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Diane Lorenzo, Realtor® Central Ohio Living, Owner I have been a Central Ohio resident for over 25 years. I truly love the communities we have in the Central Ohio area and want to showcase the offerings in the community you choose to live. After graduating from The Ohio State University with a degree in Visual Communication/Graphic Design, I settled down in Powell to raise a family with my husband, Scott, we have two grown boys; Austin and Adam (both OU grads) and 2 dogs, Dazy and Willow. As a licensed Realtor®, I am committed to helping you buy or build your next home to fit your lifestyle. If you are ready to sell your home, I have over 20 years of professional experience in design and marketing. I will reach the right buyer in the shortest amount of time using the latest technology to professionally showcase your home, getting it the attention it needs to sell. As a value added service, I assist the homeowner in identifying cost effective opportunities to stage the home so it will appeal to the greatest number of buyers. I look forward to the opportunity of meeting and helping you achieve your home goals!

Giving Back To Our Community

We are committed to giving back to the community we live in. With each closing, a donation is made to a Central Ohio charity, let us know your favorite or check out some great local charities at Great Non-Profits.
The charity I most frequently donate to and am personally involved in is JDRF(Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) of Central Ohio. Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease that strikes both children and adults suddenly. It has nothing to do with diet or lifestyle. There is nothing you can do to prevent it. And, at present, there is no cure. Diane’s family became involved in the Central Ohio Chapter of JDRF in 1997 when her oldest son, Austin, was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at 15 months old. Through many fundraising events and friends and family generosity their family has raised over $50,000 to help find a cure. Diane continues to talk to newly diagnosed parents to help support them emotionally in the day-to-day realities and management of this disease. For more information about JDRF locally go to