About Linsey Carey
“Expect the best. Selling and buying a home should be an experience worth remembering.” It’s that belief that made Linsey Carey join the real estate industry. Working for a local office with national ties in Hayward, where she grew up and chooses to live today, gives Linsey an advantage some agents can’t learn. So far, Linsey’s been privileged enough to work with a diverse group of home buyers and sellers. She understands that every client has different needs, and by helping them achieve their real estate goals, it continuously allows her to learn through real experiences. Linsey believes it is important to have a balance of work and home to be successful in life. When you can’t find her working in our local office, she is probably working on DYI home improvements. She and her husband Matt purchased the original Railroad Camp built in 1906 in Stone Lake and decided to make it their family home for daughter Asyia. They are also co-owners of The Whistle Punk in Stone Lake, a unique dining and entertainment establishment offering coffee, treats and regional brews.