Toledo, Holland, Sylvania, Whitehouse, Waterville, West Toledo, Heatherdowns, South Toledo Ohio Real Estate

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Heather Smith-LaPoint offers unparalleled service to ALL clients in the Toledo, Ohio real estate market. Your complete satisfaction with her service and representation is Heather's number one priority.

Heather Smith LaPoint can assist you in finding single family homes, townhomes, condos, investment property and new construction real estate in Toledo and the surrounding areas including Sylvania, Holland, Perrysburg, Maumee, Monclova, Ottawa Hills, Waterville, Whitehouse and so much more.

Whether you are considering buying a home, selling a home or both, Heather knows this area inside and out.  Don't miss out on what could be the best buying market the Toledo area has ever experienced!


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About Toledo Ohio

Named after Toledo, Spain, it is located on the western end of Lake Erie, on the Michigan border. It is the principal city in the Toledo Metropolitan Statistical Area. In the 2000 census, the city proper had a population of 313,619, fourth-largest in the state. According to the US Census, the metropolitan area had a population of 650,955, while the Combined Statistical Area had a population of 711,952. Residents of Toledo are usually referred to as Toledoans. Toledo is known as the Glass City because of its long history of innovation in all aspects of the glass industry: windows, bottles, windshields, construction materials, and glass art, of which the Toledo Museum of Art has a large collection. Several large glass companies have their origins here. Owens-Illinois, Owens Corning, Libbey Glass, Pilkington North America (formerly Libbey Owens Ford), and Therma-Tru have long been a staple of Toledo's economy. Other off-shoots and spinoffs of these companies also continue to play important roles in Toledo's economy. Fiberglass giant Johns Manville's two plants in the metro area were originally built by a subsidiary of Libbey Owens Ford. Many other companies that service the glass industry also began in Toledo, such as Toledo Engineering and Glasstech.

About Maumee, Ohio

The City of Maumee is located in Lucas County, Ohio, adjacent and to the south of Toledo. A transportation hub since its founding in the early nineteenth century, the city stretches for five miles along the north bank of the Maumee River.

Maumee lies 65 miles south of Detroit on I-75, 230 miles east of Chicago, 130 miles northwest of Columbus, and 110 miles west of Cleveland on I-80/90 (The Ohio Turnpike).

Toledo Express Airport is located just 10 miles from the Uptown Maumee area.  

Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport is located 60 miles from the Uptown Maumee area

About Perrysburg, Ohio

Whether you simply planning a visit, or considering making Perrysburg your home, the area has a lot to offer.

As a visitor you can leisurely stroll the historical downtown business district and find unique shops and eateries. And the Town Center at Levis Commons offers a mix of distinctive stores, entertainment, and restaurants. Close to the historical downtown is Fort Meigs, a fully restored fort which played a vital role in America's defense during the War of 1812.

If you are considering a relocation to Perrysburg, you’ll find the right mix of housing, shopping, entertainment, and a top-ranked school system.

About Sylvania, Ohio

You will find the City of Sylvania in Northwest Ohio, just west of Toledo, right up against the Michigan border. Several major highways will bring you into Sylvania, including U.S. 23 and I-75 from the north and south, and I-80/90 (the Ohio Turnpike) from the east and west.

Sylvania is widely regarded as one of the area’s choice residential communities. Living spaces here come in many styles and sizes, from country estates and gracious turn-of-the-century homes to contemporary condominiums, apartments and retirement facilities.

About Holland, Ohio

Holland , Ohio , located near the western area of Toledo, has strong community roots and booming businesses which began in the 1860s with a blacksmith shop, general store and hardware store.

Holland was named in 1867 and incorporated in 1923. Holland also has a rich history in railroads and plans to open historical rail park soon.

Strawberry Acres Park has a basketball/tennis court, ball diamond, walking trail and shelter houses including the Max Albon Lodge, which has two fireplaces and is available for rental from May to September. For more information please contact the Village of Holland offices at 419-865-7104.

In 1938, this park hosted the first Strawberry Festival, which is now held every June in Homecoming Park. This event features a parade, amusement rides and, of course, strawberry edibles including desserts. For more information call 419-865-1859.


Home Sellers

We can help home sellers understand buyer expectations and establish realistic pricing for your home under the current market conditions.

Our goal is to leverage our knowledge and experience to help you get the best price the market will support while still selling your home in a reasonable period of time.

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Home Buyers

For home buyers, our knowledge of the Toledo, Holland, Sylvania, Whitehouse, Waterville, West Toledo, Heatherdowns, South Toledo Ohio real estate market is second to none. We know the neighborhoods, the current market conditions, and the opportunities for buyers in today’s market. Our buyer specialists are committed to helping you find the home you want at the best possible price.

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Finding your dream home or finding a buyer is only part of the challenge of a successful transaction. There are many details that need to be managed through closing, and Heather Smith LaPoint brings the depth and breadth of skills and experience required to ensure your transactions go smoothly. Our commitment is to provide you the quality of service and communication you desire and deserve.

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