Luxury Homes and Real Estate - Sotheby’s International Realty

San Francisco Bay Area, Northern California

Lisa G. Miller

WHERE IT ALL BEGAN...

I grew up in the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles (no need to refrain from any valley girl references, I embrace it fully). I received my Bachelor’s degree at UCLA and went on to obtain my Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology. Prior to becoming a successful real estate agent, I had a wonderful career in education. I spent nine years at USC managing international programs at the Marshall School of Business (MBA program). I am a traveler at heart: 46 countries and counting. While I used to enjoy traveling on a shoestring budget with a backpack and a street map, I’ve since grown to appreciate a good bed and a fine hotel.

WHAT PEOPLE LOVE TO CALL ME FOR...

I moved to San Francisco in 2000. I have been practicing real estate for the last 10 years and believe I have found my true calling. Carrie and I became business partners in 2005 and Carrie plays an enormous role in my success. We are so perfectly complementary to one another that I’ve been known to say – with a wink and a smile – that “she completes me.” With a business built almost exclusively from repeat and referral clients, Carrie and I combine our real estate savvy and caring customer service to create winning transactions. When it comes to our clients, I value their trust and I take my responsibility to them very seriously.

WHAT GETS ME EXCITED TO START THE DAY...

I believe the universe is perfect - that sometimes you’ve just got to let go and things will simply fall into place. Real estate has not only provided me with an enriching career, but also a new husband! We just tied the knot in May 2013 in Mexico. We own in lower Pacific Heights with our furry friend Josie, a Cotton de Tulear. She is training to become an assisted therapy dog, via the SPCA, which is designed to facilitate communication, healing, and motivation with those facing mental, physical or educational challenges. I love to play tennis, practice yoga, snowboard, bicycle, and work out at the Lyon Street steps.