Jay Morrison


Jay Morrison

Las Cruces, NM

About Me

I had worked around the real estate industry for over 17 years before I decided to join the ranks and become a licensed REALTOR in 2019. In that time, I have gained a wide range of unique knowledge that allows me to provide my customers the highest quality of service and care throughout any real estate transaction. I am a U.S. Army Veteran and I served over for 8 years active before becoming medically separated. During my service, I learned discipline and way of life that has served me well in many different areas of my professional and personal life. I apply the many skills that I gained, while on active duty and since, to accomplish any task set before me regardless of time, day or season.

I believe that trust is the base of every relationship, and it is important to me to do everything possible to gain and maintain both your trust and confidence throughout your buying or selling process. I always fully commit to the needs of my customers and work tirelessly to help them reach their goals, using the most current and cutting-edge tools available in the real estate industry. At the end of the day, nothing is more important to me than your satisfaction.

My professional career since leaving the military has been varied, however every job or position I’ve held has built on the last giving me a wide range of knowledge and skills that are applicable to the real estate industry. I have worked in construction, state and county government inspection and enforcement positions, customer service, management positions including property management and maintenance. I have also been a business owner for many years, operating a home inspection company from 2005 through 2021 and, together with my wife, have been building our investment property portfolio.

Originally born in Carmel, CA, I was raised in Reno, NV until joining the U.S. Army in 1989 where I served as a Cavalry Scout. During my service, I lived in many places including Germany, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Fort Ord, CA and Fort Knox, KY until I was medically separated in 1997. In 2003 I moved to Las Cruces, NM and I have called this my home ever since. I love this part of the southwest and all it has to offer. I would not want to live anywhere else. The Mesilla Valley has the some of the most incredible history, culture and food in the region and I love sharing the things I have learned about and experienced in the time I have lived here.