How to Subdivide a Property


Subdividing a plot of land can be an enormous headache without good planning and some excellent advice. With an experienced real estate broker and an attorney at your side, it is possible to navigate the process with relative ease.

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Last two rural areas in Seminole County

Seminole County Today

Seminole County is located just northeast of Orlando and is home to approximately 455,000 residents. Interstate 4 runs in a north-south direction through the western region of the county, and this Interstate connects Orlando with Daytona Beach. Because of the location of this busy road, the western region of the county is heavily populated and well-developed. In fact, in this area, you will find cities like Sanford, Altamonte Springs, Longwood and Lake Mary. The eastern region of the county is notably rather rural, but this may soon change. Rapid development from the Interstate and the Orlando metro area is creeping eastward and is threatening to take over the last two rural areas in the county. These areas are in high demand making rural living on the rise as well.

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5 Reasons Rural Living is on the Rise

Are You Seeking Greener Pastures?

Although the overall percentage of Americans living in rural areas is declining as urban and suburban regions grow, real estate figures show the rural population increasing across Central Florida including Seminole County. At Waypointe Realty we are experiencing this migration first hand and are finding that we are having a hard time finding enough rural properties for our clients. We are seeing a mix of young home buyers looking to buy their first homes and middle aged couples looking to get out of the of city. Whether you are looking for lakefront acreage or a working farm, we will show you why more and more Seminole County residents are moving to the country.