Lori’s journey into real estate started when she was young, as her mother was a top commercial broker for Coldwell Banker in Dallas, Texas. Coming from a single parent home, Lori was driven to build a successful business of her own from an early age. After leaving Texas, she played collegiate basketball, studied abroad in London and Spain and taught English in Southeast Asia, eventually landing in Miami in the late 90’s. A love of historical architecture brought her to sunny South Florida, and she instantly fell in love. She has seen Miami grow into what it is today - a bustling international city with world class art, culture, and restaurants with miles of clear crystal waters as a backdrop.
Lori’s desire to incorporate art and architecture led her to work in publishing at Cultured Magazine, leading the advertising sales and helping to build the brand into what it is today. During her tenure she created lasting relationships with architects, artists, luxury design brands, blue chip galleries and museums. She loved the building process and being part of the growth of the company. That experience and vast network has enhanced her real estate career. In 2010, Lori’s real estate career came full circle as she and her greatest inspiration, her mother, joined forces and created a successful real estate team, SanLorin Properties.
Lori loves working with people and being of service to her clients. With her tireless work ethic, and boundless energy, clients know they can depend on her in every step of the sales and buying process. A great communicator, always patient and a willingness to go above and beyond for her clients, Lori delivers incredible service from contract to close.
Lori’s natural curiosity and love for the city keeps her involved in all major art and cultural events that take place in Miami throughout the year. When not working, she is walking her dogs on the beach, exploring new dining spots around the city, visiting art fairs around the globe, or practicing yoga and playing tennis. She also has a passion for community service and is a founding member of the Young Collectors Board at the ICA Museum.