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Paul Evensen

Licensed Agent

Realmark Urban

658 Newcastle Street, Leederville WA 6007

About Paul Evensen

Growing up on Riseley Street, Ardross and attending Ardross Primary School, Paul has an intimate understanding and knowledge of the local area and has seen first-hand Ardross and the surrounding suburbs undergo significant transformation over the last 25 years.

After completing his university studies in Perth, Paul moved to Tokyo, Japan, where he lived for 8 years, successfully establishing and running a boutique wine import business specialising in premium Australian wine, building the company to over 400 trade clients throughout Japan and gaining a valuable insight into delivering exceptional levels of customer service.

Paul's knowledge of the real estate industry is extensive having worked in several facets including off-the-plan, land sales and established dwellings, and Paul prides himself on his relentless pursuit of delivering exceptional customer satisfaction in all facets of real estate transactions.

Paul works at the Applecross office, Realmark's flagship south of the river prominently located on Riseley Street, and has an extensive knowledge of Ardross, Applecross, Mount Pleasant and Booragoon. In Ardross, Paul's expertise is highlighted by the fact that for several years he has consistently sold more than 20% of all properties sold in Ardross through the use and application of highly effective selling strategies, finely tuned negotiation skills and the most extensive and up-to-date database of active buyers.

Living locally with his wife Akiko and two fabulous children Jessica and Alec, Paul is a keen marathon runner and when not working enjoys his other passion of being an Internationally Accredited Taekwon-Do Instructor.

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