VA Loan Approved Condos in Daytona Beach Shores, Ormond Beach and New Smyrna Beach
The VA-Approved Condo List was recently updated with new options! Also, we have a United States Marine Corps Veteran on our team ready to assist with your Veteran related real estate needs. Call (386) 527-8577 with any questions.
Florida has one of the largest populations of United States veterans in the country, and we help many veterans with the purchase of Daytona Beach area properties. While veterans often use their VA guaranteed home loan for single-family residences, there are opportunities to use a VA loan for the purchase of condominiums as well. Gaining VA approval for condo buildings can sometimes be difficult, but we know the current VA-approved condo buildings and are very familiar with closing sales in these buildings. We have helped many veterans that bought riverfront Halifax Landing condos and look forward to assisting your condo search. Below you will find Daytona Beach area condo buildings which are currently approved for VA home loan use.
Aliki - An oceanfront building with large balconies and nice community amenities
Admiralty Club - This is a convenient and affordable riverfront building that is just steps from the beach.
Horizons - This oceanfront condo option has two and three bedroom units and is 20 stories tall.
Halifax Landing - A riverfront condo building built in 2008 with many beautiful amenities
Towers Ten - Oceanfront condos with lenient pet policies and an idyllic location
Towers Four - Possibly the only VA condo loan option in Ponce Inlet, this building is oceanfront and private on a traffic-free beach.
Ocean Walk New Smyrna Beach - Across the street from the beach in one of the most charming cities in Central Florida
Oceans Grand - Built in 2006, this condo can provide panoramic views of ocean and river.
Call us at (386) 527-8577 to learn more about these condo buildings or about completing a VA home loan for your next Daytona Beach real estate purchase. Thank you for your service!
*VA approved condo buildings are subject to change.