Charles Rutenberg Realty

DANS MAGAZINE SHOOTDanyetta Tavares, a realtor of the past 10 years considers practicing Real Estate her second passion, with the first being a wife of many years to Dean Tavares and the mom of 4 grown sons Tareck, Tarell, Tyler Johnathan and Torrance Tavares. Danyetta credits her success in the industry to a strong work ethic, a teachable heart, and a desire to serve.

I consider it the highest compliment when a client, friend or family member trusts me with their referral business. I start the transaction as an agent and most of the time, end as a family member. I realize the importance of treating each client and individual situation on a case by case basis. I was raised by my grandmother, Mae Ruth Elder, who instilled in me the “Golden Rule” which is do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Therefore, it is important to me to handle clients files as I would handle my own.

I have learned a resilient spirit and have a survivor’s heart. Success has not been handed to me easily, but rather I continue to learn “To whom much is given much is required.” Many years of medical challenges have plagued my children but have made me a better person, both personally as well as professionally. All of my challenges have taught me empathy, strength and have encouraged me to prevail through a strong sense of faith, part of which I attribute to my membership at Golden Star #49 of Winter Park, which is part of the Order Of Eastern Stars. It is here that I am able to express and act on my belief in community service, selflessness and sisterhood.

The importance of community service carries over in to several volunteer positions at the Orlando Regional Realtor Association. Currently serving on the Board of Dictors, YPN Advisory Council, Business Professional Development having previously served on the membership committee, I have gained a wealth of knowledge and am proud to serve along side my fellow Realtors. I take it very seriously that in most cases, we are entrusted with our buyer’s or seller’s most prized possession most valuable asset. I look forward to continuing to grow in my career as well as professionally. I always joke with friends that I love Real Estate so much I would like to buried with my Real Estate license, as I have heard in heaven there are many mansions and I might have to sell one.

I have been gifted with great friends, Lorna Donaldson and Deena Anderson to name two who have been a sounding board, voice of reason, and a shoulder when needed. Part of my support team is my confidant and brother, Howard Joseph Payton, who has endured many a venting session.

Servicing buyers, sellers, rentals as well as land, I most enjoy helping sellers in distressed situations and being able to turn it around and provide some peace of mind and relief in a time needed most. Most come to me scared, unsure, sometimes not knowledgeable about the process.

I have gained more in my Real Estate career than I have given. It is an absolute honor to represent clients of all walks of life and to treat them all the same. The positives as well as the negatives have made me who I am and I would not change a thing. I remain humbled to be fortunate enough to do what I love every day. The profession really is for the person that has a servant’s heart and loves people.

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