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Diane Moreau

Managing Broker

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T 503-680-5836

Diane has a quiet confidence about her that instantly puts people at ease. With over a decade in the industry, Diane has guided clients through the intricacies of buying and selling homes during the highs and lows of the real estate market.  Prior to becoming a Realtor, Diane spent 12 years in Restaurant Marketing & Sales for two large Restaurant Groups.  Her background in Marketing & Sales has been a great asset in representing her clients. A Portland resident for the past 30 years, she has watched the city and it’s neighborhoods transform into some of the most unique and livable communities in the country.  It is no wonder a good portion of her business comes from the parents, siblings and friends of clients making the move to Portland.

Ready to Buy?  Your home should be a reflection of the life you want for yourself and for your family.  Diane has a genuine understanding and appreciation of the characteristics of each of Portland’s urban neighborhoods.  Whether it’s proximity to coffee shops, school preference,  gardening space or just great southern exposure she is committed to helping you find the perfect home.

Time to Sell?   Diane will give you a realistic assessment of what it will take to get your home sold and works tirelessly to advise, stage and market your property.  Diane works with you and only you.  She won’t represent both the Buyer and Seller in a transaction.  While Oregon Real Estate law allows for dual representation and many Realtors do it – Diane won’t.  Diane believes it’s in everyone’s best interest to have individual representation –  not just a mediator.  After all, you are paying her to advocate for you and negotiate the best deal possible.

Diane’s calm demeanor, negotiation skills and industry knowledge insure her clients receive uncompromised, informed representation throughout the process.  Her commitment to her clients extends long after the sale is done.  Diane makes a point of staying connected to her clients and being a resource for their home repair, remodel and valuation questions.

Diane’s knowledge of green building and energy efficiency has earned her the Earth Advantage S.T.A.R. Certification and designation as an Energy Trust Professional Trade Ally.  She has also been voted a Portland Monthly  Five Star Service Provider by industry leaders and her peers.

 

My husband, Joe, and I still live in the first home we purchased over 20 years ago.  Built in 1893,  we share our urban farmhouse with a spoiled pooch and two young wild felines.  Our ‘to do’ list always includes work on the house and in the yard; but most of our free time is spent doing the things we love . . . hanging at the beach, reading good books and playing with LuLu the dog.

I am committed to making your home buying and/or selling experience as pleasant as possible.  My business continues to grow thanks to the friendships I’ve made with past clients and their referrals.  I’d love to be a resource if you are considering Buying, Selling or even just in the planning stages.

Diane Moreau 503.680.5836
Diane@livingroomre.com

 

 

 

Diane's Blog Posts

NEIGHBORHOOD SPOTLIGHT: HARLOW 


Neighborhood Spotlight Harlow

You don’t have to be a veggie or gluten-free to appreciate the fresh, conscious cuisine at SE Portland’s vegan mecca – Harlow. Well-placed among the bustling vintage shops and record stores of Hawthorne Blvd, this hotspot boasts delicious brunch, soups, and smoothies. So good in fact, that the line is often out the door. If... More


Tree Home

Damien and Anastasia are my Dream Clients. I worked with them when buying their first home, so when they called me to say that it was time for a change, I was thrilled to hear from them. Their family was growing, and despite the fact that they love their home, they knew it was just... More



With all of the revitalizing of the Pearl District over the past 15 years, it’s easy to see how all of the new development has changed the Portland landscape. Modern condos and sleek office buildings are the new normal. But there is one place in all of that steel and concrete that remains from a time... More



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