Reba P. Miller

Reba P. Miller

Reba P. Miller

Senior Sales Executive, Associate Broker

Reba Miller has distinguished herself as a NYC stalwart with more than 39 years and over $1.5 billion in real estate sales throughout New York City. From the Upper East Side and Upper West Side and along the Gold Coast corridors of Park, Madison, and Fifth Avenues, The RP Miller Group has consistently provided a distinguished list of clients with “white glove” service. Having developed strong and continuing relationships with local, national, international, and celebrity clients, The RP Miller Group advises developers, investors, and buyers with insight and transparency that only years of experience can provide.

Reba was awarded the prestigious Henry Foster Award by The Real Estate Board of New York and has won both Best Sales Deal of the year award and Best Rental Deal of the Year awards. She has been featured in articles in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The Observer, Daily News, New York Post, Women’s Journal, and many other industry papers and is a sought-after expert in the New York Real estate market.

Reba’s many record-breaking sales include sales at 15 Central Park West, The Plaza, Walker Tower, and numerous development projects.

Reba sold 27 East 61st at a record-breaking $19,200,000, setting a new high for a 15-foot-wide building, as well as 46 East 61st representing prestigious jewelers and designers Loropiana and Graff as well as Texaco and Chevron. Importantly, Reba  has been the director of the sales/marketing arm for 23 buildings, converted condominiums, and cooperative buildings that include the famed Leonori at 26 East 63rd, 40 East 62nd, 44 East 67th, and 21 East 66th. She has sold and/or represented the Sponsor in other top residential towers including but certainly not limited to The Prime, Morgan Court, The Chatham, The Empire, The Carlton House, Stella Tower, The Seymour, The Beckford House, The Europa at 22 West 66th, a building that in 1995 Reba repositioned with the owner and sold out after it failed during its conversion to a condominium in the late 1980s.

Reba’s vast experience in new development and re-development includes 985 Park Avenue, where in partnership with Barbara Fox, 9 units sold at an average price of $6 million ($2,700/foot) in 2005. She successfully repositioned and rebranded 333 West 14th, the Prime Condominium, to an almost full sell-out in 2009 when the market was most challenging.

Reba is deeply involved in the real estate community and is a past Co-Chairman of The Board of Directors of the Real Estate Board of New York, was re-elected to serve on the 2024-2027 Ethics Committee (for the 4th time) and was a previous Co-Chair of the industry’s  Interim Forum. She also sat on the New Development Committee, Membership and Technology committees to help serve the real estate community. . During her tenure, Reba helped create a task force that implemented important changes to industry guidelines, specifically outlining new rules for co-exclusive agency agreements. Today, she continues to provide advice to her broker peers and volunteers her time teaching and participating in industry seminars and currently sits on our industry’s Ethics Committee.

Reba is an accomplished tennis player who won two bronze medals in the Pan American Maccabiah Games in Mexico City. She resides on the Upper East Side of Manhattan and is the proud mother of her remarkable son Shaun and Aunt to Michelle Miller, who is on the Team along with Caitlin Rembold who oversees the listing and marketing of the Team.


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