Paul ChunykRealtor & Founder (13 years experience)
Buyer's Agent, Listing Agent, Relocation, Consulting
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Residential real estate is a perfect fit for me. I love interacting with people, getting to know them as people and discovering how I can help them buy or sell a home. My goal is always to develop a long term relationship where my clients feel like they can call me at anytime to discuss anything real estate related. Real estate is like any other market; it has its quirks and is always changing which makes it extremely important to stay on top of. I pride myself in knowing what is going on in the market and offering advice regarding the possibilities for the future. At the end of the day, the market can be stressful, add to that the stress of buying or selling a home and that is what I enjoy doing; taking the burden off of the buyer and seller and making the process as simple as possible.
I graduated from Arizona State University where I studied business finance and communications. While attending school I worked for Grubb & Ellis BRE in downtown Phoenix focusing on retail property. After graduating, and deciding that the heat was too much to bear, I moved to beautiful San Diego where I continued to work in the field of real estate. I worked on the marketing side of real estate where I developing a strong skill set for marketing properties in order to get the most potential buyers as possible. I later returned to commercial real estate where I worked for Marcus & Millichap and specializing in Seniors Housing. Now, as the owner of CA Realty Group, I am able to pull from all of my previous real estate experiences to help my clients reach a satisfying conclusion to all of their transactions.
San Diego is not arguably the greatest city in America it is the greatest. As a people person and someone that loves the outdoors, especially the ocean, San Diego has it all. When I am not working I am spending a lot of time at the beach and biking the trails in and around Del Mar. Both of these activities give me a chance to get to know a lot of different people from different places. As a fairly transient city, San Diego definitely does not lack diversity which is one of its strongest attributes.