Laura Fauntleroy

Associate, Williams Trew

About Me

Laura Fauntleroy has been a successful Realtor® since 2001 and is committed to her core values of honesty, integrity and communication in every facet of her business. She has worked in the industry across the country and has consistently been highly regarded by her peers, clients and customers.  
 
Laura takes great care to provide first-class customer service across the board. “My objective is to give each client an extraordinary experience that is personal to their situation. I aspire to exceed their expectations as I help them reach their goal.”
 
Laura champions her clients’ best interests and has a knack for adapting quickly to any situation while presenting a professional, yet approachable demeanor to all parties involved. She genuinely cares about helping her clients succeed. 
 
Laura holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from TCU and a Master’s Degree in Social Work from UTA. Prior to her career in real estate, she worked as a psychotherapist and hospital administrator.  She is skilled in successful negotiation, excellent personal customer service, and providing a calm presence while assisting clients; abilities that she credits to her previous experience and ongoing work with clients.
 
Laura grew up in the Texas Panhandle and made the move to Fort Worth to attend TCU. She was active in the Chi Omega Fraternity and sang with the Concert Chorale and University Christian Church Chancel Choir. While pursuing her MSW, Laura met her husband, Kyle, who was attending Brite Divinity School at the time. Kyle became a Navy Chaplain, which gave them a wonderful opportunity to raise their two children, Griffin and Grace, in multiple locations, including Rhode Island, Japan, South Carolina, and California. They relocated back to Fort Worth after Kyle retired after serving 30 years.
 
Laura was consistently active in the Navy life while also working in her own field. She has volunteered with numerous military organizations, mentored new Navy Spouses, and participated in many civic organizations and churches.  They are members of University Christian Church, where Laura sings with the Chancel Choir. The family is a loud college football family (especially cheering on the Horned Frogs) and Laura also enjoys singing, golfing, reading and yoga