Lyndall Windon

Property Management - Assistant with Ray White Taigum

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About Me

Property Manager

Lyndall brings to Ray White experience and dedication to her role as an assistant property manager.

Born in New South Wales and growing up in Lismore with her brother and three sisters, Lyndall completed her education at Lismore State High School in 2009, enjoying the quiet and relaxed lifestyle that growing up in northern New South Wales brought.

Having always had a naturally bubbly personality and friendly nature, Lyndall was keen to work with people and entered the retail industry beginning as a casual.  It soon became evident that Lyndall excelled at customer service and she quickly worked her way to an assistant manager’s position.

As much as Lyndall enjoyed working in retail and living in Lismore with her family and friends, she also had her sights set on moving to sunny Queensland where she hoped to better her career as well as being amongst the hustle and bustle of the city.

Lyndall made the move and settled into a rental home on the Northside of Brisbane.

Having found her move in to her rental home a pleasant and exciting one, Lyndall found herself wanting to explore her new found interest in property management and accepted a position to work with Ray White Northside Rentals Centre, where it was obvious through her bubbly and genuine nature that she would be great with tenants and landlords alike.

Lyndall’s initial interest in real estate has since become a passion and has led to her current commencement of a traineeship, in which she is completing her Certificate 4 to become a qualified property manager and one day hopes to run her own property portfolio.

In her down time Lyndall maintains an active lifestyle attending the gym regularly and playing hockey and is a firm believer in ‘healthy body, healthy mind’.

Lyndall is able to easily adapt when confronted with challenges and finds meeting new people, as well as learning new skills, to be the most rewarding part of her new work at Ray White.