Lauren Ebstein, Multifamily Sales Coordinator

Multifamily Sales Coordinator

lauren@model55.com

508-405-0355  x 229

What do you do at Model55?

I’m the Multifamily Sales Coordinator here at Model55. I connect with potential clients that may find our services helpful and introduce them to our all-in-one process. I also help with marketing initiatives, write a monthly blog geared towards property management teams, and manage Model55’s Instagram account.

 

What is your past experience?

Before working at Model55, I started out as a Leasing Consultant in the Greater Boston Area where I discovered my love for the Multifamily Industry. Connecting with and serving residents was my favorite part of the job, and it allowed me to develop some serious skills in communication, patience, and multitasking that I wouldn’t have gotten without Property Management.

 

What is the most inspiring part of your job?

Since the day I started here, my managers have always encouraged me to speak up and share my ideas. Because of their support, I’ve been able to contribute so much more than I originally thought I’d be able to. Having a team that supports, encourages, and believes in me has been such a powerful thing.

 

What do you enjoy doing in your free time? 

On the weekends you can find me exploring new places in New England, going to breweries, crafting, doing home improvement projects, or hanging out with my pitbull, Benny.

 

What is your favorite book(s), and/or  tv show(s)?

I can’t pick favorites so here are some top 3’s:

  • Podcast – Crime Junkie, How I Built This, & Planet Money
  • TV Show – Schitt’s Creek, Friends, & Breaking Bad

 

Cats or dogs?

DOGS. Cats who act like dogs are also pretty cool. 🙂

 

What is the most important thing you learned before high school?

how to keep important relationships alive even if you weren’t in the same class or at the same school.

 

What is the best piece of advice you’ve ever been given?

I had an english teacher sophomore year of high school that used to dish out some of the best life advice ever (shout out to you, Mr. MacKillop). This is the one that has stuck with me ever since: “stop saying you can’t wait for this, or you can’t wait for that, you’ll end up wishing your life away.” It always reminds me to stay present and not rush the future.

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