Hi, and thanks for checking out my website. I look forward to helping you find an ideal property or to help you sell the one you have.
I'm a native of Utah and grew up hiking and camping in the mountains. I can't imagine living or working anywhere else. I began my real estate career in the West Los Angeles area, studied design at UCLA and remodeled and sold countless homes as well as designed and built spec homes in Beverly Hills and Montecito.
I missed the mountains, the changing seasons, easy living, friendly people, breathtaking scenery in every direction, and chose to raise my family in Park City. I've never looked back. Having seen the changes in Park City over the past twenty years, I have a unique perspective on where I see the market going.
Although I've been back for over twenty years, I am still dazzled by the beauty in the mountains, and my good fortune to live and work in the place that I love.
My daughter, Lauren McMullin, joined my team to assure all of our clients receive the gold standard when buying or selling a home.
Whether you are a die-hard fresh powder hound, or love the cool summer days and fields of wildflowers, there is something for you in Park City. Let me help you find your piece of paradise.
Welcome, my name is Lauren McMullin. I was born into an entrepreneurial family of real estate professionals, the industry quite literally runs in my DNA. From Beverly Hills, to Montecito, to Costa Rica, we have settled into the majestic mountains of Park City and Salt Lake City to grow our family roots. You cannot beat the trails, lakes, skiing and overall ease of living Utah has to offer.
I have an extensive background in customer service and a passion for connecting people to homes. My intimate knowledge of this region provided by living here for nearly 25 years, along with a lifetime of real estate experience, gives me enthusiasm and desire to make my home, your home.
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