Scott Miller's Listings
Prior to real estate, Scott was a Baltimore County Police Officer and served the citizens there honorably for nearly 4 years. Scott and his wife Carole have been married since March of 1978 which is when he received his real estate license. They have three children and eight grandchildren. He is past president of his community association and served on the parish council at his church. A recognized real estate expert in Maryland's District and Circuit Court's, he is active in local and state politics, often engaging local and national radio talk show hosts about issues that impact our daily lives.
Scott brought his son Steve, and daughter Lauren into his business and together their combined experience is nearly 54 years of helping buyers and sellers accomplish their goals regarding real estate. Our philosophy and practice are quite simple. “If its good for you it will be good for us. If it is not good for you, we won’t let you do it.”
Scott relaxes by either playing the piano or enjoying a quality cigar with good friends. After nearly 20 years of safe riding, Scott decided that it was time to sell his Harley Davidson. He and his friends often say they saw more of this nation on 2 wheels, than in 4.
Another interest is he has written many songs and recorded them at professional studios in Nashville. Scott signed a contract for one of his songs from a very prominent music publisher in Los Angeles who had hits for, among others, Kenny Rogers. Another song that he wrote received airplay on several commercial FM radio stations in Baltimore, and on hundreds of stations nationwide.
A former member of the Blue Knights, a motorcycle club of active, retired and former law enforcement officers, the chapter that Scott belonged to did charitable work for the Mount Washington Pediatric Hospital. He was a founding member and chaired the corporate fund-raising committee for the Ride Across Maryland. This was a motorcycle event founded by Dick Gelfman of WJZ TV. During the time that Scott served, The Ride Across Maryland raised nearly $400,000 locally for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation