developers can mean only one thing: “I grew up in dust!” But,
more importantly, it also means, “I was always watching a house go up, and I learned, at a very early age, to love real estate.” Laura spent a great deal of time at those job sites back home in Michigan, allowing her a bird’s eye view into how a house becomes a home. “I love showing my clients a property’s true potential and helping them to envision themselves in the space.”
With this kind of background, it’s no surprise that in her early 20s, Laura began designing dream homes for clients while working in finance, training as an interior designer, and getting her Bachelor’s degree in New York. She even flipped her own condo. “My parents wanted me to stay in the corporate world, but that wasn’t enough for me. I needed more of a challenge.” And, as someone who’s often been called a go-getter and a self-starter, even as a little kid, she just couldn’t sit in an office all day. Her contagious energy and an insatiable thirst for overcoming the next big hurdle had a little something to do with that, too.
Laura found the right fit and the challenging career she was searching for in real estate, a world she’s known since her earliest days. “I love helping people find their dream homes while tapping into my design skills. It makes it that much more fun!” Transactions with Laura at the helm are smooth and stress-free, partly because she knows the industry inside and out, and partly because she knows how her clients feel. “I’ve lived it all. Many times over.” And, that has left her with limitless patience and a level of understanding so few possess.
Laura resides in White Plains with her husband and dog in a home that was purchased as a fixer upper; one that most buyers overlooked, but that was begging for her keen eye and creative hand. As for her clients, they call her an endless source of knowledge, vision, and drive. And, they refuse to partner with anybody else.