||Not many people can boast the fact that
their ancestors were here before Montana was a state, that their great grandparents
were married when Montana was still a territory and saw the golden spike driven in
the railroad that joined the northern and southern lines, but Diane can. She is a
fourth generation Montanan who has lived in the Gallatin Valley all of her life.
|Diane has received many awards as
a real estate professional and is committed to helping families and investors
buy or sell their properties. Diane is a broker, a member of multiple listing
service (MLS), an Accredited Buyer Representative (ABR), Graduate of
the RealtorŪ Institute (GRI), and a Short Sale and Foreclosure Resource (SFR).
|Diane purchased part-ownership in
Keller Williams Realty in May of 2002 and enjoys having a voice in the direction
of the company. She thinks the people and attitude at KW are great! Diane has
received many awards, including the Century 21 $2 Million Award in 1999, the Century
21 $3 Million Award in 2000, the KW bronze medallion in 2001, 2002, 2003, 2007,
and 2008, the KW silver medallion in 2005, and the KW gold medallion in 2004 and
2006. Diane also received her GRI designation in 2008. Diane has prior experience
in research at the Fish, Wildlife and Parks Research Division and in archaeological
excavation site report preparation for the Curator of Archaeology at the Museum
of the Rockies. She worked at Montana State University in various departments for
25 years (in Sociology for 19) before starting Mountain High Espresso (a specialty
coffee hut), which she owned for several years. Diane believes in giving back to
the community, and she is involved in Bowl for Kids Sake to benefit Big
Brothers & Sisters and the diabetes local drives. She was also involved in the
Gallatin Association of Realtors Education Committee, serving as the chairwoman
for the SALES (Sharing, Analyzing, Listening and Encouraging Sessions) group
since 2001. Diane currently is a business member of the Museum of the Rockies.
She also organized much of the training at KW in Bozeman, and has helped build
Habitat for Humanity homes for the last 3 years. This year (2009) she was a volunteer
for The Special Olympics helping individuals achieve their goals.
|Diane is an accomplished Realtor
in the Gallatin Valley having lived in Bozeman for many years, and now in Three
Forks where she grew to adulthood and then moved to Bozeman to attend college.
Since moving back to Three Forks she is getting reacquainted with old friends,
classmates and family friends. She has received many listings and sales due to
referrals and people knowing her name and reputation in the Three Forks area.
She is prominent, respected, successful, and someone area Realtors prefer to
work with. She is honest, sincere, hardworking and thoroughly skilled in all your
real estate needs.
|Whether you are interested in
a home, vacant land or commercial property please give Diane a call and talk
to her about Montana, Bozeman, and your relocation needs. Let Diane put her
real estate experience and extensive knowledge of Bozeman and the Gallatin
Valley to work for you.