Brian Sealey, Sealey Real Estate Solutions

Brian Sealey is the CEO of Sealey Real Estate Solutions, and just as the name implies, helps high-net-worth individuals uncover creative solutions to extract the maximum investment value on their real estate. “The clients that I get to work with are rewarding on so many levels…while yes they learn from me I get to learn so much more from them. From writers to doctors to war veterans and politicians; I’m 10x more evolved because of all these experiences.” Under the umbrella, he and his wife Brandi, utilize multiple corporations to bring their clients creative solutions. These include a management company, a real estate sales brokerage company, and Ally Development which is their construction company.

A Florida State University graduate, Brian has been in real estate for over 16 years and has brokered over $60 million in real estate value. In addition, he and his wife own both commercial and residential real estate throughout Tallahassee and broader Leon County which allows them to bring personal experience into their recommendations. The Sealeys create genuine connections with their clients and builds trust on a platform of common ground and shared values that guide in allowing them to prioritize transparency and brutal honesty to guide their clients to the best results. “Brian is the most knowledgeable and transparent Realtor I know,” says Gilbert Allen a sales associate with the firm, “He’s taught me that the difficult conversations you have with clients is the best advice we can give a client…Sometimes, it’s not always what a client initially wants to hear but the truth is always what they need to hear in the end.”

In addition to real estate, Brian has been very active in the community. In 2013 Brian Sealey was appointed to the Minority, Woman, and Small Business Division for the city of Tallahassee. In 2014 Brian was appointed Equal Opportunity Chair for Tallahassee Board of Realtors. In 2015 Brian, who is of Trinidadian descent, was among honorees recognized by the Caribbean American Heritage Council with their annual Community Leadership Award. Since 2017 Brian has been a Board of Director for the Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce as well as a Board of Director on the North Florida Urban Land Institute. Prior to that, he Chaired the Board for Child Advocates II a non-profit which was dedicated to supporting the Guardian ad Litem, and co-founded and Chaired TallyTies, a non-profit designed to connect local business support with community organizations.

“Tallahassee has been an incredible home for over 20 years and I’ve seen the city continually evolve in a positive direction; I’m blessed to have met so many wonderful people. I’m thankful for the Chamber’s opportunity to allow me to serve and participate in the framework of this city’s future so that the next young man walking on one of our celebrated campuses can have even greater opportunities than I”