Paul Collard Joins Kinlin Grover Osterville Office

Coastal New England Real Estate Leaders Expand Staff
Paul Collard joins Kinlin Grover with 36 years of real estate experience (Courtesy photo)

Kinlin Grover Real Estate, part of The Randall Family of Companies, New England’s coastal real estate specialists, with 35 offices and more than 650 agents across RI, CT and MA, including 24 Massachusetts offices from Cape Cod to The South Coast and The South Shore, is pleased to announce the addition of agent Paul Collard to its Osterville office located at 4 Wianno Avenue. Collard brings more than 35 years real estate experience in all facets of real estate.

“We are thrilled to welcome Paul to Kinlin Grover,” said Osterville Office Manager Jack Driscoll. “His wealth of experience is a valuable asset to the team, and his knowledge of the area will serve our clients immensely.”

Prior to joining Kinlin Grover, Collard spent 36 years at top real estate brands throughout the region including ReMax First Choice, Century 21 Eaton Associates and The Collard Associates. Throughout his career, he’s received numerous awards and certificates including: Top Salesperson for Listing Units, Closed Units and Gross Closed Commissions; Professional Designation Certificate; Residential Specialist Award; Pacesetter Awards; Multi-Million Dollar Awards; Salesperson of the Year and Certification of Achievement for Investment Sales Excellence.

“I pride myself on being a full-time real estate agent,” Collard said. “I love working with both buyers and sellers to help them meet their individual and financial goals and to negotiate on their behalves to get them the best possible price and terms in the shortest amount of time”

Collard resides in Hyannis, MA and when not hard at work, he enjoys playing golf and walking the beach with his fiancé.

 


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