Growing up in a neighborhood of historic Victorian homes just south of Pittsburgh, Lindy naturally developed an appreciation for architecture and home design at a young age. This passion carried through to adulthood which eventually led her to the real estate industry. Lindy found her passion and has worked very hard to become a top producer just after her first year of becoming a Realtor®. Six years later, Lindy now generates close to 75% of her business from repeat and referral clientele. Her philosophy is simple: Her customers come first! In considering her professional philosophy today, she cites deep relationships and providing exceptional service as the foremost drivers of her success. “ I treat my clients like family, they are the foundation of my business,” she says. She is known to drop off brownies, take Thanksgiving pie orders, offer free gift wrapping around the holidays and host annual client appreciation events. Her work and appreciation to her clients live long beyond the closing table.
Lindy is active in crafting forward thinking techniques that help shape and modernize our industry such as digital marketing, drone photography, state of the art professional photography and staging to market your home and provide an immersive viewing experience.
Lindy offers a blend of traditional practices with a personal touch. With her extensive knowledge and commitment, she can offer today's buyers and sellers a trusted & experienced resource that can guide them through the complex world of real estate. Her enthusiasm and passion are accompanied to offer a strategic & proactive approach to negotiate and manage effectively throughout the process. She is your go-to source for real estate insight and advice. Lindy has been the award recipient of multiple awards, she contributes to her community in charitable and civic ways from hosting local food drives, guest bartending while raising money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and more. Lindy has been nominated & featured in Top Agent Magazine, has appeared in Whirl Magazine while belonging to the Pittsburgh’s chapter of the Rethink Council and was recently interviewed by The Pittsburgh Post Gazette.