Crye-Leike Welcomes Realtor Diane Stockard To Its Murfreesboro Branch Office
Murfreesboro, TN., – Diane Stockard says she’s always been in the business of helping people in the career paths she has chosen.
She plans to continue helping others in her new profession as a licensed Realtor.
“I wanted to have another career in which I could make a difference in someone’s life and feel rewarded for my hard work in life,” said Diane. “I believe that being a Realtor will help me complete that goal.”
Diane recently joined Crye-Leike’s Murfreesboro branch office where she assists buyers and sellers in and around Rutherford and Davidson counties.
“After meeting with several real estate agencies, Crye-Leike felt like the best company to prepare me to be the best Realtor I can be,”? said Diane. “While receiving training through Crye-Leike College, I loved learning from experienced brokers and instructors who truly care about seeing their fellow agents succeed.”
Diane specializes in working with residential real estate sales, first-time homebuyers, condominiums and town homes, land and new home construction. She is a member of the Middle Tennessee Association of Realtors, the Tennessee Association of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors.
Before becoming a Realtor, Diane held several positions where she enjoyed a rewarding career helping others. Diane previously worked as the Vice President of Operations of the Boys and Girls Club in Memphis and she’s also a former Branch Director of the Boys and Girls Club in Smyrna.
Diane is proud to call Murfreesboro home. She is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University where she also worked as the Assistant Media Athletic Director. She is also an alumnus of Motlow State University and the University of Tennessee at Martin.
As the founder of the Cultural Art League of Rutherford County, Diane enjoys music, art and writing. She also enjoys being an active member in her community where she’s a former Symphony Board Member, Center for the Arts Board Member, School Safety Board Member, MTSU Alumni Board Member and a former member of the Rutherford County Junior League.
Diane has received several awards for her career achievements including the High Tea Woman Award from United Way of Rutherford County and the Top Non-Profit Leader Award from the National Business Journal.
When Diane’s not busy assisting real estate clients, she enjoys spending time with her family. Diane is married to Sam Stockard who is the former editor of the Daily News Journal. She is a proud mom of two children, a daughter who graduated from the University of Tennessee and a son who is a student at MTSU.
For all of your real estate needs, contact Crye-Leike Realtor Diane Stockard by phone at (615) 594-6647 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Find Diane on the web at http://dianestockard.crye-leike.com/
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