Prince Rupert Real Estate

 

Whether you are buying or selling in Prince Rupert, Mike and Nikki will make you feel comfortable with the process right from the start.  They are a professional team who combine their strengths and skills so that you can achieve your real estate goals.

Their ‘Rupertite’ charm, attention to detail and extensive knowledge of the area are just some of the reasons that year after year, Mike continues to be a successful REALTOR® in Prince Rupert.

In 2016, Nikki became a licensed REALTOR® as well, allowing them to strengthen the services they can provide to their clients.

Buyers

Home Buyers

The home buying process can be an exciting yet daunting process. Whether you are a first time home buyer, relocating, investing, downsizing or upsizing in the Prince Rupert area, we can help!

Home Sellers

Home Sellers

Selling is more than just placing a sign on your front lawn. As local experts in Prince Rupert real estate, we will support and guide you through the selling process, while keeping you informed.

Commercial Real Estate

Commercial Real Estate

Looking to sell or purchase commercial property in Prince Rupert or Port Edward? We work hard to help both owners and buyers in commercial real estate obtain their selling and buying goals.

Meet Mike and Nikki.

 

Mike and Nikki Morse appreciate all that Prince Rupert has to offer and are always happy to call this town home.

If you are thinking of buying or selling a property in the Prince Rupert area, reach out to Mike and Nikki for honest and knowledgeable real estate services.

“We were both born and raised in Prince Rupert, and it’s where we have chosen to bring up our two kids, Jake and Kate. We love the amazing sense of community, friendly people, sunsets, fresh air, mountains, ocean, deer that roam the streets, lack of “rat race” traffic, fabulous restaurants, fresh seafood, performing arts centre, sports programs and … the list could go on!”

– Mike & Nikki Morse

Recent News

      mikemorse.ca September 2017 Issue

New crops transloading facility is aimed at meeting demand from Asia Source: Business in Vancouver Fairview Container Terminal in Prince Rupert will export ...
SHANNON LOUGH Source: The Northern View Following the death of Petronas’ Pacific NorthWest LNG project on Lelu Island in July the focus has shifted on where the other liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects ...

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The Port of Prince Rupert is celebrating 10 years of successfully connecting Western Canadian industries to international markets through the Fairview Container Terminal! Watch how lumber produced by our partners across northern British Columbia gets to Prince Rupert and shipped across the globe!

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