Pam Mitchell

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About Dianna                                         

Dianna was born and raised in White Rock / South Surrey.  She attended Jessie Lee Elementary and graduated from Earl Marriott Secondary.  She grew up playing softball and even spent a few seasons as a White Rock Renegade.  Being a part of that organization taught her many things – work ethic; dedication; reliability and, perhaps the biggest lesson was being a team player. 

Her entire work experience has been in real estate.  Dianna worked for a few different notaries during high school and after graduation.  For the last 26 years, she worked at a local law firm .  As the real estate conveyancer, Dianna reviews Contracts of Purchase and Sale, prepares transfer and mortgage paperwork including statements of adjustments and registers documentation in the Land Title Office. 

She earned her real estate licence in 2012 and left the law firm to join Re/Max Colonial Pacific Realty Ltd.  After 6 years, circumstances led her back to the same law firm where she continues to work.  Joining Pam at Re/Max gives Dianna the best of both worlds – assisting with Pam's buyers and sellers and guiding them through the subject removal and pre-completion process, while continuing to work at the law firm to successfully finalize the sale and purchase of homes for the law firm's clients.

Dianna still tries to play the occasional game of softball when she can.   She enjoy dinners at White Rock beach and meeting with friends for a glass of wine.

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