Paul Nehrbass graduated from Arizona State University with a Bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering and a minor in Software Design. Upon graduation, Paul spent a number of years performing solid state semiconductor research where he designed solutions for safer air bags and crash detection systems. Paul’s ambition for higher challenges propelled him into the complex world of analytics and statistical analysis in the high tech industry. After a number of years in the semiconductor industry, Paul transitioned into software design and development, further solving some of the most complex solutions relating to manufacturing and finance.
After twenty years of solving complex challenges in the high-tech industry, Paul transitioned to the mortgage banking industry. His problem solving experience, and passion for helping people, provides the incredible foundation by which Paul can help his clients navigate the mortgage process to help them accomplish their goals. Paul believes the decision around home financing should be part of a larger discussion as part of the clients overall financial plan. With this in mind, Paul’s objective is to always help consumers accomplish their life goals.
Paul has engaged in a wide variety of real estate investment endeavors which helped him develop a passion for the finance process. He is eager to share this passion and experience to provide his clients with the mortgage solutions they need as they navigate the complexities of the finance process. Paul considers it an honor and a privilege to work closely with his clients, developing the personal relationships necessary to find them the best value in home ownership. Whatever your challenge, Paul will find your solution!
When Paul is not helping others find the best value in home ownership, he can be found leading the youth choir at his church, or camping with his wife and five children throughout the great state of Texas.
Paul has engaged in a wide variety of real estate investment endeavors which helped him develop a passion for the finance process which continue today.