Kaila Lindsey

Broker/Realtor

About Kaila Lindsey

Kaila was born and raised in New York, until in 2002 her family packed up and boarded a 40’ RV headed for adventure. During that year of travel, cultural lines blurred and she was able to experience all the United States (lower 48) had to offer. As the year came to a close they settled in North Carolina!With a Bachelor of Science in Business and Marketing from North Carolina State University, Kaila geared up her career in sales. As she matured in her field, she acquired skills and experience in working with clients, as well as the importance for a high standard of customer service. Her enthusiasm for the housing market grew, and soon she took the leap into real estate. This exciting position allows her to work closely with buyers and sellers, bringing them exceptional service to help them find or sell in today’s marketplace. Kaila knows that client referrals are the best source of new business, so you can expect to have an experience worthy of bragging to your friends and family about!

Latest Blog Posts

Retire early: Can ordinary Americans find financial independence and stop work by 50?

What would it take to retire at 50 or 40, or even 30? It seems almost unrealistic to spill ink over when many Americans are already so behind on saving for retirement.But there’s a

Read More

Energy Efficiency Brings Buyers, More Agents Say

A majority of real estate professionals—69 percent--said that promoting homes’ energy efficiency features in listings is very or somewhat valuable, according to the newly released

Read More

Young Adults Put Mortgage Before Marriage

Nearly one in four millennial buyers say they want to buy a home before deciding to tie the knot, according to a new study from LendingTree.How Well Do You Know Millennial Buyers?2019 Home Buyers

Read More

Stressed-Out Americans Only Get 43 Minutes of ‘Me Time’ Per Day, But Solution May Lie in Their Backyards

Struggling to find a little “me time”? You’re far from alone because the average American only gets five hours of “me time” in a week — that’s just 43

Read More

Areas We Cover