jon zolsky: Symphony Beach Club - 10/07/07 06:26 PM
Symphony Beach Club is the only Ormond Beach condo-hotel. Its address: 453 South Atlantic Ave., Ormond Beach, FL 32176
Built in 1990. 32 units total. Units are generally small, ranging from 297 sf, and up, with one stack of the largest studios - 417 sf. Have Murphy beds.
Maintenance Fee: 285 a month
Traditionally has very few sales. One sale in 2007, 1 sale in 2006, 5 sales in 2005, 6 sales in 2004, 2 sales in 2003, nothing in 2002, and 1 in 2001.
On-site management. Outdoor oceanfront pool.
For condo-hotel information and prices call us at  386-255-5355  or e-mail … (0 comments)

jon zolsky: Oceanview Condo-Hotel Studio 516. Fountain Beach Resort - 10/07/07 06:06 PM
By far the best oceanview studio unit in the Fountain Beach Resort Condo-Hotel in the heart of Daytona Beach.
This 5th floor unit on the north side of the resort is in middle part of the building. A terrific remodeling job.
The Owner wanted to remodel and agreed when we offered to make it a model unit for other condo owners. Surprisingly (at least for us) the job took 2 months, though in part due to the fact that The Master had other commitments. Anyway, the unit is the combination of good craftsmanship (no corners cut), good design, nice fixtures, and decorative … (0 comments)

jon zolsky: Condo-Hotel Studio 427. Fountain Beach Resort - 10/04/07 04:46 PM
Fountain Beach Resort was built in 1976, converted to condo-hotel in 1998-1999. This 149-room Condo-Hotel has undergone major renovation including replacement of the roof, repairing balconies, bringing 220 V electric to codes, remodeling the lobby and the whole first floor.
Close to all Daytona Beachside attractions, Main Street, Convention Center, Peabody Auditorium, Boardwalk, Waterpark, Ocean Walk Village...
The unit is on the South Side. Wide ocean vistas. Nicely tiled and furnished. Not on rental with the front desk, but rented by the owner. Very nice and light unit.
Amenities include outdoor mini golf, outdoor pool, Oasis Bar & Restaurant, Tiki Bar. Coin Laundry. … (0 comments)

jon zolsky: Studio Unit 615. Fountain Beach Resort - 10/04/07 02:00 PM

One of the best views in this resort from the 6th floor. South side unit in Fountain Beach Resort. Enjoy your panoramic views of the Ocean right from your bed or step to the balcony and watch dolphins play. Spend time in the pool, enjoy a walk on the beach, or sip cold beer at the Tiki Bar.
The resort  has gone through major renovations and is still in the process of getting better. New roof, balconies are done, new paint, new 220 electric. The lobby and the whole first floor have been remodeled.
Located in the heart of Daytona's beachside, walking distance away from … (0 comments)

jon zolsky: Oceanside Inn - 10/03/07 05:43 PM
Built in 1973 and completely remodeled in 2003. 4th condo-hotel developed by John Rainey, and so far his best. Used to be a 195-room Days Inn. Was shut down because of the unsafe balconies, and the owner, who ran it down to the ground, sold it to the developer cheap. Rainey had just completed conversion of Hawaiian Inn, the market got a little better, and he could afford to create a better quality property.
Major renovations were competed and the last units were sold just couple of months prior to Hurricane Charley, followed by Frances. G-d swiftly provided quality control, the … (0 comments)

jon zolsky: Fountain Beach Resort - 10/03/07 04:09 PM
Fountain Beach Resort was built in 1976 and converted to condo-hotel in 1998-1999. This 6-story 149-room resort features studios and 18 one bdr/2 bath units. Studios are practically same size - 385 sf plus 49 sf balcony, while one-bedroom units consist of two studios with the one door from the hallway blocked. Suites feature jetted tubs in the master bedroom, and majority of them have full kitchen. Studios have kitchenettes with underconter fridge, microwave and toaster oven.
The property, as many others, benefited greatly from the destruction of Hurricane Charley and the flood of water from Hurricane Frances. The windfall of insurance … (0 comments)

jon zolsky: Dare to be sexy? - 10/01/07 06:40 PM
Surfing through today's posts I ran into Bret Noel's blog about Sex and Real Estate. (
Imagine you are driving a highway and there is a billboard and a there's a real estate licensee posing in a Bikini. The author gives the lady the credit for the beautiful body, however, to my total disbelief, concludes that sex and real estate do not mix. What is even more surprising is that several comments second this opinion, with no dissenting voice. Am I missing something here?
You can't separate them. Sex is part of our daily life, and it is as alive in real estate as it is alive in any other … (15 comments)

jon zolsky: Happy marriage ... or a bitter divorce? - 09/30/07 08:08 AM
FSBOs are trying to change the rules of the game. With a famous 90/10 rule, a Seller has 10% chance of being really well represented by someone, who would deserve his/her commission with no questions asked. Sellers can't surf through agents in hope of finding this one and only, they are tied in a Listing agreement, and have to pay cancellation fees if they want out. Also, there is not clear instrument that would tell them when they are talkig to the best, or to the worst. They do not see it as a necessity to go through several to end up … (1 comments)

jon zolsky: Fighting for the customer. Are we losing the battle? - 09/29/07 11:05 PM
AR is addictive, and I am not the most organized person, so I am spending more than I can afford. But I am glued to it trying to see if guys out there figured where we are going. It bothers me, there is a lot of uncertainty, and hey, maybe someone has a crystal ball?
Unfortunately, the overall tone of the blogs is not that encouraging. We are sort of enthusiastically complaining. About the media, which causes people to be concerned, the FSBOs who have more and more chutzpa, and about tons of other things. The idea is that if we eliminated … (21 comments)

jon zolsky: Making a lot of money in Real Estate today? You bet you can... - 09/22/07 06:44 AM
John Paul Getty, a self made billionaire, was quoted that the way to become rich is to buy when everyone is selling, hold on to it, and sell when everyone is buying.
People, who follow his advice, do extremely well. The majority of us do the opposite. We wouldn't buy until every newpaper and every broadcast screams about the hot market, where everyone is making money. So, that's when we buy. However, it is too late, we paid too much, the market collapses... Now all newspapers and the news are full of apocaliptic predictions, we are scared, so we are selling. We are doing exactly the opposite … (1 comments)

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