Nycholl Miller

Making Them Feel at Home

There are always transitions for people when they make a big move, load up the truck, and find themselves in a brand new ZIP code and a fresh place to call home. In that process, it is essential to have someone there who knows the ropes and yet will ensure they don’t get tangled up in them.
That’s where Nycholl Miller comes into the picture.
Commitment in Action
As a REALTOR® with NOLA Living Realty, Nycholl takes what she does personally. It’s not just a job. It’s a commitment in action..
“The cool relationships I’ve had a chance to build come from all over the globe,” she smiles. 
“I’ve helped clients come from Japan, Germany, Cuba and South Korea. It’s fun hearing about their experiences overseas and then helping them through the process of finding their new home here.  A lot of my clients don’t see their house in person until I hand them the keys.”
Reliable Resource
Through that process, Nycholl emphasizes the importance of building solid bonds and helping her clients learn about the different neighborhoods and local resources that will make their quality of life and transition into the area as seamless as possible.
Nycholl’s husband, Carlos, is an active-duty member of the U.S. Navy. They moved to Louisiana in 2018. In the process, Nycholl had transferred with her prior job. Yet she was ready for something new professionally.
“I wanted more, but I was nervous going from a guaranteed paycheck to doing real estate with children. We talked and I said I wanted to try it and see how it went,” she remembers. 
“It has been phenomenal. I have a lot of friends here in Louisiana who were also military spouses, and being able to serve the military community and my business has been amazing.”
Transitioning Into the Business
Nycholl earned her license in February 2021 and began actively working in the business in July that year.
As she says, the world of real estate has proven to be an excellent match for her.
“I was a single mom for a long time. As part of that, I was always driven to do well for my daughters,” Nycholl says. “At a young age, I learned I needed to be the person who motivates me to always do better. That drive still helps me today in real estate because I set high goals for myself and being successful is important to me so I can give my kids a great life! I believe people see my passion and drive for what I do on their behalf and trust me fully when buying and selling.”
A Truly Fast Start
Nycholl spared little time in establishing herself in the business. 
In fact, during 2022, which was her first full year in real estate, she recorded an astounding total of 46 transactions, representing $13.1 million in sales volume. Along the way, she earned Rookie of the Year honors.
“My goal is to ensure that my clients are taken care of to the fullest in every transaction no matter the amount of time it takes. My clients being comfortable and excited for the home they are purchasing is most important to me which is why I believe my business continues to grow year over year.”
Special Family Moments
Family time is Nycholl’s favorite time. She looks forward to moments spent with Carlos and her children — Kynnedy, Kenzie and Jensen.
In her free time, Nycholl appreciates the chance to be able to support her children in their activities, including softball and volleyball. She and her family also look forward to weekend trips to the beach.
When it comes to giving back, Nycholl naturally gravitates toward her time supporting the needs of military personnel and their families.
“What I love about the military community is we’ve all been there with transfers … being able to help other families when they are coming in,” she emphasizes. “Having a strong community is very important and knowing you have people you can count on.”
Going the Distance
With caring, trustworthiness and patience, Nycholl Miller meets the needs of her clients. But that’s just the start. 
With her relentless approach to serving the best needs of her clients, Nycholl does one better than that … she helps them feel right at home. And that … is priceless.