Lease Consultant for the World's Largest Companies

Steve MillerSteve Miller is Managing Partner and founder of SiteLink International and heads
the Executive Committee.  Steve  more than 25 years experience helping corporate clients with their real estate operations in more than 350 markets across the United States and around the world.  He has always worked on the side of the tenant to reduce costs, improve leasehold rights, and secure the best spaces for his tenant clients.
Steve’s clients have included 24 Hour Fitness, Sears, Qwest, ConocoPhillips, Sprint, Cendant, Weight Watchers North America, the Unites States Postal Service, Hostess, ICG Communications, iFLOOR, Telseon IP Services, and @Link Networks.  Steve’s expertise in highly-specialized facility portfolios has been sought after by traditional national real estate companies such as CBRE, Coldwell Banker Commercial, Cushman and Wakefield, NAI, and the former Staubach and Trammell Crow Companies.
Steve Miller founded SiteLink International in 1998 to serve corporate clients with dynamic portfolios of highly-specialized facilities.  Prior to this, Steve was the President, Director, and a principal shareholder of NAI Moore Commercial Company; a position he held for six years.  Under Steve’s leadership, NAI Moore Commercial Company grew by more than 700 percent to achieve sales in excess of $200 Million annually, making it one of the largest commercial real estate firms in the Rocky Mountain region with real estate operations worldwide.  Coincidental with his departure in 1998, Moore Commercial Company was sold to NRT, Inc., to become part of the Coldwell Banker Company. 
Early in his career, Mr. Miller founded DRES, a commercial facilities advisory firm he owned and operated for seven years.  DRES represented such clients as US West, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Sprint, and the United States Department of Justice.  The firm was sold to Moore Commercial Company in 1991. 
Steve has also served as President of the Denver Metropolitan Commercial Association of Realtors (DMCAR), a 1,200 member trade organization; Chairman of the Denver International Airport Marketing Task Force; Member of NAI Advisory Board, a 3,500 member international commercial real estate network; and Director of the Colorado Association of Realtors, a 30,000 member trade organization.  At the national level, he has lectured for the National Association of Realtors on corporate real estate technology issues.  He has also lectured at the University of Colorado in Boulder.  In 1997 he was awarded the prestigious Commercial Realtor of the Year Award by the membership of the Denver Metropolitan Commercial Association of Realtors.  In 1996, Steve spearheaded and designed the nation’s first comprehensive Internet Protocol commercial real estate database for a major metropolitan market.  This was built and turned over to DMCAR and has been a profit generating asset for the organization since its inception.  He also helped form and develop the curriculum for the CEC program for DMCAR, an educational certificate program aimed at developing competence and integrity for commercial real estate practitioners.  Steve is presently a member of DMCAR; National Association of Realtors; CoreNet Global; and FIABCI, the 4,500-member international real estate federation based in Europe.

Steve has more than 25 years experience counseling corporate clients about their real estate needs.   Steve has handled thousands of lease and purchase transactions totaling more ten million square feet, valued in excess of one billion dollars.

His other accomplishments include serving as Chairman of the Denver International Airport Marketing Task Force, and receiving the President's Distinguished Service Award and the Chairman's Award for Excellence in International Transactions.

In addition to his professional activities, Steve has also helped organize and performed volunteer work for The American Cancer Society, the March of Dimes, the Salvation Army, the Muscular Dystrophy Association, Brokers for Battered Kids, and The Peak Challenge, an annual event in which all 52 of the 14,000+ feet mountain peaks in Colorado are climbed in one day to benefit the Griffith Center – a home for displaced children.  He also helped found and fund the Denver Realtor Foundation and was named in Who’s Who in Commercial Real Estate.

Steve and Nathan MillerMr. Miller was the primary driver in the design and development of Site IQ, SiteLink’s web-based portfolio administration application.   He is the author of The Applied Influence Method and the incoming Chair of the World Negotiators Organization.

Steve lives in Greenwood Village, CO, with his wife, Yvonne, and son, Nathan.

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