Lauren is not only a realtor with an obsession for creating a seamless buying and selling experience for her clients, she is a proud mom to her daughter and two dogs. She has a love for all things DIY and spends her spare time looking for her next project around the house. You can frequently find her anywhere outdoors, taking in all the beauty that New England has to offer.
With a bachelor’s degree in Marketing and years of experience in the highly competitive and fast-paced automotive industry, Lauren decided to pursue her passion in the world of Real Estate. As the Internet Marketing Manager in the Internet Sales department, she learned what it means to pay close attention to a client’s wants and needs, develop a plan, and execute it effectively. Her work in the social media world has allowed her to learn what it takes to break through all the noise in the busy, online realm and reach people through different methods of communication.
Lauren grew up with a great desire to succeed and have fun while doing it. She has used this to drive to help both people and animals, which she considers to be among her highest values. Her involvement in the local Toastmasters club, where she volunteers as the Public Relations Officer, is a prime example of her commitment to sharpening her skills and helping others, all while having a good time. She has volunteered with local animal rescues to help find them homes, raised over $6,000 for the Colon Cancer Alliance Undy 500 race, helped run drives and wrap Christmas presents for children in need, and is constantly looking for more ways to give back to her community.
Lauren takes strong pride in her clients’ happiness and always strives for the best possible experience. Her attention to detail, charisma, and passion allows her to focus on what it means to bring an unmatchable level of customer service to every client. After meeting her, you quickly discover that she is knowledgeable, attentive, and loves to brighten up a room. Lauren says, “My passion is people; I love seeing a smile on another’s face, and if I can be a part of that, it makes it that much more rewarding”.