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REALTORĀ® Profile

Lauren Zieminski

Lauren Zieminski

Sales Representative
Realty Networks Inc., Brokerage
705-268-2129 
705-465-8484 
705-268-7513 
Website

The best Realtors® are the ones who truly know the value of their market, and Lauren knows the value of Northern Ontario through and through.  Born and raised at Big Nellie Lake, just minutes outside of Iroquois Falls, and after only a handful of years away after her obtaining her OSSD, she knew she wanted to move back to her home town.

After high school, Lauren headed south to the Nation’s capital where she earned her diploma in Small and Medium Enterprise Management at Algonquin College. Afterwards, she spent some time working in Ottawa as a family relocation advisor for military members and in a management role at a large retail company. But Real Estate was something that had always been of great interest to her. So in 2011, Lauren moved to Mississauga to pursue that long-time interest, which turned out to be her passion. Lauren spent over two years working as an assistant for a highly experienced Realtor® in the city. It was during that time that she knew Real Estate was her true calling, so she decided to move forward from assisting, and onto becoming a Real Estate sales representative herself.

But in 2013, after years in the crowded city, Lauren realized how much she missed summers at the lake, and winters at her family’s camp on the Abitibi River.

She knew it was time to come home to Iroquois Falls.

Lauren packed up her life in the city and made the 8-hour trek back up Highway 11. Since then she has become a top producing Realtor® in the area. With the decision to buy a home at Big Nellie Lake and the birth of her daughter, things have truly come full circle.

Now, the value of the place Lauren always called home has never been more clear. And given the chance, she can show you the value of making the North your home as well.

Visit my website at: www.Laurenz.ca

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Last Updated: November 25, 2017
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