Working with Lorraine was such a blessing. She was so amazing to work with...I have a hectic schedule and she always made time for us even at an odd hour! I couldn’t have asked for a better experience with someone who was not only so dedicated but extremely knowledgeable and competent. She guided us in the right direction every step of the way and really looked out for us! Now we have a place to finally call home thanks to Lorraine.
- Holly Withrow
Lorraine Miller was by far the BEST Real Estate Professional my husband and I ever worked with! We will Forever go to Lorraine for all our future Real Estate Purchases. Thank you so much for all your hard work :)
- Dama Chopelas
Being that I was an out of town client, she stayed in touch and was very thorough with me. She met up with repair men and went above and beyond realtor duties. I appreciated her more than she knows. You would be in wonderful hands if you are lucky enough to have her.
If you are looking for “Professional Service with a Personal Touch,” you have found it in Lorraine Miller. Lorraine is passionate about real estate and enjoys connecting her clients to their dream homes. Her goal of making a difference in people’s lives as their trusted real estate advisor, truly makes the process of selling or buying real estate, from contract to close, a little easier.
Lorraine prides herself on exemplifying:
• A business professional who values honesty and integrity
• Passion for client’s needs and concerns
• High ethics and compliance with all NC real estate laws
• A firm negotiator
Lorraine has held her NC Broker license since 1987. A native of Washington, DC, in 1979 she moved to beautiful North Carolina to attend Winston-Salem State University. Upon graduating from WSSU with an Accounting Degree, she began a long-standing career with the IRS. After a 35-year career as an Internal Revenue Agent, she earned the Albert Gallatin Award, the highest honor a retiree can achieve from serving in the United States Department of the Treasury.
Lorraine has successfully transferred the knowledge and experience from her tax background to benefit her clients. She loves helping her clients profit in their real estate transactions, and as she says best, “Investing in real estate is one of the greatest avenues of creating wealth and continues to be one of the best tax advantages taxpayers currently enjoy today!”
After retiring from the IRS, she and her husband Bill moved to the Lake Norman area in Mooresville. Both she and her husband are avid racing fans, so Mooresville (race country) seemed to be a good fit, not to mention beautiful Lake Norman!
When not selling real estate, Lorraine enjoys Bible Study Fellowship (BSF), walking, hiking, golfing, her sorority, Delta Sigma Theta, and keeping up with her favorite teams: the Washington Redskins, Washington Nationals, Carolina Panthers, Golden State Warriors, and UNC Tarheels. In addition, Lorraine and Bill are both Corvette enthusiasts! Lorraine and Bill have a blended family of three adult young ladies.
“I would consider it a great honor and privilege to serve as your trusted advisor for any and all of your real estate needs!” Lorraine Miller
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