- 104 N Main St P.O. Box 466
Middlebury, IN 46540
Welcome to my Website
Thank you so much for visiting my website. Along with developing trust, I strongly believe that knowing your real estate agent on a personal level is imperative to successfully buy and sell your home. That being said I would like to tell you a little bit about myself!
Elkhart County has been my home for most of my life. I attended high school at Northridge and graduated college at Purdue University. After finishing college, I began working at the historic Omni Severin Hotel in downtown Indianapolis. Ultimately I decided that Elkhart County had my heart and was pleased to move back to the area in 2013 and begin my real estate career.
Real Estate has run deep in my family. My father, Kent Miller, has been serving the Elkhart County market since 1978. My grandfather, K. Marion Miller, began working in real estate in 1971 and continued to dabble until he passed away in late 2015. Seeing my father and grandfather touch so many lives has inspired me to work hard to give my clients the best experience possible. They have guided me along the way and have been great resources to help me become a successful Realtor!
In September 2015, I married my husband, Jeremy Yahwak. He is one of my greatest supporters! Our family currently consists of 2 cats, Buffalo and Puffin, and our dog, Walter. I have a passion for animals. Another love of mine is gardening. We have a vegetable garden, and more house plants then I can count. I am currently working on designing our back yard to be a garden oasis in my spare time. Cooking is another hobby I enjoy. Growing up I can remember helping my mother cook dinner, my grandmother decorate cakes, and my sister throwing dinner parties for family and friends. I also enjoy barbecueing and smoking meat with my husband.
Buffalo, Me, Puffin, Jeremy and Walter
Every person has their own unique skills which make them successful in their careers.What I strive for daily is honesty and perserverance. Every transaction has pieces of difficulty every buyer and seller needs to get through, keeping these goals the forefront of my mind helps make these issue seem surmountable. My background was Hospitality and Tourism Management which I studied at Purdue. This degree has helped tremendously in my career. Real estate is a customer service oriented career and having a backround in hospitality helps connect and serve my clients. Learning how to listen to customers needs and wants and providing a satisfactory solution is what I do every day. Giving quality service is the main goal for me. That is reflected in the Quality Service Award I receieved the last 2 years.
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