New Construction

Kings Landing:  Newest real estate home development in Port Orange boasting full 1 acre and 1/2 acre ESTATE lots and homes for sale. Pick your own builder!! Build your dream home, complete with separate oversize garage, swimming pool, and privacy fencing if you desire. 

Hawks Preserve: Port Orange Community by D.R. Horton; America's Builder. 
Offering an endless variety of activities in a Preserve setting; from fishing along the Indian River, trail walking, playgrounds or just relaxing in a natural outdoor setting.


West Port: Affordable Community built by Jones Homes USA. Providing exceptional value with luxurious included features that are usually options in other homes. From $230’s to $300’s. Floor plans range from 3 bedrooms to 6 bedrooms at 1945 sq ft to 3239 sq ft.

Woodhaven: Gated Community in Port Orange comprised of town-homes and single-family homes from the mid $200's. Ranging from just over 1,500 sqft, to larger single-family homes over 2,900 sqft.

Browns Landing: Prestigious, Gated Port Orange Community by ICI Homes builder. Homes range from just over 2,500 sq ft,to larger luxury estate homes over 4,000 sq ft.

Aruba: Daytona Beach Shores Oceanfront Condominium offering 60 Oceanfront and 24 Ocean-view units ranging from the $400's to $600's. Three and Four Bedroom options from 1400 sq ft - 1800 sq ft.

Margaritaville: 55+ Active lifestyle Daytona Beach Community starting in the mid $200's with a planned band-shell for live entertainment & Private Beach Club. Floor plans range from just over 1500 sq ft to 2500 sq ft.

Mosaic: New housing development in Daytona Beach by ICI Homes builder. Offering a close-knit lifestyle for the young and the young at heart. has an abundance of social spaces and features a collection of carefree, open, energy efficient "SMART" homes.

Ormond Renaissance: 55+ Condominium in Ormond Beach is for luxury style living. Resort style amenities. Two or three bedroom from 1228 sq ft to just over 1500 sq ft floor plans.

Venetian Bay: Pristine Golf Course Community in New Smyrna Beach with various builders. Offering homes as low as $100’s to upwards over $1 mil. An active lifestyle community for all ages.

Coastal Woods: Hottest New Community in New Smyrna Beach by D.R. Horton; America’s Builder. Providing nine floor plans ranging from low to high $200’s. Offering beach town living at a phenomenal value.

Liberty Village: Gated Community in New Smyrna Beach. Bring your own Builder. Private enclave of 40 luxury estate residences on 1-3 acre home sites with 11-acre Natural Conservation area.

Top Reasons to use Cindy & Kelly on New Construction Homes:

* Negotiating extras: Want upgraded counters or appliances in that new home? Your agent can help you with all those extra perks, amenities, and upgrades. “We can often negotiate with the builder on things like paint color or even the style of garage door, especially if the housing development is in the beginning stages,” Walgrave says.

* Recommending financing: A builder typically will have a “preferred” lender that it will try to steer you to, but your real estate agent can help make sure that you’re getting the mortgage that works best for your situation. Shopping around is always wise, and you don’t want the builder’s agent pressuring you into using their suggested professional unless it’s right for you.

* Overseeing a home inspection: Tempted to forgo a home inspection in new construction? Don’t do it, advises Welsh. “The number and severity of new-home defects often rival resale home problems,” he says.The builder’s agent is unlikely to push for or offer up an inspection, so it's up to you and your real estate agent to make it happen.

It's a good idea to have your real estate agent accompany you on your first visit to the new construction. Why? Because the builder (aka the seller) will be responsible for paying the commission, and needs to know if you'll have a real estate agent representing you. So bringing your agent to the first visit will make it clear that the builder's agent will be on the hook for paying commission. Some builders might even refuse to pay your agent a commission if you don’t register the agent the first time you visit the home on a new construction site.