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Traci Miller

Traci Miller

Realtor, Senior Real Estate Sp
Keller Williams

Mission Statement 

I am your advocate, trusted adviser and skilled negotiator during

the most stressful, exciting and vulnerable times of your life.


I will make commitments to you that I intend to exceed!  

You have a lot of agents to choose from,

so why hire me as Your Agent? 


I am a highly organized, detail oriented and motivated problem solver. 

Real Estate gives me the opportunity to bring together years of experience in various disciplines for the purpose of supporting my clients while navigating through the real estate process. 

Anticipating my client’s needs and working hard to gain the best result is job #1!  



Any Realtor has the capacity to show you homes in your area of interest and within your price point.  So why choose me to be your real estate agent?


                  Real estate, for me, is a passion!

It is the satisfaction of helping you and your family realize your absolute must haves in one of the single largest purchases you will make.


I will:

-        Actively Listen to your needs

-        Research the marketplace, with an eye for creative alternatives

-        Establish trust – day 1.

-        Put your interest, first and foremost.

-        The goal is “ahhhh, this is the perfect home for us!”

-        Provide you with reputable lenders and title companies

-        Provide for a good buying experience, and

-        Hopefully be invited to visit after you and your family settle in 



 Buy A Home with Traci Miller


Texas Real Estate Commission Information About Brokerage Services

Texas Real Estate Commission Consumer Protection Notice


Frequently Asked Questions for Buyers

(Responses are general in nature and do not address all possible options available.  The buyer is urged to discuss all concerns with their agent or an attorney prior to making a decision)



How do I make sure that I get all the features I want?


-The simplest answer is to list your “must haves”, “wants” and “nice but not a deal breaker”

-Review your list and isolate those items that are not negotiable

- Take notes on each property separately. Positive and negative

- Also take pictures as a reminder of that property and tie them to your notes

- There is never a perfect fit.   You may also change your priorities during the process

   Be flexible   

-Choose that home that gives you the “aaaahhhh” factor


How do I know that my property is worth what I paid for it?


-Prior to listing a home, the listing agent will prepare a comparative market analysis.  This provides an estimate of what the seller may be willing to accept and what a buyer would be willing to pay.  The market value is also reinforced by responses in the marketplace. 

-Prior to extending a mortgage, the lender will also review the appraiser’s estimate of market value.  The lender does this to insure that the loan does not exceed the value of your home.

Notably, the estimated taxable value (assessed taxable value) is seldom reflective of market value.  They should be utilized only for the purpose of estimating tax liability.


What happens if an inspection of the home uncovers issues that did not appear on the Seller’s Disclosure?

-There are several options that you and your agent can discuss.  This should not preclude the purchase of the home you love.  You also have the option of withdrawing your offer within a specified amount of time.  It is important that you review the inspections and discuss any issues with your agent immediately,


Why should I have to prequalify for a loan if I haven’t even looked at any properties yet?

-Loan pre qualification gives you and your agent important information.  It helps your agent focus their search.  Often, people are surprised by the size of their prequalifying mortgage amount).  It allows them (for example: buy “more house”.  The size of down payment will also effect these calculations) to realistically view homes that are within their price point.


I heard that a lender can withdraw from the loan anytime even after I prequalify.  Is that true?

-Yes, the lender can decline to fund the mortgage during the underwriting process up to the point of time that they fund the transaction.  For example, buyers should avoid making large purchases.


Please feel free to contact me should you have specific questions or concerns! To find out more about buying your next home, click here

Updated Dec 5, 2016 1:48:am. Based on information from the North Texas Real Estate Information Systems, Inc. This information is provided for consumers' personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing.

Any home sales data appearing on this page is obtained from public record sources (or estimates, for non-disclosure states) as provided by OnBoard, LLC and does not comprise an appraisal or a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA). This information should not be used to replace a professional appraisal nor to determine the price of a particular property.