Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Marina Grande on the Halifax 

Luxury Condos on the Halifax River

Photo taken from the East side looking West.

You can live here from the mid $200,000 range for a 2 Bdr.
Dulce Monahan, Realtor 386-852-9420

Saturday, October 13, 2018

To have this gorgeous sunset at your disposal 7 days a week you have to call me!
Dulce Monahan, Realtor

The Greater Daytona Beach Area is absolutely the best place to live, work and play.
For the best priced homes and condos call me direct at 386-852-9420
Dulce Monahan, Realtor
17 years of bringing buyers and sellers together.

Saturday, October 6, 2018

Life is short.  Eat dessert first and buy that house or condo at the beach.

Dulce Monahan, Realtor  386-852-9420 17 years of experience!!!
Adams Cameron & Co Realtors


3 Rules on Downsizing for Retirement

Suze Orman's advice for making more money by spending less

Mature couple selling large house to downsize

En espaƱol | As you near retirement, continuing to save in your workplace retirement plan or a Roth IRA can be a smart move. But what often gets overlooked is the incredible value of reducing your spending before you retire.
The less you spend today, the less you will need to support yourself tomorrow. And reducing your spending today could free up some valuable dollars you can put to great use by paying down credit card debt, accelerating your mortgage payments and buying a long-term care insurance policy.
Here are my three rules for making more of your money by spending less.

1. Live below your means but within your needs

What exactly do I mean by that? Spend what you need, not what you can afford. For instance, you may need a car. And you will likely need a car loan. That’s fine, though I recommend that you never take out a car loan for longer than three years. Let’s say you can afford a $500-a-month payment over three years for a car you want, but you could instead spend $300 a month over that same period to buy a car that meets your needs. In that case, buy the car with the $300 monthly payment. Then drive the car as long as possible so you can have years when you make no payments.

2. Test your spending: Is this a need or a want?

Every time you’re about to make a purchase, ask yourself: Is this a need or a want? What is a want? A want is eating out at a restaurant. A need is buying food at a grocery store. A want is a lakeside getaway for a week. A need is buying medicine at the pharmacy. You get the idea. If it’s a want, just walk away. If it’s a need, then buy it. Try this for six months and you’ll be shocked at how easy it is and how much money you’ll save.

3. Get as much pleasure out of saving as you do out of spending

In the way you get pleasure from buying a new piece of clothing, a new car or whatever, the same should be true when you save money. It’s really that simple, my friends. Saving money is not an act of denying yourself. It’s the means by which you can bring more confidence and calm into your life, because you’re not overextended. Celebrate your savings. 

Friday, October 5, 2018

Life in Ormond Beach, Fl.

Just finished my work of bringing buyers and sellers together and now it's beach time.
You should live here. Life truly is better at the beach!!!
Dulce Monahan, Realtor 386-852-9420

Friday, September 28, 2018

 Direct Intra-coastal home site in the very heart of town for just $289,900. This property is ready for your new home with 50' of river frontage and an incredible 360' of depth giving options for a long lawn or meandering patios that could lead to a new dock or pool. Build your home high on the bluff which will allow for commanding views of the Halifax River. Just a few blocks to the Atlantic Ocean and The World's Most Famous Beach. ***Fantastic Value***

Contact Dulce Monahan, Realtor   386-852-9420

Adams Cameron & Co Realtors