A proud Marlburian has returned. Graeme Miller knew that one day he would return home to the area that set the foundations from which he became a successful real estate agent, saw success on the international sporting stage and established him as a builder with an eye for detail.
For those with an interest in sport, Graeme Miller’s name will ring a bell. Graeme has represented New Zealand in cycling at four Olympics and five Commonwealth Games and was team captain and flag bearer at the 1998 Commonwealth Games. Apart from this stint as a professional cyclist, he has had 10 years in the building industry, both occupations providing the ideal background for a career in real estate.
With over 20 years’ experience, Graeme’s business has been built through hard work and referrals that have seen him surpass $400 million in real estate sales. Behind those results are a high standard of service where, at times, Graeme has gone above and beyond what was ordinarily required to deliver a value product for his clients. He has a “leave it to me” attitude and down to earth, honest approach. His negotiation skills and an ability to recognise the requirements of buyers and seller and bring them together, is something you only get with years of experience, proving there is no substitute for experience.
Born and bred in Marlborough, Graeme has returned home to live, and care for his father Colin. “Marlborough has always been home for me. I love it here. And it is with pride that I look at how the region has developed.”
The decision to join Ray White Blenheim was easy for me “it’s a great team with a great culture”