My wife and I are active-duty military and we received an assignment out of state. We somewhat procrastinated and waited until the last minute before finding an agent. Part of our dilemma was the sheer number of agents to choose from. We wanted someone good, but every agent claims he/she is the best. As we pondered who to call, we saw Pauly’s advertisement for an open house. His signs were well placed and they immediately caught our attention. I knew his agency participated in USAA’s relocation program. I called the next day and requested that he be assigned as our agent. He quickly contacted me, and we set up an appointment to meet. Right away, Pauly struck us as a real go-getter and true marketing genius. We talked about a price, marketing strategy, and our time frame for sale. He was enthusiastic and not afraid to accept a challenge. I told him we’re moving out in about two weeks and planned to sell the house empty. He gave us some pointers and tips and wanted to get a professional photographer over ASAP. Move day came, and we had everything out of the house on a Thursday. At noon on Friday, the listing went live. Just before it did, I told Pauly, since you like a be challenged, let’s see if you can get it sold by Sunday. I was somewhat kidding when I made the 2-day challenge, but Pauly told me he’d see what he could do. I left Florida early Sunday morning and while driving cross country, I received a call from Pauly telling me we had an offer. We discussed some details and he told me he’d have everything sorted out by the time I got to my hotel that evening. True to his word, he did. Shortly thereafter, I had an approved contract. Wow…challenge accepted and results delivered. I then wondered how well he’d do in the post contract stage…after all…we were more than 1,000 miles away and every aspect of the transaction rested on Pauly’s shoulders. Spoiler alert: The sale went flawlessly, and I’d easily say it was the smoothest real estate transaction ever. Pauly’s motto is: Keep calm…I’m your realtor. I our case, we’re glad he was. If you need a real estate pro, get Pauly. He’s a full spectrum agent and will absolutely deliver.