About Luke Mori
Advancing real estate to new heights
Born and raised in Nelson BC, Luke has rapidly become one of Nelson’s top luxury real estate agents.
With nearly $10 million in sales in 2016 alone, he was in RE/MAX Western Canada’s Top 100 realtors for August 2016.
"Luke was outstanding to work with. He was always available to speak with, which was plenty since we were buying our first home, and handled all our needs with enthusiasm and professionalism. I can’t believe how lucky we were to have him as our real estate agent. He made an intimidating process so much easier on us. Top recommendation."
- Tyler Harper, successful home buyer, May 2016
He is also a leading REALTOR® in the area in the use of technology to enhance the selling process, such as aerial video tours for all his new listings.
"I had the pleasure of meeting Luke in July as I was putting an apartment with an age stipulation of over 55 in Nelson up for sale. My first thought was “He is young!” After talking to you, Luke, I decided to list with you. I am so happy I did. Selling an apartment to someone over 55, I thought may be a hardship for you. You worked hard to sell as you enjoy what you are doing and have knowledge of the area! You are also very pleasant to chat with! Thanks so much for the quick sale and closure of the apartment! I can now move on!"
- Lorraine Merwin, successful home seller
Most importantly, Luke has exceptionally high client satisfaction thanks to his honesty, integrity and unparalleled work ethic. Developing and maintaining an excellent relationship with all his clients is of the highest priority.
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6 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms
Offered at $2,400,000
7 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms
Offered at $1,750,000
4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
Offered at $1,175,000
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