Shilpi Saha Seals
Shilpi Saha Seals is a longtime Houstonian with a B.A from the University of Houston in Business Administration. She also studied architecture and interior design at the Art Institute and University of Houston. In fact, architecture and well-designed homes are her passion. That passion led her to travel extensively in the Middle and Far East, Europe, Mexico and of course, the U.S. Some of her favorite cities for architecture include Chicago, Boston, New Orleans and Dubai.
With almost a decade experience in selling residential real estate, Shilpi loves getting involved in renovations and new construction. You may see her at the Houston City planning commission meeting taking notes and continuing to learn whenever she can. She’s done renovations herself in both Austin and West University here in Houston; experience many of her clients appreciate. Historic districts and village municipalities make up some of the most desirable neighborhoods in Houston. Whether you buy in one of these areas or a best-kept-secret up-and-coming neighborhood, Shilpi’s knowledge of her hometown will serve you well.
Shilpi Saha Seals is a multimillion dollar producer with a long list of satisfied clients in the Cypress Fairbanks area, Heights, West University, Montrose, Downtown and the exciting Washington Corridor. Her investor clients have enlisted her help all over the greater Houston area including the suburban northwest and Clear Lake. Besides her full-time real estate career, she devotes her time to helping homeless companion pets, especially larger breed dogs. She supports several Gulf Coast area rescue organizations, including Jurassic Bark. Follow her on Facebook and you’ll see, she has a kind heart and takes action whenever she can help these special souls looking for a forever home. When she’s not helping her clients or furry friends find homes, Shilpi enjoys fishing with her husband who she married in 2015 in Puerto Vallarta. She loves introducing Houston friends to Indian cuisine and culture and has performed with several classical Indian dance companies including Kalaangan.