Dana Snow, Broker of Record
Hometown: St. George (near Hamilton), then Toronto, then Vancouver, then Hamilton, then Toronto, then Hamilton, then Toronto, then Oshawa, now both Kawartha Lakes and Hamilton.
…these are a few of my favourite things…
Music: Where to start?! Ripcordz, Anti-Flag, Babes in Toyland, Bikini Kill, L7, Lunachicks, The Queers, Sex Pistols, U.K. Subs, Black Flag, Descendents, Rancid, Teenage Head, BFGs, Chemlab, Ministry, NIN, Kate Bush, Bjork, PJ Harvey, David Bowie, Bruce Springsteen, Dolly Parton, Crystal Castles, Beirut, The National, LCD Soundsystem, Arcade Fire, to name a few.
Films: Donnie Darko & The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
Restaurants: Thai Delicious, Corrado’s, Osaka, Pita Deli, Teriyaki Town in Lindsay!!
Food: Pescatarian, Vegetarian, and Vegan goodness.
Spare Time: Daydreaming, Boating, Motorcycling, Travelling, Concerts, Entertaining, Research, Hanging Out with the Wife, Cats and Bunny.
Bucket List Destination: Southeast Asia, Copenhagen, the whole world if I could.
As Broker of Record, Dana provides commitment, professionalism, and over 20 years experience in the Marketing & Communications industry, where has she acted as director of marketing and communications, researcher, writer, editor, graphic designer, web developer, content editor, photographer, and digital imaging technician.
Dana became a real estate enthusiast at a very early age, watching and assisting her parents design and build houses throughout her childhood. She herself became an independent real estate investor at the first opportunity, and has since bought, sold, renovated and rented properties of all kinds throughout the Greater Golden Horseshoe, Durham Region, Kawartha Lakes and the GTA.
Dana understands that every client and property, purchase and sale is unique, and patiently guides her clients with the utmost care. Whether you are looking to buy or sell a city condo, a lakeside retreat, or a profitable investment property, Dana is ready to help you live your dream.
Dana is a graduate of the Ontario College of Art, and has completed Bachelor’s degrees in Communications, Contemporary Studies, and Philosophy (Wilfrid Laurier University), a Master’s degree in History of Art (University of Toronto), and a postgraduate certificate in Web Design, Development and Maintenance (Humber College).