Dianne began her real estate career in California’s Bay Area with Coldwell Banker. Previously, she managed a community of over 300 residences in a new construction development; her experience with contractors, blueprints and structural issues continues to assist current real estate clients.
After years of visiting family in Durango, she made the dream of living here a reality.
Dianne has an extensive background with the Horses for Handicapped program first through years of volunteering, then after attending the University of Florida, returning to the program as a member of the board of directors, and ultimately a Program Director. Using her expertise in equine studies and kinesiology she became a Special Olympics coach. This equine experience refined her attention to detail, and ability to facilitate transactions smoothly between multiple parties.
Having a mother who was a teacher and a father who founded and operated a family-owned business in Tampa, Florida, Dianne was raised in an environment focused on research, knowledge and education; the more you know, the better equipped you are to make sound decisions. Participating in a family business has instilled in her a sense of integrity, trust and honesty, community, and a willingness to go the extra mile. Her professional commitment is to do the absolute best for both her buyers and sellers through data comparison between the clients’ needs and available options.
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