Jonathan Miller

Real Estate Analyst

Jonathan Miller is a co-founder and President/CEO of Miller Samuel, a residential real estate appraisal firm and is co-founder and managing principal of Miller Cicero, a commercial appraisal firm. He has been appraising properties since 1986. Both appraisal firms cover the New York City metropolitan region.

Jonathan is an often quoted expert covering topics relating to US housing trends and property valuation.

Some distinctions awarded Mr. Miller include:
- Named "Best Online Real Estate Expert" by Money Magazine.
- Selected as one of the 100 Most Powerful People in Real Estate by The New York Observer.
- Recognized by Inman News as one of the top 25 most influential real estate bloggers in the U.S. and his blog, Matrix: Interpreting the real estate economy, was voted one of the top five U.S. real estate blogs.

He blogs Matrix: Interpreting the real estate economy, His most recent effort is a podcast covering all things housing called The Housing Helix Podcast where he interviews housing related experts with something interesting to share.

He is the author of a series of market reports considered the "report of record" that are relied on by the media, financial institutions and government agencies including the Federal Reserve, Internal Revenue Service, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the NYC Office of Management and Budget and others. Market report coverage includes, the New York City metro area such Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Long Island, The Hamptons, The North Fork, Westchester County and Putnam County as well as Washington, DC, Baltimore and Miami.

Mr. Miller serves on the New York City Mayor's Economic Advisory Panel representing the residential real estate sector and has participated in studies on valuation issues with academic institutions including New York University, Princeton University, Columbia University and Baruch College.

He is a well-regarded real estate commentator, covering US and regional housing issues in the media including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Reuters, CNBC, CNN, ABC, Fox and others.

Basically, he's interested in housing-related issues with an analytical bent and applies a dose of common sense.