Daytona Beach Foreclosures Resources

Daytona Beach Foreclosures Market is Hot

Daytona Beach Foreclosure, Short Sale and REO Resources

Over the past year, we’ve written blog posts and created web pages on foreclosures, short sales and REO opportunities. In February, 45% of all homes sold nationwide were distressed properties in some phase of foreclosure. The rate was even higher in the Daytona Beach area.

We’ve created this post to give a central resource for all those resources that we’ve created. As always, call me aat 888-519-9579 or Email me if you have questions or need information.


Daytona Beach Foreclosures
Information on the foreclosure process and how to go about buying a foreclosed property.

Do Foreclosures Really Cost $70,000
How much does it cost a bank to foreclose. It’s important to know when you are negotiating before the bank forecloses a property.

Know the Facts About Volusia County Foreclosure Sales
Information from the Volusia County Clerk of Courts on how to go about buying a foreclosure of Daytona Beach, Ormond Beach, Port Orange or New Smyrna Beach foreclosed property.

Buy Foreclosure or Short Sale – Which is Best for Me?
A burning question in today’s market that every buyer should read.

Florida Foreclosed Homes
Cautions about scam artists and other sharks looking to rip you off.

Short Sales

Real Estate Short Sale Can Save You 20 to 40 Percent
Yes, you can save with short sales over the “market price,” but now the competition is heating up.

Daytona Beach Short Sales
Information and videos about short sales in Daytona Beach.

Daytona Beach Short Sales Buyers Video
Video, audio and a PDF file on how to buy a short sale.

Daytona Beach Short Sales Sellers Video
Not every seller is eligible for a short sale. The video explains who is eligible and how to go about the short sale process.

Daytona Beach REO Property

Daytona Beach REO Properties
The first of many pages we will create explaining the advantages and pitfalls of REO properties in Daytona Beach.

Ormond Beach, Port Orange and Daytona Beach foreclosure homes are plentiful, but there are dangers in buying many of these properties. Tax liens, contractor liens and IRS attachments could pop up after you buy the property unless you know what you’re doing. Don’t go it alone, call me today about any home or condo in the Daytona Beach real estate market.

We believe Daytona Beach foreclosure condos and homes in the higher end of the market will be increasing over the coming months. Few sales have occurred with these properties in the last year and many owners will walk away this year. This year will probably be the best year to buy a condo in Daytona Beach in our lifetimes.


  1. You make some great points and have provided very helpful information, thanks for sharing. There are some great opportunities out there for buyers in today’s market. In Charleston SC, I get calls daily from buyers interested in putting an offer in on a “short sale” or a “bank owned” property. As a “buyers agent” with experience in short sales & REO properties, I really explain the process a buyer and prepare them for a potentially drawn out and frustrating experience. They risk spending money on inspections etc….. then have the deal fall through at the last minute. If the buyers have the patience and the property really suits their needs then it might make sense to move forward. If the buyer needs to coordinate the closing of the short sale property with the closing of the sale of their current home they could be in for a bumpy ride. The short sale lender does not care if all your belongings are in moving truck and your dogs are in a kennel.

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