Economic recession has been the reason for the increase in foreclosed and short sale properties. Florida’s real estate market is no exemption, even in the most opulent area of the state, the Daytona Beach. Considered as the most famous city throughout the Volusia County, Daytona Beach real estate contains lots of foreclosures and short sales. Although it is an upsetting occurrence for distressed property owners, but it is advantageous for tight-budgeted prospective buyers.

Daytona Beach, FL. Real Estate Foreclosures For Sale

$169,900
4 beds - 1+ Baths

1319 S Shangri-La Drive

Daytona Beach, Florida

MLS® ID: 1031129

$95,000
3 beds - 1 Bath

919 Essex Road

Daytona Beach, Florida

MLS® ID: 1030237

$72,000
1 bed - 1 Bath

123 S Oleander Avenue

Daytona Beach, Florida

MLS® ID: 1025606

$149,900
2 beds - 2 Baths

129 N Paul Revere Drive

Daytona Beach, Florida

MLS® ID: 1029813

The market value of real estate property in Daytona Beach is high compared to other counties and towns. But, you can own a real estate property in the affluent Daytona Beach with the availability of Daytona Beach foreclosures. You may acquire these properties at lower prices at any of the three phases of the foreclosure process.

First, homeowners who are in the pre-foreclosure phase may opt to place their property for short sale to avoid foreclosure. Short sale properties have lower selling price than the market price, but owners usually prefer this to avoid the effects of foreclosure on their credit standing.  Next, you can buy the property after it had been foreclosed by making a bid at the county courthouse auction.  Lastly, the home can be yours if no one bought it at the county auction. This is now considered a bank REO (real estate owned).

Purchasing one of the Daytona Beach foreclosures is an economical way of owning a property in the most luxurious city in Florida.