Sunday, June 23, 2024

Local broker Diane Leigh honored with real estate achievement award


Diane Leigh, a managing broker at RE/MAX Advantage, has been named the 2023 recipient of the Realtor Achievement Award by the North Central Washington Association of Realtors (NCWAR). This highly coveted award recognizes Leigh's exceptional engagement with the association, active involvement in civic and community initiatives, and steadfast dedication to professionalism and ethical conduct within the real estate industry.

In her role at RE/MAX Advantage, Leigh has demonstrated remarkable leadership skills and an unwavering commitment to her colleagues and the communities she serves. Her contributions to NCWAR, passion for community service, and upholding the highest ethical standards in real estate distinguished her as a truly deserving candidate for this esteemed honor.

Leigh's accomplishments extend far beyond her excellence as a broker. Her tireless efforts with organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, the Chelan Valley Housing Trust, and the non-profit Chelan to Africa showcase her dedication to creating positive change both locally in the Chelan Valley and on a global scale. Notably, her work with Chelan to Africa's Touching Tiny Lives initiative has made a significant impact worldwide.

The Realtor Achievement Award is a revered accolade reserved for real estate professionals who exhibit outstanding service to their association, active engagement in civic and business matters, and an unwavering commitment to continuing education and the highest ethical conduct within the industry. Leigh's substantial volunteer work, advocacy for affordable housing initiatives, and efforts to further education and professionalism among her peers embody these qualities.

Leigh's colleagues at RE/MAX Advantage expressed immense pride in her achievements and thanked her for her invaluable contributions to the company and the real estate community at large. They described Leigh as an inspiration and a role model for aspiring professionals in the field.


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