Diana is a licensed REALTOR whose passion for real estate and investing started decades before getting her license. She became a real estate investor in 1993 and possesses a deep understanding of the real estate industry, making her a trusted guide for both buyers and sellers throughout the entire transaction process.
Diana was recently featured in an article in MySA, showcasing her diverse talents and interests. Click here to read the article and a guest on the podcast Make Great Money as a Real Estate Agent. Click to listen to the podcast
In addition to her real estate background, Diana holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from Western Governors University and has since retired from her career in nursing. Her nursing service was dedicated to the White Mountain Apache tribe in Arizona, where she worked for Indian Health Services. Diana’s passion for helping people has seamlessly transitioned into her real estate career, where she finds immense satisfaction in assisting families with one of the most significant investments they’ll make. Her commitment to exceeding expectations is at the core of her approach.
Diana’s introduction to real estate and investment began at an early age under the guidance of her father, who was a seasoned investor and mentor. Although she was originally raised in New York until the age of 13, Diana has been a resident of Texas since 1978. Her service in the United States Air Force for six years reflects her commitment to serving her country and her passion for helping veterans understand their benefits.
Diana’s personal life is equally rich and fulfilling, as she has been happily married for 35 years and raised five children. She enjoys the company of her two grandchildren and three rescue dogs, Bones, Scout, and Kasper. Diana’s extensive background in real estate, combined with her dedication to community service and her family, makes her a well-rounded and caring professional in the industry.
Diana’s contributions and achievements extend beyond the world of real estate. She serves as the Historian for the American Legion Riders Post 179 and is a member of the Wilson County Women Warrior Vets, demonstrating her dedication to supporting veterans and their well-being. She also volunteers with Soldier’s Angels, furthering her commitment to giving back to the community.