5 Top Home Improvements for Best Returns

Prepping Your Home

When you are preparing to sell your house, you may have a single-minded focus on what you’re looking for in your next home. However, it may be crucial to pay attention to your current abode. A home improvement project or two may be just the thing to make certain that your current house sells quickly and at the right price.

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Difference between a Real Estate Agent and Realtor, Realtor, licensed real estate agent When it comes time for you to buy a house, you might want to enlist the help of a professional. Buying a house or business property is a big deal. Before you make that leap of commitment, though, there are a few clarifications that need to be made concerning the types of real estate professionals out there.
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Orlando the number two place nationwide to buy single family homes

Orlando: One of the Best Places to Buy a House

Orlando is so much more than theme parks. In fact, it is a wonderful place to live, and it seems like more and more people are discovering that. This is demonstrated by Orlando’s current spot as number two in the country for buying single family homes.
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The difference between assessed, appraised and market value

Real Estate Terminology

Anyone who has ever participated in the purchase or sale of real estate has heard terms like “assessed value,” “market value” and “appraised value.” To their surprise, none of these numbers corresponded with the others. The reason for these discrepancies springs from how each of these values is determined and the reasons for which they are used. Understanding these terms can make anyone more knowledgeable about the intricacies of real estate transactions and property taxes.

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Here at Waypointe Realty, we want to provide tips for sellers ready to sell their properties. As a result of having more buyers than inventory, we are in a seller’s market. What we typically see when a seller tries to sell their home without a real estate agent, is that they overprice their home.

When you overprice your home it can become stagnant in the market and we see a huge decline in visibility of the property and offers.

We’ve encountered sellers that have chosen to sell their home For Sale By Owner and see that something is just not working. Typically, it’s the price. Continue reading “3 Tips to Help Sellers Sell Their Home”

Tips on maximizing property value in a Niche Market

Oviedo, Florida (August 4, 2017) — Waypointe Realty has made a career out of selling homes in the niche market of those with more than an acre of land. With the hot real estate market that exists in Central Florida, sales are happening relatively quickly, but there are ways to maximize your property value before the sale is final.

“We specialize in the niche market of homes with larger lot sizes,” said Jenelle Ferrer, President of Waypointe Realty. Continue reading “How to Benefit in a Hot Real Estate Market With a 1+ Acre Property”

Eight Tips to Taking Advantage of Seller’s Real Estate Market

Waypointe Realty Offers Ways to Buy a Home at a Good Value During Hot Market

Oviedo, Florida (July 5, 2017) — Noting that Central Florida real estate market continues to be hot, Waypointe Realty says there are things every buyer should do to take advantage of this cycle.

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Register for Florida Homestead Tax Exemption


As a Florida resident, one of our perks as homeowners is being eligible for a Homestead Exemption on your home, condominium, co-op apartment, and certain mobile home lot if it qualifies.

The Florida Constitution provides this tax-saving exemption on the first and third $25,000 of the assessed value of an owner/occupied residence.

We’ll break this down for you.

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