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Top Reasons to Live in Daytona Beach, FL

  • Daytona Beach, Florida, sits about 50 miles from Orlando and 90 miles from Jacksonville in Volusia County. The city, which is home to more than 61,000 people, is part of the Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach metro area. It's also the largest city on Florida's Fun Coast. Known for its beaches and excellent motorsports, this area is the ideal place to rent to own when you want to enjoy the sun and the sand every day. You can rent homes here affordably while having the opportunity to live in a top tourism destination.

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  • Housing Statistics The median sale price of a home in Daytona Beach for the second quarter of 2013 is $82,250, with over 400 sales occurring so far during this period. The average listing price of a home in the area, as of August 2013, sits at $216,832. For individuals interested in rental homes, consider that the annual residential turnover here is 18 percent, and the median years in residence for Daytona Beach is two.
  • Local Events and Festivals When it comes to events and festivals, motorsports dominate the scene. The Daytona 500, otherwise known as "The Great American Race," is the final event of Speedweeks, a racing extravaganza that takes place every year during January and February. If you're more interested in two-wheeled vehicles, Daytona Beach has that covered, as well, with Bike Week every March and Biketoberfest every October.
  • Nightlife Daytona Beach's downtown area and beachfront tends to be the best place for nightlife in the city. Check out the Streamline Hotel, where there's an amateur dance contest every Saturday night, as well as a more low-key rooftop bar. If after a day in the sun, you're looking to relax, head over to Robbie O'Connells Pub, where you can play a few games of darts and shuffleboard.
  • Neighborhoods As you consider your rent to own options in Daytona Beach, you need to decide whether or not you want to live on the water or if you want to live further inland, where there may be less tourists and it may be less crowded. Here are some of the more popular neighborhoods in Daytona Beach: