Encinitas Realtor Kelli Miller is a natural-born competitor and San Diegan; a driven, energetic force; and an experienced luxury real estate agent who brings an entrepreneurial approach to her clients. She loves working with excited and anxious first-time home buyers and experienced investors alike, relying on her experience and understanding of the latest coastal real estate and market trends to identify ideal properties and provide her clients an edge.
Growing up in Encinitas, Kelli has in-depth knowledge of all that North County San Diego has to offer. She balances this local expertise with a national and global awareness gained from her time at the University of Vermont pitching for the softball team, the time she spent studying abroad in Australia, and the time she spent developing her interests in real estate, entrepreneurship and finance as she earned her MBA at the University of Southern Cal.
When she isn’t helping first-time buyers negotiate the emotional ups and downs of real estate as they achieve their housing dreams, Kelli is arming veteran investors with valuable insights and in-depth analysis on prospective properties. Since 2005 and her time spent with one of San Diego’s top producing real estate agents, she has honed her process for evaluating all aspects of available properties with an analytical breakdown of potential ROI to help investors seize opportunity quickly.
In 2013, Kelli joined the Marshall Partners to help raise money for the Dean’s Strategic Fund at USC Marshall School of Business because she enjoys supporting the Trojan network and developing partnerships on a local to global scale. She also enjoys giving back in other ways, as she cracks the whip on the fitness community in Solana Beach and North County San Diego as a whole.
Stay tuned for more from Kelli as she launches a new luxury real estate campaign in collaboration with the PSP team. Until then, don’t miss out on the opportunity to work with Kelli and glean some expert advice and a competitive edge in your next real estate transaction.