Dynamic Duo of Mother, Daughter Joins Kinlin Grover's Mashpee Office

Coastal New England real estate leaders expand staff...
Kinlin Grover Real Estate welcomes Stephanie Smith and Susan Brown (Courtesy photo)

Mashpee, MA Kinlin Grover, part of The Randall Family of Companies, New England’s coastal real estate specialists, with 35 offices with 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 Susan Brown and her daughter Stephanie Smith to its Mashpee office located at 681 Falmouth Road. The dynamic and unique mother-daughter pairing offers more than 35 years of real estate experience.

“Susan Brown and Stephanie Smith have distinguished themselves as leaders in real estate throughout the Cape for many years, and we are proud to welcome them to Kinlin Grover,” said Jack Driscoll, manager of the Mashpee office. “Our industry is becoming more sophisticated every day, and this vigorous duo consistently positions themselves to stay ahead of the ever-changing market.”

Smith has been in the real estate industry for as long as she can remember.  At the age of 10, she was already answering phones and helping with other tasks at her mother’s real estate office. At age 20, Smith began managing an office with 45 agents.

“I have watched real estate evolve over the last 35 years from weekly MLS books, to the internet, and virtual home tours, aerial photography and digital signatures,” Smith said. “I am looking forward to the next 20 years working side-by-side with my mother and the tremendous Kinlin Grover team.”

“Our relationship as a mother-daughter team is our foundation, and it’s what makes us different from the competition,” Brown said. “The real estate market continues to move at a rapid pace, which is why you need professionals that understand the business and can put clients in the best position possible to buy or sell.”

Brown currently resides in Marstons Mills, MA with her husband Joe and their three year old Labradoodle, ‘Penny.’ Smith lives in Barnstable with her husband, two teenage sons and black lab ‘Daisy.’

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