Diana Poor

Devonport
Bayleys Real Estate Ltd

Licensed under the REAA 2008


Mobile: +64 21 065 0049
Office: +64 9 487 0709
diana.poor@bayleys.co.nz
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Office - Devonport
Licensed under the REA Act 2008

Phone tel:+64 9 487 0702

Email: devonport@bayleys.co.nz

Address: 83 Victoria Rd, Devonport, Auckland

About Diana


Diana Poor has lived and worked in the Devonport area for over 30 years and her local knowledge and insights, high profile in the arts’ community, and passion for the area are valued by her colleagues and clients.

As a residential salesperson with Bayleys Devonport, Diana’s eye for detail, ability to connect with a broad range of people, and wide personal experience in buying, renovating and selling property are real advantages.

Working with honesty, integrity, empathy and discretion, Diana aims to ease the path to the sale and ownership of property by employing good systems and providing transparent feedback at every stage of the process.

Diana works closely with her Bayleys colleagues on the North Shore and Auckland-wide to ensure that her clients’ properties are put in the spotlight. She makes best use of the Bayleys’ resources, market-leading initiatives and proven sales track record which have made Bayleys a trusted brand in the competitive Auckland real estate arena.

Having built up her successful and well-known ceramics business over 30 years in Devonport, Diana looked for new challenges and real estate beckoned. Her grandfather was an architect, her brother is a builder, and Diana herself is a dab hand at renovations and interior design. The world of property is a great fit for her finely-honed design eye and love of architecture; from the enduring character homes to emerging styles which add a dynamic vibe to the Devonport area.

Diana enjoys working with her clients to help them realise their property goals and with the backing of the reputable Bayleys’ brand, she has access to the latest and best tools in the industry to achieve results in an optimal timeframe.

Diana raised her family in Devonport and remains a great advocate for the North Shore lifestyle and the opportunities it offers.