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Discover A Second Home Buyer’s Paradise in Daytona Beach

Second Home Buyer's Paradise - Marina Grande Daytona

Daytona Beach is full of smart opportunities and new experiences that make it a Second Homebuyer’s Paradise.

Here you can try beach driving or challenging your palate at a new restaurant. And now, purchasing your second home at Marina Grande Daytona can be a part of these opportunities.

There’s never been a better time to buy a second residence in Daytona Beach! The location offers so much for residents, making it a Second Home Buyer’s Paradise. Here, you can find live music, art shows and thrilling activities just steps away, not to mention that Orlando and all of its theme parks are just an hour away. This epicenter of arts and entertainment is expanding to offer cultural events and services unique to the area. After all, this is a city where you can find craft beer and attend a music show, all of it local to the area, not to mention the world’s most famous beach and some of the best sporting events of the year. Living here gets you close to everything, and the opportunity is almost too good to pass up. This is what makes Marina Grande Daytona’s new offer so irresistible.

Marina Grande Daytona is now offering the most amazing luxury waterfront condominium property in the country. You won’t find this combination anywhere else. Besides its unprecedented waterfront prices, Marina Grande Daytona is now offering an unmatched net cap program. For select residences, it includes a 2-year guaranteed 7% net cap rate as well as maintenance and fees paid. No guest can resist waterfront property priced so affordably, decorated with luxury imported cabinetry wood, granite countertops, featuring floor plans that have up to over 2,000 sq. feet, and especially property that’s in the heart of Daytona Beach. Regarding leasing and maintenance, Marina Grande Daytona handles the details; you get to reap the benefits.

Just like Daytona Beach, Marina Grande Daytona has everything you need right at home. Two waterfront swimming pools create a tropical experience right in your own backyard. You can also workout at the waterfront state of the art 24-hour fitness center, and Marina Grande is home to a 28-slip marina as well.

Marina Grande Daytona has homebuyers racing to the water’s edge with condominiums starting from the $200s. Residences featuring coastal modern design and spectacular vistas overlook the Intracoastal Waterway and the world-famous Daytona Beach. A model showcase unlike anything else in the area show off imported cabinetry, granite countertops in the kitchen, and jetted bathtubs in the bathrooms.

To compare Marina Grande Daytona to similar properties throughout the state of Florida, request a free comparison guide today. You can also download our latest fact sheet, which includes sample inventory and pricing on specific residences. Designer decorated models are open and available to tour daily on site. We encourage you to plan your visit soon. For more information visit https://daytonawaterfrontcondos.com/ or call 386.310.1337 to schedule your private tour.

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When is the Best Season to Buy a Condo?

Spring

Inventory: Spring is when you’ll usually see the highest inventory of condos for sale. Between the more mild weather and being finished with the holidays, this is the best time to see a variety of homes for sale.

Pricing: Unfortunately Spring isn’t the best time for deals on a new home. Many sellers think they have a few months to sell their condo and may overprice their home. Expect to see many homes that are expensive.

Competition: The competition won’t be as tough as it will be later in the year. Spring is the time where most potential buyers are just getting their feet wet and browsing.

Summer

Inventory: Inventory during summer is still high, often as high as in spring. There will be plenty of new listings this time of year.

Pricing: Sellers will start to get serious about selling their homes, so the prices should come down a bit during summer. There still won’t be very many deals this time of year.

Competition: This is when the competition really starts to get going. Expect to see more bidding wars and higher offers being made.

Fall

Inventory: Inventory during fall will definitely start to dwindle. There won’t be as many new listings on the market either.

Pricing: Any new listings on the market will be priced to sell. Fall is when you’ll finally start to find some deals and sellers will start to cut their asking price.

Competition: The competition will be much more tough during fall. Expect to see plenty of competition for fairly priced homes.

Winter

Inventory: Winter will bring very limited inventory, but those who do put their homes on the market this time of year will most likely need to sell.

Pricing: Any real estate on the market during winter will be priced lower than in the spring or summer. There will be plenty of deals, and homes will be priced at good value.

Competition: Buying a new home during the holiday season can be tough, so expect to see less competition.