A Midwesterner at heart, Laura was born and raised in Quincy, Illinois. She has lived in The South for the last 15+ years, (though coastal locations that offer no basements still make her clutch her pearls during tornado season). Although finally settled down -at least for now- Laura and her family have moved no less than 12 times in the last 17 years, so she has a unique perspective on relocation and personal experience to balance her professional knowledge.
Her experience as a small business owner and entrepreneur, prior to her transition into the real estate industry, have provided opportunity for her BS in Sociology to really come in handy. Laura took the plunge into full-time real estate in 2009 and has been licensed in Virginia and Georgia, moving into leadership roles at the local and state level. Presently, Laura is the Chair of the Virginia Realtors' YPN committee and sits on the Board of Directors for her local Realtor Association.
Laura is excited to be part of the team at AS and enjoys helping other industry professionals define and achieve their goals. She is known for her direct approach and honest feedback, as much as her willingness to provide help and support. As an extension of her belief that education and involvement are integral to any success, Laura is able to provide clients with an objective overview of their current staff and systems and then help them create and execute a plan for improvement and continued success, moving forward.
Here are the juicy bits you were looking for when you committed to reading this boring bio: Laura lives on a micro-farm, near Quantico, VA, where she alternately prays for rain & sun, depending on the weather. This is where she and her husband -both loyal fans of Da Bears- are raising two amazing children and living the American Dream. Laura played the role of "Extra," in her high school's production of South Pacific, despite belting out more of "Gonna Wash That Man Right Outta My Hair" than anyone else in the audition. She is a certified to read blueprints and her biggest life lessons are mostly things she has learned the hard way, like:"Never buy a horse named 'Buck'."
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