Windermere Professional Partners
Professional Headshot of Diane Gilmore
REALTOR®
Since 2006
REALTOR®

Diane Gilmore

special
  • Certified teacher for Home Advantage and Homebuyer Education classes
  • Short Sales specialist
  • Senior Real Estate Specialist
  • Certified Military Housing Specialist
community
  • Pierce County 4-H council
  • American Quarter Horse Association

Born and raised in Tacoma, Diane Gilmore now lives in Graham and specializes in “country living.” Diane prides herself in providing professional service and personal care to each and every one of her clients.

In terms of helping buyers, Diane is especially knowledgeable regarding down payment assistance programs. She’s certified to teach home buyer classes for the Washington State Housing finance commission, which includes, but is not limited to, teachers, firefighters, police and veterans with down payment assistance. Diane is also involved with PC2 (Pierce County Coalition for Developmental Disabilities), an organization that offers programs to help people with disabilities housing. Diane has also helped many distressed home sellers with short sales go through the process of selling their homes.

Q: What can clients expect when working with you?

A: I'm your agent for life! My goal is to be there for all of your real estate needs, whether they are a primary residence, vacation home, or investment property. I’m here to educate you about the process of buying or selling, which in turn empowers you to make the best real estate decision for you as an individual!

Q: Tell us more about the kind of real estate you specialize in! What neighborhoods do you work in?

A: I am an Equestrian Property Specialist with expertise that allows me to assist buyers and sellers in finding or marketing the perfect horse ranch or home.

customer ratings
satisfaction 95%
recommend 96%
performance 97%
When Diane showed a prospective home in Gig Harbor, I knew it was the one for me and my fiance. The process went smoothly from drawing up the offer, coordinating an inspector, and finding the lending plan. Karen Enstrom