Christine Miller Martin is pleased to be with Engel & Völkers, one of the world’s leading luxury real estate companies. She is an award-winning broker and a top producer. In 2014 and 2015, she was featured in AVENUE Magazine’s “Women in Real Estate” and “Brokers to the A-List.”
Christine joins Engel & Völkers as a member of the Private Office, the firm’s most prestigious client service network. Of the 6,000 Engel & Völkers advisors worldwide, she is one of fewer than 30 who holds this exclusive designation.
Clients and peers alike consider Christine an exceptionally intelligent, hardworking and knowledgeable broker who goes above and beyond to exceed expectations and ensure seamless real estate transactions. Her vast knowledge of buildings, boards and neighborhoods coupled with her keen negotiation and marketing skills have earned her the respect of and loyalty from her devoted clientele who can count on her absolute discretion.
The daughter of a diplomat, Christine speaks both French and Spanish and specializes in working with international buyers as well as high net worth individuals and families. Before her real estate career, she was a trusts and estates attorney at a distinguished New York law firm. With her legal background and New York City real estate experience, Christine is uniquely qualified to represent estates and specializes in this segment.
Christine is exceptionally engaged in the community, serving on the Advisory Council of The New York Landmarks Conservancy, the board of Neighborhood Coalition for Shelter, the board of El Museo del Barrio, the Visionary Circle of the 9/11 Memorial, the Membership Committee for Network 20/20 and the Planning Advisory Committee for Lighthouse International, as well as being a member of The Brazil-American Chamber of Commerce. She is also a regular contributor to StreetEasy.
In addition to having served on the board of her co-op building, Christine has been active with the alumni boards of Convent of the Sacred Heart, Middlesex School and Wellesley College. She graduated with honors from Wellesley College where she was nominated for a Rhodes Scholarship and Brooklyn Law School, where she was an editor of the Brooklyn Law Review and received the school’s distinguished Jack Weprin Real Estate Prize, awarded to students who have excelled in the area of real estate law.
A native and life-long resident of New York, Christine lives with her husband and daughter. They also spend time at their homes in Shelter Island, NY and Colombia, South America.