Paulina Keszler has real estate in her blood. Her mother, Michaela Keszler, has been a highly respected and successful real estate agents in the Hamptons for many years, but Paulina is making a name for herself.
As an agent since 2019, Paulina has quickly achieved enormous success and is already listed as one of the top agents in the Hamptons.
Getting her start in real estate as a backup to her screenwriting aspirations, Paulina was surprised when she fell in love with helping her clients buy and sell their homes. When she is writing, her nose is buried in her computer, but when she’s doing real estate, she gets to look up at the world around her. Paulina finds inspiration in the personal connections to the homes she has sold. A few sales that she holds dear are her first sale, which she did with her sister, and representing her best friend on the purchase of her first home. Paulina puts her clients’ wants and needs above all else—a standard she was taught by her mother—which keeps her motivated to find them not just a home, but the right home.
Outside of real estate and screenwriting, Paulina’s ambitions extend to giving back to the global community. In honor of her brother and his belief that computer coding was the future, Paulina partnered with SPROUT Coding to build the Nicki Keszler Innovation Hub in Zimbabwe, a solar-powered computer lab built out of a shipping container. The hub currently has more than 200 students learning to code.
Paulina grew up in Germany and is fluent in German. In 2006 her family moved to Southampton Village where they set down roots. She is a graduate of the Ross School in East Hampton and Parsons School of Design where she studied fashion.