Diane Kiecke has been an award-winning, multi-million-dollar Realtor® for the past 17 years. She has worked with countless buyers and sellers in all areas of Houston and Katy. As a dedicated real estate professional with a corporate sales background, Diane combines business savvy, integrity and extensive market knowledge to offer her clients outstanding service. Her precise communication skills and years of negotiating experience help make Diane the Realtor® of choice for an extensive network of loyal clients. "I truly love getting to know my clients and try hard to take the stress out of the process”, Diane says. “Being a Realtor® for so many years has brought many new friends into my life, I feel like the process creates a forever bond and I am truly blessed and grateful to them for choosing me to be their Realtor®.”
Prior to her career in residential real estate sales, Diane worked for a Fortune 500 corporation as a major account executive and was one of the first on-site sales executive when Shell Oil first began outsourcing at a corporate level. Her other accounts included Memorial Hermann, Aim Capitol, Apache Corporation, Coastal Oil and Gas and Reliant Energy to name a few.
After growing up in Bellaire, Diane and her husband gradually moved West and raised their three children in Nottingham and Cinco Ranch. Today they are happy Inner-Loopers. Diane not only has first-hand knowledge of the Katy/West Houston area, but also Houston’s premier neighborhoods, giving her a unique edge when assisting buyers and sellers in every stage of their lives. From families seeking to place their children into excellent schools to empty nesters eager to cut their commute time and move into town.
Diane attended Bellaire High School and the University of Houston. Community service is important to her, and she has served as an officer in her local PTA and Project Graduation. Additional commitments include Hope for Haiti’s children, University of Houston Bauer School of Business Endowment program, KCM Food Pantry, the Domestic Abuse program and Special Pals.