Dana Greenberg brings to real estate integrity beyond reproach, a strong business background and a total commitment to customer service. She firmly believes that a client relationship based on trust is paramount to a successful transaction and has the repeat business to prove it. She is never too busy to give each of her clients the full personal attention they deserve. Dana places high value on education as evidenced by her maintaining a Real Estate Broker's license as well as certifications as an Accredited Buyer's Representative and Historic Home Specialist. Having moved cross country, Dana is particularly sensitive to the unique needs and concerns of relocating clients. You deserve an agent who can deliver the best results for you and no one is better qualified than Dana. Background: A Texas native, Dana grew up in Tyler working in the family business, Greenberg's Smoked Turkeys. She is an honors graduate with a degree in business from the University of Texas and further studied at the Institute for Paralegal Training in Philadelphia. She went on to work in major law firms in Dallas and Philadelphia and co-founded the Dallas Area Paralegal Association before taking a position as a credit analyst with the former Republic National Bank in Dallas. Dana has given back to the community by working at the state level for early childhood education reform. She is a current board member of the McKinney Avenue Contemporary. Little known to many, Dana is an award winning quilter whose work is included in a recently published history of Texas quilts. Family: Dana is the proud mother of two wonderful children and considers them her greatest accomplishment. Her son is a graduate of St. Mark's School of Texas ('00), Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute ('03), and received a PhD in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University ('09). He and his wife reside in Scottsdale. Dana's daughter is a graduate of the Hockaday School ('07) and Tufts University ('11). She resides in Boston where she is employed by a large non-profit that administers funds for health programs in developing countries.