Media Personality, Entrepreneur, Real Estate Broker
Meet Diane Tuazon. From Philippines origins, living the Western coast beach life out of sunny California. Her long lasting career as a news-reporter made her an icon and a recognizable force in the industry. Having worked most of those years in Las Vegas, she decided it was time for a new career path. Choosing real estate came second nature, as she was already wrapped up in it from growing up with her mother as a broker. That path led her to Berkshire Hathaway, building a name for herself in an industry that proves resilience and hard work always wins.
I did college in two years, and I did broadcasting as my major. From there, I did local news all over the country. I worked for Fox News, NBC, CBS. It’s been a good run. It was 15 years in the news business that I worked as an investigative reporter, an entertainment reporter, and reporter for the weather. I’m very grateful for 15 years in local news, but then it’s opened its doors to a lot of other things that I was always passionate about anyway.
What made you decide to go into the real estate world?
Are you noticing a difference in where people are investing?
What’s the biggest that you’ve seen it when you compare it to your home town?
Tell me more about your transitions. You did more of the spotlight stuff, being in the news doing all the research, to taking up sales. What’s the biggest challenge you’ve had thus far?
“If you’re not expressing what you’re doing authentically, you’re essentially obsolete in the industry.”
Do you think it’s also because you had such a strong identity as a public figure? Do you think putting yourself as a real estate broker is not your full identity?
What is a goal you see yourself in your career in 5-10 years and you want to accomplish as a broker or in real estate ?
Do you see yourself having a TV show related to real estate?
“I would love to be on a TV show about real estate. It would have to be for the right role and for the right type of show though. I certainly don’t want to undermine the credibility and the reputation of my business and my brand that I’ve worked so hard for already.”
What inspires you to keep going and to just keep chasing the dreams and to develop?
What advice would you give yourself looking back now at a younger version of you?
Do you want to be licensed in more than certain states/ or do you want to focus on Vegas and souther California?
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