Joly, Mcabee & Weinert Merging Under the Kinlin Grover Brand

Two of Cape Cod’s Most Respected Real Estate Companies Join Resources to Fuel Kinlin Grover’s Continued Growth...
(Left to right): Kinlin Grover president Michael Schlott; Ross Joly, co-owner, Joly, McAbee & Weinert; and Crystal Weinert, Joly, McAbee & Weinert.

Osterville, MA Cape Cod’s largest real estate brokerage, Kinlin Grover Real Estate announces today Joly, McAbee & Weinert is merging under the Kinlin Grover brand.

Kinlin Grover is part of The Randall Family of Companies, one of the nation’s largest privately owned, residential real estate brokerages. Joly, McAbee & Weinert joins Kinlin Grover within the Randall Family, with its 40-plus years of working with buyers and sellers in the mid and lower Cape.

“We are thrilled to add the talented team at Joly, McAbee & Weinert to the Kinlin Grover family,” said Michael Schlott, Kinlin Grover president. “Its long-established presence and reputation on Cape Cod will fit seamlessly with the culture at Kinlin Grover Real Estate. Joly, McAbee & Weinert has a proud history of serving its clients with the highest level of professionalism. Our clients will now benefit from the combined resources and talents of two of Cape Cod’s most successful real estate companies.     ”      

 “As owners, with great pride in the legacy we’ve created with our company over the past four decades, we wanted to be confident in a partnership that would maintain our strong values. We are thrilled to be partnering with Kinlin Grover,” said Ross Joly, co-owner, Joly, McAbee & Weinert.

Crystal Weinert, Joly’s daughter, and sales team member, is equally optimistic about the merger with Kinlin Grover. “Our company has always been part of our family and I'm sure that Mike Schlott feels the same about Kinlin Grover. Uppermost in our decision to merge with Kinlin Grover is that it     is a company we feel at home with and want to be a part of for decades to come,” Weinert said.

In the past several years, Kinlin Grover announced several major company initiatives to better serve its clients and agent community, including a completely redesigned brand identity, its AgentAdvantage® Technology suite of tools and resources and its alliance with Leading Real Estate Companies of The World® (LeadingRE) and Luxury Portfolio International® (LPI). LeadingRE and LPI added significant global presence and prestige to Kinlin Grover’s strong brand and allow its agents to benefit from the largest real estate network in the world with 130,000 agents and 565 companies in 70 countries all around the globe. This selective, membership by-invitation-only network transacts over $372 billion in sales annually. “With this merger, more than 480+ Kinlin Grover agents are now not only local experts but also part of the global network of Leading Real Estate Companies of The World®,” said Schlott.

About Kinlin Grover Real Estate:

Kinlin Grover, part of The Randall Family of Companies, owns and operates 22 Massachusetts offices from Cape Cod to The South Coast and The South Shore specializing in the marketing and sale of waterfront, village and luxury homes. Headquartered in Charlestown, R.I., The Randall Family of Companies ranks among the top real estate firms in the United States. Twice named one of Inc. Magazine’s Fastest Growing Companies in the U.S. with over $1.6 Billion in sales in 2018 and over $7 Billion in sales in the past five years, Randall maintains 33 offices with more than 660 agents across RI, CT and MA and includes Kinlin Grover Real Estate on Cape Cod and coastal Massachusetts, and Page Taft Christie’s IRE in Connecticut. Kinlin Grover is a member of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® and Luxury Portfolio International®. For more information visit welcomes thoughtful comments and the varied opinions of our readers. We are in no way obligated to post or allow comments that our moderators deem inappropriate. We reserve the right to delete comments we perceive as profane, vulgar, threatening, offensive, racially-biased, homophobic, slanderous, hateful or just plain rude. Commenters may not attack or insult other commenters, readers or writers. Commenters who persist in posting inappropriate comments will be banned from commenting on