Languages Spoken: HINDI
Swati Saha's goal is to help her clients realistically achieve their real estate goals so they’re happy with their decisions in the long term. She employs her research and analytical skills earned while working on her degree earned in Computer Science and Mathematics from Wesleyan College, along with her many years working in the financial services industry. She is focused, detailed and armed with the power of observation, allowing her to efficiently match buyers to the best homes and sellers to the most qualified buyers.
Swati has worked in India, UK, Turkey and Singapore and traveled to many countries around the globe. Her wide international exposure and contacts is useful for working with clients from all over the world, due in part to her ability to service the needs of relocating families and investors. She has a team of professionals that she works with comprised of attorneys, mortgage brokers, accountants and contractors to give her clients a seamless experience.
Swati and her family relocated to New York 9 years ago and own their home on the Upper East Side. Her teenage daughter is enrolled in a prestigious school in the area so she is actively involved in the PTA activities of her daughters’ school. Swati has a warm and outgoing personality and a great sense of humor. Her great personality is instrumental for making the journey of buying or selling a home a pleasurable one. In her spare time, Swati enjoys cooking- having completed a Culinary Arts diploma at the Institute of Culinary education in NYC- and window sill gardening.
If you're looking for a New York City real estate agent who is professional, efficient, knowledgeable and friendly, Swati Saha from Halstead Property is the first person you should consider.
Swati is a pleasure to work with. I just sold my aunt’s co-op at 175 East 74th Street. Swati handled market research, advertising and interactions with the board of management and attorneys. She found renters and ultimately a qualified buyer. When preparing to show the apartment, Swati helped me select and purchase furniture and supervised with delivery and installation. For the last two years working with Swati, I felt confident that I would get the best service and an immediate response to my questions and messages. More important, she gave me peace of mind. I am confident that your experience with Swati will be as satisfying as mine was. I give Swati my highest personal recommendation. - E.F.“Swati is not just a wonderful broker, but has become a trusted friend. Her positive attitude and go-getter persistence is a rarity in the housing market.” - Karen M
Halstead Property, LLC
The following are selected closed transactions in which Swati Saha represented the buyer, the seller, or both:COOPERATIVES AND CONDOMINIUMS
- 55-05 Woodside Avenue
- 188 East 64th Street
- 336 East 6th Street
- 22 West 15th Street
- 175 East 74th Street
- 175 East 74th Street
- 205 East 89th Street
- 444 East 87th Street
- 200 East 32nd Street
- 415 East 37th Street
- 268 Cumberland Street, Brooklyn
- 349 West Broadway
- 336 East 6th Street
- 230 Riverside Drive
- 510 East 5th Street
- 510 East 5th StreetRENTALS
- 188 EAST 64TH STREET, #704
- 200 EAST 32ND STREET, #15C
- 336 EAST 6TH STREET, #4RW
- 320 East 46th Street
- 300 East 75th Street
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