The Mather Method
Be open to where good intel and a fresh perspective will take you.
CA BRE ID# 01155115
WA BRE ID# 25261
Visit Laura’s site at:
London Properties, Ltd.
6442 North Maroa Avenue
Fresno, CA 93704
The Mather Method takes the song and dance out of your home sale—whether you are selling or buying—and replaces it with something much more reliable: the art of marketing, versus just selling, and the science to back it up. My story could be much like your own. No entitlements, I have worked my way from entry-level property manager to a national Vice President of Sales and Marketing, to where I am now as one of Fresno’s top producers.
My focus is always on my clients’ needs. I have a diverse client base with needs in every spectrum of the market.
There have been several career-defining moments at different stages in my career. The most memorable, by far, was during our company’s IPO (UCP Inc.), where we rang the opening bell at the NYSE on July 18th, 2013. Adding to the moment...being the only female at the podium. Now that I have transitioned from corporate America to being independent and self-employed, one of the greatest moments was recently being voted CVLUX Best Realtor in January 2018. This is an absolute honor I will cherish and remember always. Just being nominated validates my hard work and love for what I do, but to win the votes of so many clients means I may have made a difference in their lives. That is the highest compliment of all!
What sets you apart?
My vast real estate experience. I have a well-rounded understanding of the market and the industry as a whole. The Mather Method is the art and science to a successful home sale! I work very hard at delivering high-quality deliverables on a consistent basis. Each client’s goals are unique, and it’s my job to determine that and to find a solution to their needs.
Market Trends 2018
• All residential inventory up 18%
• Median sales price is $260,000
• Cumulative days on market is 44
• Overall sales are down 14.4% compared to last year.
Our market appears to have hit a plateau. We have tested the upper limits of our housing price points and, with interest rates on the rise, we are feeling some downward pressure on sales activity.