Sitting on the Atlantic Ocean is the coastal town of Daytona Beach, known for its famous wide sandy beaches, pristine waters, and diverse lifestyles. Nationally rated as one of the top places to live and recognized by the best realtors® in Daytona for its quality of life.
Each of these communities share the real estate trait of low inventories. Proof that the residents have a desire to stay put, making it essential to work with the best realtor® in Daytona. Choose from single-family mobile or high-rise residences located on the coastal mainland or barrier island areas designed for walks on the beach or strolls along the local boardwalks.
Here's a list of affordable Dayton Beach neighborhoods ideal for raising a family or picture-perfect for retirement.
Daytona Beach Shores
A resort and retirement community nestled between the inlet and the Atlantic Ocean with a median list price of $335,000, down nine percent from October to November. Inventories increased by four percent in October. One year ago, there were 50 homes listed, today only 25. Median list price per square foot is $210.
One of the affluent neighborhoods known for the Mayor's challenge to health and fitness. The median list price is $340,000, down six percent from October to November. Inventories increased by 13 percent in October. Inventories increased by 13 percent for a total of 76 resale listings in October 2019. Median list price per square foot is $172.
Comprised of single-family and mobile homes, the community prides itself on the local eateries, coffee shops, and easy access to family activities. Median list price is $325,000, down one percent from October to November. Inventory increased by five percent for a total of 60 listed residential homes. One year ago, inventory listings accounted for 70 resale homes. Median list price per square foot is $160.
A picturesque beach town offering ocean views, camping, parks, and aquatic recreation for a stress-free lifestyle. Median list price is $195,000, up one percent from October to November. Inventories increased by nine percent this year, compared to the same time last year with ten homes listed for resale. Median list price per square foot is $132.
An urban community with a night-life style to match. Cruise leisurely, take a sip, and savor the flavors of Daytona Beach. Median list price is $185,000, down one percent from October to November. Resale inventories declined by 12 percent from October to November. Median list price per square foot is $132 slightly down from $135 in October. During 2019 this neighborhood's housing prices continue to move upward.
Known for its history and Holly trees, this small-town community offers the best of both worlds. Families enjoy a slower pace with its sandy inlet shores, community parks, and museums. Median list price is $150,000, down four percent from October to November. Inventories increased by 16 percent in 2019. The median list price per square is $156, down from $165 in October.
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