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Expect excellent customer service, and a zealous pursuit of the deal when working with Paul Chapru. As a former flight attendant for a major current airline, Paul expertly met the needs of high profile figures and their travel demands. He has the ability to turn a stressful situation into a relaxing experience. He is a strong negotiator with a natural talent for reconciling differences. From first class air travel to Gotham’s co-op and condominium market, the transition to the real estate industry was smooth. With over 15 years of experience, Paul is active in the Manhattan market in dynamic neighborhoods from the Financial District, Clinton, and the Upper West Side to Hudson Heights and Washington Heights. Paul has developed a loyal following of clients through a network of dedicated friends.
Whether he is preparing a board package for a first-time homebuyer or negotiating a condominium for an international investor, Paul does what it takes to close the deal.
Through The Corcoran Group’s exclusive system of advertising, listing and marketing tools, Paul has access to the global community. He is adept at bringing buyers and sellers together and meeting their individual needs.
New York represents the best of what the world has to offer which is why in 1986, Paul made it home for his family. He was born in Vienna, Austria and raised in Madison, Wisconsin by a family of educators. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a B.A. in Communications. He also studied architectural interior design at the New School in Manhattan. Paul has a passion for traveling. Just a few of his endeavors have included trekking the Gobi desert in Mongolia, enjoying the spectacular wines in Argentina while sailing to Uruguay, delighting in watching his son play soccer in Paris, and watching the sun set on the Zambezi river in Mozambique. Paul, his partner, and their son are owners of a Manhattan co-op. His joy in life is raising his son in Manhattan and spending time with his family at their 1800’s farmhouse in upstate New York.