A native of Saint-Germain-en-Laye, Pauline now works surrounded by the greenery and unique lifestyle of the capital’s Invalides neighbourhood.
She appreciates not only the diversity of architectural styles in the 7th District’s Gros Caillou, Champ-de-Mars, Invalides, Breteuil and Rodin Museum neighbourhoods, but also the lively Motte-Picquet, Commerce, Pasteur and Montparnasse neighbourhoods in the adjacent 15th District.
These two districts, keenly sought after by families for their "village" or even "countryside" feel, for their excellent schools and their general lifestyle, also draw diplomats, companies seeking to house their executives, as well as wealthy foreign customers looking for a prestigious Pied a Terre.
In order to fully understand their wishes and requirements, Pauline listens attentively to owners wishing to rent out their property.
She also takes care of tenants, presenting them with furnished or unfurnished houses or apartments that correspond with their criteria and expectations.
Accompanying and satisfying both parties is a fascinating daily challenge that Pauline relishes.