I had the good fortune of working with Diane at Corcoran, soon after she and her partners sold the Dayton Halstead brokerage to Cendant (now Apollo) and they joined the Corcoran brand.
In a sea of controversy, back-biting, jealousy and all around insidious behavior, led by several of the former Cook Pony Farm agents who were rebelling about being acquired by Corcoran only a few months earlier, Diane remained unflappable; cool, calm and professional. She’s the best of the best.
After boosting Dayton-Halstead to $133 million in sales, Saatchi left the three-office boutique brokerage in East Hampton to become a vice president with the prestigious Corcoran Group.
Diane also has an impressive assortment of sales, land and rental listings. See them here.
and see the interview with the Long Island Business News below.
by David Winzelberg
Published: April 10, 2009