With top-tier industry certifications and an extensive experience navigating different housing market conditions, Diana Renfroe knows how to help buyers and sellers navigate the Northern Nevada real estate market deftly.
A Broker-Salesperson at the Caughlin Ranch office, Diana demonstrates Dickson Realty’s commitment to creating extraordinary experiences for clients and community members in Northern Nevada. In 2020, she sold 51.5 housing units and about $43.3 million in residential volume production. In the face of a challenging year, Diana’s personal to professional accomplishments have been nothing short of spectacular. She showcased an incredible amount of perseverance to serve the community through her expertise and experience.
At Dickson Realty, we’re honored to have a team of more than 300 hardworking and talented professionals helping us achieve our mission of becoming the region’s best. That’s why we’re asking our top performers to share some of their experiences and insights, thoughts on the future, and tips for helping us grow stronger together.
Diana Renfroe Talks About How To Serve The Community At Large
What drives you to achieve excellence?
Helping my clients navigate through the buying process drives me to achieve excellence. A real estate transaction can be a very stressful time, and it requires making some big decisions. I challenge myself to make it as easy as possible for buyers and sellers.
What do you love about working with Dickson Realty?
I know I can always get the help I need at Dickson Realty. Whether it’s a fellow real estate agent or staff member, Dickson does a fabulous job supporting our team.
What’s your prediction for the Northern Nevada real estate market?
I predict the market will be great this year. I’m hopeful that we will have a better buyer to seller ratio as more people get vaccinated and the eviction moratorium lifts.
How do you give back to our community?
I give blood as often as possible to honor my oldest son, who passed away. The donation center is incredibly low on blood due to the global pandemic right now. I believe giving blood is something most of us can do to give back to the community. You never know when someone you care about will need blood.
Moms on the Run is also near and dear to my heart. They work tirelessly to assist women in our community who are battling breast cancer and are always there when someone at our company needs their services.
What’s a local insider tip you’d like to share with our readers?
I love hiking Cross Peak, located above Caughlin Ranch. It’s my favorite hike, and I recommend it to everyone. Some of my favorite restaurants include the Stone House Cafe, Johnny’s Ristorante, and The Grill.