Miami is Laura Goldberg’s hometown. Raised in Pinecrest, Laura has lived on Miami Beach, Brickell Avenue, and for the past ten years she has resided in Coconut Grove. Laura graduated from Ransom Everglades School and received her Bachelor of Arts from Barnard College (Columbia University). Living and working in New York City, post-college, afforded her the opportunity to be exposed to the highest levels of taste and excellence, whether at the Museum of Modern Art, the buying office at Barneys New York, or managing a luxury jewelry gallery on Madison Avenue.
Fleeing the winters and recognizing the amazing changes happening in her hometown, Laura returned from New York. In 2001, she founded All Things Considered, a personal concierge service for local residents. Her clients, both individuals and families, have had their projects managed in a professional, efficient, creative, and confidential manner. Her concierge services included home and office organization, programming luxury travel, lifestyle management, and special event planning. For almost twenty years, Laura has been developing relationships and building a reliable network in order to provide her clients with best in class services.
Laura will translate her expertise on all things Miami to serving both buyers and sellers in the residential real estate market. Laura joined the Ben Moss Group at Compass in order to provide her clients with access to innovations in marketing and research, and to work with proven real estate professionals. The real estate industry offers a challenging environment where no two days are the same, which is the perfect place for Laura, whose energy and organizational skills make her the ideal agent for time constrained buyers and sellers. Whether buying or selling a home in Coral Gables, Coconut Grove, Palmetto Bay, or Pinecrest, Laura’s expertise in these neighborhoods and her dedication to her clients, give her an edge in a competitive market.
Laura loves living in Coconut Grove and takes advantage of the pedestrian-friendly lifestyle it offers. You may find her walking through Regatta Park with her son and dog, visiting the Coconut Grove Art Festival, or enjoying both local favorites and newly opened restaurants in the village. Laura is a member of the Brickell Avenue Literary Society, the Prologue Society, and Congregation Dor Chadash. She enjoys the Wallcasts at the New World Symphony, practicing yoga, golf, knitting, and most of all cheering for her son at his basketball games.