Laura McNulty

Laura joined The Agency in January of 2017 after a successful career working as a Marketing Executive for some of the most prestigious companies in the world. Her unique business background provides her with a large network of influential contacts and expertise in strategy, sales, marketing, partnerships, negotiations, and relationship management that serves her well in her real estate dealings.

As a natural networker and skilled negotiator with a love for architecture and design, it was inevitable that real estate would find her. After teaming up with a real estate broker to outfit a $30MM penthouse in Manhattan as part of a marketing project for Samsung, she realized her passion and earned her real estate license.

For Laura, buying a home is an emotional experience; something that can make a person feel confident, vibrant, and alive, and she approaches each transaction as an opportunity to connect with others and be a part of that special milestone in their lives.

Laura moved to Los Angeles from her hometown of Chicago over 15 years ago to pursue her bachelor’s degree in communication at USC. Unable to resist L.A.’s perpetually sunny days and beautiful beaches, she knew her Midwest days were behind her and has been a devout Angeleno every since. Over the years she has leant her marketing skills to such companies as WME, Google, Yahoo!, and Quintessentially.

A Santa Monica local, when Laura’s not touring houses and meeting with clients, you can find her at the beach with her Labradoodle, practicing pilates, spending time at Palisades Park, or dining at one of the latest Santa Monica restaurants.
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327 N. Crane Blvd. 90065 SL17-06012

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Designed by Simon Storey, one of Wallpaper Magazine's Emerging Architects 2014, this two-bedroom, two-bathroom home is filled with modern bay windows with views of lush green trees that surround the property. The home has high-end features such as white oak...

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