An attorney who transitioned into real estate, Kay Lawson offers clients attention to detail, a passion for research, and an understanding of what drives the market. “From helping customers get to know a particular area to making sure all their questions and needs are addressed in a timely manner, I do my best to make them happy,” she says.
Kay specializes in equestrian properties in the Wellington area, including farms, seasonal and annual rentals, investment properties, and second or third homes. “I ride and compete on the jumper circuit myself,” she says, “so I have an excellent understanding of equestrian customers and their needs.”
Kay graduated with honors from Clarkson University in Potsdam, New York, before earning a degree from Widener University’s School of Law in Wilmington, Delaware, where she was on the Law Review and ranked second in her graduating class. Prior to joining the real estate business, she practiced law in Delaware for over five years, first as a corporate litigator and then as a state prosecutor.
Kay grew up in Bridgehampton, Long Island, where both her parents were brokers at a family owned boutique real estate company. “I have a passion for real estate that meshes perfectly with my passion for horses,” she says. An avid equestrian who took up the sport at age seven, she currently lives and competes in Wellington.