Vaughn Miller Celebrates 27 Years in Real Estate
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Vaughn Miller Celebrates 27 Years in Real Estate
Vaughn Miller of Dallas, TX, is proud to celebrate his 27 years of extensive real estate experience focusing on commercial, retail, and mix-used properties. As the president and CEO of VCM Development Group, Vaughn Miller oversees the management of many major commercial projects throughout Dallas and the north Texas region. Throughout his 27 years in the industry, Vaughn Miller has completed the development of Little Elm Towne Crossing, Pepper Square Shopping Center, Valley View Market, and much more!

In Dallas, Vaughn Miller got his start in real estate when he decided to join his father at Vance C. Miller interests in 1986. During his first experience in the real estate world, Vaughn Miller of Dallas showed a knack and passion for the industry, allowing him to become the Vice President of the company. Vaughn Miller of Dallas headed the commercial brokerage operation and managed, marketed, and leased over 300,000 square feet of retail property.

Since then, Vaughn Miller of Dallas, TX, and his father have been a dynamic duo who have provided leasing and management for properties all throughout north TX. As the son of Dallas real estate legend Vance C. Miller, Vaughn Miller was able to learn industry insights, wisdom, and knowledge that kickstarted his career. At the age of 51, Vaughn Miller is proud of his real estate career and look forward to how it will continue to unfold.

When he isn’t focused on his responsibilities as President and CEO of VCM Development Group, Vaughn Miller of Dallas works with the philanthropic organization that he and his wife created: Prestonwood Polo Foundation. Vaughn Miller and his wife are able to raise money through polo events to benefit children and their families throughout the greater Dallas region. Vaughn Miller is thrilled to be able to give back to the community and hopes to do so for many years to come.
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