Diane Walker

Diane Walker

Broker
CENTURY 21 Today Realty Ltd., Brokerage*
  • 905-651-4488
  • 888-787-2524
  • 905-356-0835
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  • 905-356-9100
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St. Catharines

Resting between two enormous Great Lakes, Lake Ontario and Lake Erie, you'll find a wonderful community of St. Catharines, ON. Only a short distance ...

Niagara Falls

Home  to Niagara Falls and Casino Niagara this is a vibrant growing mid size city just 1.5 hours from Toronto & 45 min from Buffalo 

Welland

Welland is known as the  Rose City .  There are many different cultures that make up the  population of 50,000. Welland has so ...

Fort Erie

Fort Erie The gateway to Southern Ontario. Fort Erie is situated on the shores of Lake Erie and the Niagara River with a population of 30,000. Fort Erie ...

Thorold

If you've been looking for real estate opportunities located not too far from Niagara Falls in the southeastern corner of Ontario, Thorold, ON will more ...

Niagara-on-the-Lake

The Town is located on the Southern Shore of Lake Ontario at the mouth of the Niagara River. Its geography with the Niagara Escarpment and the Lake as ...

Lincoln

Lincoln Ontario resides just west of Niagara Falls on the shores of Lake Ontario. With St. Catherine's to the east and Hamilton to the west, Lincoln provides ...

Fonthill

The Village of Fonthill makes up another part of the Town of Pelham. The  downtown business section consists of  banks, a variety of  ...

Port Colborne

Located at the opening of the Welland Canal and Lake Erie.

Wainfleet

 Wainfleet, which was called Marshville in the 1800's, has a population of 6000. and is an agricultural community made up of many farms, greenhouses ...

Ridgeway

Ridgeway Uptown Ridgeway has boutique shops, restaurants & cafes, movie film house, pharmacies, banking and churches, etc. The new town centre is ...

Crystal Beach

Crystal Beach Offers its natural beauty, white sand beaches, restaurants, bars and specialty shops. Crystal Beach’s population of 3,800 grows during ...

Fenwick

The Village of Fenwick, which makes up part of the Town of Pelham, has a mix of older & new homes & two new subdivisions.  One gets a hometown ...

Stevensville

Stevensville A great community offering the best of town and country living. Stevensville is an easy commute to Niagara Falls, St. Catharines, Welland, ...

Port Robinson

Ontario Canada is a beautiful place to visit as well is a beautiful place to live, and if you've been trying to find a new location in which to grow a ...

Diane Walker ~ "with you step by step"

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It is our pleasure to have Diane Walker in the real estate profession as Broker with Century 21 Today Realty Ltd. ~ part of the world's largest real estate organization.

                              Highly Suited to Your Buying & Selling Needs

Diane is outgoing, energetic and hard-working... as well as a highly organized and a proficient multi-tasker.  Her solid communicaiton, interpersonal and negotiating skill work to your advantage.  Her endorsements describe her as being enthusiastic, thorough, going over and above what is expected, and especially adept with leadership, investment properties, and negotiations.

Her Entrepreneurial Spirit is the Sign of a Great Realtor

  • A resident of the Niagara Region since 1980, she became a renowed leader in the tourism industry.
  • Diane understands real estate, as she has bought, sold, rented and managed numerous properties for over 30 years.
  • As a Corporate Manager for 23 years and then an Accountant, she applies due care and awareness of the requirements and responsibilities of the biggest financial investment of your life.

She has tireless energy and is committed to success in every endeavor.

You'll Enjoy Her Zeal

Diane's infectious enthusiasm is shared with those involved in sports, everything from skating to rowing.  She's also an active participant and volunteer.

In Diane's words, "I'll work hard for you, listen well, provide timely responses to all your interests and work with you step by step.  I'm honest, committed, and will give you the attention, service, and results you expect from me, your friend."

She is one of the best in the business, both Silver and Ruby Awards Winner.  We not only recommend you call Diane, we encourage you.  Call Diane at 905-651-4488 or write diane.walker1@century21.ca for personal dedicated service for all your real estate needs.

 

HOW TO PICK A REAL ESTATE AGENT

What to look for in an agent depends on whether you are buying or selling.

When BUYING, you don't want an aggressive forceful person talking you into a home which may not be the best for you.  You do want an agent who is energetic yet patient, who is a good listener, someone who understands your lifestyle and takes your future into consideration. 

What is really helpful is an agent familiar with home construction and local by-laws.  They can usually tell that efflorescence is not mold and can explain the difference between having concrete poured basement versus a block foundation.  The agent should work in the territory, familiar with the good/bad areas to live and what can you do with the home.

You want an agent who is full time, dependable and dedicated... available to write the offer and not have to run off to another job.  Remember, there are agents who think this career could be part-time or as a retirement hobby.  They say they are experienced, but truthfully, they're old and tired and may not want to do the work required to find you your dream home or do the analysis for your investment property. 

When SELLING, the opposite type of person is better; usually an aggressive agent, with energy and marketing ideas.  Pick an agent with funds, who can afford buying the advertising required to sell your home.  Agents put out a lot of up-front money, time, and energy writing ads and creating promotional literature.  An experienced agent can usually afford to hire someone to put out signs, deliver flyers, and promotional literature.  But, agents don't get paid until after the home closes. 

Don't use an out-of-town agent to sell your home (or relatives!).  A seller's agent who is not from the area may list your home over the market price, the result is an expired listing and no sale.  Good potential buyers won't even look at overpriced homes.  So, fewer viewings = longer on the market.  Then buyers question why, what's wrong with it?  It's better to price it right, bringing in more buyers and maybe even competition with perhaps an even higher sale price.

Be ready to sell.  De-clutter inside and remember curb appeal... you don't get a second chance to make a first impression.

When it comes to commission, you get what you pay for.  I've seen buyer's agents who won't show homes with discounted commissions and seller's agents who can't spend as much on your advertising because of the reduced commission.

How to pick a real estate agent varies with their job.  It's helpful to look for someone with connections such as lawyers, mortgage brokers, and maintenance providers.  Interview at least three agents looking for the personality you can work with.  And, ask lots of questions.  In general, the best traits to look for are... good at negotiations, have knowledge/competence and have lots of energy. 

 

Let me assist you in finding your dream home, in a neighbourhood that is right for you, and in the price range you want. Or if you are interested in selling a property, I also have the expertise to help you get the fastest sale possible and at the best price.

I'll work hard for you, listen well, provide timely responses to all your interests and work with you step by step.  I'm honest, committed, and will give you the attention, service, and results you expect from me, your friend.

As a CENTURY 21® Real Estate professional, I am dedicated to providing you with the highest quality service possible. My personal knowledge of the local Real Estate market is combined with the power of the CENTURY 21 brand - the most recognized name in Real Estate today.

I look forward to the opportunity of working for you!

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