Born and raised in the small community of Ross, Tracy McLaughlin graduated from U.C. Berkeley with a Bachelor of Arts degree. She went on to do graduate work in television broadcasting at Stanford University. Tracy worked for 8 years as a report/anchor for various NBC affiliates around the country. Her background in journalism and communication is an integral part of her ability to present properties and negotiate transactions. Tracy specializes in selling homes throughout Marin County.
Tracy has three children and is a very active, visible member of the community. She has been very involved in the Ross School, serving on the school’s foundation for four years, and chairing the annual Patron Party for the Garden Tour. Her intimate involvement with the school and community provides her clients with invaluable insight into the overall experience of living in Marin County. Her athletic interests include running, swimming, skiing and hiking.
Tracy's background includes the purchase and renovation of some 20 properties, ranging in price from $1 million to $7 million. Her extensive experience in design and construction is shared with all buyers and sellers to best guide them on investment decisions when deciding which home to purchase or what improvements to make in anticipation of selling to maximize resale value.
Per MLS statistics, Tracy McLaughlin has been Marin County's top producer every year since 2005. She has been recognized at numerous awards ceremonies as the county’s top producer. In 2006, Tracy and Mark Mclaughlin opened Morgan Lane Marin offices throughout Marin County. In August of 2009, they purchased Pacific Union/Christies Great Estates with 22 offices throughout the regional Bay Area.
Tracy has a longstanding history of giving back to the community. She focuses on local charities that directly benefit Marin County. Past and present contributions include Marin Adopt A Family, which provides housing to mothers and children in crisis; The Marin Work Force Housing, a trust that provides low-cost housing for Marin County's firefighters, police departments members, and teachers; and many of Marin's local schools, sports teams, and other foundations. Tracy feels that one of the most important thing she can do as a successful business leader is to give back to her community. In 2013 she launched Klaas Family Housing which provides financial support for mortgage or rent for the families of missing children after an abduction. A percentage of every one of Tracy's closed sales is donated to Klaas Family Housing.