Certified Member of New York Real Estate Specialist
Member of the Multi-Million $ Club
Carnegie Hill Rental Broker of the Month
Top 1% of NRT Brokers Nation Wide
Real Estate Weekly: Done Deals: Three-bedroom penthouse in Greenwood Heights sets new price record
The Observer: Candace Bushnell’s Ex Sells Fifth Avenue Bachelor Pad
6sqft: $900K brownstone condo is proof that your money still goes a little farther in Harlem
Curbed: Lovely Harlem 1BR Asks Just $425K, But There's a Catch
Daily News: BYE L'IL GUY: Market forces are now driving studio apartments to extinction
NY Times: The Hunt Accommodating a Three-Dog Lifestyle
Daily News: Space age: Harlem developers rebrand single-occupancy rooms as 'starter' apartments
The Real Deal: Steepest, cheapest listings to hit Manhattan this week
Chelsea Now: What’s Up in Uptown?
NY Times: More Small Dogs and Big Home Prices
NYmag: Uptown Upturn
NY Times: Brokers Prepare for Wall Street’s Bonus Season
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Dianne Howard loves her work and takes her role in helping others quite seriously. This compassion, dedication and determination contributed to making her a fast success in real estate as a Multi-Million-Dollar Member, and among the Top 1% of NRT agents throughout the country. Dianne has also been featured in top publications like The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, New York Post, New York Daily News, New York Magazine, The Hunt, Brokers Weekly, The Real Deal and Mann Report.
Whether it be a multi-million-dollar townhouse or affordable housing in NYC, Dianne specializes in getting results for every type of client. She has extensive experience selling new developments, including the highly successful sell-out of 152 East 118th Street in East Harlem which commanded record prices given the 2011 market climate; plus she's sold and rented townhouses, small buildings, co-ops and condos as well all over Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Bronx.
Caring for people has always been a common factor driving Dianne throughout her career, whether helping first time buyers find their dream homes or supporting breast cancer patients. She gets extreme gratification being integral in someone's life in such a big way, especially when it comes to a life-changing decision and large financial investment like one's home.
A native New Yorker, Dianne earned dual degrees from Hunter College – a BA in Sociology and Psychology. For 13 years, she worked on Fifth Avenue for a breast surgical oncologist in the city, an experience which taught her how to handle clients with the utmost respect and care, and tend to their needs any time of day.
While she lived on the Upper East Side for many years, Dianne is now a contented resident with her family at The Kalahari in Harlem where she's also sold and rented over 40 apartments. She has been an investor personally in real estate since the age of 29 and is constantly up on the latest statistics and trends. Outside of work and family, Dianne has been actively involved for the fight against breast cancer as a member of the Benefit Committee at Mt. Sinai Hospital. She presently is a mentor at Street Squash, a Harlem-based youth enrichment program, and a member of the 116th Street Block Association.