In addition to her first-hand knowledge of real estate ownership and management, Lindsay Wing’s 15 years of experience in sales and marketing has sharpened her concierge-level client service, honed her expert contract writing and strengthened her negotiating skills. A resident of both Arizona and Utah, Lindsay works in The Agency’s Park City and Arizona offices. In Arizona, she specializes in the Biltmore, Arcadia, Scottsdale and Paradise Valley neighborhoods.
“Real estate has always been my passion and an integral part of my life,” says Lindsay. “I gain great satisfaction in knowing that I’ve helped people through one of the most important times in their lives.”
Raised in Dayton, Ohio, Lindsay attended Wright State University, where she graduated with a degree in Fine Arts and Art History. During her successful career in sales and marketing, where she served as a senior accounts manager for national and international accounts (including Delta Airlines and AAFES Air Force Base), Lindsay brought in more than $500 million in sales before turning her focus to a longtime passion, real estate.
Lindsay attributes her success to her vast marketing and advertising strategies, partners, market knowledge, exclusive contact base, and true love of luxury real estate sales. She has an extensive client base featuring those who seek the luxury lifestyle, including heads of industry, celebrities, major lending institutions, and foreign investors.
In her free time, she enjoys oil painting and photography and stays active with boxing and Krav Maga. Lindsay also enjoys traveling, hiking and cycling with her husband Ryan and spending time with their cat and two dogs. A devoted animal-lover, Lindsay and her family sponsor a pet at Scottsdale’s Foothills Animal Shelter as well as two orphaned elephants at the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Nairobi. Lindsay and her husband also contribute to the Special Olympics, HERO for Children, which supports children living with HIV/AIDS and the OM Foundation, which provides care to children with cerebral palsy.