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Contact Neil Diaz: | 512-699-0819

Since becoming licensed, my experience includes listings in San Antonio, seeking property for clients in Austin, surrounding areas, and other major Texas cities. I was also able to serve a client who resides in London, England by listing-to-lease a condo in SoCo. I frequently locate rental property and apartments in Austin, many of which have been in the sought-after downtown and campus areas.

Services Provided
  • Sells/Purchase (Resale and New Construction)
  • Leasing Property/Apartment Locating
  • List-to-Lease
  • Temporary Lease (some furnished)
  • Investments: selling distressed property, seeking property (Commercial, Single Family, Multi-Family) to purchase or lease

In addition to my career, I am equally devoted to a few non-profit organizations. I previously served as Business Development Manager and Committee Chairman for ATX Safer Streets during our first official fundraiser. I continue to serve as Secretary on the Board of Directors. ATX Safer Streets is featured in Austin Monthly's June Issue. Together, we are advocating for an expansion of alternative transportation to alleviate impaired driving.

As of December 2014, I began serving on the Austin Travis County Sobriety Center committee. This committee is Co-Chaired by County Judge Nancy Hohengarten and Attorney Andy Brown.

For five years now, I have served on the Board of Directors for New Milestones Foundation. The New Milestones Foundation is the fundraising arm for Austin Travis County Integral Care (ATCIC). For four consecutive years, I have served as Committee Chairman for our annual gala, "Bridging the Gap." I am also Board Secretary and serve on the Executive Committee. Both New Milestones Foundation and ATCIC provide support for those with mental illness. Our gala in 2014 included Dr. Johnston, Dean of the new Dell Medical School, Senator Kirk Watson as our emcee, and Honorary Chair Valerie Newberg.

When I am not working, I like to fence, row, hike the trail on Town Lake, or enjoy good food and good company.

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