Tahlia Miller (left) was born and raised in East Hampton. During her high school career Tahlia played for a Junior National Volleyball Team, playing in the 2003 Jr. Olympic games in Salt Lake City, Utah. Tahlia continued her education at Rochester Institute of Technology, graduating with a BS in Nutrition Management in 2008. Upon returning home Tahlia utilized her degree in nutrition to grow her own personal training business throughout the Hamptons.
Clients appreciate Tahlia's active listening skills, attention to detail and ability to provide superior customer service. Becoming a Hamptons homeowner and landlord in 2014 deepened her understanding of buying, selling and renting in the Hamptons marketplace. In May of 2016 Tahlia joined the Barbara Weinman team covering customers' real estate needs from Westhampton Beach to Montauk. Expand your view of the Hamptons; we've got you covered.
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