Since coming out of retirement in 2017, Lauren’s impact on the Main Line real estate industry has been immediate, and sort of extraordinary. She’ll talk to anybody (it’s like nothing we’ve ever seen), and is really, genuinely interested in what they have to say. Building on nearly a decade of developer sales, her transition to Keller Williams has been a breeze. A lifelong Main Line resident, Lauren’s knack for matching clients to properties has quickly made her one of the most sought after brokers in town. She has an incredible understanding of and appreciation for homes and design, and loves helping her clients envision what a home ‘could’ be, rather than what it might be at that particular point in time. She’s even been known to renovate homes with/for her clients post-closing, from helping to choose contractors and architects, to making the smallest design decisions (the most important ones…). Her enviable rolodex of clients and associates, a lifetime in the making, makes her the natural choice for younger families relocating to the Main Line from their city homes, those who maybe have outgrown their first suburban house, and really anyone in the market to buy or sell a property on the Main Line. She’s consistently able to harness the power of her database, and deliver unmatched results for her clients. Lauren is a total workout enthusiast. She loves Solid Core, Orange Theory, and tells Paul that $35 per class is important ‘networking.’ Lauren also loves shopping for sport (anywhere really, T.J.Maxx and Saks equally), is in the third year of an endless renovation in Penn Valley, and managing a house with kids Reese, Sydney, and the dog she never wanted, Penelope Rainbow Ice Cream Cone Lipowicz.