About Me

 

  • Coatesville area specialist
  • Offering superior client-focused service
 
Paul Arundel champions the lifestyle that the Coatesville area can offer both as a long-time resident and a valued member of the Bayleys Albany sales team.
Having lived in Coatesville for 25 years, Paul knows the area inside and out. He appreciates the strong community spirit that defines Coatesville and his extensive knowledge of the property market in the wider area adds perspective to the real estate experience he can offer his clients.
Superior customer service is the hallmark of Paul’s business and his clients’ testimonials are quick to stress his courteous and honest approach to all aspects of the transaction process. Building robust working relationships with his clients is of paramount importance to Paul who appreciates that people are at the heart of any property dealing.
After 35 years in the hairdressing industry where discretion, great service, loyalty and communication were central to a sound business, Paul has slotted into real estate seamlessly as this client-focused attitude is vital to attaining successful outcomes.
Paul’s real estate track record in Coatesville over the last six years is impressive and he has sold properties across a wide price spectrum. Under the respected Bayleys brand, Paul is able to leverage off the innovative marketing initiatives, broad reach, vast accumulated knowledge and research data that Bayleys is renowned for to get the results his clients are after.
His earlier experience as the farm development manager and landscaping coordinator for the Chrisco mansion (now referred to as the Dotcom mansion) gave Paul an insight into the Coatesville lifestyle market at its extreme; but it is the variety of lifestyle property options that Paul sees as a major strength of the Coatesville area.
A keen golfer with his sights set high, Paul always shoots under 80 each round. But in the spirit of full disclosure, this is for nine holes - so he’ll be sticking with what he does best for the foreseeable future; putting up the SOLD signs.