Dean Diltz's Bio
Warwick native Dean Diltz is among the top-producing realtors in the Hudson Valley, handling residential sales for both sellers and buyers, commercial sales and leasing, rentals of all types, foreclosures, short sales, new construction and relocations.
Dean’s reviews on Trulia and Zillow speak for themselves — his knowledge of this area and the most current real estate market conditions, his attentiveness to his client’s needs, his communication and responsiveness, his negotiation skills, and his diligence in representing his client’s best interests in each and every deal.
It’s why Dean’s clients keep coming back to him when they need real estate assistance, and it’s also why so many of them refer friends, family and co-workers to him with regularity.
Dean graduated from the State University of New York at Plattsburgh with a degree in Communications (Broadcasting), and a minor in Geography (Urban Planning), and where he captained the track and cross country teams. He originally attended Kent State University in Ohio on a track scholarship, and where he majored in Journalism.
He spent many years as a marketing and public relations executive in the sports and television industries with ESPN in Bristol, Conn. — he even had a fleeting role in one of the famous “This Is SportsCenter” TV commercials (titled “Injuries” . . . YouTube it and don’t blink at the 6-second mark, or you’ll miss him!) — National Cable Communications (now NCC Media) in Manhattan, the Pacific-10 Conference (now Pac-12) in San Francisco, the athletic departments at the University of California at Berkeley and the University of Florida, thepit.com (which he helped launch) in White Plains, N.Y, and locally with Orange County Choppers of TV’s “American Chopper” fame. He returned to his hometown of Warwick in 1999.
A proud dad to Allison, Timothy and Samantha, Dean is also a member of the coaching staff for the boy’s and girl’s outdoor track, indoor track and cross country teams at Warwick Valley High School, his alma mater, and one of the most successful high school track and cross country programs in the nation year in and year out.