Al Paliwoda has been a licensed in Connecticut Real Estate since 1983 starting in residential sales. He became a Broker in 1986 concentrating in commercial and investment real estate as well as businesses. Mr. Paliwoda has experience in the sale and leasing of all categories of residential sales and rentals and all commercial income producing properties—apartments, retail, office, industrial and land. He has put together many Buyers and Sellers as well as Landlords and tenant over the course of his career and in the states of not only Connecticut but also Arizona and Massachusetts where he is also licensed.
Mr. Paliwoda has made his mantra one that states: “Real Estate is a relationship business and one that service, follow up, and experience matter greatly to your clients. That has been the way I have carried out my work in real estate on behalf of my clients and I put my total effort into doing a superb job for them.”
Mr. Paliwoda started his career in manufacturing and was heavily involved with materials, production and inventory, and manufacturing management in the metals industry for automotive OEM forgings, hand tools, and fasteners.
He spent four years as a manufacturing consultant and project manager for Eliyahu Goldratt, the author of the manufacturing best seller: “The Goal” (over 2 million copies sold). He was a project manager consultant for several Fortune 500 firms in the area of shop floor scheduling and inventory control. Mr. Paliwoda has owned his own property management firm as well as several retail establishments, motels and a manufacturer’s representation firm.
He earned his under graduate Bachelors Degree in Political Science and Economics from the University of Connecticut and his Masters in Business Degree with a concentration in Finance from the University of New Haven.
He was a standout athlete in Track and Field having been a three time Davison One All American in his undergraduate years at the University of Connecticut as well as being named the Senior Class Most Outstanding Athlete while there. He was a four time All American while competing after college in the AAU ranks and was the winner of the Open Penn Relays in the hammer throw as well as the winner of the Melrose Relays in the 35 lb. weight throw. He was inducted to the New Britain Connecticut Sports Hall of Fame in 2006.