Representing residential and multi-family investors, homeowners, and future homeowners with real estate transactions in the greater Charlotte area specializing in the counties of Charlotte/ Mecklenburg, Cabarrus, Gaston, Union, York, and Lancaster.
Lindsey is a Californian native that began her real estate career in 2013 in commercial real estate. Intrigued by the ample growth and investment opportunities in the Charlotte Market, she relocated to Charlotte in 2017. Her drive and passion about every aspect of real estate is unsurpassed-- specializing in residential and multi-family sells, leasing, and property management. She brings a high level of detail expertise, and market knowledge to help clients achieve their goals -- purchase their dream home, maximize the selling-appeal of their current home or enhance their revenue stream with the ideal investment property.
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