A fourth generation native New Mexican, DNette Wood grew up in Albuquerque and has been a real estate agent since 1999. She is a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder as a music major and spent several years in Nashville, Tennessee working in the music publishing business. As a community leader in her home state of New Mexico, DNette was appointed by both Governor Gary Johnson and Governor Bill Richardson to serve on the State Investment Council which oversees the state of New Mexico’s permanent funds currently valued at 19 billion dollars. During her time serving on the board, they created and deployed the film incentives which have become the foundation for a successful film and television industry throughout the state. She has also served on boards including New Mexico Museum of Natural History, Mortgage Brokers Association and American Cancer Society.
Her commitment to customer satisfaction and service is second to none. As a buyers’ agent, she spends the extra time and attention to listen to the client in order to find the perfect property. DNettes professionalism, knowledge and attention to detail make real estate transactions a pleasure.