Merrill Morrison



Merrill, a seasoned Realtor with 3 years of experience, found inspiration to enter the real estate industry after a family member’s unfortunate encounter with a realtor several years ago. Determined to provide quality representation for friends and family during life-changing events, Merrill made it his mission to be a positive influence in the real estate world.

Partnering with City of Trees, Merrill was drawn to the prospect of focusing on buyers and contributing to the positive environment surrounding significant life events. His enthusiasm lies in sharing the excitement of others in the real estate process, making it his favorite aspect of the industry.

Merrill’s educational background includes attending local schools in Twin Falls and pursuing studies in law enforcement and emergency medicine in college. He later graduated from State and Federal law enforcement academies, where he served as an instructor for 17 years in the law enforcement program he attended.

His previous experience as a first responder and in law enforcement has been a valuable asset in his real estate career. Merrill appreciates the opportunity to remain involved with individuals on a personal and accountable level, having been deeply connected with people’s lives in his previous roles.

Merrill is the proud dad to four adult children, all of whom have chosen to start their own families in Idaho. He also was recently married and together, they look forward to serving the Spanish-speaking community.

Beyond real estate, Merrill enjoys playing disc golf and reliving outdoor memories through fishing. His wife’s newfound interest in the outdoors promises more camping and backpacking adventures in the near future.

Having lived in the community for over 40 years, Merrill appreciates the Magic Valley’s familiarity, describing it as a place that always feels like home. Actively involved in giving back to the community, Merrill has contributed to The Boy Scouts of America, worked as a wrestling coach, and provided specialized training to police departments throughout the state.