Kaila Lindsey

Broker/Realtor

About Kaila Lindsey

Kaila is a business woman, investor, dog rescuer, and adventurer. A native New Yorker, she found her home in the south where she has built her real estate company The Trulane Group to service clients looking to buy, sell or invest in both North Carolina and South Carolina. Every client deserves an exceptional luxury experience, and that is what The Trulane Group brings to the marketplace!
Upon entering the real estate world, Kaila quickly saw a gap between what should be done and what the ‘standard practice’ was among real estate agents, and knew she had to do differently. From the start Kaila made continuous adjustments to her business and eventually her team to ensure every client felt like they were the only client. To this day, homes are not only sold quickly and for top dollar, but The Trulane Group offers the most extensive customer experience during and after the sale or purchase than any other team in the market.
It is because of these practices that Kaila has achieved numerous milestones in her career including: Rookie of the Year (first year in real estate), ICON Award (2+), Cover agent for ‘Top Agent Magazine’ which highlights agents in North Carolina, and Top 1% in Volume Closed in North Carolina. In addition, Kaila is a Speaker, Coach, Youtube Host, and community leader in the goal of ending Dog euthanasia through fostering, fund raising and education.
With a strong focus on changing the world for the better, you will often hear Kaila using the phrase “Be the Change”. It is her strong belief, and that of her team, that in order to create lasting change, you have to do the right thing no matter what. Through this mindset, The Trulane Group fosters a community of team members focused on education, community and business acumen to ensure you have an experience worthy of bragging to your friends and family about!

Latest Blog Posts

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Some lenders are turning to drones or a computer algorithm to appraise properties, and the practice may grow more common under a new federal proposal. Regulators want to allow the majority of U.S.

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