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159 W Granda Blvd , Ormond Beach - FL 32174

About Keith Ginsburg

With his sights focused specifically on the Condominium Real Estate Market throughout Ormond and Daytona Beach, Keith Ginsburg is quickly becoming the “go to” guy when buying or selling a Condominium. Keith has over 10 years’ experience as a Certified CAM (Community Association Manager) in this area. His extensive insider knowledge and experience in every aspect of Condominiums has proven to be a real asset when representing Buyers and Sellers of Condos.

Keith easily relates to his clients, becoming fast friends as his commitment to client satisfaction shines through. His Buyers get the Best Value and his Sellers the highest amount, so whether you are selling a condominium in the area or thinking of moving up to the Wonderful Florida Condo Lifestyle, Keith will make it all an easy and pleasant experience.

With old school integrity and hard work, you can expect Keith to provide unparalleled service at every turn, before and after the transaction. A local resident for over 20 years, Keith enjoys the many amenities and beauty that our area offers and is thankful to God for his many blessings, especially his wife Gina and their two children, Jared and Hannah. It is Keith's goal as a realtor, specializing in condominiums, to assist you when you're ready to list and sell your unit. You can rest assured that his professionalism will help find just the right buyer for you at the best possible price!

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