Jill Eber boasts a remarkable portfolio of record sales, in both homes and condos throughout Miami Beach, Fisher Island, Star Island, South of Fifth, La Gorce Island, Indian Creek up to Golden Beach, Coral Gables and Coconut Grove. Her impressive roster of notable local, national and international clients include singer, songwriter, businesspeople duo Emilio and Gloria Estefan, singer-songwriter Julio Iglesias and retired NBA player Shaquille O’Neil. Raised in Miami Beach, Jill graduated from the University of Miami with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in theater, and began her career as a professional singer. She then launched a successful luxury real estate business and ultimately partnered with Jill Hertzberg to create The Jills® over 25 years ago.
Jill is incredibly passionate, persistent, caring and focused on her business, always striving to provide her clients with exceptional service and a wonderful buying or selling experience, while achieving the best possible results for them. Jill’s extraordinary in-depth knowledge of the market, high-level negotiating skills, marketing expertise and comprehensive understanding of all inventory. Her skill set, along with her partners, has helped build The Jills, Zeder Group into a globally recognized real estate brand.
Giving back is extremely important to Jill. She launched #TakeMeHomeTuesday pet adoption program, with the Humane Society of Greater Miami, in 2017. She is involved in many different charities including Wounded Warriors, Guardian Angels at Holtz Children’s Hospital at Jackson Memorial Hospital, The Jewish Federation, the United Way, and is JAFCO Godparent. She is a founder at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami. In addition, she supports the Humane Society, American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, and various other animal charities. The Jills played an integral role in Coldwell Banker’s national network/Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate’s October 2017 initiative to donate, ship, load, unload and sort supplies for victims of Hurricanes Irma and Maria.