Diane Mitchell

Wright Bros. Real Estate

Rockland County's Realtors. From the River communities to Rural farms and country homes.

About Diane Mitchell

I am a Licensed Real Estate Associate Broker and work full time helping people to achieve their dreams of home ownership or their dreams of selling their home or both. I love working with buyers and sellers at all levels of experience and have sold properties in every price range from $35,000 to over $1 million. I work in Rockland, Westchester, Putnam, and parts of Orange County. A little background on me: I spent my formative years in Illinois (summers in Wyoming,) went to a small, private college in Iowa, and a large University in Delaware. I have created and managed global businesses for large corporations, sold multi-million dollar systems, and after many years of a crazy worldwide travel schedule, I decided it was time to put down roots again. I’ve lived in Rockland County longer than I’ve lived in any other place and I consider myself very fortunate to be working with the team of professionals at Wright Brothers. I look forward to working with you!

Latest Blog Posts

DRY JANUARY IS THE TALK OF NYACK

Dry January is a phenomenon that is sweeping the world. It was started in 2013 in Great Britain by the charity Alcohol Concern. British celebrities Alastair Campbell and Peter Osborne decided to

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Own a piece of history! Adorable 3-4 bedroom, 1 bathroom home in the heart of Stony Point. 1368 SqFt. Three finished levels with enclosed porch, large storage area, and a 1-car attached

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Feeling overwhelmed by all the information (conflicting information a lot of the time) available on media, social or otherwise? Here are some steps to take to make it all manageable. This applies to

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Wishing All Of Nyack A Healthy 2020

January is the time of New Year resolutions. Gym memberships surge as people vow to add a healthy work out into their lives. The sad thing is by February, those exercise machines are idle again.

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