David Haller

Born and raised in Miami Beach, David Haller began his real estate career in 2007. After a rigorous yet eye-opening training experience, entering the world of real estate after the boom, David was ready to dive into the myriad of real estate opportunities in South Florida. David’s initial mentors, “The Jill’s" of Coldwell Banker, instilled in him the importance of persistence, perseverance and always showing up fabulous. Committed to going above and beyond for every client, David lives and works by the motto “Do it right or don’t do it at all.”

Working alongside his brother, Brett Haller, David formed The Haller Group, a record-breaking, full-service real estate team committed to providing remarkable sales, marketing and consulting services based on honesty, integrity and unparalleled knowledge of the South Florida luxury market. Over the years, the brothers’ impressive sales have garnered international attention in Bloomberg, CNN Money, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Robb Report and Forbes, to name a few. Offering expertise in residential sales, investment properties and preconstruction development sales, The Haller Group has earned a reputation for bringing twice the selling power, innovative marketing, extensive broker outreach and client service management to every relationship. Since 2006, The Haller Group has closed more than $800 Million in sales.

David and Brett haven’t just given themselves a name in the South Florida luxury real estate market—they have quite literally become the face of it. Through their progressive utilization of social media platforms, particularly Instagram, LinkedIn and Facebook, the Haller brothers have hyper-personalized the buying and selling experience. They consistently remain in the forefront of the client’s mind through strategic posting of stunning photos that portray both the properties they represent and the energy and lifestyle behind their globally recognized team.
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