Buying or selling real estate in Lincoln, Massachusetts or the surrounding Metro West suburbs of Boston? Jeannine and Jess are dedicated to serving the community with excellence, experience and integrity. We work completely as a team, leveraging our strengths and maximizing our availability for our clients. Best of all, it doesn’t cost our buyers or seller any extra to get two full-time Realtors working for them!
Jeannine and Jessica offer unfailing dedication, providing the personal attention and professional support that all buyers and sellers deserve. Our wealth of information and links to local family organizations, farms and groceries, schools, restaurants and cafes, daycare and nursery schools, churches and synagogues, a list of recommended services, community events help buyers find value and settle in.
Local Roots Run Deep
In addition to volunteering with many local organizations, we are genuinely committed to supporting your communities; local and global. We pledge to give $500 to the non-profit of your choice when a client that you refer to us buys or sells. So far, that has included HIAS, the Lincoln School Foundation, Lincoln’s St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry, and the Lincoln School PTO.
Meet Jeannine Taylor
Jeannine Taylor has lived in Lincoln since 1978 and has been a Realtor since 1986. Jeannine has sold more than $250M and is consistently one of the top producing agents in Lincoln. She has a well-deserved reputation for integrity, honesty, and for solving all manner of problems her clients have faced.
You can find her out on Lincoln’s conservation land trails every day with her husband Chris, rescue-dog Murphy the Mighty, and likely a grandchild or two.
Meet Jessica Packineau
Jessica Packineau is Jeannine’s daughter, so she grew up in Lincoln, attended the Lincoln schools and chose to raise her own family here. Jessica is a Massachusetts-licensed attorney, realtor, mom of three, and webmaster. She is driven to work relentlessly for her clients and to continue in Jeannine’s tradition of tireless service.
Jessica’s spare time is consumed with home renovation projects and volunteer work. Jessica serves on the board of the Lincoln Family Association, the METCO Coordinating Committee, Lincoln’s anti-racism org. WIDE, the First Parish Church in Lincoln, and for various progressive causes nationally.