About Liz

Liz Miller believes that attitude is everything – and attitude makes successful real estate transactions come about as a result of clear & open communications, particularly on the needs and expectations of her client(s) and the market conditions. That’s because her first priority when meeting a new client is to find out how she can best help them.

Instead of just waiting for her turn to talk, she actively listens. Next, she gives them the information they need to move through the process of buying or selling a home with the least possible stress or uncertainty. While others might push a client to quickly make a choice, so they can move on to the next client, Liz urges her clients to think it through carefully before making a decision.

Liz, who is originally from Cali, Colombia, moved to New York, and resided there for 15 years, she then relocated to Miami, Florida. She graduated and received a MBA from Nova Southeastern. With 12 years of experience in the financial industry, she wanted to utilize her skills. Real Estate was the right choice. She received her Real Estate License on March 2011. She chose real estate sales because she wanted to work with individuals and families – not just their paperwork. At the heart of Liz’s Real Estate practice, you will find “The 3 D’s”. They stand for Dedicated, Determined, and Dependable. Liz’s high level of loyalty and integrity resonates with buyers and sellers as she approaches each real estate transaction with enthusiasm and intellect. Liz’s mission: “I treat each customer as I would want to be treated and I try to make my buyers and seller’s experience stress-free and memorable”.

When not busy with real estate, She likes to spend time with family and close friends. She is a mother of two beautiful children. Liz, a Breast Cancer Survivor since 2017, she finds time to give back to her community. She is very passionate about volunteering her time and money to support Breast Cancer charities. Liz lives by the mantra “People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.”