We see home as more than a house, so we approach real estate as more than a transaction.
Lauren Lucido joined Bob Lucido Team in 2013. She is proud to be on the #1 team in the nation, a team with a solid foundation of integrity, deep roots in the community, and a genuine dedication to changing lives through real estate.
As Director of Marketing, Lauren oversees marketing for the entire company - consisting of 4 Bob Lucido Team locations in Maryland, and Lucido Agency and Lucido Global expansion locations in 12 states and Canada.
Lauren works with the in-house marketing team, Lucido Marketing, to conceptualize, create, and implement all elements of marketing - which entails branding & identity, design & creative, corporate messaging, and advertising campaigns including digital, print, social, video, signage, television, direct mail, events, and charitable partnerships. Lucido Marketing has worked diligently to build brand recognition across the country and globe.
Lauren is a 2007 graduate of St. Paul's School for Girls and a 2011 graduate of Bucknell University, where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and a double minor in Spanish and Religion. At Bucknell, Lauren was a member of the delta phi chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma and a member of the Division I women's tennis team. She was a four-year starter for both singles and doubles and Team Captain her junior and senior years. She was named Bucknellian Female Athlete of the Year in 2010 and again in 2011. Lauren graduated as the most winningest tennis player in Bucknell's history and now holds four school records.
Growing up around real estate has given Lauren knowledge of the industry that - combined with her local upbringing - gives her the insider's perspective for marketing properties in an array of communities.
Born and raised in Howard County, Lauren now lives in Baltimore City, where she recently purchased her first home in Federal Hill (with Bob Lucido Team, of course!). She is passionate about all things Maryland, but has a special love for Charm City. When she's not working, you can most likely find her at an O's or Ravens game, playing tennis, walking her dog, or grabbing sushi with friends.