in a News Journal article on the current Daytona Beach Homes market.
After six months of steadily rising sales, sales of Daytona Beach homes and condos dropped significantly in July.
Sales of Daytona Beach homes have been strong this year. People are buying homes and condos, but how are they paying for their properties. There’s an interesting new feature in our local MLS (multiple listing service) that shows how people paid for the property purchase.
The building cycle for commercial real estate in Daytona Beach is much like the pig and bacon cycle. When bacon prices rise, farmers raise more pigs. When prices fall, they raise fewer pigs. In the Daytona Beach area, prices rose and developers built more buildings.
Federal flood insurance is again available to buyers of Daytona Beach and Ormond Beach homes and condos under a September 30 extension.
And so it continues. Sales of Daytona Beach homes and condos were up 46.2% over last June and 12.9% over May. Total sales for the first half of 2010 are up 33.4% over the first half of 2009. The uptrend continues, but…
Home buyers who can take the homebuyer tax credit, who have binding contracts as of April 30th, will have until September 30th to close under the extension passed by the Senate last night and the House of Representatives last week.
Let’s say you know I am a Realtor. We are in an elevator and you ask me what’s happening in the Daytona Beach condos and homes market, here’s my quick elevator version…
A buyer has a dilemma. They like two homes in two vastly different neighborhoods. Should they buy the upgraded home in an older neighborhood, or, the new home in a newer development?
A 1.6% increase may not seem like much. That’s what we saw in May over April sales. That’s not the news. The news is that we are up 23.5% year over year