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Robin Crim joins Adams, Cameron & Co.


Adams, Cameron & Co., Realtors is pleased to recently welcome Robin Crim to its thriving team of agents in the West Volusia area. Robin joined the company in April with her husband, Kevin, to make up Team Crim.

Robin believes in working hard for her customers and knows that communication is a big part of that. She likes to stay busy. Robin is a retired schoolteacher from Kansas and currently works as an ESE teacher in Volusia County. She is a lifelong learner and always striving to know more. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and Elementary Education, and even furthered her education with a Masters in Special Education and a Masters in Administration.

Robin and Kevin appreciate the Florida lifestyle and long to share it with others through real estate. We are delighted to have them on the team and look forward to Team Crim’s success.

Founded in 1963, Adams, Cameron & Co. is the largest real estate company in the combined Volusia and Flagler Counties with over 300 agents. Celebrating 59 years, Adams, Cameron & Co. is pleased to support the area’s residential and commercial real estate needs by bringing the most resources available with a pleasant family-run atmosphere. More information is available

For more information, contact:
John Adams
Office: 386-253-8044
Fax: 386-253-8944

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4th of July Spectacular!

Magic Show in the Kids Zone- 6:00PM Corn Hole Tournament behind Lakeside- 7:00PM Pie Bake off at Lakeside Concession Stands- 8:00PM

4th of July Spectacular!

Monday, July 4, 2022

The Parks and Recreation Department wants to celebrate Independence Day with you, your family, and your friends! Come to City Center Park from 5:30- 9:00PM to enjoy the live band Chrome 57', check out our food court where you will be able to choose between over 15 different food trucks, grab your partner and compete in the Corn Hole Tournament, walk through the classic car show, play on the inflatables, pet some animals at Noah's Landing Petting Zoo, get a self portrait or balloon animals at the Kids Zone, and SO MUCH MORE! Fire works will be set off at exactly 9:00PM. This is an event you do not want to miss.

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1 in 4 Sellers Cutting Price as Market Cools

Altos Research: Rising rates and economic shifts have slowed down super-eager buyers as the market shifts to “much more normal conditions.”Condominium,Interesting Stories,Millenials,New Smyrna Beach,Your Local Realtor,Ormond Beach,55+,Flagler County,Adams Cameron,DeLand,Deltona,Port Orange,West Volusia,Ponce Inlet,Daytona Beach Shores,Buying,Beach Front Living,First Time Home Buyers,Daytona Beach

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Use a Reverse Mortgage to Pay for Long-Term Care?

A reverse mortgage allows older adults to tap into home equity yet still live in the home. For unexpected health care expenses, it might be a good idea – or maybe not.Condominium,Interesting Stories,New Smyrna Beach,Your Local Realtor,Ormond Beach,55+,Palm Coast,Adams Cameron,DeLand,Deltona,Port Orange,West Volusia,Flagler Beach,Ponce Inlet,Daytona Beach Shores,Mortgage,Beach Front Living,Seniors,Daytona Beach

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Magazine-worthy million-dollar home is between river and ocean


This million-dollar estate that was totally rebuilt in 2002 is ideally situated on one of Daytona Beach’s best cul-de-sacs leading to the Halifax River.

This million-dollar estate was carefully planned and situated to create an ideal Florida paradise on one of Daytona Beach’s best cul-de-sacs leading to the Halifax River.

“From my experience, when you walk in most listings you feel like you are in a house, but this particular house makes you feel like you are home.” said Realtor Dan Harshaw. “It is truly Southern living at its best with a design that creates places for relaxation, privacy, living and entertaining.”

Encapsulated in John Hardie concrete siding for low maintenance and no worry of wood rot, this spacious four-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath home features 10-foot ceilings, an open-floor plan and custom elements that “flow smoothly and emphasize the traditional Florida lifestyle without feeling like the typical ‘model home’ we see so much of,’’ said Harshaw, of Adams, Cameron & Co. Realtors.

“As you enter the great room and gaze into the open pool and outdoor fireplace, your senses immediately cause any stress or tension to retreat,’’ he added. “And the beauty of using earth tones connects you with the surroundings.

The elegant open kitchen is well equipped with stainless-steel appliances, real-wood cabinets, granite countertops and designer lighting, hanging above the spacious center island with a breakfast bar. It also has French doors that open to the screen porch for grilling and gathering, adding to the indoor-outdoor dining experience. Another set of double French doors opens to a covered patio, overlooking the “picture-postcard” backyard with saltwater pool, spa and outdoor fireplace.

There’s a separate den and office on the main floor that can be used for those that work from home or need that extra TV room, while the upstairs holds the laundry room and the four large bedrooms — all with enormous closets.

“Do not overlook the enormous closets in every bedroom and on the stair landing,” explained Harshaw. “You will not be lacking any storage here.”

Plus, there’s an exercise room over the garage that can be a fifth bedroom, office, man cave, she space, kid’s getaway or just more storage,’’ he added.

The giant 25-foot-by-29-foot garage has enough room for car, truck, boat or RV parking.

“That’s 725 square feet for parking your toys,’’ said Harshaw. “Just as an example, the owner kept his 21-foot boat in there with no problem.”

There’s also an immense driveway that was created to accommodate six more vehicles.

“If you’re searching for that perfect Southern lifestyle, this is your answer,’’ Harshaw exclaimed. “This beauty has been loved and cared for over the years, and my feeling is that it has many, many more years of good energy to give.”

2 Hickory Lane, Daytona Beach


LOT SIZE: 99 feet by 138 feet


BATHROOMS: 2 full, 1 half



PRICE: $1,099,000

CONTACT: Dan Harshaw, Adams, Cameron & Co. Realtors, 386-295-3719

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RE Q&A: Does Right of Survivorship Require Probate?

There are three types of ownership that pass property upon death, but only one usually requires probate – and it’s not “joint tenants with right of survivorship.”Interesting Stories,Millenials,New Smyrna Beach,Ormond Beach,55+,Flagler County,Palm Coast,Adams Cameron,DeLand,Deltona,Port Orange,West Volusia,Flagler Beach,Ponce Inlet,Daytona Beach Shores,Beach Front Living,First Time Home Buyers,Daytona Beach

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Rainy Days Best for Home Showings?

A house can feel more like a home when it’s raining outside, but it’s also the best time to check for roof leaks, note outside drainage issues and detect any odor from mold.Ormond Mainstreet,Millenials,Your Local Realtor,Ormond Beach,55+,Flagler County,Palm Coast,Adams Cameron,DeLand,Deltona,Panel,West Volusia,Flagler Beach,Daytona Beach Shores,Buying,Beach Front Living,First Time Home Buyers,Daytona Beach,Vero Beach

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July 4th Veterans Parade on Main Street

Daytona Beach July 4th Veterans Parade on Main Street

There will be a Fourth of July Veterans Parade, beginning at 10 a.m. Monday, July 4, on Main Street in Daytona Beach. This is the event’s second year. The parade will pay tribute to veterans and first responders. Organized by the Marine Corps League Daytona, the parade’s lineup will feature nearly 30 local military organizations, as well as combat veterans, and the city’s police and fire departments.

The parade will begin on Main Street at Atlantic Avenue and travel west on Main Street to the base of the Main Street Bridge. The public can view the parade from the sidewalks along Main Street.

Interested veteran organizations, youth groups and bands wanting to participate in the parade, should contact Rolf Mattar at or Daytona Beach Zone 4 Commissioner Stacy Cantu at

In addition to the parade, there will be a special July 4th Veterans Ceremony beginning at 9 a.m. by the Clock Tower between the Boardwalk and the Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort at 100 N. Atlantic Ave. that will be presented by the Marine Corps League Daytona and is sponsored by the city.

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