Paul Biagini of Biagini Realty Washingtonville has been a lifetime resident at Orange County and comes from a family that has over 40 years of experience in new construction. Spending a majority of his life on construction sites and inside of new homes, Paul Biagini can service all of your real estate needs.
Paul Biagini was a Deans List student at SUNY Orange County and graduated with an Associates Degree in English in May of 2012. He recently graduated Magna Cum Laude from Mount Saint Mary College with a Bachelors degree in Pre-Law and History/Political Science. He is a member of Phi Alpha Theta (National History Honor Society) and the National Association of Realtors. In his spare time Paul enjoys reading and spending time with his family on the family farm.
Whether you are relocating to the Hudson Valley, looking for your first real estate purchase or simply would like to upgrade, Paul Biagini is the personal, one on one real estate broker to make your next Hudson Valley home purchase the right one for you. He is a licensed broker that negotiates and arrange real estate transactions. Also, his license is of a higher level because he has the authorization to hire other real estate agents to work under his supervision.
Paul Biagini undertakes all aspects of property brokerage, which include the sales, purchases and leasing of commercial and residential properties across different states including Orange County NY.
He serves satisfied real-estate clients, both buyers and sellers, in Orange County, Rockland County, Sullivan County, Putnam County, Ulster County, Dutchess County, Westchester County, and Albany County.
His experience ensures that favourable financial and legal terms are obtained for his clients and, with his reputation across the country, he can give immediate advice on marketing, pricing and valuations.
Once instructed, he advise his clients on marketing strategies, funding and pricing with view to generate optimal returns. For larger projects he carries out comprehensive feasibility studies, ensuring that risk it mitigated at all times.