Gay Lynn’s experience is so extensive, fascinating and diverse, it’s hard to condense it into a bio without omitting something important. From professional artistic rollerskater (really!) to oil and gas engineering technology, to fashion design and owner of two boutiques, and even as an automobile dealer specializing in antique and collector cars. Needless to say, she is a salesperson at heart! It was while she was an independent auto dealer in Texas in 1996 that a friend, recognizing her amazing potential in sales and knack for connecting with people, approached her to consider a career in real estate. Entering the world of real estate seemed like a natural fit, and she became a Top Producer for residential, land, farm and ranch properties in Texas, as well as a member of the Women’s Council of Realtors in Dallas.
Following a much-needed, extended vacation on the Big Island, Gay Lynn returned to Texas only to discover that she missed island life so much she couldn’t imagine living anywhere else. With Texas in her rear view mirror, she moved permanently to Hawaii Island in 2010 to open the next chapter of her life, continuing her real estate career and joining Re/Max Brokers Hawaii 2018.
As busy as she’s been discovering and building new talents, Gay Lynn has always felt it’s important to participate in professional organizations and volunteer for her community and church. Since arriving on the Big Island, she’s become involved in many of these activities, including volunteer work for the National Guard and assisting the Hawaii Episcopal Diocese to “replant” (revive) a church in Paauilo. Her professional organization memberships include the National Association of Realtors, National Association of Professional Women, Life Coach speaker, and Charter President of Waimea Toastmasters.
Gay Lynn specializes in applying her expertise and market knowledge to residential, land, farm and ranch properties. She takes the time to put her positive energy to work for you, and takes great pride in helping her clients find that special property they can call home.