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Paul Svendsen paul@cityhomecollective.com 801.441.8563 Paul Svendsen has been a manager of congressional campaigns, a practitioner of law, and a renovator of more than his fair share of homes. As such, he's received our COLLECTIVE stamp of approval as a certified jack of all trades, but it's his unwavering love for all things real estate that plays so fondly on our heartstrings. Over the last decade, Paul has had his hands and head in the resuscitation of five dilapidated buildings and managed more than $20 million in architecture and construction projects. A native to our beautiful and be-gridlined streets, we’d say his role as our in-house, commercial property expert fits him better than the most perfectly-tailored flannel. You'd be well advised to try it on for size.
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