Kinlin Grover appoints new branch manager for Osterville, Barnstable offices

Lucy Wilson Cundiff has strong Cape Cod roots

Kinlin Grover Real Estate announced today that Lucy Wilson Cundiff has been appointed the new branch manager for the company's Osterville and Barnstable offices.  Prior to joining Kinlin Grover, Cundiff was the Director of Agent Services for Briggs Freeman Sotheby's International in Dallas, TX where she provided support for 185 agents in five offices.

Lucy Wilson Cundiff. Photo courtesy Kinlin Grover.With children and grandchildren living in the area, Cundiff has strong Cape Cod roots, "I have been eager to return to the Cape for several years. I am extremely excited about the opportunity to join Kinlin Grover’s management team and be part of such an ethical, family-owned company so dedicated to client service,” she said.

While she now manages exclusively, Cundiff still sees herself as a Realtor. "I love helping people get into their new homes and realize their dreams," she said. "I have always been fascinated matching the architectural design of a home with an individual buyer’s tastes and style."  Cundiff has a BFA in graphic design and commercial art and attended Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design, where she focused on custom homes.

The luxury market is a priority to Cundiff. "I am arriving at a time when the Cape Cod residential market is experiencing a significant recovery. While home sales are up more than 27 percent in the last year, Kinlin Grover’s sales are more than 43 percent above year-ago levels – and even higher, 47 percent, for luxury homes."

Kinlin Grover sells more homes listed at $1 million and above than any other real estate company on the Cape, according to a release from the company.

"One of my strengths, I believe, is that I previously lived and worked in the Boston suburbs where so many residents own second homes on the Cape. I not only understand the Cape, but also appreciate what luxury buyers are seeking in their second homes here."

 

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