Real Estate Professional
Easton, Maryland United States
Laura Carney is a Vice President with TTR Sotheby’s International Realty. Her extensive knowledge of the Eastern Shore real estate market is second to none. A native of Talbot County, her family goes back generations and many of her ancestors are long associated with the early settlement of Maryland’s Eastern Shore region. Having witnessed the many changes over the last several decades, her insight and in-depth understanding is critical in guiding both buyers and sellers.
For over thirty years, Laura has worked not only on the shore but also in the fast- paced markets of the DC metropolitan area. That experience and her long-term agent relationships have proven invaluable. With more than $175 million in sales, Laura’s professionalism, unmatched ethical approach, and unwavering dedication to her clients’ success, is what makes her one of the leading agents in Talbot County. Combining her local knowledge with TTR Sotheby’s International Realty’s global network and reach brings a certain dynamic to the Eastern Shore. She now shares this beautiful area with client’s around the world through the amazing online platforms offered and the incredible network of Sotheby’s agents.
In addition to real estate, Laura’s other passions are boating, travel, photography, home décor, and her treasured rescued pets. Her travels have taken her around the world and have included a three- month Semester-at-Sea, a trans-Atlantic voyage from Norway to Halifax, and the Newport-Bermuda race. It is truly second nature to be on the water and she loves to tour waterfront properties by boat as it gives her clients a completely different perspective.
Laura attended Garrison Forest School, University of Vermont, and graduated from University of Maryland with a B.S. in Economics. After living in Wilton, Ct for a few years, she and her family returned ”home” in 2004 so that her children could enjoy the wonderful lifestyle just as she and her husband did. Laura is a member of the Talbot County Club, Talbot County Garden Club and past president of Talbot Humane.