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Laura Schwartz



McLean Office

1320 Old Chain Bridge Rd, Suite 350
McLean, VA 22101 Directions
Phone: 703-790-9090


Laura Schwartz has been selling real estate since 2008. She has sold over 200 homes, mostly by referral. Laura has 1 mission: to help guide you in your real estate transaction. Whether it’s deciding to buy, sell or stay, she will give you all of the information you need to make the right decision for you. No pressure. No sales pitch. A combination of honest advice from a friend, with information from an expert.
Laura’s focus is Northern Virginia, in the Arlington, Falls Church, McLean and Vienna corridor. She works with both buyers and sellers. Laura holds a Masters in Economics from John Hopkins and is licensed in VA, DC and MD. She’s been named a Northern Virginia Magazine Top Agent since 2016, Washingtonian Magazine Top Agent since 2015, and a Virginia Living Magazine Top Agent since 2018. Over her career, Laura has sold over 200 homes and over $100M in sales all over the DC metro region ranging in properties from condos to new construction homes. When she’s not working, you’ll find Laura and her husband taking their sons on adventures or to local sporting events. You will never find her at Paw Patrol Live again.

Licensed In

  • Virginia
  • Washington D.C.
  • Maryland


  • Russian


  • GRI - Graduate, REALTOR Institute

" Laura helped us buy a house in what was an intense, fast-paced market in Arlington. We were living out of town and purchased sight unseen. Luckily we had Laura as our eyes and ears on the ground. She coached us through the process and ensured that we got the house we wanted without paying more than current market value. I can't recommend her enough! She knows the market well and helped us get the house we wanted within our budget (despite competing against multiple offers) "

– Dan B.

" Laura is highly prepared, patient and professional. Surely what sets her apart is her masterful follow-through; she forgets nothing while ably tracking all that needs to be done. And yet, she never loses track of the big picture: her role as an agent is one of trust. She lived up to that role time and time again."

– H Vieux