The Volusia Real Estate Values Forum is an important educational resource and update on the changing valuations of residential and commercial properties within cities throughout Volusia County -- and the trends for real estate markets and development.
VCARD is looking for the next generation of responsible development… those up-and-coming development professionals that will be the future of our organization.
We invite you to join us at our next After Five Networking in Downtown DeLand and bring an NX|RD.
129 N Woodland Blvd, DeLand
5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
111 W Georgia Ave, DeLand
6:15 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
The Flagler Real Estate Values Forum is an important educational resource and update on the changing valuations of residential and commercial properties within cities throughout Flagler County -- and the trends for real estate markets and development.
Everyone likes to be liked. Find us on Facebook and give us that good ol’ thumbs up. Or simply follow us on LinkedIn. Get involved and stay connected with VCARD by viewing our events and activities. We might even get to tag you in a photo!
Throughout the year there are a variety of sponsorship opportunities for your business to market its services. And more importantly, show that you support responsible development. Download a list of sponsorships available here
There’s no better way to say I agree with responsible development than to become a member of VCARD. The benefits to you are engagement with a top notch association of development professionals, but the greater good is your financial support which enables the organization to continue its mission.
On behalf of the Volusia County Council, District 1 member Pat Patterson sent a letter to Central Florida Commuter Rail Commission (CFCRC) Chair asking for the SunRail Commission to add to their March 29 meeting agenda a discussion and vote on previously proposed amendments to the three commission organizational agreements due to the lack of federal funding to construct Phase 2 of SunRail to DeLand.
New Smyrna Beach is hosting a yearlong series of citizen-led monthly workshops to discuss various issues unique to coastal communities. New Smyrna Beach hopes to promote public engagement in the development of priorities, policies, and strategies to improve city planning and define new policies.
The Tomoka Town Center Planned District (PD) Agreement was approved by the City Commission on February 15, 2017. Now, an applicant is requesting approval of a major site plan to develop within the Tomoka Town Center PD Agreement. The proposal includes eight multifamily buildings, a clubhouse, a dog park, ten six-car garages, and a pool with a pavilion, with a total proposed building square footage of 104,153 square feet. Review scheduled for Feb. 22nd.