Paul is a graduate of Wayne State University. With three years of Title experience and many years in the sales business, Paul’s main goal is to treat his clients like he would like to be treated.
He does so with respect and believes that the word “no” should be last in the vocabulary when in sales there are always alternatives. Paul is a father of four, with three adult young ladies, a teenage little buddy, and of course his dog Leo. Although Paul came to this country young, he still speaks his native tongue fluently, making him bilingual (Albanian). Paul is dedicated to his work and is available to his clients seven days a week, don’t be surprised if he answers your emails at four in the morning. Vanguard Title is proud to have someone as motivated and goal-oriented as Paul on our team.
Vanguard Title provides clients with the tools and resources to better navigate the title insurance process.
Click the icons below to access each resource.
| Start An Order
If you would like to place an order with Paul, please complete and submit the appropriate form below.
| TALES OF VANGUARDIA
By Christina Kass For many people, getting married and buying a home represents the quintessential American dream. Sometimes, however, “happily ever after” doesn’t go exactly as planned, and the marriage is dissolved. When a couple decides to divorce, they may be left...
By Christina Kass Losing a loved one is never easy and can leave you with more questions than answers. If your late relative owned a home, for example, you may be required to venture into the often-confusing world of probate. Selling a home under normal circumstances...
By Christina Kass It’s no secret that real estate transactions involve numerous steps, a great deal of paperwork, and large sums of money. Unfortunately, the parties involved in these transactions aren’t the only ones who are aware of their complex nature. Criminals...
By Christina Kass In our previous blog post, we discussed the various types of property liens and how they may affect you. This month, we’ll take a look at how to remove a lien from a property. As you may recall, a lien is a legal right or claim against a property by...
In many cases, having a lien on your property should be avoided at all costs. However, if you have a mortgage, then you definitely have a lien on your home — and that’s not necessarily a bad thing. There are, in fact, several types of property liens, and residential homes are often subject to more than one lien. Knowing the difference between them can help you to better understand your rights.
When It Rains, It Pours: A Guide to Discussing Flood Insurance with Your Homeowner’s Insurance Agency
Purchasing a home or commercial property is an exciting process involving a significant investment of time and money. The best way to avoid being caught off guard by unexpected problems with your new home or commercial property is to schedule a property inspection.