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Diane O. Rivera, CES®

Diane O. Rivera holds the Certified Exchange Specialist® designation from the Federation of Exchange Accommodators since 2005. She serves as a Regional Starker 1031 Exchange Manager and has extensive experience in the 1031 exchange industry. Diane is skilled in planning and preparation to help customers achieve successful 1031 exchanges. She works directly with investors selling "like-kind" property and collaborates with their Realtors, tax, and legal advisors to explain the exchange process and provide guidance and solutions. She is associated with a company formatted as starker-services-inc for URL purposes.

Diane O. Rivera, CES® is a 1031 exchange professional working with Starker Services, Inc. based out of CA.
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