Friday, 9 August 2013

Over Two Decades of Real Estate Knowledge Possessed by Vaughn Miller

Vaughn Miller is proud to have followed in his father’s real estate investment footsteps. His personal real estate career began in 1986 when he joined Vance C. Miller Interests. Vaughn Miller became vice president of the company and together they formed Vance C. Miller Development Group to develop single retail properties. It is VCM Development Group that Vaughn Miller heads as president today.

In Vaughn Miller’s earliest years, he headed the commercial brokerage operation, as well as the firm’s marketing and leasing of over 300,000 square feet of retail projects. In 1990, Vaughn Miller joined Henry S. Miller/Grubb & Ellis. With plenty of experience leasing retail projects, Vaughn Miller became the Vice President of the Retail Properties Division.

Vaughn Miller spent three years as the vice president of his department until 1993, when he, along with his father, restarted the Henry S. Miller Commercial of Henry S. Miller Realtors. The commercial branch furthered Vaughn Miller’s experience and expertise in the field of commercial real estate. Vaughn Miller served as the commercial division’s Senior Vice President and grew the commercial division to 17 retail brokers in the areas of Dallas and Houston, Texas. 

In 1994, Vaughn Miller merged to create Miller Commercial, which became the largest commercial real estate firm in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. On top of being the area’s largest commercial firm, Miller Commercial became the largest independent firm in Texas. Vaughn Miller was very proud of his accomplishments in less than a decade’s time. 

From 1994 to 2013, Vaughn Miller continued his tradition in commercial real estate by heading the retail division of Henry S. Miller Companies. A credit to his years of hard work and experience, Vaughn Miller was consistently recognized as the firm’s top producer. From the beginning of his career in 1986 to as recently as 2013, Vaughn Miller focused on retail real estate and commercial projects.

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