Harry Ashley - Broker/Owner - Ashley Real Estate Inc
Ormond Beach is adjacent to Daytona Beach to the north and occupies land on the barrier island between the river and ocean, and also west of the river on the mainland. Ormond by the Sea, is located adjacent to Ormond Beach and occupies the barrier island between the ocean and river. Ormond Beach and Ormond by the Sea offer a wide range of condos for sale that will suit nearly everyone looking to buy a condo.
The climate in the Ormond Beach area is also ideal. The area enjoys mild, year-round temperatures which range from an average of 59.3F (20.6C) in the winter to an average temperature of 78.5F (30.4C) in the summer. ormond beach'
The Condo buildings in Ormond Beach run from the city of Daytona Beach in the south through Ormond by the Sea with buildings on both sides of A1A. In this area there is no driving on the beach and the units across from the ocean have easy walk-overs.
There are a wide range of condos, town homes and condo hotel options in both Ormond Beach and Ormond by the Sea to satisfy all budgets, whether you want direct ocean front, walk to ocean or inland.
The beaches in Ormond Beach and Ormond by the Sea are beautiful, sandy, walking beaches. No need to worry about rocks or debris. No driving is allowed on the beach, which makes it safe for everyone and especially the children. It's just you the sea, the sun and the sand.
. Owners of condos in Ormond Beach have found something special in Florida away from the busy crowds and yet close enough to enjoy all many events and activities in Daytona, St. Augustine and Orlando, Florida.
Condominiums are a significant segment of the housing market in Florida. However, many prospective condo purchasers are unaware of condo concepts or the provisions of Chapter 718, Florida Statutes, the Condominium Act.
Things to consider before buying a condo in Ormond Beach or Ormond by the Sea:
Condo complexes will charge owners a monthly fee which is called an assessment, which are the fees collected from condo unit owners for payment of common expenses in accordance with the budget. Regular assessments may be collected not less frequently than quarterly. Special assessments are assessments levied against unit owners other than the assessments required by the annual budget, special assesments are generally levied for work and or repairs needed that are not covered in the reserves.
Condo Documents Review:
Under Florida law the buyer of a condo has three days to cancel from receipt of a current copy of the condominium documents (the declaration of condominium, articles of incorporation, bylaws, rules of the association, most recent year-end financial information, the frequently asked questions and answers document and the condominium governance form summarizing the governance of the condominium association)
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