"The Communicator" REALTOR®
Dana is a Southern girl and having been a part of the real estate boom in Atlanta, she is no stranger to market growth. While providing marketing for one of the highest producing Remax agents in Atlanta, Dana was able to leverage her training and her B.B.A in Marketing from Georgia State. This experience, combined with her attention to detail, helps Dana provide excellent service to her clients.
Dana and her family settled in Austin in 2002 and understands the relocating process. At the time, she concentrated on raising her family of three boys, but never lost the passion for real estate. Once her three boys were a little older, Dana turned that love of real estate into her next career and became a licensed Realtor®. Raising three boys that are just over five years apart has taught her patience, time management and negotiation skills that translate into valuable skills for her clients. Dana’s boys motivate her to be an inspiration. She wants them to know that they can accomplish anything they set their minds to.
Dana is a helper at heart. Not only does she go above and beyond to help her clients, Dana is a fantastic volunteer. Having served as a Leander ISD Elementary PTA President, Volunteer Coordinator and other officer positions, Dana is very involved in the community. She is currently serving on the Leander ISD Council of PTA’s that provides guidance across the entire district. Having three boys active in sports also means lots of time volunteering for team mom and concession duties. She’s even been spotted wearing a hair net and serving Thanksgiving lunch to those in need.
When Dana gets those small spots of free time, you can usually find her cuddled up with a good book, exploring a new adventure in a new city or staying fit and healthy with exercise.
One thing most people don’t know about me: “I danced at the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans with my High School Dance Team. Go Angoras!”
“I believe communication is the number one key to success with clients, other agents and title companies. We have so much technology available to us and being able to respond to any one of them quickly is a priority.”