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Diego Rivera

Diego Rivera

NOLA Living Realty

Click aqui para español- >Diego Rivera

Where are you from? 

I’m proud to call New Orleans home. I was born in Colombia and moved here at the age of ten. There is no place I’d rather be.

What is your professional experience?

I have worked in different industries, mostly in sales within marketing, finance, banking, construction, and real estate development.

How does your previous experience help you as a Real Estate agent?

Working in sales has honed the skills that make me an incredible agent because I’m more focused on the client than the commission. I approach every customer with no-strings-attached compassion.

What makes you a great Real Estate Agent?

Having learned that seemingly trivial transactions can be monumentally life-changing to an individual, I value my customers and their goals and never pressure them.

What is your most vital skill?

I consider myself an expert negotiator who will go to great lengths to secure my clients’ wishes. I have cultivated the skills necessary to navigate real estate contracts and multiple-offer scenarios.

What do you enjoy the most about your job?

The joy of helping others. I go the extra mile every time. Helping my clients make substantial investments that build wealth.

What are you focusing on at the moment?

I’m happy serving a range of clients, and I have a particular interest in working with first-time homebuyers and Spanish speakers. I want to ensure that every client is educated and feels confident.

What is your motto?

You are investing in real estate. I’m investing in you.

What else do you enjoy doing?

I like to spend time with my family, travel, read, and run marathons.

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