Paul believes that a salesperson's net gain in a transaction should not be just financial, but emotional and relational as well. Rather than being strictly motivated by commission, he values the improvement of his clients' lives as an end in and of itself, and as such, always puts your needs first.
Paul is often complemented on his work ethic, dedicated to succeeding in every endeavor he undertakes. In real estate sales, this assiduousness, combined with his people skills, results in rewarding deals and fruitful client-agent relationships. "If a client views you as a reliable representative and a faithful friend, the bond of trust is cemented and long-lasting," he says.
To Paul, the best brokers also understand how absolutely vital it is to enjoy and connect with one's living space, while making a confident, sound investment. His goal and vision is to find properties that are truly compatible with the buyer, not just in terms of price, size, aesthetic and location, but also architectural and historical significance, the emotional atmosphere of the neighborhood, and the property's less conspicuous amenities.
Paul's diverse background in the food and beverage industry and in the social work arena prepared him well to provide excellent customer service as well as in-depth analyses of people and their needs. He chose real estate out an innate passion for helping others, as well as for his love of the high stakes and energy of the business.
Originally from West Hartford, CT, Paul moved to NYC to attend NYU. He currently resides in Harlem. His favorite quality of the city is its diverse density. "Nowhere else can you find so much life crammed into such a small space!"
In free time, Paul is an avid acoustic guitar player. Songwriting on the guitar offers him a fun, cathartic way to explore his emotions and the emotions of others. However, at the end of the day, nothing clears his head more than the bench press.