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Laura Miller

Delaware - Dover

20 E. Division Street,

Dover, DE 19901


About Laura

Laura Miller joins Embrace from D.R. Horton, where she worked in Sales and Marketing, and then as a Closing and Contracts Manager. Working in new construction helped her see all sides of the business, and she realized the lending side was her home. There she met an Embrace Branch Manager, who truly embodied the culture she was looking for — the perfect balance of business and family. Embrace also considers all homeowners during their different stages of life, from first-time homebuyers to vacation home buyers and retirees. And so she decided to join us, and her career really took off!

Laura was born and raised in Olney, Maryland and attended Salisbury University. She moved to the Maryland beaches in 2010 and now resides in Dagsboro, Delaware. She’s been married to her husband Shane for five years, and they have two beautiful children: Nixon, age 5; and Harper, age 2. They also have an energetic Chocolate Lab named Charley. Laura’s small town is always supporting a family in need, locally Children’s House by the Sea, a variety of disaster relief efforts, and their local SPCA. No matter your home buying needs, trust Laura to help you find the right financing.

“Change to Embrace”

My move to Embrace has been the perfect next step in my career path. Working with new construction, I met my now, Embrace Branch Manager, and learned that the company offered the ideal balance of business and family. Also, Embrace considers all homeowners during their different walks of life, from first-time buyers to vacation home buyers and retirees — the ideal way to make customers for life!

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