Diane Walton was a freelance writer, photographer and adventure tour guide living overseas for over 20 years before returning to Toronto in 2001. Once back in Toronto, she began working for a real estate firm, first as a receptionist, then obtained her realtor's licence in 2002. Of course being away from Toronto for such a long time meant that Diane had to build her network and clientele from scratch. To help cover her living expenses Diane also worked in a restaurant, where she landed her first deal. As luck would have it, her first deal was a 4-plex purchase in the Beach by her Manager/Owner of the restaurant where she worked at the time. Diane’s ability to work with people of all different ages and socio-economic backgrounds, a bi-product of her international experience, has allowed her to build and serve a diversified clientele. Her friendly, authentic personality and overall professional and casual approach to real estate, has helped build a client base of people, many who have become lifelong friends. Diane focuses mainly on the Downtown and East End, especially Leslieville. One of Diane’s strengths is her photography skills and good eye, which she is currently employing in a neighbourhood project called 'A Day in the Life of Leslieville' which has brought her a small following online and hopes to turn into a book at the end of the 365 day project which concludes in January 2016.
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