New Smyrna Beach Acreage Homes

Have you been looking for acreage in Florida?  New Smyrna Beach has some outstanding opportunities for buyers looking to purchase acreage and live close to the beach.

Here are 50 homes with at least 2.5 acres in New Smyrna Beach and the surrounding areas:  CLICK HERE

Here is vacant land with at least 2.5 acres in New Smyrna Beach and the surrounding areas:  CLICK HERE

We are seeing a common thread in buyers that are recognizing the highest and best quality properties as irreplaceable and those that are priced at fair market value are receiving the majority of the activity.  However, the homes and land with substantial challenges or properties that are perceived as being overpriced are not garnering much attention.

How long will it take to sell my home in New Smyrna Beach FL?

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New Smyrna Beach Realtor

One of the first questions that sellers typically ask me is “How long will it take for my home to sell?”  This is not a simple question to answer.  There are many factors that go into selling your property.  Homes can sell the week they are listed and others take longer for that right buyer to come along.  Consider the following elements below when estimating how long it will take to sell your New Smyrna Beach home.

1. The Market –  

The most significant factor impacting the length of time it will take for your home to sell is the current condition of the housing market.  If the housing market is strong, your home will sell more quickly than when the housing market is performing poorly.  The good news is, the housing market in New Smyrna Beach is performing well as our inventory is low and demand is high in our city.

2. Interest Rates – 

Interest rates fluctuate daily.  When interest rates are high, buyers will be more hesitant to apply for a new loan.  When they are low, buyers are more likely to shop for a new house and apply for a mortgage.  Buyers can spend more on a home when interest rates are low.  This may bring additional buyers into the price range of your home.

3. Competition – 

Your home may take longer to sell if there is lots of competition in your neighborhood.  For example, if a buyer has made up their mind to buy a home under $275,000 in Venetian Bay and your home is one of three listed in that price range in Venetian Bay, buyers will more than likely consider your home.  However, if there are many homes in the same price range with similar features and amenities, buyers may not be as interested in your home.

4. Marketing – 

If buyers are not aware that your home is on the market, they will not come look at your home.  To sell your home quickly, it must be marketed effectively.  To be sure that your home has the best exposure, you need to find a New Smyrna Beach Realtor that is an expert on this area and who will invest their own money to advertise your property to the right buyers.

Visit my website at http://www.sarahcaudill.com to learn more about me and read my testimonials from buyers and sellers who have worked with me.  Contact me today to learn more about listing your home for sale.

History of New Smyrna Beach

Dr. Andrew Turnbull, a Scottish physician and friend of James Grant, recruited 1,300 settlers from Europe and brought them to New Smyrna in 1768 after receiving a grant of land from Britain.  Dr. Andrew Turnbull recruited these settlers mostly from Minorca, an island off of Spain but also recruited from Italy and Greece.  His efforts to establish a colony this large were the first of this magnitude in all of North America.  Dr. Turnbull’s plans were for these settlers to produce rum and grow indigo, hemp, cotton, rice, corn, and sugarcane.

The colony was unsuccessful in New Smyrna due to Indian raids, insect causing disease, and poor management by Turnbull.  About 600 survived this settlement attempt and left in 1777, for St. Augustine where they stayed.

In 1784, the Spanish took the East portion of Florida from the British until the United States in 1819, acquired the area from Spain.  In 1821, the United States established the Territory of Florida.

New Smyrna was incorporated in 1887, with a population of 150.  New Smyrna’s economy grew tremendously with Henry Flagler bringing the East Coast Railway in 1892.  Tourism, Citrus industry, and commercial fishing expanded within the area.

In the 1920’s there was a real estate boom in New Smyrna on and around Canal Street and Faulkner.  Today, we have about 800 buildings that remain from New Smyrna’s historic era. The city annexed the beachside community of Coronado beach in 1947 and the city was renamed to “New Smyrna Beach”.

Today New Smyrna Beach is a vibrant beach town that attracts tourists from all over the world and has just over 20,000 permanent residents.

New Smyrna Beach Municipal Marina www.sarahcaudill.com

New Smyrna Beach Municipal Marina http://www.sarahcaudill.com

New Smyrna Beach Historic Home

New Smyrna Beach Historic Home

New Smyrna Beach Historic Home along Riverside Drive

New Smyrna Beach Historic Home along Riverside Drive

Best Condo Community in New Smyrna Beach

New Smyrna Beach Minorca Condos | www.sarahcaudill.com

New Smyrna Beach Minorca Condos | http://www.sarahcaudill.com

Minorca is one of the best condo communities in the pristine beach town of New Smyrna Beach.  With the Atlantic Ocean on the East side of these condo buildings and the inter-coastal waterway to the West side, this community offers breath-taking sunrise and sunset views.  The Minorca community was built on 65 acres and is 15 miles south of Daytona Beach.  New Smyrna Beach is the closest beach town to Central Florida’s theme parks being only an hour from Orlando.  Adjacent to this fantastic community is the Smyrna Dunes Park that offers 220 acres of park with over four miles of boardwalk and walking trails.  The first of the 7 Minorca buildings were completed in 2002 and the last in 2006.  The property includes 310 condo homes.

Minorca offers an exclusive clubhouse complete with a full kitchen, bar, pool table, and entertainment area; a large heated pool and spa along with a fully equipped gym with a sauna; tennis courts; 24/7 staffed security gatehouse; Ponce De Leon River Pavilion; excellent on-site management staff; boat docks for rent or purchase; and fishing docks overlooking the New Smyrna Beach Coast Guard Station and Ponce Inlet Lighthouse.

Currently the lowest priced condo in this prestigious community is a second floor, 2 bedroom, 2 bath, 1,450sq ft unit listed at $347,000 and the highest priced condo is a seventh floor, 4 bedroom, 3 bath, 2,620 sq ft unit listed at $1,550,000.

Call your full-time Minorca resident and realtor today to tour this one of a kind community #386-295-8664! Or view the current Minorca condos For Sale by following this link: http://sarahcaudill.idxbroker.com/idx/results/listings?idxID=a096&pt=1&lp=0&ccz=city&per=10&srt=prd&a_complexName[]=Minorca

Visit New Smyrna Beach

Have you visited New Smyrna Beach yet?  If you haven’t, you are missing out.  New Smyrna Beach is 20 minutes south of Daytona Beach and 1 hour East of Orlando.  It is a small quaint beach town with nearly 23,000 people.  The average home price here is $185,000 and the average household income is $45,326.  The beaches are flat and perfect for biking and walking.  Sunrises along the beach are beautiful to watch and sunsets from the river are breathtaking.

New Smyrna Beach

New Smyrna Beach

New Smyrna Beach

New Smyrna Beach

New Smyrna Beach

New Smyrna Beach

New Smyrna Beach

New Smyrna Beach

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Excellent Places to Eat in New Smyrna Beach

Stitched Panorama

Outriggers Tiki Bar and Grill

Outrigger’s is one of the newest waterfront restaurants in New Smyrna.   Located on the North Causeway, it is worth your while to stop by for breakfast Sunday mornings, lunch or dinner any day of the week. Between 3pm and 6pm Monday through Fridays they have half price appetizers. I recommend the rigger bites appetizer, the island style fish sandwich with the paradise rice or the fish tacos, and do not forget to try the peanut butter chocolate pie for dessert. http://newsmyrnamarina.com/outriggers

Fish Taco Outrigger Pic

Fish Tacos

Outrigger's Desert Pic

Peanut Butter Chocolate Pie

Mac n Mondays

Mac n Mondays


The Breakers Restaurant

The Breakers Restaurant

Breakers is a great oceanfront restaurant on Flagler Ave to stop by for lunch and enjoy a hamburger while watching the waves and surfers. http://www.thebreakersnsb.com

Breaker's Hamburger

Breaker’s Hamburger


Atlantis Bistro

Atlantis Bistro

Atlantis Bistro on Flagler Avenue is a quaint Italian restaurant managed by the nicest owner.  Be sure to ask for the lasagna on Friday and Saturday evenings.  Great food and excellent service!!!

Atlantis Bistro Ravioli

Atlantis Bistro Ravioli

Pizza Bruschetta at Atlantis Bistro

Pizza Bruschetta at Atlantis Bistro

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