Debbie Miller Cohen, Broker

Baird & Warner

Baird & Warner broker Debbie Miller Cohen has represented buyers, sellers and renters on the North Shore and North Side for nine years, working with everyone from first-time homebuyers to those in the luxury market.

Miller Cohen graduated with a finance degree from the University of Illinois and spent several years trading options at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. She grew up on the North Shore, has lived in the city and raised a family in Deerfield. According to her, she entered real estate after selling her parents’ condo and thinking, “‘I love doing this!’ Fast forward a few months, and I was holding my first open house!” She prides herself on working in both Chicago and the suburbs, saying, “I can help my clients transition from the city to the shore and vice versa, leaning on my extensive knowledge and experience in both marketplaces.”

Friendly and enthusiastic but not pushy, Miller Cohen has an ability to connect with clients, giving them the confidence to trust her with one of the biggest financial decisions of their lives. “I like to explain the process, the finances and everything that goes into a real estate transaction,” she shares. “This way, the clients feel more comfortable, and there are fewer surprises.”

In 2020, Miller Cohen doubled her volume and production for the second year in a row and landed in Baird & Warner’s Founder’s Club. The North Shore-Barrington Board of Realtors recognized her for making the top 5% by residential sales volume overall. “I couldn’t have done that without the extensive training and tools available at Baird & Warner,” she says.

Miller Cohen is a member of the North Shore-Barrington Association of Realtors, Military on the Move and Luxury Portfolio International. Active in the community, she participated in a build for Habitat for Humanity and supports Good Will Works, Baird & Warner’s charitable arm. She enjoys spending time with friends and family, traveling and going to the theater and concerts.

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