MILWAUKEE CONDO SPECIALIST
Paul Monigal brings a diverse real estate background as well as an immense knowledge of the Third Ward and Greater Milwaukee area to Corley Real Estate.
Paul Monigal brings a diverse real estate background as well as an immense knowledge of the Third Ward and Greater Milwaukee area to Corley Real Estate. Born in Milwaukee and raised in Waukesha County, Paul attended UW-Milwaukee’s School of Architecture and Urban Planning. He began his real estate career developing commercial spaces and restoring historic properties throughout Milwaukee and surrounding areas, and during this time developed many relationships with architects, designers, builders, and trade professionals. As a resident and business owner of Vino 100 in the Third Ward, Paul has a deep understanding of the fabric of the neighborhood and real estate market, from development and design to condo sales.
Paul began his career as a sales associate at First Weber Group, representing the Waukesha and North Shore offices. There he attained advanced experience in marketing properties and businesses as well as represented buyers for their residential and investment needs. In 2009 Paul joined Coldwell Banker as a real estate consultant. He generated $5.3 million in commercial listings, $1.6 million in residential listings, and compiled 64% of the downtown office’s total listings. Clients included Culvers, Waukesha State Bank, and Mobile. Paul’s impressive resume includes representing buyers in transactions of some of the most desirable penthouses in the city, as well as representing sellers of land development opportunities in the Fifth Ward.
As one satisfied client put it, “Paul is the embodiment of the perfect agent for today’s market in that he leverages technology, acute market awareness, and genuine enthusiasm to not only find his clients the right property, but to negotiate the right price for them.”
Paul joined Corley Real Estate in 2015 and continues to build the boutique firm’s development portfolio as well as work closely with perspective downtown residents.