Lauren Griner was born to be a real estate agent.
As the daughter of a successful real estate professional, Lauren grew up watching her father find perfect places and spaces for families and individuals in the community. While Lauren admired his success in the field, it took her a while to warm up to the idea of becoming an agent herself.
“I fought against going into real estate for a long time!” she laughs. “I felt like I needed to do my own thing, but at the end of the day, it was what I really loved to do!”
And once she received her license in 2014, Lauren has never looked back.
A local to Utah Valley, Lauren understands the needs of families — especially young, growing families — because that’s the stage of life she is in as well. She and her husband, Matt, are excited to welcome their third child this coming April.
“I am a firm believer Realtors play a huge part in people’s lives. Where you live impacts so much of everyday life,” Lauren says. “It determines which schools your kids will go to, who their friends will be, etc. So, to be a part of that process is very rewarding.”
That is why Lauren’s passion for finding the right home, in the right place, at the right time for the right people is so important.
Lauren has had her fair share of victories in the real estate world. She was the Utah Central Association of Realtors 2015 Rookie of the Year and is part of Berkshire Hathaway’s Elite Circle — or in other words — part of the top 20% of the company.
While her success could be attributed to many things, it is her knowledge of the buying/selling process, ability to connect with individuals on a personal level and knack for creative problem solving that seals the deal for her and her clients.
“I take so much pride in what I do,” Lauren says. “I feel so lucky to be able to meet new amazing clients and build relationships with them. This isn’t a transactional experience, it’s a people business, and I hope to be a forever agent, friend and person for them.”
Check out Lauren’s newest YouTube channel where she dives into how mothers can become entrepreneurs themselves.