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1134 W. Granada Blvd.
Ormond Beach, FL 32174
Cell: 3868529174
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Kandi Schromm Sells Real Estate - Daytona, Volusia & Flagler Counties!

 Kandi Schromm


Welcome to your source for Daytona Beach, Ormond Beach, Holly Hill, Port Orange, Ponce Inlet, Daytona Beach Shores, South Daytona, New Smyrna Beach, Palm Coast and all of Volusia/Flagler County real estate. If you own real estate in Volusia or Flagler county that you're thinking of selling, I would be happy to provide you with a FREE Comprehensive Home Evaluation.

In today's competitive real estate market, timing is everything. Many of the best priced homes are sold before they are ever advertised. Beat other homebuyers to the hottest homes for sale in the greater Daytona Beach Real Estate Market with my New Listing Notifier.   Emails right to your inbox with news of new listings and price changes on homes that suit your needs, whether they are for foreclosures, bank owned properties, short sales, new homes or resale homes.

Whether you are buying or selling a home, hire someone like me who wants to earn your business. I invite you to contact me anytime as I'd be happy to assist you with this important transaction.

In addition, if you have any general questions about buying or selling real estate in Florida or around the country, please contact me as I'm more than willing to help.

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Kandi Schromm, Realtor


RE/MAX Signature
1134 W. Granada Blvd., Ste. 200
Ormond Beach, FL  32174

Call today- Sell Phone: 386-852-9174
                  Office Phone:386-236-0760


Voted Best Realtor

2012, 2013, 2014 & 2015 &

2016 & 2017 & 2018

in Daytona Beach News Journal

& Hometown News.2012 & 2013 & 2014 & 2015, 2016 & 2017 & 2018 Best Realtor - Kandi Schromm


Real Estate News You Can Use


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10/16/2020 4:10:05 AM

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10/16/2020 3:10:21 AM

For some reason, a newly elected board member hasn’t show up for meetings. What does Fla. law say about removing an elected board member from office?

10/16/2020 3:10:06 AM

You once held classes for new homebuyers? Take it online. Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, YouTube and Twitter all have a livestream option.

10/15/2020 4:10:37 AM

NAHB says lumber costs 170% more than it did in mid-April, and the average cost of construction has risen so much that 2.1M buyers can no longer afford a new home.

10/15/2020 4:10:22 AM

A condo board received a request for two emotional support animals, though their rules limit dogs to one per unit. What must they allow?

10/15/2020 3:10:20 AM

The economic forecast from ULI is somber for the rest of 2020 but grows optimistic during the next three years for most commercial sectors.

10/15/2020 3:10:40 AM

The pandemic sparked a general moving trend from cities to suburbs, but a study found the big hit was felt in truly dense metros, such as New York City and San Francisco. In less dense cities such as Phoenix and Charlotte, S.C., fewer people are trying to get out of town.

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