CBRE vet Rick Miller exits after 11 years

Miami /
Dec.December 19, 2013 03:00 PM

CBRE veteran real estate leasing agent Rick Miller has resigned after 11 years, with plans to join an undisclosed smaller, “more nimble” operation.

Miller was part of the brokerage services division and global corporate services division for real estate in South Florida. Representing both tenants and landlords, Miller also served as a managing director for the South Florida for a four-year period ending in 2011. He managed more than 75 agents at CBRE.

“Ultimately, my goal is to get back to basics in this industry,” Miller said in a statement reported by GlobeSt. “I’ve worked for two Fortune 500 companies now and it is important to me to be a part of a smaller and more nimble operation. I am very driven by company culture and values. I have learned from experience that internal collaboration from top to bottom is critical to the success and health of any company.” [GlobeSt]Mark Maurer


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