Born and raised in this great city, Lindsay believes the list of things to love about Houston stretches as far as the Texas horizon! Both she and her husband Austin and are native Houstonians and – between the two of them - have three children ranging in age from five-to-
fourteen years. They’re constantly enjoying the activities, entertainments, educational opportunities, and culinary adventures that Houston has to offer.
After graduating in 2001 with a B.A. from the University of Texas in Austin, Lindsay moved to New York City. While living in NYC, she worked as a sales account executive in the fashion industry and discovered her love of practicing yoga and attending Major League Baseball games! In 2009, she brought her enthusiasm for sales, yoga, and baseball back to Houston where she became a 200-hr., registered yoga teacher and an avid Astros fan. Soon after her
return from NYC, good fortune led Lindsay to one of the most highly esteemed, reclaimed, architectural antique dealers in the country. Over her six years with this company, she had the privilege of rising to sales director. Through that position, Lindsay interacted with the most
highly skilled builders, architects, and designers in the world. That position educated and informed Lindsay’s enthusiasm and curiosity for all that might be possible in the Houston, housing market.
Having lived in many different parts of Houston - from the West side of town to the areas around Rice University – Lindsay celebrates each area of this great city for its uniqueness. It is her enjoyment of all Houston offers that lead Lindsay to secure a real estate license so she can help others find their greatest enjoyment of living in this city too. Lindsay believes that connecting with people is a great privilege and she would love to connect with you in your next real estate pursuit. If you’re buying or selling a home or looking for a temporary residence,
Lindsay hopes you’ll allow her the privilege of helping you.
When she is not working, Lindsay can be found playing with her 5-year old daughter, walking the family’s dog, “Willie Nelson,” practicing yoga, running around her neighborhood or in Memorial Park, reading books, listening to podcasts, seeking out the best cheeseburger in
Houston or – you guessed it – watching baseball!