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    Dianne Swift

    M: 818-919-8218

    While it may not seem like an obvious comparison at first, Dianne Swift has said for years that being a realtor is exactly like being a parent. As a mother of three, she would know. The skills she has honed by raising her kids, such as quickly assessing communication styles, conflict resolution, personality awareness, and predicting human nature have proved essential as she has built her real estate career.

    Dianne was born and raised in Los Angeles, where she became intimate with an array of architectural and design styles. She spent much of her adolescence touring the coastline of California, helping her father conduct environmental impact studies for commercial and residential structures. Through this work she developed a passion for environmentally conscious construction.

    When she moved to Utah in 2000, she realized that she had found her true home. She has travelled extensively, living in Europe through much of her twenties, but something about Utah keeps calling her back. She is an avid hiker and outdoors woman, and she can’t find anywhere in the world that provides a better view than Salt Lake City. Even more, she enjoys the city’s friendly community vibes, and loves being a part of the eclectic dynamic.

    Dianne has a nearly unbelievable work ethic, pays remarkable attention to details, and is a calming presence in any situation. She works to make her clients feel comfortable and cared for, and her professionalism also extends to her real estate colleagues in the Salt Lake City area. She is the epitome of grace under pressure, and is uniquely suited for communicating and finalizing real estate deals. Her ability to read and understand people also means that she can find the perfect home—and the perfect community—for every client.

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    Dianne Swift
    REALTOR®
    Mobile: 818-919-8218
    Utah Real Estate
    2130 Willow Park Lane
    Salt Lake City UT 84093

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