If enthusiasm had any other name, it would be Alexandria Ludlow. A hard-working real estate professional with Utah’s premier luxury agency, Summit Sotheby’s International Realty, her zest for life, people, and real estate is grounded in the many years she has spent locating the right homes, and negotiating the best deals for her clients. From millennials and budding families, to empty nesters looking to downsize or upgrade, to investors and second-home purchasers, Alex dives into every detail with her signature creativity and determination.
Spending seven years in Salt Lake City’s law milieu wearing several hats, including Office Manager and Paralegal, Alex found another calling in marketing and public relations where she applied her intuitive people skills and creative discernment into social media platforms, strategic marketing plans, and press release writing and distribution. Although thriving in the busy city life, Alex and her husband decided a move to the quaint and blissful landscape of St. George was the right next step to begin planting family roots and feeding their passion for the outdoors. This is where she discovered her true calling - real estate. A perfect blend of the three professions - legal, marketing, and PR, Alex experienced great success as a Buyer’s Agent almost immediately after obtaining her license in 2017, selling 12 homes in her first year.
Alex’s positive, upbeat energy combined with a level of tact and professionalism honed through years in the legal profession, puts her in a category all her own in the business of real estate. When she’s not negotiating deals, meeting new people, or discovering the perfect home for her clients, Alex spends time with her husband, son, daughter and two dogs exploring the beauty of Utah’s National Parks. She continues to feed her travel bug by embarking on adventures to other countries, and visiting over 23 states in the US, which has given her the opportunity to experience all types of cuisine, for which she has a passion. She may also be found tending to her gardens while chasing after her very active toddler or snuggling her newborn daughter, grabbing a tiny bit of tranquility from all the plants, flowers, and vegetables she is growing while rummaging through the mounting piles of writing journals, newspapers, and her favorite - an old-fashioned paper planner!