Trey Miller, the Senior Advisor at NAI Koella RM Moore’s Knoxville Office, has received the NAI Global Top Producer Award. Miller’s ranking puts him within the top 1.5% of brokers in the global network.  For the past 15 years, Miller has been a trusted commercial real estate resource to his clients in the hospitality, retail, tourism, and multifamily industries.

The NAI Global Top Producer Award recognizes the top producers from more than 300 offices located throughout North America, Latin America, Europe, Africa and Asia Pacific – and over 5,000 agents. The company currently manages more than 1 billion square feet of property.

“I am proud to serve my family, friends, and clients here in Sevier County,” Miller said. “It’s a special market that requires someone with a deep understanding of Sevier County and the local business and real estate market. I am completely Sevier County based and Sevier County focused.”

Since starting with NAI Koella RM Moore, Miller has closed transactions totaling more than $249 million. Miller was given the Elite Award (2012), Retail Broker of the Year (2015), Top Sales Broker (2015), and Diamond Award (2019 through 2022).

A Sevier County native, Miller graduated from the University of Tennessee Knoxville and earned a Master of Real Estate Development Degree from Clemson University. He is a graduate of Gatlinburg-Pitman High School.

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NAI Koella I RM Moore is a certified woman-owned & minority-owned organization of professionally trained brokers with international reach and local expertise in commercial real estate. Providing full-service commercial real estate brokerage support to middle and East Tennessee since 1983. ‘Full-service’ encompasses Property Management, Retail Sales and Leasing, Multifamily Properties, Office Sales and Leasing, Industrial and Land Sales and Leasing. We also provide consulting services with up-to-the-minute information on current availability, along with complete analyses of market conditions that are critical to design making processes.