Darian first entered the real estate industry in 2012 as a REALTOR®, quickly becoming a top producer in the Greater Austin area. His involvement in the area’s real estate community includes serving as a Director and the Treasurer for the Williamson County Association of REALTORS® in recent years. As his business continued to grow and evolve, he discovered he had a knack for mentoring new agents and teaching real estate classes. Realizing he had found his calling, Darian transitioned to the title side of the industry in a sales role, allowing him the opportunity to focus his attention on what he loves most: helping other real estate professionals grow their business. His own successful background in residential sales and coaching, coupled with his enthusiasm for helping others, makes him a dynamic and effective ally for his clients. Darian genuinely cares about the needs and concerns of his clients and works tirelessly to connect them with the best possible resources and solutions for making them successful.
Originally from Garden Plain, Kansas (population 720!), Darian moved to the Austin area in 2006. He is a dedicated lover of all animals, including, of course, his four Dachshunds: Bert, Ernie, Coco, Cooper and Cookie. When he’s not working, Darian loves hanging out in the kitchen, listening to country music and camping in his travel trailer as he takes in the sights and sounds of Central Texas.
Classes and Workshops
I frequently coordinate classes and workshops to help my customers achieve their desired level of industry knowledge. Contact me directly to reserve a spot, or to coordinate an event in your area. You can find all continuing education options available through Stewart Title of Austin in the following calendars online:
Continuing Education – CE Classes
TREC approved classes that will earn you credit from the Texas Real Estate Commision.
Professional Development – PD Classes
Improve your craft through various workshops and classes geared to help your grow in your field. These classes cover sought after topics and most are free of charge. However, they are not approved by TREC to earn credit.
Visit our Williamson County events page on Facebook to see the classes hosted in the area.