Appraiser, Brokerage Office Management, Business Broker, Consultant, Corporate Real Estate, Development, Landlord Representation, Leasing, Property Management, Real Estate Investor, REO Acquisition, Tenant Representation
David F. Morley is President and Principal Broker of Morley Realty Ltd. and a CCIM professional specializing in the Bahamas market.
David F. Morley is the President and Principal Broker. He is a third generation Bahamian realtor following his father John R. Morley, one of the largest land developers in The Bahamas. David has been involved in almost every aspect of the real estate business since 1987, but found his particular skill set best utilized by specializing in commercial real estate services (sales, leasing, property management & appraising).
A graduate of Deerfield Academy, he furthered his education at Bucknell University in Pennsylvania, graduating in 1987. David Morley is the first and only realtor in The Bahamas to earn the coveted Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation from the Commercial Investment Real Estate Institute. This designation is awarded to certified professionals in commercial real estate brokerage, leasing, asset management, valuation and investment analysis. Together with his qualifications as a Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS), David provides financial analysis and modern investment strategies to help Bahamian and international clients make sound investment decisions about purchasing, selling, owning, leasing and managing commercial properties in The Bahamas.
David is a past President of the Bahamas Real Estate Association and served on the Board of Directors for ten years. He is also a Bahamas Real Estate Association approved appraiser, a Bahamas Government Approved Appraiser and is accepted and recognized by every lending institution in The Bahamas for commercial investment property appraisals.
During his time at university he represented the Bahamas in the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles, competing in the 200 and 100 backstroke events as well as the 200 individual medley race. He makes time to be a part of the swimming community today, with two of his three children being members on the national team. His oldest daughter has followed in his Olympic footsteps competing in the 2016 Summer Olympics as the first rower to represent the Bahamas. David enjoys fishing and boating, particularly in the Exumas.