PHONE | 509.994.0334

T Mike Miller is an Inland NW native who grew up by the campus of Eastern Washington University in Cheney. His interest in properties started at an early age; cleaning his family’s rentals after tenants attending college would vacate. Landscaping responsibilities and snow removal were also regular chores growing up.

Before graduation at Cheney High School, the US Army noticed Mike’s talent in music performance and was recruited into the band. He attended the Armed Forces School of Music in Norfolk, VA. He spent the next several years employed in the entertainment industry; including several contracts as a show band drummer with Carnival Cruise Lines.

After returning to the region, Mike enrolled in business classes at Spokane Falls Community College and began to develop a business model known as the Musicians’ Clubhouse. It incorporated rehearsal space for bands, music lessons, performances, and event management; all under one roof.

Mike currently works in both residential and commercial real estate with a focus in community development. In addition to his real estate and development work with 4 Degrees, Mike operates Spokane Drum School and is a committee member of First Night Spokane. He holds a BA in Business Management, with a minor in Economics from Eastern Washington University. Mike has 2 kids, Ashlyn 9 and Hugh 4.

His entertainment and property background, paired with an education in business and economics, has made him a sought-after broker.


915 W 2ND AVE, SPOKANE WA 99201

PHONE | 509.413.1956

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