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Climar Miller
Climar Miller
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Hi! My name is Climar Miller. I was born and raised on the beautiful island of Jamaica where I spent my childhood outdoors, climbing trees for fruits to enjoy for lunch or fishing in the ocean for dinner. My mother and I moved to the United States (NY) in 2003 and a few years later while vacationing to Disney World, we realized how much Florida reminded us of back home and decided to settle in Minneola, Florida.

Since moving to Central Florida, my love for the outdoors has grown even more. Witnessing how much my town has grown over the years has been truly unbelievable. I spend my free time hiking with my kids or giving my time back to the community, volunteering with an amazing outreach program that I am a part of. I have spent many years working within the timeshare industry, sending thousands of families on their dream vacation and winning multiple sales awards. I have always had a passion for real estate, so I decided to pursue my dreams and transfer that passion into helping my clients find their forever homes.

Buying a home should be one of the most pleasurable experiences in your life. I ensure you; I will handle the home buying process while you enjoy this exciting new chapter. You can have confidence in myself as your realtor, no matter if you are buying or selling your home. I look forward to working with you and making your experience a memorable one with a lot of commitment and professionalism.

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Orlando Regional Realtor Association Market Pulse - June

Snapshot: While listing inventory is showing signs of opening up, it continues to remain tight even though  new contracts slipped from 5852 in May to 5519 in June.  Closed sales repeatedly outpace previous year's numbers (3103 in June 2020 ...  Read More

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