Couple leaves Corcoran Group to reopen their residential brokerage firm in West Palm Beach

Brad and Pam Miller reopened Bradford P. Miller Real Estate, which they had operated from 2004 to 2012

November 25, 2018 11:40 AM

Brad and Pam Miller (Credit: CAPEHART)

Residential real estate broker Brad Miller and his wife Pam Miller have left Corcoran Group to reopen their own brokerage firm.

The couple reopened Bradford P. Miller Real Estate in West Palm Beach, which they closed six years ago to join Corcoran Group.

The Millers, who originally opened their brokerage firm in 2004, decided to join Corcoran Group in 2012 because its technological capabilities were superior.

But Brad Miller told the Palm Beach Daily News that boutique brokerage firms now have the Internet-based marketing power they need to compete with larger firms.

Brad Miller, a director and former president of the Palm Beach Board of Realtors, and Pam Miller have been involved in several eight-figure real estate deals in Palm Beach this year.

In June, the Millers represented Anheuser-Busch heir Robert R. Hermann Jr. when he sold his Palm Beach house at 534 Island Drive for about $12.5 million.

The couple also represented Hermann last February, when his family trust bought a house at 210 El Vedado Road in Palm Beach for $11.29 million.

Last January, the Millers negotiated on behalf of the buyer in the $17.59 million sale of a vacant lot at 910 South Ocean Drive in Palm Beach. [Palm Beach Daily News]Mike Seemuth

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